Eggplant is great, but you can also grill (or roast) green beans, zucchini, beets, mushrooms, or any lingering veg you have in the house. Swap the white wine… with red wine or dry vermouth, or skip it entirely and use just a splash of white wine vinegar instead. Swap the kabocha… with any hard squash, such as butternut or delicata, or use sliced cauliflower, or thick carrot or parsnip coins. Cook some meat (optional)… While the potatoes roast or steam, cook about 1 pound of ground meat (chicken, lamb, pork, etc.) You can also use halloumi, queso blanco, queso fresco, or another non-melting cheese. Crisp some ground meat in a pan or poach and shred a chicken breast and sprinkle it over the top. Whisk together egg, sour cream, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, cayenne, and salt in a large bowl, then stir in scallion, cooked vegetables, and 1/4 cup saltine crumbs. We’re all staying home, but spring is still happening outside. Toasted nuts or coconut flakes are a great way to add texture. Alike afore the uptick of quarantine-inspired aliment bakers, I tiptoed aback into abrasion and abstraction the slow-rising loaves afterwards acceptable time had anesthetized for me to get over aback killing the amateur I’d accomplished years prior. It's lengthy with so many great suggestions for recipes to try. Swap the cheese… for any other melting cheese, such as shredded cheddar or mozzarella. After removing the potato and onion from the pan, add a few tablespoons of oil back to the skillet and sauté ½ pound of ground meat along with whatever vegetable swaps you might be using, then pour off any grease and pour the eggs, potato, and onion over the mix. Gently stir in crabmeat, then form into 4 cakes (2 1/2 to 3 inches in diameter). Make it vegetarian… Simple, just leave out the meat and add more vegetables. Make it vegetarian… Slice planks of extra-firm tofu and dry them really well before adding to the pan in place of the chicken. Try using this method. I make this using Honey & Cos recipe from their cookbook, but Epicurious has a pretty similar version. It's one of our favorite quick breads to have around the house for breakfast—and mid-day nibbling. Or skip the greens entirely, substituting another ½-pound of vegetables. Roast them, chop them, and put them in. You’ll want to add some flavor to the tofu, though, so use the sauce and cooking method here. Swap the vermicelli… for any long noodle: fettuccine, spaghetti, soba, ramen, etc. You could also use chickpea flour, rice flour, or whole wheat flour if you don’t have all-purpose. Add an (optional) cured meat or fish… prosciutto, mortadella, and other charcuterie are lovely here, as are smoked salmon, lox, marinated or oil-packed anchovies, or flakes of smoked trout. (Yes, even those plant-based sausages.). In these simple recipes, that dream comes true. Top the potatoes… with any cooked bean or legume, any cooked grain such as farro, barley, quinoa, or rice, and almost any cooked vegetable: sautéed greens, crispy mushrooms (see this recipe for inspiration), burst cherry tomatoes, caramelized onions, etc. If none of those are around, grab any spices that’ll make it feel like pizza to you. We start this round of Cooking Through It with seafood, picked up fresh from the fish counter or pulled from your freezer stash. After sautéing some aromatics, you’ll pour a can of tomato soup into the skillet, along with some canned diced tomatoes, chipotle sauce, and lime juice, and then just go right ahead and dump a whole bag of tortilla chips in with it. This recipe is really the ultimate: nutty, sweet, and supremely moist. Add ons… canned artichoke hearts, coins or crumbles of cooked sausage, sautéed mushrooms, sliced olives, strips of prosciutto or salami. So Cooking Through It is less of a plan and more of a framework for what and how to cook. Pork chops are another great option—you’ll want to slice them thinly after poaching since they won’t really shred. Swap the tomato sauce… for any canned tomato product, including crushed, chopped or whole tomatoes that you mash up with a wooden spoon. Add vegetables… such as cherry tomatoes, roasted squash, and wilted or fresh greens. All of the tricks and tools I lean on to get through COOK90 are coming into play now. Yes, even white distilled. Making it feels like you’re probably doing something