A list of all the recipes Susan Hillery has tested.
Fregola is a toasted semolina pasta with a nutty flavor that’s very popular in Sardinia. This salad includes orange, grapefruit, onion, and herbs.
The cauliflower is finely chopped so it resembles couscous and better absorbs flavors. It’s then tossed in a light basil-lemon sauce with a hint of maple syrup.
Classic chocolate crinkle cookies get a hit of ginger. These chocolate-ginger crinkle cookies will be the first cookies to disappear from the cookie jar.
Gingerbread butter drops pack a wallop of spice and lemon. The butter drops are great for a dessert table, snack, or lunchbox. Gingerbread lovers exalt!
Medjool date puree in the batter makes for a rich, moist sticky-toffee-pudding-inspired muffin topped with streusel. Mmmmmm.
With its layers of textures and colors, this soupy stewy concoction is far more enticing than the name would have you believe.
Sesame-peanut noodles, those slurpy, peanut butter-y wonders are the true test of Chinese restaurants. But you can make akiller version at home.
Impossibly thin sheets of phyllo, or filo, are layered between a filling of sugar, honey, ground walnuts, cinnamon, and butter. What could be more irresistible?
Noodles and vegetables never had it so good, coated in a lemon, lime, and ginger dressing. Make this salad with chicken or shrimp for a complete meal.
Ciambella is a delicious Italian coffee cake filled with plump raisins and toasted walnuts and spiked with marsala or rum. Goes great with a glass of wine.
Earthy root vegetables become kissed with sweetness and a subtle spiciness when lightly roasted. Roasting turns the interiors into soft, silky morsels.
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