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If you want to add a spicy kick to chicken, then you simply can't go wrong with a Korean-style dish. With recipe developer Ting Dalton's easy Korean fried chicken recipe, you can whip up the spicy, flavorful, crispy delight right in your own kitchen, without the hassle. "Korean fried chicken is something I always like to order if I'm out but when I started making my own, I haven't looked back," Dalton says — and once you follow this recipe, you won't be looking back, either.
It's pretty hard not to love cheesecake — the creamy, tangy flavor tastes oh-so good. You can't go wrong with serving up a classic, plain cheesecake, but if you want to add a pop of color and sweetness, a fruit topping is the way to go. Recipe developer Jessica Morone has crafted this classic cherry cheesecake, and it really is the perfect dessert for a casual dinner or get-together. "My favorite thing about this cheesecake is that it is actually rather simple to make," Morone says. "There aren't a ton of ingredients, and it's very easy to put together."
No matter where you are in the world or what season it is, you will always find iced coffee. While the love for iced coffee is universal, the icy drink takes different forms around the globe. Portugal adds lemon, mint, and a cheeky shot of rum to its mazagran iced coffee, Brazil adds a can of cola and chocolate milk to its mocha cola, Indonesia uses a mixture of avocado and condensed milk in es alpukat kopi, Cubans add milk and cinnamon to their iced cafe con leche, and the Greeks enjoy frappes made from instant coffee powder (via Homegrounds).
People have been pairing fried chicken with waffles for nearly a century, but in recent years this dish has become super-trendy with the brunch crowd. There's no need to limit it to brunch, however — recipe developer Erin Johnson, who says chicken and waffles is a favorite comfort food of hers, describes it as being "perfect for any meal."
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Pasta and pizza: two iconic Italian-born dishes that have made their way onto restaurant menus and into home kitchens for generations. For a number of reasons, they are often considered among the top favorite foods in the world, according to TasteAtlas and YouGov. The recipes for these classic creations can range from minimalistic to over-the-top, but regardless of the final product, they are undoubtedly delicious staples of Italian cooking.
What do you get when you mix a tamale with pie? Absolute deliciousness! This recipe is unique in that it combines all the traditional elements of a tamale in the form of a pie. It's innovative and it's a crowd-pleaser. The combination of the cornbread crust, veggies, spice medley, and beef will satisfy even the hungriest of customers, and there's no doubt that you'll be asking for another slice ... or two.
So, you've landed a coveted spot on Gordon Ramsay's successful reality cooking competition, "Hell's Kitchen." Yay, you. There's just one problem. You can't wait to escape. You've only cooked one dish and the outcome was disastrous. Ramsay spat it out, calling both you and your failed attempt an impressive collection of four-letter words. Your team members are gunning for you, and you're more than just a wee bit homesick.
How many times have you appreciated your microwave while heating something in the kitchen? A million times or more, for sure. This kitchen appliance helps us reheat and prepare things in less time than usual, plus, it can help us cook elaborate dishes like risotto, and French toast, a morning favorite.
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In case you haven't heard, there is a new member of the M&M mascot posse, and her name is Purple. In a press release, Mars says its latest hire brims with "self-awareness, authenticity, and confidence," and in keeping with her "be true to thine self" nature, she has been introduced to the world via a video of her belting out an original song called "I'm Just Gonna Be Me." She has also kicked off her new role by raising money for an admirable cause: People magazine shares that every time her video is streamed on any major platform, Mars will donate one dollar to Sing for Hope. Apparently, the new M&M's color is determined to win her way into the hearts of a public that has been enjoying the antics of Yellow and Red for years.
The "Hocus Pocus" sequel has us eagerly awaiting the return of the lovably evil Sanderson sisters. The iconic witchy trio of Winifred (Bette Midler), Mary (Kathy Najimy), and Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker) is finally back for more haunts on Disney+, and we are ready to watch their antics with a few potions for ourselves in hand.
M&M's: those little candies that melt in your mouth, not your hand. While these tiny chocolate droplets are understandably popular — Mars cranks out 400 million pieces of candy each day – M&M's are also popular for another reason: the characters. Introduced in 1954 (via CNN), the M&M's...
