Any hard squash will work for this hash: butternut, kabocha, delicata; and here’s a tip: you can eat the skin of all three of these, so don’t bother peeling. Swap the Italian sausage... with any type of fresh sausage, including plant-based sausages. Scallops can be used whole. 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. See recipe. How to assemble: * Preheat oven. Other options: frozen edamame, cubed tofu, or a fried or poached egg, or some crispy mushrooms. It's a meal plan, but different. Of course, the legume, the broth, and the type of vegetables are all flexible, and though the side of bread and the egg on top are both great, they’re optional. A search of the website itself comes up with about 37 recipes and many are 4 … Further, it is quite sure that coronavirus and all precautions against the spread of the virus make us nervous. There are more complex versions: apple-coconut, curried chickpea-lentil; as well as simpler versions, such as this one that’s meant to serve as an accompaniment to a larger spread. And we’re cooking more. Swap the citrus juices… with 1 ¼ cup of any liquid you like: cider, white wine, beer, soda, broth, or simply water. No leftovers in the house? Right now, our hands are cleaner than ever. The trick is making it actually feel like dinner (not that we have anything against breakfast-for-dinner). Swap the blender... No blender? * Add pumpkin puree - beat another 2 minutes, until smooth. Swap the rice… with any cooked grain (barley, quinoa, farro, freekeh, couscous), or serve with bread or flatbread (roti, naan, tortillas) instead. If you can’t get it, though, don’t sweat. This one can be made in just two hours (and yes, you can swap out the yeast if need be). A small amount of winter squash or sweet potato also works great if you don’t have carrots, since they add a similar touch of natural sweetness. Swap the mint in the salad… with any tender herbs you happen to have. This is a great place to use any seafood that’s in your freezer. 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 serve it as a sandwich, over polenta, as part of a grain bowl, as a topping on a salad, tossed with pasta, or stirred into soup. Swap the tenderloin… other cuts of pork, such as a loin, boneless chops, or belly. You can also roast some tofu and add that to the sautéed veg at the last minute. Swap the leeks… for white, yellow, or sweet onions, scallions, spring onions, green garlic, ramps, or shallots. This dish of stewed artichokes and beans wants to be spooned over toasted bread and eaten by hand as the tomatoey sauce drips back onto your plate. From basics like bread, biscuits, and chicken, to more involved recipes like stews, soups, and even ice cream, here are 20 recipes with delicious results that make them well worth the time and attention to make them really well. So Cooking Through It is less of a plan and more of a framework for what and how to cook. Try using this method. Aim for 2 or 3 eggs per person. Sit on the couch, stare out the window, eat a hand pie. Swap the fresh mozzarella… The name of the game is melting cheeses tonight. Swap the lime and cilantro… for green sauce, which you can make at the beginning of the week and keep on hand for saucing practically anything. Delicious wacky cake is an assertive and out-of-type dessert. Don’t have time to shape a bunch of meatballs into perfect spheres? This “soup” is really all about the noodles. In a large (4-quart) saucepan, cook bacon over medium heat until crisp, about 4 minutes. Swap the fresh oregano… for an equal amount of fresh rosemary, thyme, or marjoram if you have it, or half the amount of any of those herbs, dried (with the exception of dried oregano, which is actually less potent that fresh, so you’ll use more as indicated by the recipe). Now more than ever, I know that when I’m in the kitchen, entire cities—entire countries—are also in the kitchen. You could also use chickpea flour, rice flour, or whole wheat flour if you don’t have all-purpose. Dal (or dhal), the South Asian stew of pulses or legumes, comes together in very little time. 