Savvy home cooks save their broccoli stalks in the freezer to make broccoli stalk soup.
Fall in love with these dal pierogies — plump dumplings stuffed with Indian-spiced lentils and mashed potatoes.
Even people who “don’t like salad” like this lettuce and walnut salad. The crunchy, toasty garlic salted walnuts might have something to do with it.
Whether you smash it on toast, dollop it on tacos, or serve it as dip, this easy one-avocado guacamole makes just the right amount for one or two people to enjoy.
This lightly spiced Samosa Pot Pie with a crispy, flaky puff pastry top makes a hearty, satisfying vegetarian dinner.
Level up your salsa game and feed a small army with this easy, flavorful roasted tomato salsa that’s so much more than just a dip for chips.
This easy-to-make cheddar-jalapeño no-knead bread relies on time to develop gluten, strength, and flavor. It bakes up with a crunchy, floury crust that cracks open like a dragon egg inside of a Dutch oven.
Learning to make your own hot sauce means you can control the heat levels — resulting in a hot sauce that adds a punch of flavor with none of the acidic, face-melting burn you expect from store-bought hot sauces.
There are a lot of ways to use your discarded sourdough starter, but these scallion pancakes are so easy to make that you’ll find yourself feeding your starter more often just so you have a reason to eat them.
Learn how to roast a whole garlic bulb and instantly level up your favorite dishes with a sweeter, mellower garlic flavor.
All you need is microwave popcorn, chocolate chips, mini M&Ms, and a microwave to make the perfect crunchy, salty, sweet snack for any picnic.
I still don’t love spinach, but I do love this sauce.