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The glaze on these airy donuts achieves its satiny consistency thanks to a combination of clarified butter and evaporated milk.
If piping the jelly into these donuts proves challenging, use a paring knife to hollow out the side of the donut, making a cavity for the jelly.
Fresh blueberries bolstered by jam make these donuts especially flavorful.
These donuts puff up visibly when they are ready to be removed from the frying oil.
This hearty dish of beans and pork is the quintessential Brazilian comfort food. It is traditionally served with garlic rice, sautéed collard greens, a tangy vinaigrette, and farofa, toasted cassava flour.
Tender root vegetables and fried fish make this garlicky stew a satisfying meal.
Our take on this colorful vegetarian terrine features smoky roasted eggplant, peppers, and squash, tangy goat cheese, and a sun-dried tomato pesto.
The quintesential Garifuna breakfast consists of yeasty coconut bread and a warming porridge made with cassava flour.
Garifuna cooks make a starchy plantain mash akin to African fufu and serve it with this basil- and culantro-laced stew.
New Mexico and árbol chiles create a sauce similar to a mole that coats the turkey, while adding spice and depth.
There's an unwavering appeal to the Boston Cream Pie's two layers of golden sponge cake sandwiching thick custard, all topped with a glossy layer of chocolate. Technically, it's not a pie at all.
Grillades are boneless medallions of veal, except when the cook substitutes bone-in "7 steaks," pork medallions, or beef tenderloin. And contrary to your French-English dictionary definition, they are never grilled.
At the Governor's Ball after the 2010 Oscars, we served our pot pies with shaved black truffles, and our celebrity guests loved it because it's just like home cooking, only more luxurious.
During cooking, okra exudes a thick liquid that gives this hearty Cajun stew a sumptuous, silky texture; a little filé powder, made from dried sassafras leaves, further thickens and enriches it. But the backbone of this gumbo, and the source of its smoky flavor, is the roux made by toasting flour in hot oil until it is a deep red-brown.
The recipe for this French Canadian classic came from saveur kitchen assistant and resident Canadian Anne-Marie White. "This is my favorite kind of rustic home cooking," she says, "and the apple cider and warming spices make it a perfect holiday dish."
Making Indian samosas, triangular fried pastries filled with peas and potatoes, is nothing like crafting delicate French pastry.
Bigos—a Polish stew of pork shoulder, bacon, kielbasa, and sauerkraut is perfect for every celebration.
This adaptable stew is from the Brazilian state of Bahia, where Iberian, indigenous, and African foodways intermingle in one of the country's most dynamic cuisines.