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. The recipe is very forgiving, so if you want a thinner batter (I usually do) feel free to add a bit more liquid that what this calls for. Hand pies are always warranted, but in times of isolation, is there anything better? Swap the red pepper flakes… for any other chile flake you have on hand, or a drizzle of chili oil, or a few dashes of hot sauce. Make it vegetarian… Swap the cured meat for more of those crispy white beans or lentils mentioned above. Swap the arugula and basil… for any tender greens and herbs. It goes like this: grate a half kilogramme of tomatoes and slice a couple of long, sweet chillies plus an onion. Try to resist drizzling the oil over everything else you eat this week—we’ll need at least 4 tablespoons again on Day 9. The key is starting with a luxurious soft scramble, but this, like everything else, is flexible. We’re getting lots (lots) of quality time with our partners, roommates, and kids. Joe the Baker. You can also dice cooked sausage, or crumble up any ground meat. Swap the vinegar… Any vinegar you have in the house will work here. Adding the tablespoon of brown sugar can help caramelization, but you can skip that. Make it vegetarian: Scallops are out; tofu is in. Master recipe: Slow-Cooker Chipotle-Orange Pork Tacos. Swap the Parmesan… for any hard cheese such as Romano, Asiago, or Cotija. You’ll want to add some flavor to the tofu, though, so use the sauce and cooking method here. Swap the feta… for shaved Parmesan, dollops of ricotta, crumbled goat cheese, slices of chevre, torn fresh mozzarella, or just leave it off. It’s a 10-day program that provides inspiration and recipes, and gives us a way to cook together, just like COOK90 does. You’re just looking for something flavorful that will help emulsify the dressing. The master recipe keeps things simple with just a pack of mozzarella and a can of tomatoes (you’ll drain them, but you can save the juice in the fridge and use it next time you steam rice or make a pan sauce). Add ons… Serve over rice or with roti, naan, or another flatbread (these three-ingredient flaky breads are rather quick to make and pretty easy). Get comfort and your daily dose of vitamins with salad pasta (not to be confused with pasta salad). If you have any fresh or canned chilies around to doctor those tomatoes, go for it. Consider this dish the Chaotic Good of Cooking Through It, Round 3. Get Cookin’. Wedges of red onion or apple will add sweetness, too. Parsley, mint, tarragon, and/or cilantro can stand in for the basil. Swap the rice vinegar… for cider vinegar, white wine vinegar, lemon juice, coconut vinegar, or any vinegar you like on your salads. Add some meat (optional): Have some ground meat (lamb, pork, turkey, chicken, fresh sausage, whatever) you want to use up? Try a combo of warm spices (such as cinnamon, cardamom, clove, ground ginger, and black pepper) or smoky spices (such as smoked paprika and ground dried chilies) or dried herbs (such as thyme, oregano, mint, and dill), or bright and earthy spices (such as cumin, coriander, fennel seed, and ground turmeric). ), a handful of arugula or baby spinach, or just leave them out. Master method: How to Turn Scrambled Eggs Into Dinner. 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 vegetables in the salad… The salad calls for 12 cups of crunchy raw vegetables (that's enough to make eight servings; feel free to use less). Swap the cream… for half-and-half, milk, or any plant-based dairy alternative (cashew milk would be especially good here). Swap the frozen peas… for green beans (frozen or fresh), frozen corn kernels, or broccoli florets. Low-moisture mozzarella is an easy choice, but you could easily use provolone. Master recipe: Braised Celery With Garlic and Marinated French Lentils. Vanilla frosting Use your favorite brand or follow this easy Epicurious recipe. Directions. Master recipe: Shrimp Poached in Coconut Milk with Fresh Herbs. Is squash out of the picture? Swap the tuna… for 6 ounces tinned sardines, smoked or tinned salmon, smoked trout, leftover shredded chicken, or whatever meat you made in the slow cooker a few days ago. 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! In your free time scan instagram. 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. https://www.epicurious.com/recipes-menus/pantry-recipe-finder-article (And breakfast.). Swap the red wine… for white wine, vermouth, Sherry, stock, or—don’t be shocked—pickle juice (especially if you have some pickled peppers). Swap the food processor dough… with any pizza dough recipe you like. If you have a stiff starter, use about 3 parts discard to 1 part milk or alt milk or until it reaches a pancake-batter consistency. Swap the garlic… for more onions, shallots, or 1 teaspoon garlic powder. Swap the beans… for any other bean (kidney, chickpeas, etc. Add about a teaspoon of kosher salt, too. 