wrong, but the finished spicy, crunchy, rich, and saucy casserole is oh so right. Swap the carrots… for any hearty vegetable you have on hand: celery, cauliflower, turnips, parsnips, radish, or broccoli. Of course you could also pick up some pre-made dough from the store or your local pizza joint, if they’re non-contact selling that kind of thing. Green Seasoning Baked Cod. Roast them in a big batch (you can use leftovers for breakfasts, lunches, and dinners down the line) or steam them according to the master recipe. The recipe suggests avocado, queso fresco, and cilantro, but you can add sliced black olives, sour cream, a different kind of cheese like shredded Monterey jack or cheddar, pickled peppers, pickled red onions, or anything else you might like on nachos. You could also sauté ½ pound of ground meat if your extra cooked protein was co-opted in a last minute lunch frenzy. If you plan on turning this into tacos, shredded cabbage is another contender for added freshness. After that, you can top them with almost anything. Perhaps it goes without saying, but different brands of these things can have varying heat levels, so proceed with caution if you’re unfamiliar or your family doesn’t love spice—you can always add more hot sauce to the finished dish. But you can swap in cooked vegetables such as crispy roasted kale, sautéed or roasted mushrooms, roasted cherry tomatoes, roasted or steamed cauliflower, blanched asparagus, and/or roasted peppers. Master recipe: Spinach and Feta Cooked Like Saag Paneer. Eat half with sauce tonight, and pour the other half into a rectangular storage container and stash in the fridge to make into crispy-edged “croutons” on Day 4. Swap the spices… for dried herbs such as thyme, mint, oregano, or a blend such as herbs de Provence. Parsley, mint, tarragon, and/or cilantro can stand in for the basil. Swap the lettuces… for endive, butter lettuce, Little Gem, or more crunchy shaved vegetables. Swap the citrus juices… with 1 ¼ cup of any liquid you like: cider, white wine, beer, soda, broth, or simply water. Get comfort and your daily dose of vitamins with salad pasta (not to be confused with pasta salad). Whatever you choose, poach 1½ to 2 pounds more than the recipe calls for and store the extra shredded or sliced protein for Day 6. Swap the spinach… with any hearty green. Added capers to butter before placing sauce over sole. Swap the garlic… for more onions, shallots, or 1 teaspoon garlic powder. Pickle juice works here, too. Swap the kale… with any type of hearty green: chard, collard, or mustard greens, broccolini, etc. Or skip the chicken and use a boneless turkey breast, duck breast, or skinless fish fillets. In fact, this recipe was developed with our favorite chickpea pasta in mind. Master recipe: Sausage and Greens Sheet-Pan Dinner, A hot oven, a sheet pan, some sausage, and some vegetables—that’s all you need tonight. Click here for the grocery list. Or go the Caprese route: slice a few balls of fresh mozzarella into rounds and toss grilled or roasted veg on top. To revisit this article, select My⁠ ⁠Account, then View saved stories. Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes. Note: The Epicurious editors started cooking through this round on April 13th, 2020 and completed it on April 22nd, 2020. Great choices include parsnips, fennel, and turnips. Use some in the spice rub. You can also roast some tofu and add that to the sautéed veg at the last minute. Master recipe: Butternut Squash and Chorizo Hash. If you have a liquid starter, just swap in up to 2½ cups discard for the flour and milk in the recipe (this makes 8 pancakes). Not into seafood? Swap the garlic… If you’re out of garlic, just omit it. For each day there’s an easy “master recipe” to follow, followed by all the ways you can change that recipe to suit what’s in your pantry and fridge. Swap the toppings… Mayo, bonito flakes, Tonkatsu sauce, and nori are great for topping this dish, as are gomasio (a mix of sesame seeds and dried garlic) or furikake. Swap the brown sugar… for dark brown sugar, white sugar, honey, agave, maple syrup, or apricot or plum jam. Potatoes—we’re partial to sweet potatoes—are the most delicious blank canvas in your kitchen. They stretch back to 1965. Swap the feta… with paneer? Oct 27 Lacinto Kale Salad with Persimmon, Pomegranate, and Honey-Cumin Dressing Grace Cheung. Arrange the potatoes on individual plates and top them like you would nachos.). You can also add sliced scallions, toasted sesame seeds, crumbled bacon, pickled ginger, avocado slices, tahini sauce, chile crisp, Crunchy Spice Oil, Japanese barbecue sauce, or any other toppings that sound good to you. Swap the spices… with a teaspoon or two of mixed spices such as ground cumin, turmeric, ginger, fennel seed, fenugreek, asafetida, smoked paprika, and/or almost any spice blend you have in your cabinet. Swap the chicken… with the chicken (or other protein) you poached on Day 3. 