Chef John's Chicken Tikka Masala
I probably get more requests for Indian food than any other ethnic cuisine, so I was very excited to be posting this recipe for chicken tikka masala; until I found out it's actually a British recipe. This is usually done with heavy cream, but I like to use coconut milk instead; the subtle sweetness it provides works beautifully with the spices in the dish. Serve with steamed rice.
Keto Chicken Parmesan
A delicious keto-friendly chicken Parmesan. Enjoy a classic Italian dish, and keep your macros in check!
Crab-Stuffed Lobster Tail
Lobster tail with a New England-style cracker and crabmeat stuffing. Serve with fresh lemon wedges and homemade dinner rolls for an exquisite but surprisingly simple meal.
Lamb Shank Vindaloo
I have very little experience cooking Indian food, so that this came out as deliciously as it did is nothing short of amazing.
Punjabi Chicken in Thick Gravy
This is a type of chicken curry in a thick gravy with a nice spicy flavor, but is not too hot. You may adjust the 'heat' by adding more serrano peppers. Serve over rice, or with chapatti or roti.
White Chocolate Blueberry Cheesecake
What could be better? White chocolate, cheesecake and blueberry topping!
Cider-Braised Pork Cheeks
You'll probably need to order pork cheeks from your butcher, but the resulting slow-cooked meaty goodness is so worth it. This is delicious served over buttery mashed potatoes with lots of the gravy.
Indian Naan II
This is an authentic Indian Naan recipe. I have made this many times. It goes well with Indian curry which has a lot of gravy, such as the Butter Chicken.
Classic Hash Browns
These classic diner-style hash browns are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside.
Curry Stand Chicken Tikka Masala Sauce
Chunks of chicken simmer in a spicy tomato and cream sauce for the bright orange chicken tikka masala you crave.
Creamy Garlic Shrimp Toast
Sweet, butterflied shrimp in a garlicky cream sauce with a smoky paprika flavor are served over thick slices of buttery, pan-toasted French bread in Chef John's simple recipe for two!
Chef John's Dutch Babies
I've always been fascinated by how many different breakfast foods you can create using just milk, eggs, and flour; and this is one of the more interesting examples. Especially considering the unusual, and borderline disturbing name. Sometimes called German pancakes, these have very little to do with Germany, and nothing to do with the Dutch. Apparently they were invented by German immigrants who were referred to as Dutch.