Our 23 Best Rhubarb Recipes
Whether you're in the mood for a crostata, jam, or a crisp or crumble, these rhubarb recipes offer all kinds of tasty ways to cook with the spring vegetable. Rhubarb's vibrant color is matched by a deeply tart flavor that works well in sweet recipes, like Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake with Orange Zest and Old-Fashioned Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp, as well as savory recipes like Petite Leg of Lamb with Pickled Rhubarb Salsa. You can use rhubarb in drinks, too, such as this stunning Grilled Strawberry-Rhubarb Sangria. Sound good? Keep reading to find these and more of our best rhubarb recipes.
Chef, cookbook author, restaurateur, and Chopped judge Maneet Chauhan is one of our favorite food personalities. Her recipes draw inspiration from her childhood, especially memories of eating regional street food throughout India, and we've rounded up 11 delicious ones here, showcasing the broad range of sweet, salty, bitter, crunchy, and hot flavors that make her food so popular. These colorful recipes include Buttermilk-Marinated Quail with Herbed Raita and Blood Oranges, a Ros Omelet (Omelet with Tomato Gravy), and Strawberry-Rhubarb Chaat. Read on for these recipes, and more dishes from Chauhan to add to your repertoire.
Ham is a classic choice for Easter, whether it's the anchor of your brunch spread or the main event at dinner. So we've gathered some of our best Easter ham recipes for your menu, from glazed hams to brined fresh ham. Impress your guests with this show-stopping Saba-and-Dijon-Glazed Easter Ham, a simple but flavorful Apple Cider Glazed Ham, or a Pomegranate-Jalapeño-Glazed Ham that pairs perfectly with a rich red Rhône blend. Want to use ham steaks instead? Try serving them with a Sweet Pea-Leek Pan Sauce for a quick, springy dish. Whichever preparation you choose, you'll have a satisfying holiday meal. Read on for even more of our best Easter ham recipes.
An event as glamorous as the Academy Awards deserves equally elegant food. In this roundup, you'll find all the recipes you need to throw an epic Oscars viewing party. We recommend starting with an ice-cold Frozen Martini to set the mood and then moving on to a hearty selection of passed appetizers, like Caviar-Topped Deviled Eggs and Oysters Rockefeller. Add a few desserts like individual Orange-Cardamom Butter Cakes with Rose Water Icing and Champagne Jellies to toast the big wins, and you're all set. Read on for the full spread.
18 of Our Favorite Sweet Snacks
Do sweet snacks like rich puddings and decadent cakes call your name in the middle of the night? Are crispy shortbread cookies on your mind for a midday snack attack? Level up your sweet snack game by making dessert treats to satisfy your sweet tooth. We rounded up our favorite sweet snacks for midnight feasters, afternoon snackers, and dessert-time lovers. Check out recipes like thick and velvety Ravo pudding, rich and creamy Chocolate-Buttermilk Snack Cakes, and buttery, nutty Salted Tahini-Chocolate Shortbread. Read on for these dessert snack recipes and more.
Whether they are salty, crunchy, chewy, creamy or sweet, the best snacks start with the best snack recipes. The Food & Wine editors rounded up their favorite snack recipes, ranging from creamy dips to bite-sized morsels and crunchy mixes. These nibbles can help you bridge the gap between meals, make excellent kitchen snacks or appetizers, or stand in as an entire meal. Whip up Fancy Clam Dip in no time at all, satisfy a sweet tooth with Salted Caramel Brownies or get crunchy with Chivda. Read on for those recipes, and to check out more of our best snack recipes.
Quick and simple with a little flair, we've rounded up our favorite snacks that can dress to impress but are easy to make at a moment's notice. Ranging from a satisfying Smoked Salmon Smørrebrød to a crunchy Popcorn with Sesame-Glazed Pistachios and buttery, spicy Buffalo-Style Snack Mix, these delicious recipes are perfect for any snack situation. Serve them at parties, take them on the go, or enjoy them for movie night or game day. Read on for more fancy snack recipes you can make for any occasion (or no occasion at all).
For Persians all around the world, the first day of spring is the beginning of Nowruz. The celebration, also called Norooz, lasts for 13 days, and also marks the beginning of the Persian New Year. Every year, families gather to observe rituals and share an epic feast that's as richly symbolic as it is a delicious centerpiece for the holiday. Sweets like Pistachio-Rose Brittle or Bastani Irani (Rosewater-and-Saffron Ice Cream), and savory dishes such as the traditional Sabzi Polo (Herbed Rice) or something new like Pomegranate-Glazed Salmon with Oranges, Olives, and Herbs may grace the table. Read on for these recipes and more to commemorate the holiday.
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