Charred Brussels Sprouts and Leek Muchim With Coffee-Dijon Dressing Recipe

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] This salad pays tribute to one of my all-time favorite Korean banchan, pa-muchim, a marinated scallion salad of raw shaved onions and scallions dressed with mustard, vinegar, gochugaru, and sesame oil. Pa-muchim is traditionally served as an accompaniment to samgyeopsal, or grilled pork belly; wrapped together in a lettuce leaf, pa-muchim’s acidity and underlying bitterness from mustard […]

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Lightened-Up Slow-Cooker Chicken Buffalo Dip

Level:Easy Total: 2 hr 15 min Prep: 15 min Cook: 2 hr Yield:12 servings (1/4 cup per person) Nutrition InfoNutritional Analysis Per Serving Calories 170 calorie Total Fat 11 grams Saturated Fat 1.5 grams Cholesterol 15 milligrams Sodium 350 milligrams Carbohydrates 6 grams Protein 12 grams Sugar 1 grams Ingredients Deselect All Two 8-ounce packages reduced-fat cream cheese, cut into […]

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Thick and Creamy Tomato Soup Recipe

[Photograph: Vicky Wasik] With only a splash of cream per serving, the secret to the creamy consistency of this tomato basil soup is carrot purée. Its subtle sweetness mellows the acidity of canned tomatoes, for a hearty soup that feels like a meal on its own. Finished with a handful of fresh basil, this soup is the perfect accompaniment to […]

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Nam Prik Ong (Thai Pork-and-Tomato Chile Dip) Recipe

[Photograph: Derek Lucci] Chile relishes or dips, called nam prik, are essential components to a well-rounded, multi-dish Thai meal. Served with an assortment of raw, blanched, or steamed vegetables, a spicy nam prik acts as a palate cleanser and refresher—the vegetables provide fresh crunch that complements the sinus-clearing power of the pounded chiles in the dip. Nam prik ong, found […]

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Gai Pad King (Thai Chicken and Ginger Stir-Fry) Recipe

[Photograph: Derek Lucci] The influence of Chinese cooking can be found in many Thai dishes, and gai pad king—stir-fried chicken with ginger and wood ear mushrooms*—is a prime example of Thai-Chinese cuisine. This dish starts with a paste made from pounding fresh ginger with white peppercorns and aromatics, which is then stir-fried with chicken, more sliced fresh ginger, wood ear […]

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