"This was simple and wonderful," one Person said. "The flavour was delicious, and it came together in a flash."
Chunks of browned boneless chicken are coated in a smooth sauce of coconut milk, sugar, soy sauce, and gochujang, a Korean red chile paste.
Whiz together olive oil, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and fresh, soft herbs in a food processor or blender.
Make a simple garlic, white wine, and butter sauce, then add fresh or frozen shrimp and cook until "they turn pink all over."
Genevieve Ko adapted her family friends Grace Han and Pearl Han's supersmart shortcut version of kung pao chicken.
Make these buttermilk pancakes from Alison Roman for breakfast for dinner and delight everyone in the home.
Only eggs, salty potato chips, and olive oil are required. Use thin and crispy potato chips for the best results (not thick kettle chips).
This quick soup has a sweet and tangy taste profile comparable to stir-fried tomato and egg, a popular Chinese meal.