6. Chinese Kung Pao Chicken
For our recipe, we wanted to make it lighter and much less greasy. The secret to this recipe is marinating the chicken before cooking the stir fry. Serve this chicken with white rice. Get the full recipe here!
5. The Ultimate French Cake – Cherry Clafoutis
Clafoutis is a traditional French dessert comprised of a crêpe-like batter covering perfectly ripe cherries (or pears, blackberries or plums). This is a dessert that’s tastes wonderful without being too sweet, and looks and tastes like much more effort went into it than really did. Get the full recipe here!
4. Hungarian Chicken Paprikash
Unlike a gulyas, which is a Hungarian beef stew, chicken paprikash is much more similar to chicken and dumplings. Serve this dish with dumpling-like egg noodles. Get the full recipe here!
3. Slow Cooker Bolognese
Why is Bolognese such a favorite across the globe? It’s unlike many meat-based sauces in that it’s more sweet than savory. A typical Bolognese combines bright vegetables (e.g. carrots, sweet yellow onions) and red wine along with red meat with hearty pasta to capture the crumbled meat. Get the full recipe here!
2. Tasty Pad Thai
For those who haven’t tried it yet, it’s a rice noodle dish with a salty, sweet, sour, and slightly spice flavor profile typically served with shrimp, and of course a little scrambled egg, and it’s typically all topped with crushed peanuts. We wanted to capture the authentic flavor of Pad Thai as much as possible. Get the full recipe here!
1. Irresistible Italian Tiramisu
When it comes to after-dinner treats, there is one classic that always hits the spot: Tiramisu. This perfect, Italian dessert is a little cakey, a little creamy, and always has that amazing layer of coffee flavor added to the mix. Get the full recipe here!
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