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Pasta Alla Vodka, but Make It Beans

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Not that recipes aren’t thrilling! Nice ones typically are. Take a look at Ali Slagle’s beans and greens alla vodka, which — because the identify implies — swaps in kale and beans for the pasta, or Eric Kim’s sheet-pan bibimbap, one other good tackle a beloved dish.

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There’s nothing flawed with traditional penne alla vodka — and truly, the whole lot is fairly proper about it. However that didn’t cease Ali Slagle from pairing that magical tomato-cream sauce with chickpeas and kale for a meal that feels a bit extra like 2022 and is, in its personal approach, simply nearly as good as the unique.

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Bless Eric Kim for figuring out that not solely are you able to make bibimbap on a sheet pan, however that it is likely to be one of the simplest ways to make bibimbap at house. His model is laden with roasted mushrooms, candy potatoes and kale, however you’ll be able to swap in any greens you want and alter the roasting time; asparagus for spring could be good.

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Uncharacteristically, I purchased boneless, skinless rooster breasts — I normally go for bone-in thighs — and so final weekend I used a technique I realized from Daybreak Perry: searing and steaming the meat. If it sounds arduous, it isn’t, and it’ll assist hold that chicken juicy. This recipe requires red-pepper flakes, however you’ll be able to simply omit them.

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Millie Peartree makes use of Outdated Bay seasoning and sizzling sauce on this pan-fried Southern staple, conveniently made with canned salmon. These croquettes are crisp on the skin, delicate on the within and so satisfying for a weeknight dinner.

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