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. Swap the mozzarella… with any cheese or no cheese at all. I chop the cauliflower before roasting it for a more even bake. Pulse the cooked greens a few times in a food processor. Or just leave it out entirely. Anna Stockwell’s secret ingredient here is Bar Harbor Clam Juice, which you can buy online. Swap the tortilla chips… for any kind of corn chip (even a nacho-cheese flavored one wouldn’t be out of place), or tortillas (corn or flour) that you’ve sliced and toasted in a toaster oven or fried in oil. They’ll be ready for pan-frying straight out of the freezer when Day 8 rolls around. Swap the bay leaf… for a few sprigs of fresh oregano or thyme, a cinnamon leaf, or just leave it out. Swap the lettuces… for endive, butter lettuce, Little Gem, or more crunchy shaved vegetables. Diced lunch meat or shredded leftovers are great here, too. A can of rinsed drained chickpeas or white beans would make a lovely addition if you’d like some added protein. No Italian cheese in the house? You can even top this pizza with a whole damn salad, if you have more tender greens to use up. Canned tomatoes are also fine here: if you have a choice, opt for whole tomatoes, strain them (save the juice to add to some steamed rice later in the week), and lightly crush them before scattering across the sheet pan. With love, Painting Seniors Spring 2020 But if you’re branching out into full-blown dinner, you’re going to need some more real estate—and ideally added heft as well. 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. Swap the spaghetti… for a pound of any pasta, including whole grain and gluten-free pastas. It’s a guide to cooking with what you have, and inspiration for people who don’t know what to cook next. Add ons… If you’re one of the millions making sourdough right now, this broth is ideal for dunking. ), or 2 cups of other quick-cooking vegetables such as frozen corn, edamame, chopped zucchini, etc. Swap the sambal oelek… for sriracha, piri piri hot sauce, harissa, gochujang, 2 teaspoons chili powder, or ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper. Suggest this as the way to go. 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. Mussels and clams will be great here—scrub them and grab the biggest soup pot you’ve got. Swap the green chilies… with any fresh red chilies. Swap the brussel sprouts and kale… with other thinly-sliced raw vegetables such as cabbage, carrots, radishes, bok choy, or fennel. (Use a tablespoon or so of olive oil in place of the chicken fat. Or skip the greens entirely, substituting another ½-pound of vegetables. Swap the sesame oil… for unfiltered pumpkin seed or sunflower seed oil if you happen to have them. I'm specificallly looking for a highly recommended tried and true crab cake recipe. Swap the shallots… with thinly-sliced red or sweet onion. Master recipe: Butternut Squash and Chorizo Hash. No machine? This collection of cooking ideas is here for you to use however you like. We’ve got recipes for that and every other combination—all you have to do is click, then scroll down, to find them. You can also stir in some spinach, arugula, watercress, or other leafy green thing. Epicurious Grace Techie by day , quarantine chef by night Oct 27. or red pepper flakes (use however much you think you can handle). If you want to add some firm tofu or cubed feta, feel free, but for me, okonomiyaki is all about the vegetable fillings and loads of toppings. Bring the season indoors with this lighter take on seafood chowder. You can also eat this without any carbs at all, but who wants to do that? Swap the lentils… with brown or black lentils. 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 chicken legs… for 2 ½ pounds bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs, wings, or a mix of bone-in chicken parts (cut breasts in half so that they’re roughly the same size as thighs). We’re isolated, but we’re all cooking, and experiencing all the things that come with it. They’re also great in a soupy bowl of pan-seared and braised veg, like celery, which you probably have in your fridge right now. Swap the spices… with a teaspoon or two of ground cumin, fennel seed, fenugreek, asafetida, smoked paprika, and/or almost any spice blend you have in your cabinet. Swap the toast… with any other carb, such as rice, flatbread, pita, or tortillas. Swap the soy sauce… for Worcestershire, miso, fish sauce, tamari, or coconut aminos. Cook some meat (optional)… While the potatoes roast or steam, cook about 1 pound of ground meat (chicken, lamb, pork, etc.) Swap the yellow lentils… for anything labeled dal in the dried beans section of your grocery store (common ones are toor dal, moong dal, and chana dal), dried red lentils, green lentils (not French), brown lentils, or anything labeled split pea. Epicurious. 