Chef Hiro Sone (Terra, Ame) visits Chef Greg Dunmore's restaurant Nojo in San Francisco to eat two of his favorite skewers: chicken skin and tsukune, a juicy, hand-chopped chicken meatball.
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***SADNESS UPDATE: Nojo is no mo’, much to our collective dismay. Godspeed, temple of skewers. Silver lining: Dunmore will join the AP Company (who purchased Nojo) as their corporate chef.
The zucchini noodles don't require cooking—they'll add freshness and crunch to the finished dish. Make the sauce while the tofu cooks and have the other vegetables at the ready so you can toss and serve immediately.
This meal shows off the sheet pan at its most versatile: The protein, starch, vegetable, and pan sauce all cook to perfection in the same pan. Look for a large apple so the slices retain some texture after roasting.
This foolproof Instant Pot method yields perfectly cooked spaghetti squash in a fraction of the time needed to cook it in the oven. Cutting the squash crosswise actually makes for longer strands of squash, which simulates actual spaghetti noodles.