Try roasting a few pumpkins, then freezing the puree — that’s what Alton does. You can thaw it to make pie just before Thanksgiving, and the rest will store up to 6 months in the freezer. Try making: Michele Albano’s Maple Pumpkin Pie With Pecan Streusel Browse more of Food Network’s Thanksgiving recipes and tips.
The fourth season of The Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs is in full swing with 10 new chefs fighting it out for a grand prize that so many would-be chefs covet: joining the ranks of Iron Chefs Marc Forgione, Bobby Flay, Masaharu Morimoto, Cat Cora, Jose Garces and Michael Symon. Each chef will try toRead more »
When thickening a fruit pie filling, there are several options to consider. Very often flour or cornstarch is used, but in certain instances tapioca, arrowroot and potato starch can also help achieve the desired consistency. Find out which thickener won’t break down, preventing your pie from becoming a watery mess in Food Network Kitchens PieRead more »
To cut 100 calories off your Thanksgiving meal, watch out for the fried topping on green bean casseroles. This casserole wouldn’t live up to the hype if it wasn’t for the crispy French fried onions, but each quarter cup will set you back 100 calories (and most recipes call for five times that amount!). SlimRead more »
For crisper skin, unwrap the turkey the day before roasting and leave it uncovered in the refrigerator overnight. Need help tackling the big bird? Continue reading Food Network’s Top 10 Turkey Tips. Find the perfect turkey for your feast, starting with our most popular ever: Alton’s Good Eats Roast Turkey, an outstanding 5-star standby. BrowseRead more »
If you’re traveling for Thanksgiving and have been asked to bring a dish, keep food safety in mind. Here are some options: Dinner rolls: Freshly made bread, dinner rolls or a lightened version of cornbread are delicious and easy items to bring. Cookies: Fun to make and easy to carry, bake up some cookies. KeepRead more »
When glazing your vegetables, add a touch of butter and sugar with a pinch of salt. The sugar and butter add shine to the glaze. Aromatics like herbs, ginger or citrus zest will add some zing. Follow this guide to learn how to make your veggie side dish extraordinary, then watch our how-to video. BrowseRead more »
Stuffing your turkey changes the way you should cook the whole bird. You’ll want to make sure the stuffing and the turkey reach an internal temperature of 170 degrees F at the same time. Watch Alton’s complete video for more tips. Browse more of Food Network’s Thanksgiving stuffing recipes and tips.
Want to know what Food Network fans were cooking in October? From Butternut Squash Soup to cheesy Chicken Enchiladas and sweet pumpkin desserts, here are the top 10 recipes of the month: 10. Tyler’s Chicken Enchiladas 9. Apple Coffee Cake With Brown Sugar Glaze 8. Alton’s Pumpkin Bread 7. Pumpkin Pie 6. Paula’s Chicken andRead more »
To create a smooth, rich gravy for Thanksgiving, gradually ladle the hot broth into the flour mixture, whisking constantly (this is key, or your gravy will be lumpy). Bring to a boil, then adjust the heat so the gravy simmers gently. Try making: Ina Garten’s Homemade Gravy recipe Food Network Magazine shows you how toRead more »