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One of the core principles of NoRecipeRequired is teaching you how to use basic cooking techniques to change and modify your standard dishes – and of course still have them be outstanding. Seasonal changes present great opportunities to do just that, and here I’m going to show you how to “Autumn-ize” a simple seared Halibut recipe. To do that we’re going to use some
One of my favorite soups is Butternut Squash. The soup is sweet and savory, has a beautiful color and texture, and while it’s great all year long, it is the perfect soup for Fall. I make a very traditional butternut squash soup that is great, but in this recipe I change it up with the addition of Coconut and Curry. Th
I try to cook with as many as vegetables as I can. In addition to be healthy for you, they obviously bring a lot of flavors, and textures to a dish. They can also give you a very different experience (flavor and texture) depending on how you cut them. So, it’s important to know various techniques that easily allow you to get different shapes and sizes. In this cooking video, I show you how
Ratatouille is one of my favorite vegetarian dishes, and while it takes a bit of time to prepare it’s well worth it. The combination of vegetables and the rich tomato, garlic and herb flavors is complex and wonderful. This version will take you right to Southern France, and goes great as a side dish, or even on its own with a bit of rice or pasta.
Ingredients for Ratatouille
Agnolotti, ravioli, tortellini….it’s all so good. Stuffed pastas allow you to really show your creativity and personality.
One of the great seasonal dishes, butternut squash soup is perfect as fall ramps up, the leaves change and the pumpkins come out. This version of butternut squash soup is creamy and delicious and makes a great starter to an autumn meal.