Swap the fresh mozzarella… The name of the game is melting cheeses tonight. Diced lunch meat or shredded leftovers are great here, too. Master recipe: Spinach and Feta Cooked Like Saag Paneer. Fruits and Veggies. Ad Choices, Epi's Cook-With-What-You've-Got Recipe Finder. Swap the flour and butter… The master recipe instructs you to make a flaky pie dough, but you can achieve equally good results with store-bought pie dough (the kind that rolls out), puff pastry, several stacked layers of phyllo, or even pizza dough (make your own or buy some from the grocery store or your nearest pizza joint). Of course, the legume, the broth, and the type of vegetables are all flexible, and though the side of bread and the egg on top are both great, they’re optional. Swap the spices… for dried herbs such as thyme, mint, oregano, or a blend such as herbs de Provence. Swap the white wine… with red wine or dry vermouth, or skip it entirely and use just a splash of white wine vinegar instead. Or go the tuna casserole route: throw in a couple of cans of tuna or some crumbled smoked trout. Use the method described here to marble the broth with wispy beaten eggs, like egg-drop soup, after removing the squash and leeks. To revisit this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. One note: if you go for pickle juice, go light on the salt, then taste and adjust seasoning at the end. Add some meat (optional): Have some ground meat (lamb, pork, turkey, chicken, fresh sausage, whatever) you want to use up? Swap the rice… with any cooked grain (barley, quinoa, farro, freekeh, couscous), or serve with bread or flatbread (roti, naan, tortillas) instead. You could also use whey (the liquid fresh mozzarella comes in) or simply water. Swap the spinach… with any hearty green. In this installment, we’ve got safer-at-home birthday budino, black bean breakfast tostadas, grain bowls with my favorite quarantine protein, salmon on the grill and tortilla soup. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (updated as of 1/1/21) and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (updated as of 1/1/21) and Your California Privacy Rights. Find quick & easy Thanksgiving Side 2021 recipes & menu ideas, search thousands of recipes & discover cooking tips from the ultimate food resource for home cooks, Epicurious. Master recipe: Braised Celery With Garlic and Marinated French Lentils. Swap the spices… with a teaspoon or two of ground cumin, fennel seed, fenugreek, asafetida, smoked paprika, and/or almost any spice blend you have in your cabinet. Add some (optional) meat… You probably have leftovers from the meat you slow-cooked a couple of nights ago—get it warm and crispy in a hot skillet with some oil and throw some of it on top of the hummus, either in place of or in addition to the eggs. or red pepper flakes (use however much you think you can handle). After removing the potato and onion from the pan, add a few tablespoons of oil back to the skillet and sauté ½ pound of ground meat along with whatever vegetable swaps you might be using, then pour off any grease and pour the eggs, potato, and onion over the mix. You could also make a big batch of oven grilled cheese to serve on the side. And in fact you can skip all the spices if you want to, and simply season the meat with salt, pepper, and citrus zest. What you want is something with a little sweetness, a little acidity, and a lot of flavor. Gently stir in crabmeat, then form into 4 cakes (2 1/2 to 3 inches in diameter). Make it vegetarian… just leave out the chicken and use vegetable broth or bonito-free dashi instead of chicken stock. It all gets puréed in the blender, so really, any hearty green works. And, of course, a fried egg wouldn’t be out of place. Swap the tuna… for 6 ounces tinned sardines, smoked or tinned salmon, smoked trout, leftover shredded chicken, or whatever meat you made in the slow cooker a few days ago. Swap the potato… with a sweet potato, zucchini, 1 to 2 cups of cooked pasta, rice, or another grain, a 14-ounce can of rinsed and drained chickpeas, or a handful of any cooked vegetable you’re trying to use up. (Softer greens like chard, spinach, and arugula won’t hold up to the heat in the oven.) Epicurious may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. Used butter versus coconut oil. Eggplant is great, but you can also grill (or roast) green beans, zucchini, beets, mushrooms, or any lingering veg you have in the house. Swap the clam juice… for fish stock, the liquid from a can of seafood packed in