1 ½ pounds of large white beans such as limas or gigantes, throwing the spices right into the cooking liquid. Add ons… If you’re one of the millions making sourdough right now, this broth is ideal for dunking. It’s a 10-day program that provides inspiration and recipes, and gives us a way to cook together, just like COOK90 does. Swap the red wine… for white wine, vermouth, Sherry, stock, or—don’t be shocked—pickle juice (especially if you have some pickled peppers). Use a neutral oil or olive oil and a dash of toasted sesame seeds if you’ve got those around. Swap the butternut… for kabocha squash, delicata squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, zucchini, turnips, or 2 cans of rinsed and drained chickpeas. Do you have more? Swap the lentils… with brown or black lentils. Swap the grape tomatoes... for cherry tomatoes or quartered plum tomatoes. But to encourage a little community, the Epicurious editors and I started cooking from this plan on Wednesday, April 1st; we'll start round three of Cooking Through It (see the plan below) on Monday, April 27th. Skinless fillets are ideal, but hey, a non-crisp fish skin won’t kill you. Delicious wacky cake is an assertive and out-of-type dessert. Whisk together yolks, sugar, and a pinch of salt in a metal bowl until combined well, then add hot cream in a slow stream, whisking until combined. Swap the garlic… for extra onion or 1½ teaspoons garlic powder. Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes. Is squash out of the picture? Make it vegetarian: Scallops are out; tofu is in. Add ons… this dish is great with crusty bread, but you could also grab a piece of naan or another flatbread to scoop up the saucy beans and ‘chokes. Hopefully you haven’t finished it yet, because we’re going to lean on it one more time for an almost vegetarian Bolognese. Master recipe: Pantry Salad With Polenta Croutons. That means this dish is an ideal contender for making any necessary substitutions (including for the chicken). Add a sauce… Use the master recipe for grilled cabbage to make the pancetta vinaigrette with bacon, salami, or any other cured meat you have on hand. For red pepper flakes, swap in any chile flake you like. Swap the cheese… with vegan cheese. Recipes, advice, and stories for cooking in a chaotic time from Epicurious. Swap the vinegar… for any vinegar or fresh citrus juice you have on hand. In this installment, we’ve got safer-at-home birthday budino, black bean breakfast tostadas, grain bowls with my favorite quarantine protein, salmon on the grill and tortilla soup. If you’ve got pasta and a tin of seafood, you’ve got the makings of the ultimate pantry pasta. You can also eat this without any carbs at all, but who wants to do that? in 2 tablespoons oil in a large skillet over medium-high. Officially we call it “Sheet-Pan Chicken with Tomatoes and Mozzarella,” but how we really refer to this recipe is “pizza chicken.” Of course, when it comes to pizza, everyone has their own favorite toppings. Swap the sesame oil… for unfiltered pumpkin seed or sunflower seed oil if you happen to have them. You can also throw in crumbled tofu or seitan, or add some cooked, chopped greens. Master recipe: Slow-Cooker Chipotle-Orange Pork Tacos. What you want is something with a little sweetness, a little acidity, and a lot of flavor. Find Lard ideas, recipes & cooking techniques for all levels from Bon Appétit, where food and culture meet. Add some meat (optional): Have some ground meat (lamb, pork, turkey, chicken, fresh sausage, whatever) you want to use up? Add a few slices along with your cheese. Keep in mind that homemade dough takes time to rise, so depending on the recipe you choose, you may need to make it a day early. You can also use sweet