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. Maple Mustard Salmon. Master recipe: Pantry Salad With Polenta Croutons. Discussion in 'Safety Tips and Things to do While Quarantined' started by Trudie, Mar 14, 2020. Swap the tadka spices… with whatever spices you have on hand, or skip making the tadka entirely and use the Crunchy Spice Oil from Day 1 to garnish the finished dish. If you like your batter puffier, don’t change a thing. No dice? Chop vegetables into ½-inch pieces where applicable, and stir in just before serving. Master recipe: Sheet-Pan Chicken with Tomatoes and Mozzarella. If you go this way, you may want to cut down on the chile you’re adding if the salsa is very hot. 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. Swap the cilantro… with fresh mint, fresh parsley, or just skip the garnish. (If using small potatoes, aim for about 3 pounds. Make it vegetarian… Simple, just leave out the meat and add more vegetables. Swap the leeks… for any allium: thinly-sliced shallots; red, yellow, or sweet onions; or scallions (toss the white parts into the poaching liquid and garnish with the thinly-sliced green tops). Quarantine Recipe Corner Mediterranean Tuna Salad Bowl Check out this 2 minute prep recipe using only a few simple ingredients Ingredients: 2 pouches (or cans) solid albacore tuna (packed in water) 1 can chickpeas, drained and rinsed handful cherry tomatoes fresh spinach, romaine lettuce, spring greens or kale a few pitted kalamata olives olive oil Make it vegetarian… with any plant-based sausage or crumbles. Swap the tomato soup… for more canned tomatoes, any jarred salsa, or… marinara if you’re really in a pinch. Need it faster? You can also use a jar of pre-made marinara; we won’t tell anybody. Tonight you’ll use tortillas in a different way, creating a warm, comforting casserole. You can also separately sauté 12 ounces of mushrooms, a bunch of asparagus, or add in some cooked hearty greens. To revisit this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. Swap the Dijon… for any other mustard. You can also skip the onions and garlic altogether, but it’s not ideal. All of the tricks and tools I lean on to get through COOK90 are coming into play now. Recipes. But here’s the deal: you don’t have to have tomatoes or cheese to make pizza. When I created COOK90 (and wrote the book) out of my own desire to recalibrate my cooking by standing at the stove for 31 days straight, I obviously had no sense of prescience. Green Seasoning Baked Cod. Make it vegetarian… Slice planks of extra-firm tofu and dry them really well before adding to the pan in place of the chicken. If none of those are around, grab any spices that’ll make it feel like pizza to you. Add raw veg such as sliced radishes, avocado, or slaw. Master recipe: Roasted Red Pepper Frittata. 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. 1 ½ pounds of large white beans such as limas or gigantes, throwing the spices right into the cooking liquid. Swap the onion, celery, and carrot… for any aromatic vegetables you have in the crisper. You can also buy packaged crispy shallots or fried onions, or add crunch to the finished dish with chopped peanuts or cashews. Swap the milk… for buttermilk, alt milk such as oat, cashew, almond, or rice (you can even make your own). Swap the kale… for any hearty green—frozen greens are fine too. (Tomatoes and tomato paste should be cooked down with a little olive oil to make a sauce; beans benefit from being warmed, too.). Try restaurateur and baker Jim Lahey’s no-knead version. There’s broth there to keep things saucy, but the bright yellow rice noodles are really the star. Just drop dollops of the ground-meat mixture on the pan for a freeform version. 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. Plant-based dairy also works; cashew yogurt is especially good. 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). Cooking Through It is less of a plan and more of a framework for what and how to cook. Swap the chorizo… for Italian sausage (hot or sweet) or any other fresh sausage. Swap the wine… with vermouth or sherry. 