These are the dishes that represent a place on a plate, they're those classics you just gotta try from Lebanese Lemonade to Portuguese Pineapple Cake, and, of course, our easy, healthy version of those recipes.
One of our all-time favorite vegetarian Mexican recipes? Definitely rajas! This easy recipe is made with just a few ingredients -- charred poblano peppers, caramelized onions, Mexican oregano, and tart crema -- but it's a classic combo of charred, sweet, and spicy that we love about Mexican food.
Inspired by the late great chef Joël Robuchon's famous pureed potatoes, this is an easy recipe for uber decadent pureed potatoes. These are the potatoes you make when you want to pull out all the stops!
Wondering how to make horchata? We've got you covererd. This Mexican horchata recipe is super classic except that we use dates instead of granulated sugar to sweeten in because we want to be a touch healthier!
My latest obsession has been this buttermilk and strawberry lassi. Some swear you must use whole milk yogurt to call it a lassi, but I like the tang and frothiness that comes from blended buttermilk. From there, riff as you please, but don’t skip the cardamom and rosewater because they take it from meh to a tall sip of India.
There are times you gotta go 100% classic. Like with tiramisu. A few quality ingredients and a little extra effort means the difference between a soggy or heavy version or a light, airy, not-too-sweet one like this recipe!
People are really particular about this sandwich. If we're calling a spade a spade, it's basically Niçoise Salad in a sandwich but people tend to get really offended if you say that. So, instead, I'll just say this: on my trip to Provence, I was eating this sandwich on the regular. There are countless variations, but this version is my favorite.