Prepare Simple Kalonji Seed Naan

Kalonji Seed Naan recipe

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Naan is probably the easiest yeast-leavened bread you can possibly make at home. It only takes about an hour to prepare (most of that time waiting for the dough to rise), uses ingredients you probably already have in your pantry and doesn’t require any special equipment (not even an oven).

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Make Carrots al Pastor for a New Combination

Carrots al Pastor recipe

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There’s a new restaurant in town called B.S. Taquiera that has a fun, chill environment and good tacos and margaritas. But the one thing that keeps me going back again and again is their cauliflower al pastor. Before my experience there, I’d never had any vegetable that had been “al-pastored.” I thought it was a pretty clever idea so I figured why not give it a go!

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Prepare a Burnt Lemon Chana Dal Soup

Burnt Lemon Chana Dal Soup recipe

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This dish was an accident by all counts. First, I’d intended to buy yellow split peas to make a split-pea soup, but when I got home I realized I’d accidentally picked up a bag of Chana Dal, which is actually a type of chickpea.

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Make Pumpkin-Spiced Rice Pudding

Pumpkin-Spiced Rice Pudding recipe

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There’s a brigade that is very against anything pumpkin-spiced. And you know what, I sort of get it. The pumpkin-spiced latte that is sold at the very popular chain coffee shop is not for me. It tastes like autumnal chemicals and I give it a big “no, thank you.” But I’m here with a recipe that celebrates real pumpkin, no fake syrups, and ground spices that are quintessential to the season we all love so much.

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Bake an Easy Batch of Bagel Chips

Bagel Chips recipe

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While I usually manage to get through bagels I buy individually, buying a whole bag inevitably leaves me with bagels that could be used for a sport in the Winter Olympics (assuming they don’t turn into a fuzzy green science experiment before that).

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Make Seasonal Acorn Squash Salad

Acorn Squash Salad recipe

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I’m always searching for a fall salad to take to gatherings, parties or simply to eat with a seared piece of fish on a random weeknight. This one is currently in heavy rotation. It’s filling and slightly warm and spiced with flavors of the season.

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Create an Easy Cream of Mushroom Soup

Cream of Mushroom Soup recipe

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Fall is finally here and with the weather cooling down, I had a craving for something warm, rich and soul-satisfying. Making a soup can involve a lot of time, particularly one where you need to make a stock or a roux. This is the case with cream of mushroom soup, which usually needs both a vegetable stock and a roux to thicken it.

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Make Ricotta Stuffed Shells with Pumpkin Alfredo

Pumpkin Alfredo Shells recipe

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When the weather changes, all I want to do is hide under a blanket, turn on the tv, get out my fluffy slippers and eat all the carbs in the entire world!

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