potatoes, diced winter squash, cauliflower, or a can of rinsed and drained chickpeas. You may even want to grill extra vegetables now so you can have them ready for the rest of the week (one head of cabbage will make about eight servings). Make it vegetarian… by simply leaving the bacon out. Swap the red peppers… for jarred roasted peppers or quartered artichoke hearts. Chop vegetables into ½-inch pieces where applicable, and stir in just before serving. Click here for the grocery list. Or go a little softer with mayonnaise, tahini, almond butter, miso, tomato paste, or Greek yogurt. This recipe was written with Mexican flavors in mind, and dried chilies, coriander, and/or oregano will keep you in that camp. Try to resist drizzling the oil over everything else you eat this week—we’ll need at least 4 tablespoons again on Day 9. Swap the oregano… Dried marjoram is an easy substitute for oregano, but you could also use thyme (dried or fresh), dried rosemary, or dried parsley. If you want to go saucy, grab a jar of marinara; or, go rogue with canned pumpkin, make romesco with jarred red peppers, or throw together a quick pesto with whatever greens or herbs you have on hand. Make it vegetarian… Swap the cured meat for more of those crispy white beans or lentils mentioned above. From simple snacks to special sides to memorable meals, there are so many ways to serve and savor fruits and vegetables every day. Master recipe: Braised Celery With Garlic and Marinated French Lentils. Swap the ground turmeric… for twice the amount of finely grated fresh turmeric or—since this is there mostly for the color (and a bit of earthy flavor)—you can steep a few threads of saffron in water and add that to the mix instead. Another option: use ground meat to make Italian-spiced meatballs, and place them (uncooked) right on the sheet pan. Swap the beans… for any other bean (kidney, chickpeas, etc. Scroll to the bottom of this page. Or, if you want to get started a little earlier in the day, opt for slow-braised pork shoulder. (Bonus: this recipe uses up any and all odds and ends in the fridge.). Joe the Baker. I chop the cauliflower before roasting it for a more even bake. Master recipes: Cheesy Hand Pies and Shaved Vegetable Salad. ), Master recipe: Spaghetti with Tuna, Tomatoes, and Olives. Whisking ricotta with a little salt and olive oil makes it light and airy, an ideal bed for grilled or roasted vegetables. Ad Choices, Epi's Cook-With-What-You've-Got Recipe Finder. Master recipe: Shrimp Poached in Coconut Milk with Fresh Herbs. We’ll be showing our cooking on Instagram, at @epicurious and also our individual feeds: @davidtamarkin, @acstockwell, @pithzester, @emnanjohnson, @spena, @tiffyhop, @lejosef, @kendrakendrakendra, @travis.rainey, etc. Swap the cabbage, scallions, and peppers… for any thinly sliced, shredded, or cooked vegetables you have. Add an egg (optional)… because you can never go wrong with a hard-boiled egg. You can also make this dish with roasted red peppers, zucchini or yellow squash cut into large pieces, canned ackee, sliced hearts of palm, or even large torn meaty olives. If you have a grill, this is an optimal time to use it. Swap the vegetables… for any crisp veg you have: cauliflower, radishes, fennel, cucumber, beets, celery, carrots, turnips, daikon—and feel free to mix ‘em up! * Add pumpkin puree - beat another 2 minutes, until smooth. (Softer greens like chard, spinach, and arugula won’t hold up to the heat in the oven.) Add raw veg such as sliced radishes, avocado, or slaw. You can even make fresh chorizo with ground meat, plus garlic and chipotles in adobo. Epicurious. Swap the cumin… for a teaspoon of any spice you’ve got. Swap the radicchio… for half a head of escarole, 2 or 3 endive spears, 2 cups of massaged kale, or extra arugula. Make-Ahead Crispy Chicken Cutlets from Epicurious. If you’re cooking ground meat, these vegetables can be thrown in the pan with it, to be cooked all at the same time. For that matter, any kind of chutney is a great addition. In your free time scan instagram. Swap the polenta… for grits; or make risotto and spoon ragu over that instead. We’re isolated, but we’re all cooking, and experiencing all the things that come with it. Swap the Seedy Power Sprinkle… with 1 cup of chopped nuts or toasted breadcrumbs, or a handful of sesame seeds. Swap the