The Best Articles in Recipes
The most useful articles in Recipes from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Recipes Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved in Recipes by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- How to Make Picadillo, the Bolder, Better Chili
- The Essential Spices Every Home Cook Needs
- We Tested 3 Ways To Make the Best No-Knead Bread at Home—And the Results Are In
- Around the World in Six Omelets
- A Beginner's Guide to Making the Perfect Peanut Brittle
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The Best Way To Make Sushi At Home (Professional Quality)
Chef Taka Sakaeda demonstrates the techniques you need to know to make professional quality sushi rolls in your own home. Watch as he prepares Kappa Maki (cu...
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A Beginner's Guide to Making the Perfect Peanut Brittle
Peanut brittle is cheap, the recipes are short, and it'll get you used to working with molten sugar syrup.
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How to Make Picadillo, the Bolder, Better Chili
Jessica Rodriguez of Cuba de Ayer Restaurant shares her recipe for the hearty stew.
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How to Make Mystical 'Fairy Butter'
This historical sweet spread has supernatural ties.
Our 9 Best Lucas Sin Recipes
Including sticky rice, wontons, and stir-fried greens.
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The Essential Spices Every Home Cook Needs
From peppercorns and chile flakes to cardamom and coriander, these are the spices Bon Appétit editors reach for the most.
We Tested 3 Ways To Make the Best No-Knead Bread at Home—And the Results Are In
According to this test, there’s a time and place for every type of bread.
Shrimp Tacos with Corn Salsa Recipe
The whole family will rave over this quick and easy meal of Shrimp Tacos with Corn Salsa. Here's a tip: Toss the shrimp in a little honey before cooking to help create tasty grill marks.
This Wegman's Seltzer Has a Cult Following For A Reason
The ginger canned seltzer from Wegman's is a simple yet effective way to soothe anxiety and stay hydrated –– and, it's beloved by many.
Around the World in Six Omelets
Learn how to make an omelet from six different cuisines around the world, from a Denver omelet on a bun to sweet dessert omelets to savory
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What Is a Ritz Torte? The Appalachian Dessert You'll Be Obsessed With
This torte is a delicious and easy-to-bake dessert calling for Ritz crackers, pecans, and Cool Whip
The Best Smooth Hummus Recipe
Puréeing garlic in lemon juice and blending chickpeas while they're hot = Israeli-style hummus that's both smooth and flavorful.
This 2-Ingredient Strawberry Fudge Is Perfect for Valentine's Day
Get ready for the sweetest holiday with this perfectly pink, adorable treat!
How to Make the Cowboy Caviar That We Can't Stop Eating
Cowboy caviar is full of beans and big flavors. Serve it with scoop chips so you can get the most out of every bite.
Calzone Recipe | The Perfect Loaf
My sourdough calzone recipe has a golden, crispy, and flavorful crust, perfect for just about any filling you can dream up (cheese, please). Delicious!
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