I'm looking for a good lahmacun, which is a Turkish pizza wrapped around tomatoes, onions, and parsley, when done right. They make great ones at Ali Baba on E. 34th in Manhattan, but I have yet to find a decent one in Brooklyn. Any suggestions?
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White Lightning Chicken Chili gets its name because it only takes 30 minutes from start to finish to get this one-dish meal to the table. Don't drain the chopped green chiles or navy beans. Serve chili with cornbread.
This is not your typical lasagna. It’s a much fresher, lighter, more produce-forward take on the classic—a bright-tasting mash-up between a tomato gratin and a lasagna that makes the most of peak-season tomatoes.
Milanese is Italian for "breaded and sautéed until golden," an easy (and fast) way to dress up sliced pork tenderloin. Top the pork with a creamy mushroom sauce and serve with a simple kale salad for a complete meal.
Korma is a mild, coconut milk–based curry, a great way to introduce more complex and fragrant spices to your cooking. Our plant-forward version is simple to prepare thanks to a few time-savvy supermarket finds, like prechopped onion.
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