Calamari a la plancha is squid cooked over a very hot plate–in this case, cast iron skillets. This calamari recipes takes all of 20 minutes to make.
These goat cheese quesadillas are filled with plenty of cheese, olive tapanade, and grilled radicchio. A simple recipe that the whole family will love.
These stuffed potato shells, or stuffed potato patties, are filled with savory-spicy Indian ingredients are served with three flavor-packed sauces.
Piquillo peppers from Spain are stuffed with ground beef for a simple tapas. They can be coated in egg and flour then deep fried for an elegant take.
This is the perfect summer tart recipe. It showcases ripe heirloom tomatoes, fresh corn, and basil, and the tangy goat cheese pulls it all together.
This twist on the classic Indian naan bread recipe is filled with mint, cilantro, ginger, and cashews and then grilled to perfection. A smoky herb bread.
Sopes are traditional Mexican appetizers made from the same dough used for tortillas. Shaped into small boats, they’re filled with meat, cheese, or salsa.
Fresh cod fillet and corn star in these cakes, filled also with potato, bacon, and red pepper. Served with a green salad, this recipe is a perfect lunch.
An authentic rendering of fish tacos, So Cal-style, this recipe grills red snapper to perfection, stuffs it in soft corn tortillas, and blings it up with cilantro and and a squeeze of lime.
Serrano chiles, cilantro, and tomatillos increase the flavor profile of these crab cakes and make them entirely Mexican. A great summer crab recipe.
Pizza, pizza. Here it’s topped with mushrooms, pepperoni, and fresh mozzarella cheese then tossed on the grill—yes, the grill— until crisp.
Pork belly is a staple in Japanese cooking. Here the pork belly is braised and served simply. It’s unctuous, flavorful, and an elegant appetizer.
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