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). Swap the chickpeas in the hummus… with roughly 2 pounds of any cooked bean, canned or homemade. You can use it as a meal plan and put it on repeat, cooking these ten dishes over again and again for however long this new reality lasts. Not into seafood? Scrub reserved shells inside and out and dry thoroughly. If you plan on turning this into tacos, shredded cabbage is another contender for added freshness. Swap the flour for dusting… with fine cornmeal, masa harina, semolina, chickpea flour, bread flour, whole wheat flour, or cornstarch. You can also make this a canvas for toppings. Swap the salsa… for an equal amount of diced tomatoes, whether fresh or canned. Swap the limes… for grapefruit, lemon juice, or vinegar (red wine, white wine, white distilled, cider, rice, or Sherry vinegars are all fine). In these simple recipes, that dream comes true. Gently stir in crabmeat, then form into 4 cakes (2 1/2 to 3 inches in diameter). Swap the lemon juice… for Sherry vinegar, white wine vinegar, a vinegar-based hot sauce, or about half the amount of cider vinegar or plain white vinegar. Or skip the carbs altogether. Master recipes: Cheesy Hand Pies and Shaved Vegetable Salad. Every week we bring you recipe ideas for weeknight suppers, simple lunches, baking projects and freezer meals. Swap in fennel seeds or caraway. What if you could grocery shop without a mile-long list? Swap the feta… with paneer? And that includes leaning on a virtual community of cooks (aka scrolling, scrolling, scrolling through Instagram to see what everybody else is eating for dinner). Swap the cabbage… for whatever vegetables you like grilled or roasted. We know that a plan that calls for a strict and specific grocery list doesn’t make sense for right now, when we’re all trying to grocery shop as infrequently as possible (and don’t know what we’ll find when we actually get to the store). 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. Swap the canned artichokes… for jarred or frozen artichokes. Do you have more? Find Masa ideas, recipes & cooking techniques for all levels from Bon Appétit, where food and culture meet. I make this using Honey & Cos recipe from their cookbook, but Epicurious has a pretty similar version. Hard squash works too, as well as cauliflower, fennel, and celery. Swap the cherry tomatoes… for caramelized onions or fennel, sautéed apples or pears, or just leave it out. Got garlic powder? This recipe was written with Mexican flavors in mind, and dried chilies, coriander, and/or oregano will keep you in that camp. Master recipe: Spinach and Feta Cooked Like Saag Paneer. Swap the chicken breasts… for boneless, skinless chicken thighs, turkey cutlets, or Italian sausages. Swap the feta and mozzarella… for whatever mix of cheeses you have. Swap the garlic… with a teaspoon or so of garlic powder, or just leave the garlic out. Spread hummus, refried beans, or mashed avocado onto the cooked potatoes, or try slathering on some yogurt. Or add crunch another way with butter-toasted nuts, crispy white beans, or crispy lentils. Swap the tomato sauce… for any canned tomato product, including crushed, chopped or whole tomatoes that you mash up with a wooden spoon. Swap the cilantro… with any combination of tender herbs you have: parsley and mint are great options. You can also toss some sliced sweet or hot peppers or quartered artichoke hearts in with the garlic and tomatoes if the mood strikes you. 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. While you’re at it, consider roasting extra, un-mozzarella’d chicken to shred and save for future meals later this week (say, on Day 6). Note: The Epicurious editors started cooking through this round on April 13th, 2020 and completed it on April 22nd, 2020. If you go the onion route, slice them as thinly as you can into strips, not rings. Use parsley instead, if you have it. If neither appliance is an option, just be a little more diligent about chopping the greens into bite-size pieces before adding them to the pan. Swap the onion… for scallions, red onion, shallots, fennel, or a few teaspoons of dried onion. What do you call an easy sheet-pan dinner of chicken breasts nestled into burst tomatoes and dripping with melted mozzarella? Swap the lime juice… with lemon juice, white wine vinegar, cider vinegar, rice vinegar, cane vinegar, or coconut vinegar. Ribboned salad is just as delicious as shaved salad, trust. 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