Cooking Light, October 2013 pages 98-99
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Most crazy-delicious reader-submitted recipe ever.
We made an important update to this recipe, changing it for sustainability. It originally called for Chilean sea bass--and although you can sometimes find a sustainable type of that fish (longline-caught in the McDonald and Falkland islands), sablefish (also known as black cod) and white sea bass are consistently good choices with a similarly rich, buttery texture. It's worth the tiny bit of effort to toast and grind your own cumin seeds--the flavor payoff is huge.
Chicken, Kale, and Quinoa Soup
Best mash-up of all your favorites.
We took four of the top recipe search categories from our website--chicken, kale, quinoa, and soup--and combined them into one tasty dish that we think will become your new favorite. Rinse the quinoa to ensure that any bitter coating is removed.
Chicken Enchiladas are the ultimate in family-favorite dishes. Chicken breasts are poached in a highly-flavored liquid; then the liquid does double duty as a sauce when mixed with salsa verde and whipping cream and spooned over the chicken-filled tortillas. Use the freshest tortillas you can find for this dish since older ones tend to dry out and crack even though they're moistened in the flavorful sauce. We love La Tortilla Factory brand. Look for their low-fat, lower-sodium tortillas.
Green Curry Fritters
Global flavors favorite.
Talk about flavor! Green curry paste (found in the Asian-foods section) and chile paste impart tons of savory-spicy-fragrant hits to ground chicken. Only a tiny tweak to this recipe: Our fritters got a little too browned, so we reduced the cooking temperature from medium-high to medium and cooked them a little longer.
Banana Bread with Chocolate Glaze
Most tempting of all our quick breads.
Mom's Banana Bread, a recipe dating back to 1996, when it was submitted by reader Stacey A. Johnson, has been a consistent staff and reader favorite. The new chocolate topping makes it even more irresistible.
There's a reason this warm, creamy, and cheesy dip appears frequently at staff gatherings—the tasty spinach and artichoke dip is pretty much the best appetizer of all time. Want to save time? Assemble up to two days ahead, and bake just before serving. It couldn't be simpler to prepare: Just mix all the ingredients together and bake until golden brown. Serve with tortilla chips (or better yet, these flavorful Seasoned Saltine Crackers) for an impressive and easy dish.
Hungry for more? Check out Our Top 100 Tailgating Appetizers next.