The history of pumpkin spice dates back as far as 1934 when CNN says the minds behind spice maker McCormick and Company decided to release the unique blend with the hope of assisting people in baking superior pumpkin pies. For decades the spice lingered in relative obscurity, being used solely for its intended purpose. Then, in 2003, coffee giant Starbucks got its hands on some of the spice. It managed to turn it into not only a new kind of latte — but created a fever for pumpkin spice until it was in everything from SPAM to ramen.
Mashed potatoes are one of the ultimate comfort foods. They're creamy, decadent, packed with carbs, and go oh-so-well with a huge variety of other cozy dishes, from tender and juicy meatloaf to roasted chicken with perfectly browned, crispy skin. And they're a dish that allows cooks to flex their culinary creativity. The simplicity of mashed potatoes means you can't go too wild adding in a whole bunch of things that will transform it into an entirely different dish. But you can make small tweaks to elevate your mashed potatoes, as Food Network demonstrates.
Before you start imagining cut-out sugar cookies piled high on a plate, we'll preface by clarifying that this recipe is not edible. Per the name, this craft-friendly salt dough recipe is meant for your artistic endeavors, not your sweet tooth. Whether you choose to use it yourself or you have kids to entertain, this is sure to satisfy any creative itch. Plus, it keeps for a couple of weeks so you'll be prepared whenever inspiration strikes.
There's no denying that disguised cakes — a.k.a. cakes that don't actually look like cakes — are trending. There are countless TikTok videos in which knives are poised over objects as viewers try to guess whether the item is actually a cake before the individual in the clip slices down to reveal the truth. Then, of course, there's the simply titled Netflix show "Is It Cake?" that launched this year, as per IMDb, in which cake artists craft disguised cakes designed to fool judges. There's just something about the sweet illusions that has captivated the general public.
When you go to Taco Bell, you're basically signing up to receive some sort of delicious, taco-inspired, cheesy meal. The "have it your way" slogan really does apply to its whole menu, allowing customers to easily interchange and customize the Mexican meals to their liking. And if you don't eat meat, that's no problem either. According to Taco Bell's website, there are almost one million unique vegetarian combinations alone. Since its founding in 1962 though, the restaurant chain has undergone several changes to its food offerings to customers and even suffered some bad PR scandals. Claims have been made about its meat being only 36% real but were, thankfully, debunked and one TikToker claimed it doesn't use real cheese, which was also debunked. It seems that Taco Bell can't catch a break.
From The United States to Brazil and Norway, coffee is enjoyed by cultures across the globe. Used as a morning pick-me-up or post-dinner digestion aid, coffee has many forms, flavors, and uses. A common ritual shared by people from all walks of life, the caffeinated beverage links us to cultures distinct from our own. In Malaysia, coffee is mixed with black tea and served hot or cold, but in Finland, hot coffee is poured into chunks of cheese curds and then eaten (per Insider). Foreign as it may seem to Americans who are keen on iced lavender lattes, coffee is a multi-cultural ingredient that provides a common ground between communities who might not have much else in common.
With a smile that seems bigger than her entire petite frame, Giada De Laurentiis has inspired many home cooks by demonstrating her ease in the kitchen on Food Network's "Everyday Italian" and her other popular cooking shows. After plenty of requests on Twitter, she's now sharing what she calls her "easiest pasta sauce recipe" on her website, Giadzy. It's none other than a basic pomodoro, or tomato, sauce.
The humble potato can be prepared in countless ways, as The Cavalier Daily demonstrates. It can be transformed into everything from fries to gnocchi. It can be mashed until it's impossibly creamy and rich. It can be served cold with all kinds of dressings as potato salad — the list goes on and on. One of the most classic ways to prepare potatoes, however, is the simple yet satisfying baked potato.
If you've ever watched "Hell's Kitchen," you may be familiar with Gordon Ramsay throwing overcooked food in disgust or yelling at contestants. You've probably watched in suspense as teams race against the clock, panic in their eyes and sweat on their brow, and the thought may have crossed your mind: "There's no way I could handle that stress."