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NYT Cooking: This large, fluffy pancake is excellent for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dessert any time of year. And it comes together in about five blessed minutes. Just dump all… Breakfast Dishes, Breakfast Time, Breakfast Recipes, Pancake Recipes, Breakfast Ideas, Baby Food Recipes, Brunch Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Skillet Recipes

NYT Cooking: This large, fluffy pancake is excellent for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dessert any time of year. And it comes together in about five blessed minutes. Just dump all of the ingredients into a blender, give it a good whirl, pour it into a heated skillet sizzling with butter, and pop it into the oven. Twenty-five minutes later? Bliss.

Chicken Breasts with Lemon. From NYT Cooking: Pierre Franey brought to The Times in 1992 in one of his Gourmet columns. Turkey Recipes, Chicken Recipes, Dinner Recipes, Healthy Chicken, Grilled Chicken, Dinner Ideas, Carne, Cooking Recipes, Healthy Recipes

In this recipe, which Pierre Franey brought to The Times in 1992 in one of his 60-Minute Gourmet columns, two tablespoons of lemon rind are added to a simple sauce of lemon juice, thyme, garlic and shallots. It is, at once, lively and elegant. (Photo: Michael Kraus for The New York Times)

These potatoes are beloved by children and adults alike, and they are very easy . - These potatoes are beloved by children and adults alike, and they are very easy to make. Just cube - Roasted Potato Recipes, Roasted Potatoes, Potatoes In Oven, Italian Potatoes, Italian Roast, Cooking Recipes, Healthy Recipes, Nigella Lawson, Potato Dishes

These potatoes are beloved by children and adults alike, and they are very easy to make. Just cube the potatoes (don't bother to peel) and tumble them into a pan. Pour on the olive oil, sprinkle the oregano, peel the garlic cloves (you don't even have to do that if you're pushed for time), mix everything together and stick the dish in the oven. Serve alongside some lamb chops and a simple salad, or just the salad. (Photo: Jim Wilson/The New York Times)

 May be known as a kid favorite, but it's hard to find an adult who doesn't enjoy them just as much. And there's a lot to love when a crisp, golden brown coating meets juicy, tender chicken strips. Baked Chicken Tenders, Breaded Chicken, Roasted Chicken, Deep Fried Recipes, A New York Minute, Chicken Tender Recipes, Most Popular Recipes, Favorite Recipes, The Help

NYT Cooking: Chicken tenders may be known for being a kid favorite, but it's hard to find an adult who doesn't enjoy them just as much. And there's a lot to love when a crisp, golden brown coating meets juicy, tender chicken strips. This weeknight version strays slightly from the traditional deep-fried recipe: It can be pan-fried (see tip below), but shines when baked in the oven...

NYT Cooking: Chicken alla cacciatora, or hunter’s style, is found all over Italy — but for a long time, tomatoes were not. Most American k. Turkey Recipes, Chicken Recipes, Dinner Recipes, Homemade Mashed Potatoes, Cooking Recipes, Healthy Recipes, Cooking Rice, Cooking Videos, Cooking Classes

NYT Cooking: Chicken alla cacciatora, or hunter’s style, is found all over Italy — but for a long time, tomatoes were not. Most American know the southern Italian version, with tomatoes, but this one is from Umbria, in the country's center, and it’s made savory with lemon, vinegar, olives and rosemary instead of tomatoes. It’s lovely served with steamed greens dressed with a fruity o...

Roasted Salmon Glazed with Brown Sugar and Mustard Recipe - NYT Cooking (This sounds ridiculously, wonderfully easy! Salmon Recipes, Fish Recipes, Seafood Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Healthy Recipes, Cooking Fish, Pan Cooking, Cooking Lamb, Weeknight Recipes

We all want to eat more fish. Here's a quick and easy recipe for sweet and savory salmon. Once you try it, we bet you'll add it to your weekly menu rotation. (Photo: Danny Ghitis for The New York Times)

