Dark brown sugar is key and a dollop of mascarpone makes for superior tenderness. Walnuts optional but encouraged.
A small batch of fridge pickles made with regular old carrot, onion, and fennel will bring out your inner homesteader.
Seasoned like traditional tartare and punched up with extra acidity, earthy beets can taste (and look!) deliciously meaty.
This recipe for eggs en cocotte calls for a stovetop steaming method rather than an oven-baked one, which means you can sit down to brunch even faster.
Show off peak season citrus in this bright and tangy salad that makes a great counterpoint to some of winter’s dark, rich foods.
Slices of this bright and lemony greens-packed pilaf hold their shape once wrapped in a simple yogurt dough and baked until golden brown.
Umami lovers rejoice. This savory vegetarian mushroom galette recipe features mushrooms two ways: in a rich duxelles-style spread and scattered over the top.
The ideal starting point for soups, stews, risotto, and more—with a heavy hand of umami and deep, roasty flavors.
The famous lentil and rice dish is versatile and takes well to a number of grain and bean substitutions. Don’t skimp on the sizzled spiced onions.
Inspired by French onion soup, this pasta is deeply savory, relying on umami-rich miso to deliver flavor fast.
Dead simple and highly visual, this is a fun spin on the classic radish-and-butter pairing.
Make this spiced and savory take on the French classic as a dinner party side dish or weeknight vegetarian main.
This easy recipe for roasted sweet potatoes keeps the cooking and seasonings streamlined so you can dress them up however you wish.
A deeply comforting soup featuring the humble potato, made complete with a zippy pickled pepper garnish.
Make this easy recipe for tostones for any get-together. The twice-fried plantains with creamy, spicy cilantro dipping sauce is the ultimate party flex.
The prep work for this recipe for homemade mozzarella sticks can be done in advance; plus the cook time’s short, making them great for game day—or anytime.
This manicotti recipe is made with crepes instead of dried pasta, for a result that's both delicate and hardy.
This recipe makes a bright condiment for your Thanksgiving or Christmas table, but it's also a delicious, zesty topping for a breakfast of steel-cut oats.
With a top coat of melted butter and a sprinkling of sea salt, these yeast rolls are trophy-worthy.
These deeply caramelized, tender, flavorful sprouts get coated in a simple, sweet-savory sauce and couldn’t be easier to throw together.
Parsnips are underappreciated—and so, so delicious. This four-ingredient side is as easy as it gets and highlights the essence of parsnip-ness.
Inspired by coconut-based mithai, these irresistible baked cake doughnuts have a plush, lightly spiced crumb and a sweet glaze, all thanks to coconut milk.
Level up your solo dinner game with this dead simple, spice-packed glorified omelet for one—just don’t forget the ketchup.