Daniel De Kok, Recipe Tester

A list of all the recipes Daniel De Kok has tested.

Spicy Honey Lime Chicken

This easy-peasy marinated grilled chicken with sweet and spicy honey lime sauce is going to be on regular rotation at our dinner tables. We’re betting it will be at yours, too.

A chocolate salted caramel truffle with a bite taken out of it, on a white saucer, beside a bowl of truffles.

Chocolate Salted Caramel Truffles

An uber chocolatey truffle made with salted caramel might sound like something for expert chocolatiers but fear not. This recipe is nearly foolproof.

Reuben babka sliced in half, on a white background.

Reuben Babka

Imagine a soft, fluffy babka with all the makings of a pastrami sandwich swirled right inside. Perfect on its own, it also makes an incredible toastie.

Paleo pork Normandy garnished with thyme, in a cast-iron pan with two serving forks, surrounded by burlap, apples, and thyme.

Paleo Pork Normandy

An exceptional combination of autumnal flavors in a paleo dish that will make everyone happy. Apples and pork are a match made in heaven.

A plate and casserole dish of French onion potato gratin

French Onion Potato Gratin

Upgrade your potato gratin with a little French onion flair. Layers of mushrooms and onions are slipped between potatoes and it all gets covered in cheese.

Caramel apple slab pie in a large metal sheet pan, on a wire rack with a pie knife.

Caramel Apple Slab Pie

If your biggest complaint about pie is that there’s never enough, have we got a surprise for you. A big ole apple pie, made on a sheet pan. Craving solved.

Citrus soy chicken skewers on a plate of lettuce, with a bowl of peanut dipping sauce.

Citrus Soy Chicken Skewers

Everyone loves food on sticks, right? Easier to eat, less messy, and just more fun. Garlic, ginger, chicken, lemongrass, and peanut sauce makes it even better.

A metal roasting pan filled with a one-pan roast chicken supper, with a serving spoon, a napkin, and a plate with a serving on it.

One Dish Roast Chicken Supper

A sheet-pan dinner is the ultimate set it and forget it dinner–chop it up, season it, and slide it in the oven. This one is easy and tastes outrageously good.