by Christie Bok in Community, June 21st, 2015
by Christie Bok in Community, June 14th, 2015
Cheesecake or blueberry pie? In this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Food Network Magazine solves the question. A mash-up of those two classic desserts, this rustic tart is a summer go-to because it features seasonal fruit. Start by making dough in the food processor by combining dry ingredients and diced butter — just as you would for a pie. While the dough chills and firms up, make a quick filling with plenty of blueberries and a cream cheese mixture that gets a hint of warmth from fresh nutmeg. Layer the cream cheese and filling in the dough, and then fold the edges over the filling. Brush the sides with a beaten egg and sprinkle with coarse sugar to achieve a gorgeous, lightly golden color when baked.
For more summer recipes, check out Food Network’s Let’s Get Seasonal: Summer! board on Pinterest.
Get the recipe: Blueberry Cheesecake Galette (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine
by Christie Bok in Community, June 7th, 2015
Imagine that your most-decadent, cheesy pasta dreams are given a bit of a healthy makeover. In this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Food Network Kitchen makes a healthier ricotta alternative by combining low-fat cottage cheese with part-skim mozzarella and Parmesan. The end result: a delicious baked penne that packs a similar punch in flavor, comfort and texture to ricotta. Make an easy tomato sauce — flavored with basil, garlic and a hint of fennel — then add frozen spinach to the cheese mixture to get a helping of veggies. Top this all-in-one meal with additional cheese before baking to ensure a bubbly, golden crust.
For more healthy recipes, check out Food Network’s Let’s Get Healthy Board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Cheesy Spinach Baked Penne (pictured above)
by Maria Russo in Community, May 31st, 2015
While eggs can be enjoyed in several forms, there’s nothing quite like cutting into a hot, runny yolk. In this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Jeff Mauro puts a twist on traditional eggs Benedict — he nixes the usually necessary cutlery and transforms this brunch-time favorite into a decadent sandwich. Despite its hybrid name, eggs Benedict purists shouldn’t be alarmed. This dish features all of the classic ingredients: runny eggs, smoky ham and a velvety hollandaise sauce, which Jeff makes extra simple. Instead of tempering the mixture of egg yolks and butter, he combines the ingredients in a blender.
For more breakfast recipes, check out Food Network’s Let’s Rise and Shine board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Eggs Benedictwich (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine.
by Maria Russo in Community, May 24th, 2015
Pinterest fans, you have spoken. You’re through with the dog days of winter and are ready to embrace the warm springtime air — and all of the eats and drinks that come with it — as evidenced by the cool, creamy treat that topped the list of our Most Popular Pin of the Week. This wow-worthy dessert, a dome-shaped dessert featuring a pound cake base and a duo of ice creams, is surprisingly simple to make; all you need is a deep bowl and a few hours of chill time.
For more seasonal indulgences, check out Food Network’s Let’s Celebrate: Spring! board on Pinterest.
by Maria Russo in Community, May 17th, 2015
While traditional Tater Tots are filled with (what else?) taters and laden in a greasy fried coating, this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week swaps out potatoes in favor of a lighter filling: cauliflower. By pureeing the vegetable with sauteed onions and a binding mixture, you can form it into two-bite tots. The beauty of this made-over recipe is that even though these snacks are baked, not fried, they don’t lose any of that craveworthy crunch, thanks to a quick dredge in rice cereal before cooking.
For more better-for-you recipes, check out Food Network’s Let’s Get Healthy board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Baked Cauliflower Tots (pictured above)
by Maria Russo in Community, May 10th, 2015
While soup is surely a warming winter comfort food, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy a hearty bowl in the spring and summer months too. When it comes to #notsaddesklunches, make-and-take meals like reheatable soups are a go-to option, and this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week from Ree Drummond is no exception. Laced with cream and finished with fresh, fragrant herbs, this big-batch soup will surely fill you up. Plus, since Ree opts for cans of tomatoes instead of off-the-vine beauties, you don’t have to wait until tomato season to make her simple recipe.
For more must-try meal ideas, check out Food Network’s Let’s Cook: Main Dishes board on Pinterest.
by Maria Russo in Community, May 3rd, 2015
It’s no secret that Food Network fans enjoy culinary mash-ups. From Meatloaf Lasagna to tiramisu a la banana pudding, savory and sweet creations are endlessly comforting, and this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week is no exception. Boasting the classic cream cheese center of a cheesecake and the golden caramel base traditional of flan, this impressive dessert is made with only a handful of ingredients, including a can of sweetened condensed milk, which promises a rich texture. For a wow-worthy presentation, serve these crowd-pleasing treats in ramekins for individual servings.
For more sweet tooth-satisfying dessert recipes, check out Food Network’s Let’s Bake! board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Cheesecake Flan (pictured above)
by Maria Russo in Community, April 26th, 2015
Leave it to the chefs in Food Network Kitchen to take a restaurant classic with a cult following and remake it for home cooks, stripping away the tricky chef techniques and leaving just the over-the-top flavor you crave. That’s the case with this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, a crispy onion-and-dip starter inspired by the appetizer served at a steakhouse chain. This next-level recipe, featured in Food Network Magazine, features a sweet onion sliced bloomin’ style, then dredged in a cayenne-spiked batter and fried until golden brown.
For more appetizer inspiration, check out Food Network’s Let’s Cook: Appetizers board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Almost-Famous Bloomin’ Onion (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine
by Maria Russo in Community, April 19th, 2015
When it comes to Mexican night at home, tacos often steal the show, but with the help of this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, you can dig into your favorite flavors and ingredients in an all-new way. Just like a taco, the tostada features a corn tortilla base, but instead of being folded and filled, it’s kept flat and then fried so you can pile on the toppings. This recipe starts with a smear of refried beans, then layers lime-marinated chicken, cool lettuce and a mix of classic fixings, like creamy avocado and fresh-tomato salsa, for an over-the-top bite.
For more dinner ideas, check out Food Network’s Let’s Cook: Main Dishes board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Chicken Tostadas (pictured above)
Though Ina Garten’s candy-topped cake is ideal for birthday bashes, you can indeed look to this sweet-tooth-satisfying treat even when there’s no celebration in sight. Ina pairs a moist, rich vanilla cake and a thick blanket of fluffy chocolate frosting on top to pack a one-two punch of flavor in this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. Perhaps best of all, she bakes and frosts the cake right in a single sheet pan, so there’s no need to transfer, frost and assemble multiple layers.
For more wow-worthy desserts, check out Food Network’s Let’s Bake! board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Birthday Sheet Cake (pictured above)