Yucatán Pollo Pibil (Slow-Cooked)

Yucatán Pollo Pibil (Slow-Cooked)

Pibil was a method to prevent the meat from spoiling. It dates back to the time of the Maya civilization in Yucatán. The mild yet earthy, slightly bitter achiote, aka annatto, matches perfectly to the sour orange-vinegar-juice in the seasoning called ‘recardo rojo’. If you can get a hold of banana leaves, place one in the pot and enclose all the meat and vegetables in it. ...
Thailandese Pad See Ew

Thailandese Pad See Ew

The Chinese-influenced Thai dish, Pad See Ew, translates to "fried soy sauce." It is comparable to its sibling dish, Pad Thai, which uses thinner rice noodles. While Pad Thai is more sweet and savory, Pad See Ew has a deeper flavor and delicious texture from slightly charred noodles. The highlight of Pad See Ew is the crunchiness coming from the vegetables. ...
Indian Masoor Dal

Indian Masoor Dal

No matter the occasion, this easy and fast Indian lentil soup will lighten up your mood. Its aromatic spice blend will cover your home with an exotic breeze and transfer you into a dream of wellness and relaxation. Coconut milk adds a hint of sweetness. Select from plenty of toppings to make it your personal feel-good-favorite. ...
Indonesian Gulai

Indonesian Gulai

Chicken or another protein of choice simmers in a rich coconut sauce with a note of lemongrass, galangal, and makrut lime. This is Gulai, an Indonesian favorite. It's simple to prepare and ready in no time. Try to use up some leftover eggs? Gulai make hardboiled eggs appear in a new delight. ...
Yucatán Pollo Pibil (fast-fried)

Yucatán Pollo Pibil (fast-fried)

Pibil was a method to prevent meat from spoiling. It dates back to the time of the Maya civilization in Yucatán. The mild yet earthy, slightly bitter achiote, aka annatto, matches perfectly with the sour orange-vinegar-juice in the seasoning called ‘recardo rojo’. If you have the time, we recommend the authentic slow-cooked version and the addition of salsa bandera. ...
Greek Kleftiko

Greek Kleftiko

Greek kleftiko or klephtiko is a juicy one 'pot' meal that bursts with flavors. It's prepared the Greek way of slow cooking in little portion packages. Originally, they were cooked over hot cool in the soil. Today, the ingredients of each portion are still covered completely in one package, then baked and served as a package. Once plated, it's like digging into a gift of yumminess.
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Lebanese Batata Chap

Lebanese Batata Chap

Batata chap has a crisp outer layer made from mashed potatoes and a juicy filling, seasoned with the Lebanese seven spice blend. Originally from France, the recipe for ‘croquettes’ has been adopted by various cultures. Batata chap is a Mediterranean variation hailing from Beirut, Lebanon. The beauty of this recipe is the diverse filling styles one can make. Branch out to fish, cheese, rice, lentils, or beans. ...
Italian Vellutata

Italian Vellutata

Vellutata, which means "velvety," is a simple and gentle yet elegant soup. What makes it "velvety" is its fusion of a creamy vegetable base topped with a light mushroom sauce. Try diced mushrooms for a change and more texture. Our spice blend adds the extraordinary flavor of precious porcini mushrooms combined with chives and tarragon. If you are not a fan of vegetable cream, serve the sauce with your preferred pasta. ...
Persian Sabzi Polo Mahi

Persian Sabzi Polo Mahi

Sabzi Polo Mahi is one of the many dishes served for Nowruz, the Persian New Year. Fluffy Basmati rice is cooked with fresh herbs, including fenugreek leaves which have an exceptional aroma that you can smell and savor. It makes all the difference. The fish is seasoned with advieh, a Persian spice blend that works as well on poultry. ...