Jamaican cuisine is characterized by its rich use of spices and herbs, and especially the use of allspice in savory dishes for a sweet undernote to complex and well-balanced flavors. This curry-like stew is an easy introduction to this delicious approach to spicing up your food.
Chicken marinara is a well-loved dish, and it doesn’t need much modification to make it a nutritious dinner option. The key to flavor with no added sugar is a long, slow simmer time, so plan this for a day when you can do a little meal prepping while the sauce bubbles away in the background.
Yogurt is a fantastic base for a marinade. A little fat is required to carry flavor when you’re marinating, and plain, low-fat yogurt has enough fat to do the job while bringing its own delightful tanginess to a dish.
A healthy alternative to traditional chili, this dish will delight your senses with a rich selection of flavoring components, including beer and chocolate, which bring out the most robust flavors in chili.
Classic tamales are corn dough rolls stuffed with seasoned meat and vegetables and steamed in corn husks. If you love their flavor but want a simpler method of preparation, this is your dish. Swapping in the classic tamale dough for pie crust, this easy casserole is a family treat you’ll always find time to make.
Oh, waiter! There’s a leek in my soup bowl! And it’s delicious. This full-flavored dish uses a bold combination of spices to bring together a wide variety of harvest vegetables.
A tasty eggplant sweet and sour stew that is a staple in every Sicilian household, this caponata uses the classic Italian approach of using a thoughtful balance of flavors to bring the best out in simple ingredients.
Relying on leftover chicken and frozen veggies, this skillet can come together in no time flat. The broth turns into a thicker sauce as it cooks the noodles, leaving you with a delicious meal and minimal cleanup.