Ottolenghi Style: Tagliatelle With Walnuts Recipe

Cheesy, herby pasta studded with crunchy nuts
Nov 10, 2014 4:00 pm

You've been waiting for the sequel, we've been waiting for the sequel — everyone's been waiting for London-based chef Yotam Ottolenghi's follow-up to his smash hit cookbook Plenty. The wait is over: Plenty More is on the shelves. Get to know the vegetarian dishes you love on a more intimate level and add a few to your repertoire. Meat-free food simply doesn't get better than this. 

Vegan Snacktime: Baked Eggplant Fries Recipe

Now all we need is a really great veggie burger!
Oct 31, 2014 11:00 am
baked eggplant fries

Looking for a vegan recipe everyone will love? We're sure your strategy of "just make it without the bacon" will work and everything, but just in case it doesn't, there's Robin Robertson, author of more than 20 healthy living cookbooks. Her latest, Vegan Without Borders, is a trove of nutritious vegan recipes that don't lack anything but a big group of hungry people chowing down on it. Make these crunchy baked eggplant fries and you may never go back to potatoes.

That's One French Tart. Make This Pissaladière Recipe

Savory caramelized onion and briny olive pizza
Oct 20, 2014 2:00 pm

This savory caramelized onion tart hails from Nice in the Provence region of France. Known for its thick dough and lusty topping of flavorful onion confit and luscious Caillette or Niçoise olives, this sophisticated pizza can be enjoyed as an appetizer or main dish.

Meatless Monday: Our 20 Favorite Vegetarian Recipes Of Right Now

You won't miss the meat in our greatest veggie hits
Oct 6, 2014 12:00 pm

Let's hear it for broccoli rabe–stuffed shells! Really, if someone's serving that up, are you mad? If someone asked you, "Hey, do you want fawaffle with hummus in the nooks and crannies or meatloaf?" would you have to think about it for a second? Tonight, we bring you our greatest vegetarian hits of late — curried, blackened, spiraled-out, stuffed, ginger beer-battered and more — all in one convenient place. 

Crispy-Bottomed Oyster Mushroom Steaks With Chimichurri Sauce Recipe

A vegetarian steak even meat-eaters will love
Sep 30, 2014 10:00 am
Photo: Evan Sung

The best steak you’ll ever have may just be a mushroom. But not just any mushroom: An oversized cluster of the oyster variety that crisps up in the pan, developing a deep brown crust and undeniable meatiness that just might just have you convinced, if only for a moment, that you’re eating a hunk of meat instead of a mycological miracle.

Check Out This Video Of A Spiral Vegetable Tart, Then Try The Recipe

A hypnotizing vegetarian tart packed with flavor
Sep 29, 2014 10:00 am

This vegetable tart uses seasonal vegetables to create a beautiful spiral pattern. The vegetarian dish is much easier than it appears, and is sure to be a hit at your next dinner party. The crème fraîche and Dijon add a subtle creaminess to the base of the tart without overpowering the veggies. Be sure to be bake till the crust is a nice, deep golden brown.

Yellow Mung Beans With Fresh Spinach Recipe

Tender beans topped with fried garlic and ginger
Sep 22, 2014 11:00 am

Slow-cooker chili is great, but if you're looking for a "set it and forget it" recipe with a little more spice, pick up a copy of author Neela Paniz's The New Indian Slow Cooker. This collection of classic Indian recipes made even simpler with your slow-cooker is a surefire way to ease into fall and winter cuisine.

Watch Us Make Asparagus With A Poached Egg

There's music, lemon-herb dressing, yolk porn...
Sep 17, 2014 2:30 pm

You can invent all the sauce for all the asparagus in the world, but nothing will top the oozing golden yolk of a perfectly poached egg. Cut through the richness with a drizzle of fresh lemon-herb dressing and serve as a first course or light lunch — we'll take you through it in our step-by-step video, right up to the glorious moment fork meets egg. 


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