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Grand Marnier Deep-Fried Bananas Recipe

A spiked dessert that's just bananas
Jun 24, 2011 4:01 pm
fried bananas
Photo: mjcong on Flickr

One little bite of gooey warm banana encased in crispy coating and you'll be hooked. Serve these nibbles in small dishes as a sweet finale to your meal, on top of vanilla ice cream, or alongside pound cake for a simple and delicious dessert. We like the way Grand Marnier lends a bit of orange essence to the dish, but feel free to substitute Cointreau or sweet sherry.

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Grilled Steak Ramen Recipe

A damn good dinner in 20 minutes
Jun 24, 2011 1:01 pm
steak ramen
Photo: avlxyz on Flickr

College kids in dorm rooms across the nation have been loving ramen's versatility for decades. You too can easily make the cheap package of noodles into a feast simply by adding a ton of veggies, or in this case, some beer-marinated steak.

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Smoked Salmon & Goat Cheese Recipe

A tricked-out take on lox and cream cheese
Jun 24, 2011 8:01 am
smoked salmon goat cheese
Photo: ayngelina on Flickr

This recipe pairs a smoky fish with a tangy cheese and wrap things up nicely with the bite of a chive — the little onion that could. Snipping chives with kitchen shears or simply a pair of sharp clean scissors makes the task of finely chopping them quick and easy, which means you can go straight to the best part: eating the smoked salmon and goat cheese!

Food Republic Whips Something Up

Winner winner, 7/20 dinner
Jun 23, 2011 7:46 pm

Just a reminder from your neighborhood-friendly 7/20 cooks: With this week's recipes, 7 basic ingredients, and 20 minutes you can make dinner for everyone in the house (or just yourself, we know how it goes) with plenty of time leftover to relax.  

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Soy Miso Tuna Sashimi Recipe

Raw tuna with a soy miso flavor you can't resist
Jun 23, 2011 5:01 pm
tuna sashimi
Photo: sashafatcat on Flickr

Sashimi is the Japanese way of saying uncooked. This simple preparation is seasoned with umami-packed miso (fermented soy bean paste) and soy sauce and gets a kick from wasabi (a root vegetable that tastes like hot mustard and horseradish ground together). These are three tasty and versatile Asian ingredients you should have on hand at all times.

Asian-Style Broccolini Recipe

Quick and Easy Vegetable Side
Jun 23, 2011 5:01 pm
photo: kellyhogaboom on Flickr

Broccolini is a cross between broccoli and Chinese kale and is sometimes (though less and less often) called baby broccoli. It's bitter and goes great with ingredients like ginger, sesame, soy, and even fish sauce. It has a natural affinity for garlic and olive oil, and is most often served that way in Italian households, but we love this version's unexpected bold flavors, which...

Simple Flatbread Recipe

Perfect for an ultra-thin pizza crust or with dips
Jun 23, 2011 9:01 am
Simple flatbread
Photo: scaredy_kat on Flickr

What makes bread flat? Skip the yeast and you've got a cracker-thin carb to haul any of your favorite flavor combos. Get creative with the toppings of your choice or simply slice it into strips and dip in olive oil or hummus.

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Simple Kale Avocado Salad Recipe

A creative way to get your daily doses
Jun 22, 2011 6:31 pm
kale salad
Photo: jkwerner2 on Flickr

Raw kale can be touch and go for those of you who don't really like the slightly bitter and pungent taste of dark greens. With a little bit of help — in this case from the mighty avocado — you can transform kale into a delicious and quick salad, perfect for any meal.

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