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Looking for easy step-by-step instructions for different cooking techniques? These simple recipes will help you master the basics!
Don’t just serve radishes raw—a quick stint in the oven mellows out this vegetable for a unique side dish.
Slow Cooked Chuck Roast
Herbs and beef broth infuse flavor into this chuck roast, which gets fork-tender in a slow cooker.
Roasting gives this cruciferous vegetable caramelized edges and a tender center.
Onions cook down into an almost jam-like consistency that can be topped on burgers, stirred into sour cream for a dip, or combined with beef broth for French onion soup.
Buttery Sautéed Mushrooms
Pair these sultry mushrooms with pork chops as a side, throw into a hearty soup, or stir into risotto.
Eaten on its own or used to bulk up soups or stews, barley is a high-fiber, often-overlooked grain.
Crumbled Italian Sausage
The versatile sausage link can be cooked in the casing or removed from it and crumbled, like in this recipe.
Serve this springtime veg with garlic aioli for dipping or just a drizzle of melted butter.
Roasted Whole Chickens
Cooking two chickens at the same time means less effort and a surplus of poultry to use all week.
Ginger–Green Onion Sauce
The options are endless with this versatile Asian-inspired sauce. Some options: Drizzle over pork or chicken, stir into warm rice, or toss with noodles.
Broccoli Rabe with Red Pepper Flakes and Garlic
Golden garlic slivers and pepper flakes jazz up this side dish. If desired, broccolini can sub in for broccoli rabe.
This spin on the Greek tzatziki sauce combines the coolness of grated cucumber with the punch of fresh garlic. Scoop up with pita triangles or spoon over chicken.
Cooked Brown Rice
Swapping out water for chicken or vegetable broth when cooking any type of rice is a simple step to bump up the flavor.
Use these baby potatoes as a side dish or toss with greens and top with fried eggs to easily transform into a meal.
Roasted Grape Tomatoes
Grape tomatoes take on another form when roasted to caramelization. From side dish to condiment to pasta sauce, the uses are endless.
Roasted Butternut Squash Chunks
Using pre-cut packaged butternut squash is an efficient time-saver. Toss these roasted pieces into a salad or mash with a touch of milk and butter.
Using medium-ground polenta or cornmeal requires a longer cooking time for the dish but is well worth the results.
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