Nutritional Analysis per serving (5 servings)Powered by
Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox
Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.
This savory, slightly tart, and spicy tomatillo sauce is simple and beautifully versatile. Use it to sauce chilaquiles, enchiladas, grilled fish, or otherwise plain old broiled chicken breasts.
Adapted from Rick Bayless
1Bring a large pot of water to a boil and drop in the husked tomatillos. Cook, adjusting the heat so the water remains at a steady simmer, until the tomatillos are tender, about 12 to 15 minutes. Drain and transfer to the blender along with the chiles, cilantro, onion, and garlic. Blend the ingredients to form a slightly rough-textured purée.
2Warm the vegetable oil in a large skillet or nonstick frying pan over medium-high heat. Add the purée, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon as it comes to a boil. Let it cook until it thickens slightly, about 5 minutes.
3Add the broth and salt and bring the tomatillo purée back to a boil. Lower the heat to maintain a steady simmer and cook until the sauce has thickened, about 10 minutes. Taste and season with additional salt if necessary.
In this episode of Chow-to, Guillermo visits a Greenwich Village institution for all things English, Tea and Sympathy. He meets with Nicky Perry (owner and founder) to learn her family’s easy recipe for beef shepherd’s pie (which technically in modern British English is a cottage pie). No matter what you call it, this quarantine-friendly comfort dish uses some ingredients you probably already have in your pantry, and will make you feel cozy all year round. This is an excellent way to make something delicious and inexpensive (you only need ground meat, potatoes, carrots and frozen peas!) that will last for a couple of days, making it perfect for cooking during lockdown.
Senior video producer Guillermo Riveros is cooking up Colombian dishes while social distancing as a way to find comfort during these difficult times through dishes that remind him of his family and home. Here he shows us how to make an extra cheesy version of traditional white arepas and a super easy sauce to eat them with called hogao.
In this episode of Kitchen Essentials, we visit chef Matt Hyland, at his celebrated pizza restaurant Emmy Squared in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The specialty at Emmy is Detroit-Style pizza, so Matt talks us through his essential tools to make these pies. We start with the squared pan that has roots in the automotive industry, followed by the flat-bottom ladle he uses to create stripes with the sauce. We then look at the clamp the chef uses to bring the pizza out of the oven, finish with his trusty pizza cutter, and a cooling rack, essential for keeping the pies crunchy.
Whether you’re looking for plant-based alternatives to replace conventional chicken or just want to eat a little healthier once in a while, these baked vegan cauliflower bites are incredibly crunchy and delicious—and way better for you than deep-fried poultry (but you’ll never miss the real-thing wings).
A triple dredge in flour, a chia egg, and a spiced corn flake cereal coating means these bake to crunchy perfection on a sheet pan. The tangy vegan buffalo sauce adds another layer of deliciousness. Serve with our Vegan Blue Cheese Sauce for dipping! And don’t forget the celery. Vegan Buffalo Cauliflower Recipe and Vegan Blue Cheese Sauce Recipe
Brining and roasting a turkey can sound like a monumental undertaking. But it can actually be pretty easy, and makes for a memorable meal if you use our delicious Easy Brined Roasted Turkey recipe. Follow along with Amy Wisniewski as she makes this Thanksgiving turkey in our simple video recipe. And see our Ultimate Guide to Thanksgiving for everything else you need to know.
Canned sardines rarely get their due. They’re convenient, sustainable, and healthy — and when used correctly, delicious! Guillermo visited Chef George Mendes at his Michelin Star Restaurant Aldea for a lesson in how to elevate these under-appreciated fish. Watch and learn as he creates an easy yet sophisticated dish that celebrates his mother's home cooking and his Portuguese heritage.