water, vegetable or chicken stock, water with a splash of fish sauce or anchovy salt, or a combination of ¼ cup dry Sherry (not vinegar) and ¾ cup water. Ribboned salad is just as delicious as shaved salad, trust. Swap the kale… for any hearty green—frozen greens are fine too. Need it faster? For each day there’s an easy “master recipe” to follow, followed by all the ways you can change that recipe to suit what’s in your pantry and fridge. A container of marinated lentils is a godsend to have in the fridge right now—they can be tossed into lunch salads, easten as an easy dinner side, or turned into soups or pastas. Note: The Epicurious editors started cooking through this round on April 13th, 2020 and completed it on April 22nd, 2020. Swap the tomatoes… for whatever toppings you’ve got. Swap the wine… with vermouth or sherry. What all these recipes have in common is the tarka (or tadka), oil or ghee that’s been warmed with spices and is used as a garnish for the finished dish. Swap the chipotle sauce… for chipotle paste, chipotle chile powder, or any chili powder. Swap the brown sugar… for dark brown sugar, white sugar, honey, agave, maple syrup, or apricot or plum jam. Discussion in 'Safety Tips and Things to do While Quarantined' started by Trudie, Mar 14, 2020. (Tomatoes and tomato paste should be cooked down with a little olive oil to make a sauce; beans benefit from being warmed, too.). It’s true! Swap the chicken breasts… for boneless, skinless chicken thighs, or drumsticks with the skin removed. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (updated as of 1/1/21) and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (updated as of 1/1/21) and Your California Privacy Rights. Get comfort and your daily dose of vitamins with salad pasta (not to be confused with pasta salad). Toasted nuts or coconut flakes are a great way to add texture. If you go the onion route, slice them as thinly as you can into strips, not rings. If you have garlic powder, add a teaspoon. I make this using Honey & Cos recipe from their cookbook, but Epicurious has a pretty similar version. Or go a little softer with mayonnaise, tahini, almond butter, miso, tomato paste, or Greek yogurt. Master recipe: Saucy Beans and Artichokes. Swap the grape tomatoes... for cherry tomatoes or quartered plum tomatoes. Too on the nose? These are my favourite global recipes to inspire you during quarantine. Made as outlined, using petrale sole from Pike Place Fish Market in Seattle. Add about a teaspoon of kosher salt, too. Swap the spaghetti… for a pound of any pasta, including whole grain and gluten-free pastas. There’s broth there to keep things saucy, but the bright yellow rice noodles are really the star. Don’t have time to shape a bunch of meatballs into perfect spheres? Mussels and clams will be great here—scrub them and grab the biggest soup pot you’ve got. Swap the oregano… Dried marjoram is an easy substitute for oregano, but you could also use thyme (dried or fresh), dried rosemary, or dried parsley. Swap the polenta… for grits; or make risotto and spoon ragu over that instead. Swap the scallops… with raw peeled shrimp (frozen are fine: thaw them in a bowl of cool water for about 30 minutes before continuing with the recipe) or whole fish fillets cooked using the cold-pan method. The recipe is very forgiving, so if you want a thinner batter (I usually do) feel free to add a bit more liquid that what this calls for. Find Sunday Supper 2021 recipes, menu ideas, and cooking tips for all levels from Bon Appétit, where food and culture meet. Swap the cilantro… with fresh mint, fresh parsley, or just skip the garnish. Nothing feeds your soul quite like a big bowl of pasta; but nothing feeds your body quite like a big bowl of greens. Find Lard ideas, recipes & cooking techniques for all levels from Bon Appétit, where food and culture meet. Swap the red peppers… for jarred roasted peppers or quartered artichoke hearts. Swap the flour… with Wondra, cake flour, cornstarch, potato starch, or chickpea flour. My tip: Take an inventory of what you have first by cleaning out your pantry and refrigerator before shopping. Add beans and simmer over medium-low heat for about 15 minutes. Of course, a very flexible meal plan calls for a very flexible grocery list, and we have a list for Round 1 here, a list for Round 2 here, and a list for Round 3 here. Swap the toast… with any other carb, such as rice, flatbread, pita, or tortillas. It’s time to look to your root veg stash if the fridge is getting bare: