Meals Two Ways: 8 Fresh Twists on Everyday Dinners
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Add sesame seeds, orange segments, and ginger-chili sauce to stir-fried beef, and pay delicious homage to the orange's area of origin, Southeast Asia..
Recipe: Stir-Fried Orange Beef with Sesame Seeds
Next: Curried Chicken Stir Fry with New Potatoes and Snow Peas
This dish combines the comfort of potatoes, the warmth of spices, and the crunch of fresh snow peas.
Recipe: Curried Chicken Stir Fry with New Potatoes and Snow Peas
Next: Two new ways to prepare pasta
"It's a simple recipe that relies on the quality of its ingredients," says chef John Baron, who created it. So keep in mind that all olive oil is not created equal, and walk that extra block for the grainy, buttery, sharp tang of true Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. The result will be a bowl of pasta that's nothing short of bliss.
Recipe: Pappardelle with Peas and Parmesan
Next: Pasta with Walnut Pesto Sausage and Broccoli Rabe
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Want to spice up your everyday dinners—fast? Meaty fish like salmon is substantial enough to be served twice, and the ginger-honey marinade is also delicious with haddock, halibut or scallops.
Recipe: Ginger-Honey Glazed Salmon
Next: Roasted Salmon with Raw Corn and Green Onion Relish
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Both the salmon and the relish can be made ahead and served at room temperature.
Recipe: Roasted Salmon with Raw Corn and Green Onion Relish
Next: Two delicious chicken recipes to add to your repertoire
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