ginger… for fresh turmeric or 1 teaspoon of dried ginger plus a squeeze of lemon or lime juice. Swap the slow cooker… with a Dutch oven, and slow-roast in your oven at 300°F until the meat is fall-apart tender, about 6 hours. But now that we’re here, it’s déjà vu. Grab some of that sourdough you’ve been making (or any other bread) and turn it into classic croutons. How to assemble: * Preheat oven. Make it vegetarian… Sauté some mushrooms along with the leeks or onions, then swap the clam juice for veg stock or use water and a dash of miso to make the broth super flavorful. Swap the milk… for buttermilk, alt milk such as oat, cashew, almond, or rice (you can even make your own). Cooking Through It: A (Very Flexible) Meal ... - Epicurious This recipe comes from Epi contributor Priya Krishna, whose cookbook Indian-ish is an easy favorite of ours. Need it faster? Swap the sambal oelek… for sriracha, piri piri hot sauce, harissa, gochujang, 2 teaspoons chili powder, or ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper. Hard squash works too, as well as cauliflower, fennel, and celery. Swap the potato… with a sweet potato, zucchini, 1 to 2 cups of cooked pasta, rice, or another grain, a 14-ounce can of rinsed and drained chickpeas, or a handful of any cooked vegetable you’re trying to use up. Bring the season indoors with this lighter take on seafood chowder. The master recipe suggests quick-cooking scallops, but the same method works for peeled shrimp. Every week we bring you recipe ideas for weeknight suppers, simple lunches, baking projects and freezer meals. ), a handful of arugula or baby spinach, or just leave them out. This collection of cooking ideas is here for you to use however you like. Squeeze it dry, tear it into pieces, and rub it with oil and spices. Find Masa ideas, recipes & cooking techniques for all levels from Bon Appétit, where food and culture meet. Swap the Italian sausage... with any type of fresh sausage, including plant-based sausages. We know that you all are having some hard times because of lockdowns and self-quarantine. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. If you like your batter puffier, don’t change a thing. Break up into pieces with a spatula and continue to cook, stirring occasionally, until the meat is cooked through, anywhere between 5 and 10 minutes. Remember that polenta you stashed on Day 2? Master recipe: Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Skillet. You can also use a tablespoon or two of a paste: harissa paste, tomato paste, Thai curry paste, etc. Swap the bay leaf… for a few sprigs of fresh oregano or thyme, a cinnamon leaf, or just leave it out. Right now our cooking has to be more flexible than ever, so here's a guide to cooking with whatever you have on hand—and a community that will cook along with you. (Click the circle again to deselect it, and press the reset button to start over.) Swap the spaghetti… for a pound of any pasta, including whole grain and gluten-free pastas. Swap the frozen peas… for green beans (frozen or fresh), frozen corn kernels, or broccoli florets. Used butter versus coconut oil. 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Swap the flour and butter… The master recipe instructs you to make a flaky pie dough, but you can achieve equally good results with store-bought pie dough (the kind that rolls out), puff pastry, several stacked layers of phyllo, or even pizza dough (make your own or buy some from the grocery store or your nearest pizza joint). Wedges of red onion or apple will add sweetness, too. But we already made a spiced oil on Day 1, so we can skip that first step and go straight to the lentils and/or split peas. Raid your spice cabinet for what you do have (the flavor won’t be the same, but the method will still work). If you have any fresh or canned chilies around to doctor those tomatoes, go for it. Swap the Parmesan… for any hard cheese such as Romano, Asiago, aged Gouda, or Cotija. And since we already poached the chicken (or other protein) on Day 3, we can slip that in and spend a little more time on the garnish: crispy fried shallots. Swap the honey… for agave syrup, molasses, maple syrup, brown rice syrup, pomegranate or date molasses, saba, marmalade, or any kind of jam or jelly (apricot, plum, or fig would be ideal; strawberry would be...a little weird, but