carrots, radishes, turnips, beets. Swap the cilantro… with any combination of tender herbs you have: parsley and mint are great options. Swap the oregano… for dried rosemary, marjoram, or thyme. If you’re lucky enough to have some super-seasonal ramps, slice the base stem and use those, then save the leafy green tops for garnishing. Or, if you’re done with dairy for the week, fill the pies with whatever you want: stewed meat, ground lamb, cooked vegetables (maybe you grilled extra on Day 8 for tonight?). Make it vegetarian… Slow-cook (or pressure-cook!) You can also eat this without any carbs at all, but who wants to do that? Swap the toppings… Mayo, bonito flakes, Tonkatsu sauce, and nori are great for topping this dish, as are gomasio (a mix of sesame seeds and dried garlic) or furikake. Swap the lemon in the salad… for a lime, white or red wine vinegar, sherry vinegar, or whatever salad vinegar you have, plus a little honey or sugar to sweeten it up a bit. Swap the chicken legs… for 2 ½ pounds bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs, wings, or a mix of bone-in chicken parts (cut breasts in half so that they’re roughly the same size as thighs). Dredge cakes in remaining saltine crumbs. Avoid red onions if you can, since they’d turn the broth pink. You’ll want to add some flavor to the tofu, though, so use the sauce and cooking method here. Pork chops are another great option—you’ll want to slice them thinly after poaching since they won’t really shred. Swap the salsa… for an equal amount of diced tomatoes, whether fresh or canned. Use a neutral oil or olive oil and a dash of toasted sesame seeds if you’ve got those around. Tonight you’ll use tortillas in a different way, creating a warm, comforting casserole. Swap the pork… with 6 pounds of boneless chicken thighs, lamb/goat/beef shoulder, brisket, duck legs, etc. Whatever you choose, poach 1½ to 2 pounds more than the recipe calls for and store the extra shredded or sliced protein for Day 6. You could also use smoked paprika or a combination of sweet paprika and cumin to add some of that smoky, earthy flavor that comes from chipotles. Swap the pea shoots and basil… for any tender herbs (tarragon, parsley, etc. Make it vegetarian… by simply leaving the bacon out. Plus, it's a great way to pick up some skills you may even want to use after the quarantine is over. Click here for the grocery list. Anna Stockwell’s secret ingredient here is Bar Harbor Clam Juice, which you can buy online. Master recipe: Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Skillet. Swap the eggs… If you don’t have eggs just leave them out; for added protein, you can toss on extra cheese after it’s baked. Note: The Epicurious editors started cooking this plan on April 1st, 2020 and completed it on April 10th, 2020. Swap the lentils… with brown or black lentils. Swap the lettuces… for endive, butter lettuce, Little Gem, or more crunchy shaved vegetables. All rights reserved. Swap the feta… with paneer? You can also roast some tofu and add that to the sautéed veg at the last minute. Every week we bring you recipe ideas for weeknight suppers, simple lunches, baking projects and freezer meals. In all, the 25-year-old site (with a staff of 10) is a repository of a massive 35,000 recipes from Bon Appetit, Gourmet, Self, House & Garden and Epicurious itself. Gluten-free pastas work too. Delicious wacky cake is an assertive and out-of-type dessert. Together. Swap the rice… for any kind of grain, such as steamed barley or quinoa. Swiss, cheddar, havarti: they all work. Swap the chickpeas in the hummus… with roughly 2 pounds of any cooked bean, canned or homemade. Here’s how it works: Below you’ll find a 10-day plan of very flexible recipes. You can also use sweet potatoes, diced winter squash, cauliflower, or a can of rinsed and drained chickpeas. You could also use chickpea flour, rice flour, or whole wheat flour if you don’t have all-purpose. The trick is making it actually feel like dinner (not that we have anything against breakfast-for-dinner). You can also sub in a little bit of dried arbol chili (watch out—those things are fiery!) If you have a grill, this is an optimal time to use it. (If all you have is powdered onion and/or garlic, add ½ teaspoon of each, or a full teaspoon of only one.). Swap the lime and cilantro… for green sauce, which you can make at the beginning of the week and keep on hand for saucing practically anything. Or skip the chicken and use a boneless turkey breast, duck breast, or skinless fish fillets. This recipe