Creamy Pasta with Salmon and Peas

Check out this creamy, saucy pasta with tender salmon and vibrant peas! It's easy to throw together on a weeknight, packed with protein, and sure to become a new family favorite.

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Slow Cooker Mac and Cheese

Slow cooker, meet mac and cheese! If you're looking for a hands-off recipe for delicious mac and cheese, you've found it. We have a few tricks to avoid mushy pasta and watery sauce, too!

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Chicken Milanese

This classic Italian Chicken Milanese is surprisingly EASY and FAST to make at home. Serve it with a side salad for an easy weeknight meal. Also works as a make-ahead dish!

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Lemon Chicken

This easy lemon chicken recipe is your ticket to an easy weeknight dinner! Not too lemony, just right. It's made with garlic, butter, lemon, thyme, and rosemary.

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Red Velvet Cookies

Red velvet cake in cookie form—that's what you've got here with these Red Velvet Cookies! Cream cheese and white chocolate chips lend tanginess and sweetness to every bite.

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How to Make Cauliflower Rice

Eating more veggies is easy when you turn cauliflower into rice! It's not some trick—a simple whiz in the food processor and a quick turn in a hot pan, and you've got a "rice" dish in just minutes.

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Sheet Pan Salmon and Broccoli with Miso Butter

This one-pan dinner is ready in a flash! Broccoli takes on a sweetness in the oven, and the salmon, topped with miso butter, becomes flavorful and moist. This one is sure to become a favorite!

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Simply Recipes 2019 Meal Plan: February Week 1

Here's your meal plan for the first week of February! We've got zesty crab cakes, easy hamburger stroganoff, baked chicken taquitos, and more!

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Sun-dried Tomato Pesto

When basil isn't in season, try Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto! Made with walnuts, it's punchy and sweet. Try it with pasta (of course), but also as a spread on sandwiches, as a dip with veggies, or stirred into soup!

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Salsa Verde Chicken Enchiladas

These chicken enchiladas are made with a tangy tomatillo salsa verde sauce! This is a fantastic recipe to serve a hungry crowd, whether it's Friday movie night, a pot-luck party, or just a weeknight dinner with your family.

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Pressure Cooker Ground Beef Chili

Here's a pressure cooker beef chili recipe that's ready in 30 minutes! It's made with green peppers, onions, celery, ground beef, and tomatoes. Top with shredded cheese and sliced green onions, and serve some cornbread on the side!

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Italian Skillet Chicken with Spinach, Tomatoes, and Onions

Break out your skillet tonight for this Italian-inspired chicken dish! Spinach, tomatoes, red onion, and capers combine to make this super simple meal a flavor superstar. Freezes well, too!

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Simply Recipes 2019 Meal Plan: February Week 2

Here's your Valentine's Week menu! Show your love with rosemary lamb chops, cozy black bean soup, hawaiian chicken, and more!

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Indian Chicken Biryani

Have you ever tried making Indian biryani at home? There's something magical that happens when you combine chicken, rice, a number of spices and you infuse it with cardamom pods, saffron, and top the whole thing with fried onions.

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Our Top 6 Recipes Made with Real Milk

We’ve teamed up with Milk Life to bring you our top recipes made with real milk. From chicken fried steak to bread pudding we’ve got simple goodness covered.

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Valentine’s Day Menu for a Date-Night In

Who's staying in for Valentine's Day?! We've got your whole menu ready to go. Choose from these great recipes and

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Chicken Tortilla Soup

The BEST chicken tortilla soup! It's made with crispy fried strips of corn tortillas in a tomato-based Mexican soup with chicken stock, chiles, avocado, Jack cheese, cilantro and lime. Comfort food at its best.

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Recipe: Coconut-Galangal Chicken Soup (Tom Kha Kai) — Around the World in 30 Soups

Around the World in 30 Soups: This month we're collaborating with chefs, cookbook authors, and our own Kitchn crew to share a globetrotting adventure in soups from countries and cuisines around the world. Today's stop: Thailand.

Tom kha kai is easy to make. If you can smash things, cut things, and boil water, you can pull off this classic on the first try. The hardest part? Getting your hands on the essential fresh seasonings. Galangal (the 'kha' in tom kha kai), kaffir lime leaves, and lemongrass have come to define tom kha kai. Some people will tell you that you can substitute ginger for the galangal, but that is not the case. In fact, the two ingredients are not even close to being interchangeable in the minds of Thai cooks.

But if you cannot find the fresh galangal and kaffir lime leaves, either locally or online, you can use tom kha paste, which comes in small glass jars. Any brand from Thailand will do. Just follow the directions on the label. Most of the time, making the broth involves dissolving the paste in the coconut milk.

Leela Punyaratabandhu, author of Simple Thai Food: Classic Recipes from the Thai Home Kitchen


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Are Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies (Still) the Best Ever? — Celebrity Recipe Showdown

Growing up, my mom kept the ingredients for chocolate chip cookies on hand at all times, so that on snow days or sick days, we could grab the bag of Nestlé Toll House chocolate morsels and have warm cookies on the table in less than 30 minutes. I never even considered using a recipe other than the one on the bag. In fact, I just assumed that was the only way to make chocolate chip cookies.

In a bake-off against the most popular chocolate chip cookie recipes, I knew Toll House would win points for nostalgia. But when it came to the most important criteria — taste, texture, dough-to-chocolate ratio — would they be able to hold their own? Here's what I found out.

Get the recipe: Original Nestlé Toll House Chocolate Chip cookies


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The Super-Cheap IKEA Staples You'll Always Find in My House — Shopping

Those tropes about walking into Target or Home Goods for one thing and walking out with armfuls? That's the IKEA Marketplace for me. Everything's so affordable, and I can't escape the feeling that I'll have my whole life together if I can just organize my kitchen like this perfect little endcap vignette.

