Give your Polish Easter sweet bread a tropical spin: Coconut Babka is a yeast-risen, quasi-cake-like bread, flavored with coconut and coconut milk.
Pierogi may not be easy to make, but they’re easy to cook. They can be served simply boiled once or twice, or fried – perhaps after having been breaded with bread crumbs or crackers. Although they reheat fantastically, they do not take to that greatest reheating mechanism of all time: the microwave. If you want to eat pierogi like a true Pole, serve them with sour cream.
Who doesn’t love a Christmas Lasagna! Pop it into a multi-course lineup that includes a savory cheesecake, Opah, salad, butterflake rolls, and chocolate stout cake and you’ve got an epic celebration.
Yuh-huh, another lasagna, but this one’s for you, Trump supporters: it’s white. This original-recipe Spinach-Herb Lasagna is a white lasagna, layered with a thyme-infused bechamel, plus loads of ricotta, parmesan, and mozzerella cheeses. And surprise: bacon! It’s delicious fresh, but also reheats and freezes well.
This is a review of Lidia Bastianich’s “Italian-American Lasagna.” It’s loaded with meat sauce, mozzerella, and ricotta. It’s a fantastic recipe. It also freezes and reheats beautifully: so have some now and have some months from now. You’ll get a lot of delicious mileage out of this.
How To Assemble Pierogi: Rolling the dough, stuffing the rounds, and sealing the dumplings so they won’t leak while you’re boiling them
How To Make Sour Cream Pierogi Dough in a Stand Mixer: A homemade Polish recipe by a guy who respects tradition, but knows where to draw the line.
Do you love baking? You will love baking a Persian Love Cake. Do you love someone? You’ll love baking Love Cake for someone you love. Do you love strawberries and cream? Cardamom and roses? Pistachios? Cream of tartar? If you do, you’ll love this recipe.
It’s Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday, the climax of Carnival, the day before Lent). Do you know where your pączki are?