comes from Epi contributor Priya Krishna, whose cookbook Indian-ish is an easy favorite of ours. For red pepper flakes, swap in any chile flake you like. In these simple recipes, that dream comes true. Swap the tomato soup… for more canned tomatoes, any jarred salsa, or… marinara if you’re really in a pinch. Swap the limes… for grapefruit, lemon juice, or vinegar (red wine, white wine, white distilled, cider, rice, or Sherry vinegars are all fine). Lots of chefs are sharing easy recipes that are tasty, minimal, and economical. Make-Ahead Crispy Chicken Cutlets from Epicurious. Swap the garlic… with handful of a thinly-sliced onion or 1 teaspoon dried, powdered garlic or onion. If you plan on turning this into tacos, shredded cabbage is another contender for added freshness. We also love large white beans here, but really any bean will work. Swap the Parmesan… for any hard cheese such as Romano, Asiago, aged Gouda, or Cotija. Swap the green chilies… with any fresh red chilies. You can also sub in any other jar of salsa you have (green, black bean, etc.). To revisit this article, select My⁠ ⁠Account, then View saved stories. Or skip the cheese altogether and add a different creamy element. Swap the cream… for half-and-half, milk, or any plant-based dairy alternative (cashew milk would be especially good here). Swap the red pepper flakes… for any other chile flake you have on hand, or a drizzle of chili oil, or a few dashes of hot sauce. (Click the circle again to deselect it, and press the reset button to start over.) It’s a guide to cooking with what you have, and inspiration for people who don’t know what to cook next. Master method: How to Turn Scrambled Eggs Into Dinner. Swap the canned tomatoes… for salsa (any kind you’ve got). This one is easy: scramble some eggs, put a salad on top, and eat it with or without thick pieces of toast. You can also use halloumi, queso blanco, queso fresco, or another non-melting cheese. Added capers to butter before placing sauce over sole. The master recipe suggests quick-cooking scallops, but the same method works for peeled shrimp. Grab it, cut it into cubes (it should be a solid block by now), coat the cubes with grated Parmesan, and then sear them into crispy-on-the-outside, creamy-on-the-inside golden nuggets to toss through your weekly dose of something fresh and green. Swap the flour… you can use sourdough starter discard for this recipe pretty easily. Just drop dollops of the ground-meat mixture on the pan for a freeform version. Swap the mint in the salad… with any tender herbs you happen to have. Repeat. We’ll be showing our cooking on Instagram, at @epicurious and also our individual feeds: @davidtamarkin, @acstockwell, @pithzester, @emnanjohnson, @spena, @tiffyhop, @lejosef, @kendrakendrakendra, @travis.rainey, etc. Use some in the spice rub. Roast them in a big batch (you can use leftovers for breakfasts, lunches, and dinners down the line) or steam them according to the master recipe. Swap the onion… for a couple of shallots, a few cloves of garlic, a handful of scallions, or a (thoroughly washed) leek. The recipe suggests avocado, queso fresco, and cilantro, but you can add sliced black olives, sour cream, a different kind of cheese like shredded Monterey jack or cheddar, pickled peppers, pickled red onions, or anything else you might like on nachos. We know that a plan that calls for a strict and specific grocery list doesn’t make sense for right now, when we’re all trying to grocery shop as infrequently as possible (and don’t know what we’ll find when we actually get to the store). Scallops can be used whole. Swap the kale… with any type of hearty green: chard, collard, or mustard greens, broccolini, etc. You get the idea. Swap the slow cooker… with a Dutch oven, and slow-roast in your oven at 300°F until the meat is fall-apart tender, about 6 hours. Start with 2 ½ cups of beans and follow our foolproof bean-cooking method. Swap the canned artichokes… for jarred or frozen artichokes. Master recipe: One-Pan Chicken Drumsticks with Rice and Beans. Swap the onion, celery, and carrot… for any aromatic vegetables you have in the crisper. This dish will look familiar to anyone who loves saag paneer, but it’s especially perfect for right now, since you don’t need to find any paneer—although if you have the time, the milk, and need a project, you could make paneer yourself. The master recipe calls for rotisserie chicken, but you can use any leftover chicken (such as the extra chicken you may have roasted on Day 3). Pulse