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FACT: bell peppers also make delicious bowls
Looking to brighten your summer spread? These bold and beautiful bell peppers will do just the trick. Stuffed with Israeli couscous cooked with Mediterranean spices and loaded with cherry tomatoes, basil, nut-free pesto, feta and crunchy pistachios, every bite is a mouthful of summer flavors. Whether you’re inspired to bring it to a dinner party or enjoy it at home, this is one good lookin,’ great tasting combo.
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Do Fourth of July right.
As part of our Summer Style Guide Series, we’re bringing you a new recipe each week designed specifically with your love of grilling in mind. The best endorsement a burger can get is when you’ve added the last topping and realize it doesn’t need a single drop of ketchup. (Especially for Chef Elana. She really loves ketchup.) Introducing our DIY hickory burgers, which are brimming with flavor thanks to the hickory BBQ sauce and Dijon added to ...
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All of your favorite summer ingredients in one recipe!
Balsamic-marinated steak, sautéed zucchini, fresh oregano and basil, pesto and tomatoes. Chef Elana didn’t miss a beat when it came to carefully picking the best flavors of summer and piling them high atop lightly charred naan. These gyros are the perfect blend of Italian and Mediterranean flavors, and great for a weekend lunch or dinner on the patio.
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Your new favorite way to cook chicken!
Chicken al mattone is an Italian dish that refers to a mattone, or heavy tile, pressed atop whole birds to produce perfectly crispy skin. We’re not totally fluent in Italian, but “chicken under a heavy pan” seems to translate just as well—and be a bit more apartment-friendly. Coated with a white wine, fresh herb, shallot and garlic sauce, this recipe also highlights our personal dinner trifecta: roasted chicken, (rainbow) carrots and potatoes.
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We brought back this crowd-favorite recipe!
Rumor has it that Caesar dressing was the improvised invention of Italian-American chef Caesar Cardini throwing together leftover ingredients at his restaurant in Tijuana, Mexico, which attracted tourists during prohibition. (We’ll cheers to that.) Our own traditional Caesar dressing is one of many reasons to love this Plated favorite. There’s also the crisp Boston lettuce cups, piled with seared steak, red onion, tomatoes and shaved Parmesan. Ea...
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A recipe inspired by Chef Suzanne's travels to Peru!
Inspired by Chef Suzanne’s foodie adventures in Peru, this dish highlights everything Peruvian cooking does so well: spicy fish, and plantains. For our take on this traditional dish, our sustainably sourced cod is rubbed with aji amarillo paste, made from spicy yellow peppers, and served with a pan sauce of tomato, onion, white wine vinegar and jalapeño for added heat. We’re also super excited to be sending plantains! This savory banana variety i...
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Bonus: maple cayenne cashews will be your new favorite snack!
Cold noodles on a hot summer day? We’ll take seconds, please. There’s no better way to beat the heat than with fresh long life noodles, served with sautéed spicy sambal oelek and soy-glazed eggplant and mini bell peppers. Tossed in a creamy peanut sauce, we’ve also added a sweet and spicy kick to the noodles with a garnish of candied maple cayenne cashews. Enjoy the cashews now, and make them again as a snack!
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The perfect bright summer recipe!
While we had trouble cramming The Pyramids into your box, the unique Egyptian dukkah spice we’re sending ought to tide over your wanderlust temporarily. Made of a blend of toasted nuts and seeds, as well as spices like cumin and coriander, dukkah adds just the right coarse texture and crunch to our delicate, sustainably sourced skate wings. And for a seasonal twist, we’ve included hash-style zucchini, lightly caramelized to bring out its naturall...
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Because sometimes turning on your oven or stove is just too much. Check out this no-cook recipe!
We consider cooking to be the best kind of art: especially when you consider that the canvas (in this case, soft rice paper rolls) happens to be edible. Stuffed with spinach, tofu, carrots and mint for crunch and color, our summer rolls are the perfect excuse to roll up your sleeves and get creative in the kitchen. And should you need extra convincing, did we mention the peanut dipping sauce? It’s creamy, slightly spicy, and the perfect dipping s...
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Hello cheesy deliciousness!
Baked rye spaccatelli doesn’t just sound better than a vegetable-heavy mac and cheese—it tastes better too. Our friends at Sfoglini pasta in Brooklyn produced this small-batch pasta made with organic rye flour just for us, and it lends an amazingly unique flavor to the dish. Tossed in a homemade, cheesy sauce and then baked with green beans and zucchini, this is grown-up comfort food that we can get down with.
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Because avocado isn't the only thing that's amazing on toast.
Shh—don’t tell avocado that we’ve been seeing the new toast spread in town. Chef Michelle is bringing together seasonal peas with lightly seasoned chickpeas for a toast mash that’s perfect at any time of the day. We also whipped up a fusion of two of our favorite dressings—tahini and Champagne vinegar, which stars atop baby greens. This simple recipe with comforting flavors will be a favorite to repeat.
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Make your favorite takeout recipe at home!
Pad see ew makes us want to write in all caps. We’ll spare you, but just know, Chef Elana’s version of the popular Thai dish makes us as excited as the shift key implies. This recipe is every bit as meaty, sticky and chewy as our favorite takeout, but more refined with pork cooked in an infused oil of garlic, chile and onion. We’ve also added sweet bell peppers and Thai basil for a pop of color and flavor.
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