Baked Chicken Samosas with Mint Yogurt Dip

Flaky, easy-to-make Chicken Samosas with Yogurt Mint Dipping Sauce bring the best of Indian street food right to your home. Phyllo make these samosas quick and easy to prepare. Once assembled, baked them in the oven for a crispy exterior with no greasy mess!

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Simply Recipes 2019 Meal Plan: December Week 3

This week is all about quick and easy weeknight dinners (because December): Shrimp and Broccoli Fettuccine, One-Pot Chicken and Rice Soup (hello leftovers!), Kale and Mushroom Cheddar Bake, pork stir fry, and a skillet dinner loaded with cheese and hamburger.

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Queso Dip

Queso Dip

This easy, creamy, and spicy queso dip is so simple to make, you’ll serve it at every football party or friendly get together from today until the end of time. It’s that good! The secret to a creamy luscious queso? Cream cheese. Now go get some chips! Your dip is waiting!

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Here’s a not-recipe recipe to make whenever you get a free moment, or are trying to avoid something more pressing like laundry or sweeping or paying the electric bill: homemade hot cocoa mix. Yes, you can!

Combine 2 parts confectioners’ sugar, 2 parts nonfat dry milk powder, 1 part unsweetened cocoa powder, and 1/2 part malted milk powder. Eyeball some instant espresso powder, salt, and maybe some ground cinnamon or ginger if you feel like it. Make a steamy mug with 2 parts hot water or milk, or a mix, and 1 part hot cocoa mix. Taste and see: Does the mix need more malted milk powder? Probably. Salt? You bet. Adjust accordingly, then divide into jars.

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The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years
The Whirlwind History of Food52's First 10 Years

Food52 turned 10 this year (ICYMI), which got us to reflecting on the past—how we started, how far we’ve come, and everything we’ve done with our community along the way. In our first 10 years, we grew from two employees (see above—hi, A&M!) to 92, collected over 50,000 recipes, moved five times, won quite a few awards, and even baked with Cookie Monster. Below are some of our very favorite moments. If the next decade is this good, we sure have a lot to look forward to.


2004

Amanda meets Merrill.

The two team up for The Essential New York Times Cookbook, the 1,000-plus recipe project that inspires them to launch a startup called Food52.

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We’ve partnered with Cacique®—family-owned makers of authentic Mexican ingredients like cheeses, cremas, and chorizos—to highlight what’s on the forefront of Mexican cuisine, from plant-based takes on classic recipes to the regional dishes you can expect to see more of in 2020. Here, expert chefs, a food writer, and mixologist share their go-to recipes and tips for bringing these Mexican food trends into your kitchen.


Hey, again. The last time we met, I was fresh off a panel discussion all about “What’s Next in Mexican Cuisine,” starring an impressive lineup of culinary voices. Turns out, there are a ton of ingredients, dishes, regions, and cooking techniques we can expect to see and learn more about in the upcoming year.

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Simply Recipes 2019 Gift Guide: Top Picks Under $30

Looking for stocking stuffers or gifts under $30? Let the Simply Team help! With ten standout gifts that won’t break the bank, crossing people off your list has never been easier.

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Boozy Chai-Spiced Apple Cider Punch

This Chai-Spiced Apple Cider Holiday Punch – made with apple cider, brandy, vanilla, and chai tea – is sugar, spice, and everything nice! Easy to scale up or down, it’s ready for your next holiday party.

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Many holiday recipes contain dairy, eggs, or meat (or all of the above). But what if you’re not eating milk or eggs, or entertaining guests that aren’t, or simply want a short respite during the holidays before diving back in again?

Below are 34 of our best vegan holiday recipes—but with no sacrifice in flavor, heartiness, nor coziness—all smartly constructed, rigorously tested, enjoyed, and shared by members of the community. There’s nary a sketchily retrofitted recipe in sight, just vegan dishes that happen to be.

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The experts agree: If you want to get the most out of your sparkling wine, ditch the Champagne flute.
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