the cooked greens a few times in a food processor. You can also use a tablespoon or two of Thai green curry paste for a different kind of flavor moment. Swap the yellow lentils… for anything labeled dal in the dried beans section of your grocery store (common ones are toor dal, moong dal, and chana dal), dried red lentils, green lentils (not French), brown lentils, or anything labeled split pea. See recipe. Hopefully you haven’t finished it yet, because we’re going to lean on it one more time for an almost vegetarian Bolognese. Swap the lemon juice… for Sherry vinegar, white wine vinegar, a vinegar-based hot sauce, or about half the amount of cider vinegar or plain white vinegar. Swap the frozen peas… for green beans (frozen or fresh), frozen corn kernels, or broccoli florets. Try restaurateur and baker Jim Lahey’s no-knead version. Swap the flour for dusting… with fine cornmeal, masa harina, semolina, chickpea flour, bread flour, whole wheat flour, or cornstarch. Master recipe: Cheesy Loaded Sweet Potatoes. Or just leave the meat out entirely. But to encourage a little community, the Epicurious editors and I started cooking from this plan on Wednesday, April 1st; we'll start round three of Cooking Through It (see the plan below) on Monday, April 27th. With love, Painting Seniors Spring 2020 To revisit this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. My favorite add-in combination is leftover charred cabbage and a freshly shredded carrot, but you’ll see by the recipe that you really can add nearly anything to the batter before cooking it off in a pan. Alternatively, you can use any of these herbs fresh—just toss a few whole stems into the pan and fish them out when you’re ready to serve. Master recipe: Pantry Salad With Polenta Croutons. If you're feeling like some crispy chicken goodness but are feeling guilty about the grease, try this recipe with no messy dredging or frying required. You could also use the same amount of dry Sherry, white wine, or vermouth. Remember the marinated lentils (or beans) you made a few days ago? How to assemble: * Preheat oven. Really—use kale, collards, mustard greens, or even broccoli. Master recipe: Sausage and Greens Sheet-Pan Dinner, A hot oven, a sheet pan, some sausage, and some vegetables—that’s all you need tonight. To revisit this article, select My⁠ ⁠Account, then View saved stories. Master recipes: Cheesy Hand Pies and Shaved Vegetable Salad. When it comes to a frittata, almost anything goes. They stretch back to 1965. You can also use a semi-firm cheese, such as Gruyère or Gouda. Pile it up. Swap the brussel sprouts and kale… with other thinly-sliced raw vegetables such as cabbage, carrots, radishes, bok choy, or fennel. Scroll to the bottom of this page. Raid your spice cabinet for what you do have (the flavor won’t be the same, but the method will still work). Swap the jalapeños… for any fresh chili or about 1 teaspoon of red pepper flakes. Or skip the carbs altogether. © 2021 Condé Nast. Hard squash works too, as well as cauliflower, fennel, and celery. Master recipe: Shrimp Poached in Coconut Milk with Fresh Herbs. Master recipes: Big-Batch Parmesan Polenta and 15-Minute Meat Sauce. You already know that tortillas are a lifesaver when you have random bits of vegetables and cooked meats that are screaming to be made into tacos. Dollops of ricotta or cottage cheese would also work (think of the ricotta pools on a white pizza). Making it feels like you’re probably doing something wrong, but the finished spicy, crunchy, rich, and saucy casserole is oh so right. Aim for 2 or 3 eggs per person. I've been reading the Tried and True Recipes from Epicurious.com thread. Then garnish with whatever you’ve got: fresh herbs, toasted breadcrumbs, chopped nuts, thinly-sliced red onion, and any and all pickles. Right now our cooking has to be more flexible than ever, so here's a guide to cooking with whatever you have on hand—and a community that will cook along with you. Swap the cheese… with vegan cheese. Swap the garlic… for extra onion or 1½ teaspoons garlic powder. Make it vegetarian: Use a block of firm or extra-firm tofu in place of the sausage. And we’re cooking more. Add an egg (optional)… because you can never go wrong with a hard-boiled egg. * Add pumpkin puree - beat another 2 minutes, until smooth. Feta, however, gives the perfectly-seasoned greens a delicate tangy flavor we love just as much. Get Cookin’. There are plenty of other ways to make this soup delish. