15 Ways Melissa Clark & A Sheet Pan Can Rescue Dinner
15 Ways Melissa Clark & A Sheet Pan Can Rescue Dinner on Food52
Food writer and cookbook author Melissa Clark’s name is synonymous with easy-to-make, delicious food, in my book. When I heard the news that Melissa’s new book, Dinner, would be coming out this year,
Cumin Lamb Meatballs With Tahini Yogurt Dipping Sauce
Meatballs are not the kind of thing one would usually think of as quick-and-easy-dinner fare All that rolling and frying can take forever, making meatballs a weekend project for a leisurely afternoon There are, however, shortcuts — if you can suppress your perfectionist urges
Blood Orange Olive Oil Cake
NYT Cooking: There are cakes that can be made without turning on (or having to clean) the food processor or electric mixer. This is one of them. The recipe, inspired by Dorie Greenspan’s extra-virgin olive oil cake, uses blood oranges, which leave the cut loaf dappled with ruby dots. It’s a lovely presentation, but regular oranges could be used, too.
White Bean and Asparagus Salad with Tarragon-Lemon Dressing
This recipe is by Melissa Clark. Tell us what you think of it at The New York Times - Dining - Food.
Roasted Chicken With Potatoes, Arugula and Garlic Yogurt
NYT Cooking: Your typical sheet-pan chicken recipe roasts everything together on a pan at once. This version pairs potatoes with the poultry, and tops everything off with fresh herbs and arugula, making it a true one-pan meal, salad included. A savory yogurt sauce adds a creamy touch, but it’s optional if you’re not a yogurt sauce fan. Feel free to double the recipe if you’re feedi...
NYT Cooking: With a higher ratio of broth to barley than one usually sees, and the addition of plenty of fresh baby spinach, this beef barley soup is a littler lighter than most of its kind. However, it’s still a substantial, satisfying meal that gets a heady aroma from spices (coriander, cumin and paprika) and a brightness from lemon. If you like your meals with a kick, top ...
Harissa Chicken with Leeks, Potatoes and Yogurt
This recipe, from New York Times columnist Melissa Clark’s new cookbook, Dinner: Changing the Game (Clarkson Potter), elevates the chicken-and-potatoes standby with spicy harissa (a North African condiment that you can find in many supermarkets these days) and a drizzle of cool yogurt. “One of my all-time favorites, this sheet-pan supper has it all,” says Clark. [...]