5 Easy Meals for the Distracted Cook. Basic techniques and simple recipes let you turn your attention to little things like life. Roasted Vegetable Recipes, Roasted Vegetables, Veggie Recipes, Dinner Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Healthy Recipes, Simple Recipes, Cooking App, Budget Cooking

The key to roasting all kinds of vegetables is to know the right temperature for cooking them. Dense, low-moisture vegetables (like the roots and squashes in this recipe) need lower heat and more time in the oven than vegetables with more moisture, like eggplant or zucchini. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

Broiled Salmon With Chile, Orange and Mint Butter Recipe - NYT Cooking Smoked Salmon Recipes, Fish Recipes, Seafood Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Fish Dishes, Main Dishes, Salmon Fillets, Butter Recipe, Fish And Seafood

Any salmon, especially the deep red wild sockeye, will benefit from a generous dollop of this smoked salmon butter. (Photo: Lisa Nicklin for The New York Times)

Brussels sprouts cozy up to chicken in this sheet pan supper. When the brussels are blasted with enough heat, they get intensely sweet, losing the mustardy, cabbage-like bite they have when they are c (Baking Chicken Bone In) Roast Fish, Sheet Pan Suppers, Roasted Chicken, Cashew Chicken, Baked Chicken, So Little Time, Coriander Seeds, Ground Coriander, Chicken Recipes

NYT Cooking: Brussels sprouts cozy up to chicken in this sheet pan supper. When the brussels are blasted with enough heat, they get intensely sweet, losing the mustardy, cabbage-like bite they have when they are cooked to a lesser degree. Both sprouts and chicken caramelize and brown, getting soft in the middle and crisp at the edges. Coriander seeds add a citrus spiciness to the p...

NYT Cooking: A savory, fast weeknight meal, these drumsticks will roll off the broiler pan or grill juicy and burnished, and the cashew… Cashew Chicken, Garlic Chicken, Boneless Chicken, Grilled Chicken, Easy Weeknight Dinners, Weeknight Recipes, Chicken Seasoning, Food Processor Recipes, Chicken Recipes

A savory, fast weeknight meal, these drumsticks will roll off the broiler pan or grill juicy and burnished, and the cashew sauce is even more marvelous than most peanut satays. It has a salty, buttery richness that tames the heat from the chili, and a touch of sweetness from a dash of brown sugar. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

Lindy Boggs’s Oven-Fried Chicken Recipe Honey Fried Chicken, Making Fried Chicken, Easy Roast Chicken, Oven Roasted Chicken, Oven Chicken, Fried Chicken Recipes, Nytimes Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Most Popular Recipes

NYT Cooking: Lindy Boggs, who represented New Orleans in Congress for 18 years, was as astute in the kitchen as she was in politics, and deployed the knowledge that she had gained growing up on a Louisiana plantation in both. Mrs. Boggs, a Democrat who championed women’s economic concerns, did all the cooking for her yearly garden soirees, which were attended by more than 1,000 gue...

Meatballs With Any Meat Recipe - NYT Cooking: 5 Easy Meals for the Distracted Cook Cooking Without A Recipe, Meat Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Supper Recipes, Oven Recipes, Cooking Ideas, How To Cook Meatballs, Cooking Meatballs, Chicken Meatballs

Making great meatballs is all about memorizing a basic ratio that you can adjust to suit your taste. Start with a pound of ground meat — any kind will work, even fish if you want to take it in that direction. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

In japan, teriyaki is a mix of soy sauce, sake and the rice wine mirin, whi Seattle Teriyaki Recipe, Nytimes Recipes, Asian Kitchen, Soy Sauce, Teriyaki Sauce, Special Recipes, Grilling Recipes, Rice Wine, Asian Recipes

In Japan, teriyaki is a mix of soy sauce, sake and the rice wine mirin, which imparts a subtle sweetness. The teriyaki found throughout Seattle, of which this is an adaptation, is a bit more showy. Cooks sweeten with white sugar and pineapple juice. They thicken with cornstarch. Ginger and garlic go into the mix because of the Korean ancestry of many cooks. It is not at all traditional, but it is simple to prepare and addictive to eat. (Photo: Craig Lee for The New York Times)