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. This is especially true when you’re doing tons of cooking and need a night when dinner will be quick and painless. Food and Recipes while under Coronavirus quarantine. Add a sauce… Use the master recipe for grilled cabbage to make the pancetta vinaigrette with bacon, salami, or any other cured meat you have on hand. * Whip up butter and sugar until frothy. Swap the lime juice… with lemon juice, white wine vinegar, cider vinegar, rice vinegar, cane vinegar, or coconut vinegar. Since 1995, Epicurious has been the ultimate food resource for the home cook, with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and, oh yeah, over 33,000 recipes. Note: Round Three of Cooking Through It will begin April 27th. Swap the ginger… for fresh turmeric or 1 teaspoon of dried ginger plus a squeeze of lemon or lime juice. What do you call an easy sheet-pan dinner of chicken breasts nestled into burst tomatoes and dripping with melted mozzarella? Spread hummus, refried beans, or mashed avocado onto the cooked potatoes, or try slathering on some yogurt. Swap the pasta… for any other short pasta: bowties, casarecce, fusilli, rotini—just no long noodles. Dal (or dhal), the South Asian stew of pulses or legumes, comes together in very little time. Swap the peperoncini and sliced onions… for any toppings you like: sliced black olives, mushrooms that have been cooked separately on the stove, crumbled bacon, pickled jalapeños, anchovies. Keep in mind that homemade dough takes time to rise, so depending on the recipe you choose, you may need to make it a day early. And honey, agave, or plain old sugar can stand in for maple syrup if need be. Soup Recipes Epicurious – Soup Recipes Epicurious | Allowed to my own blog, on this moment We’ll explain to you concerning keyword. ), Master recipe: Spaghetti with Tuna, Tomatoes, and Olives. See the full meal plan below. I chop the cauliflower before roasting it for a more even bake. Add ons: You can eat this hash as is, with or without an egg; or you could spoon it over steamed rice, stir-fry it with leftover rice from Day 4, or pile it into tortillas for taco night. Swap the shallots… with thinly-sliced red or sweet onion. It's one of our favorite quick breads to have around the house for breakfast—and mid-day nibbling. Add ons… If you’re one of the millions making sourdough right now, this broth is ideal for dunking. In a large (4-quart) saucepan, cook bacon over medium heat until crisp, about 4 minutes. The current cooking moment calls for making dinner with whatever you have on hand, so here's a tool to help you find the recipes you need. To go with, make a crunchy salad out of shaved root vegetables and other fresh things that keep for a long time in storage. This simple six-ingredient soup has plenty of hearty vegetables, and it takes very little active time to assemble. This recipe only uses half the kabocha, so save the remainder of the uncooked squash (wrapped, in the fridge) until Day 7. Green Seasoning Baked Cod. Roast them, chop them, and put them in. Plant-based dairy also works; cashew yogurt is especially good. See our How to Make Hummus With Any Bean guide for help. Got garlic powder? Swap the sweet potatoes… with any other yam or potato, such as Russet, Yukon Golds, and even smaller potatoes such as new potatoes or fingerlings. Add an (optional) cured meat or fish… prosciutto, mortadella, and other charcuterie are lovely here, as are smoked salmon, lox, marinated or oil-packed anchovies, or flakes of smoked trout. If you have a stiff starter, use about 3 parts discard to 1 part milk or alt milk or until it reaches a pancake-batter consistency. Cooking Through It: A (Very Flexible) Meal ... - Epicurious Sauce the dish with a green sauce, the Crunchy Spice Oil from Day 1, or simply dash on some hot sauce if you’d like. And by more, I mean constantly. Make it vegetarian… by omitting the chicken and doubling the beans. This dish of stewed artichokes and beans wants to be spooned over toasted bread and eaten by hand as the tomatoey sauce drips back onto your plate. Add ons… this dish is great with crusty bread, but you could also grab a piece of naan or another flatbread to scoop up the saucy beans and ‘chokes. Swap the ground meat… The quick-version meat sauce—which we’ve included in the grocery list—calls for both pork and beef, but any ground meat will work here. Swap the citrus juices… with 1 ¼ cup of any liquid you like: cider, white wine, beer, soda, broth, or simply water. 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