Happily, DeLallo produces a whole line of gluten-free pastas, including this classic, tiny shape. Simply sauté a little shallot, toast your rice and orzo, pour a combo of broth and water over top and cook just like regular ol’ steamed rice. And voila, you’ve got homemade pilaf on the table in just about the same time it takes to cook up the stuff from a box!Continue Reading »
Alright, I’ll say it: these tacos are out of this world. But it’s Tikka Tikka Taco with their awesome spice kits and terrific menu who deserves the credit. If you caught season four of The Great Food Truck Race, these tacos will look very familiar. I won’t spoil the ending, but I will say that you’ll see the guys behind the truck whipping up a ton of orders throughout the show.Continue Reading »
Across between fresh naan and pita, you’ll want to double this flatbread recipe to have rounds on hand at all times. Bake up a big batch then reheat pieces as needed before using them to swipe up your favorite infused oil, dip or curry, or stuffing them with your favorite fillings.Continue Reading »
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Winter Summer is coming, and so gin and tonic season will soon be upon us! I’m guessing some of you could use a taste of warmer months — given the winter that just. won’t. end. — sipping on a batch of these will surely do the trick. And if gin isn’t your jam, perhaps The Blue Hawaii is the way to go?
Who knew that re-creating Quaker’s classic chewy granola bars could be so simple? Not me, or you better believe I would have whipped up a batch much, much sooner! No baking required, we’re talking maybe ten minutes of prep, plus a bit of chilling, before you’ll be nibbling away at these tasty, peanut-butter-chip-studded snacks.Continue Reading »