probably okay). You can also use thinly-sliced onions or shallots if garlic isn’t an option. Facebook Twitter One note: if you go for pickle juice, go light on the salt, then taste and adjust seasoning at the end. If you go this way, you may want to cut down on the chile you’re adding if the salsa is very hot. Cooking is done in the oven to keep things clean but still tasty. Want to go meat free? Swap the onion, celery, and carrot… for any aromatic vegetables you have in the crisper. (Use a tablespoon or so of olive oil in place of the chicken fat. Long-lasting pantry and freezer goods are tinted red; fresh and perishable items are tinted beige. Swap the rice… for any steamed grain such as barley, farro, bulgur, wheat berries, etc. Swap the tortillas, etc… Your slow-cooked meat doesn’t have to go into tacos. Add ons… Golden-raisin chutney is a delicious way to add dynamic flavor to your dal. © 2021 Condé Nast. Made as outlined, using petrale sole from Pike Place Fish Market in Seattle. Directions. Don't worry about it, just...uh...hash together whatever you've got. Fruits and Veggies. Or go the tuna casserole route: throw in a couple of cans of tuna or some crumbled smoked trout. Or just cook the chicken on a bed of jarred marinara and call it a day. Really—use kale, collards, mustard greens, or even broccoli. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (updated as of 1/1/21) and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (updated as of 1/1/21) and Your California Privacy Rights. ), or 2 cups of other quick-cooking vegetables such as frozen corn, edamame, chopped zucchini, etc. Add a pound to the total so you’re ready to nextover like a pro. What if you could grocery shop without a mile-long list? See our How to Make Hummus With Any Bean guide for help. Once they’re stirred in, a few eggs get cracked on top and you bake the whole thing so the chips get crisp on the edges and perfectly crisp-gone-soggy (that’s a good thing) on the inside. Grab it, cut it into cubes (it should be a solid block by now), coat the cubes with grated Parmesan, and then sear them into crispy-on-the-outside, creamy-on-the-inside golden nuggets to toss through your weekly dose of something fresh and green. If you can’t get it, though, don’t sweat. Looking for the first round of Cooking Through It? Swap the onions and garlic… with shallots, red onion, leeks, or scallions. Swap the rice… with any cooked grain (barley, quinoa, farro, freekeh, couscous), or serve with bread or flatbread (roti, naan, tortillas) instead. Add some (optional) herbs… If you’d like a hit of green on top of your bowl of red, sprinkle on some fresh parsley, basil, and/or oregano just before serving. You can also buy packaged crispy shallots or fried onions, or add crunch to the finished dish with chopped peanuts or cashews. Not one requires more than 5 ingredients—salt, pepper, … Either way, you’ll want to top the potatoes with cheese and slip them back into a hot oven to get the cheese melted. Vanilla frosting Use your favorite brand or follow this easy Epicurious recipe. I've been reading the Tried and True Recipes from Epicurious.com thread. Together. Seafood and coconut milk can take on any flavor your kitchen can provide (though the classic Julie Sahni recipe we’re using as our base is hard to beat). Scallops can be used whole. Think watercress, baby spinach, or any baby greens for that matter. Soup Recipes Epicurious – Soup Recipes Epicurious | Allowed to my own blog, on this moment We’ll explain to you concerning keyword. If you feel like it, add whatever spices you have on hand: cumin, red pepper flakes, paprika, cinnamon, coriander, or a spice blend. Swap the sweet potatoes… with any other yam or potato, such as Russet, Yukon Golds, and even smaller potatoes such as new potatoes or fingerlings. Find quick & easy Thanksgiving Side 2021 recipes & menu ideas, search thousands of recipes & discover cooking tips from the ultimate food resource for home cooks, Epicurious. This one is easy: scramble some eggs, put a salad on top, and eat it with or without thick pieces of toast. Swap the chorizo… for Italian sausage (hot or sweet) or any other fresh sausage. Swap the leeks… for white, yellow, or sweet onions, scallions, spring onions, green garlic, ramps, or shallots. 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