While I've made my share of questionable choices from the downstairs marketplace, there are three super-affordable home staples that stand out as major winners. They're each $1.49 or less, so you can feel good about stocking up.


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Martha Stewart's Chocolate Chip Cookies Stay Soft for Days — Celebrity Recipe Showdown

When setting out to bake the internet's favorite chocolate chip cookies, it came as no surprise to me that Martha Stewart, the domestic goddess that she is, has a very popular classic chocolate chip cookie recipe (I'm talking upwards of 9,000 reviews). They're described as being fast and easy to make — just three steps and they're in the oven. They're also supposed to yield soft and chewy results every time, perfect for a sweet snack or after-school treat. I had to find out whether Martha's go-to recipe would become mine as well.

Get the recipe: Martha Stewart's Soft and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies


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How To Clean an Electric Kettle — Cleaning Lessons from The Kitchn

These days a lot of my friends are off coffee — or at the very least, they sneak in that one espresso in the morning and then it's all about tea for the rest of the day. And while I grew up boiling water for tea in a measuring cup in the microwave (don't judge!), I know that a far superior way to do it is to use an electric tea kettle. It's amazing how quick they can be!

But after months of use, electric kettles can build up mineral deposits from the water you're using. It's worth taking the time to give it a thorough clean. Of course, you don't want to clean it with anything that's not food-safe or that will be too harsh. Here's how to clean an electric kettle.

Related: How to Clean a Keurig Coffee Maker


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Meet the Founders of Great Jones: The Hipper, More Affordable Cookware of Your Dreams (We're Obsessed!) — Kitchn Crush

Welcome to Kitchn's series Kitchn Crush, where we highlight some of the coolest, most inspiring people in food you need to know about right now.

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman moving into a new apartment, in possession of zero fortune, must be in want of some sort of quality cookware. Right? Well, at least that was the case for me when I moved into my first New York City apartment, lugging a box of scratched nonstick cookware from the college house that I shared with seven roommates. Around the same time, my older sister got married, bought a house, and stocked her kitchen with the dreamy All-Clad and Le Creuset that she was generously gifted at her bridal shower.

I learned the hard way that it is just not socially acceptable to host a Welcome to the Real World Shower; although my sister and I had both reached turning points in our lives, only one of us was starting out with the good stuff. Neither of us questioned it ... until someone else did.

Meet Sierra Tishgart and Maddy Moelis, the founders of Great Jones, the cookware startup standing up to legacy brands like Le Creuset, All Clad, Staub, and more. Before...

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The 3 Untraditional Kitchen Tools I Couldn't Live Without — Shopping

I have a major weakness for kitchen tools. While I don't buy every single cool contraption I see, I do love browsing the aisles in a kitchen store. And when I can find a unique kitchen tool, gadget, or high-quality appliance that will help me eat better and enjoy being in the kitchen more, then I'm going to buy it. As I type that, three things come to mind. They have seriously changed my life in the last few months — and they're all mini versions of themselves. Because who can resist miniature versions of everyday favorites? Not me!

As a single gal, I don't like batch cooking and find that I tire of dishes before all the leftovers get eaten. I prefer single-serving or, at the most, double-serving options. Plus, miniature versions of kitchen tools are easier to store because they require less space. And they're adorable — and cheaper, too.

Here are three miniature kitchen tools I can't live without.


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I Tried Joanna Gaines' Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe (& Here's What I Thought) — Celebrity Recipe Showdown

Although she rose to stardom remodeling homes with her husband, Chip, on TLC's Fixer Upper, Joanna Gaines is now just as famous for her Waco, Texas, restaurant and her family-friendly recipes. One of the first recipes we shared from her was her Magnolia Table chocolate chip cookies, and we certainly weren't the only ones intrigued by this recipe. A quick Google search reveals that these cookies have been shared by countless websites and bloggers, many of whom have applauded her for her surprising technique: cutting the amount of butter in half to make taller, chunkier cookies. I wanted to see if Joanna's advice really made for better, tastier cookies.

Get the recipe: Magnolia Table Chocolate Chip Cookies


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How To Make French Onion Soup — Around the World in 30 Soups

Around the World in 30 Soups: This month we're collaborating with chefs, cookbook authors, and our own Kitchn crew to share a globetrotting adventure in soups from countries and cuisines around the world. Today's stop: France.

French onion soup is a bistro classic, the most homey and delicious example of good café cooking. But only a handful of frugal ingredients make up this restaurant favorite. Onions, broth, salt, and butter mingle in a slow magic that transforms them into a wildly luxurious bowl of silky onions and dark broth. If you've only eaten French onion soup in restaurants, you'll be shocked at how easy it is to make in your own kitchen.

Here is a step-by-step recipe for making the best French onion soup you've ever eaten. It's one of the simplest yet most satisfying soups, and one to learn by heart.


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A Fast and Fancy Vegetarian Valentine's Day Menu for Two — Menus from The Kitchn

Classic steak dinners are far from the only show in town when it comes to cooking an impressive Valentine's Day dinner at home. In fact, I've pulled together a meat-free menu for two I'm really excited about and I'm certain my husband will adore. The name of the game is fast and fancy, with a generous dose of veggies and a decadent chocolate dessert. What else could you want?


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Foodierama, surprisingly enough, is a food blog. As a culinary fan since childhood, I decided to share my culinary experiments, recipes, foos stalls and restaurants I go to, interesting markets I come across when I travel, and strange ingredients I like to buy and then chanllenge myself with them in the kitchen.

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19 February 2019