These deviled eggs have without a doubt something few deviled eggs have: silky tofu in the filling. These eggs use less mayo, making them healthier.
This chocolate banana cream pie is a traditional banana cream pie that has been kitted out with a chocolate crust and ganache, bananas, and whipped cream.
Two kinds of chocolate come together in this pots de creme recipe. Milk and bittersweet chocolate fill these pots de creme and on top is whipped cream.
Feta, roasted pepper, and basil muffins aren’t your ordinary savory muffins. Serve these muffins as breakfast or with soup, salad, or roasted chicken.
Pan-roasting carrots until they’re a bit charred brings out their sweetness. These charred carrots are served with greens, garlic chips, and goat cheese.
These dulce de leche crepes are filled with warm dulce de leche, of course, and topped with a chocolate-coffee sauce, some ice cream, and whipped cream.
Pssst. Wanna know the secret behind the marbled look and unforgettable flavor of Chinese tea eggs? It couldn’t be simpler.
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.
The recipe for these onion rings, which are crispy on the outside and have a sweet, soft interior, call for any sweet yellow onion. A true burger buddy.
These herbed omelettes, flecked with chives and Parmesan cheese, are rolled around a ricotta filling and cut into pieces. The omelets can be made ahead.
This recipe for a frozen terrine, called semifreddo, is an ideal dessert to make ahead and pull out, slice, and serve. A great ending to an outdoor meal.
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