Most Popular Recipes of 2017 | KCET
Most Popular Recipes of 2017
It is no question that food can bring people together and that a simple recipe can make or break a party. Here are some of KCET's most popular recipes from 2017 that are sure to be a hit at your next gathering.
Pork chops in anchovy paste may sound unusual ... but it is, of course, delicious.
This recipe is a classic Malaysian dish that's often found at street stalls. And anything that's found at street stalls is, of course, comfort food. Feel free to use whatever combination of meat and tofu you want.
If you have been to Zankou Chicken or one of the many other Lebanese and Armenian restaurants in Los Angeles, you're likely familiar with toum, the fluffy, creamy garlic sauce that often accompanies grilled meats and kebabs.
What's the difference between a ho-hum chicken thigh dinner and a when-can-we-make-this-again recipe? Crispy skin. That said, don't skip the essential last step! Serve with rice and a side of sauteed vegetables and you got yourself a great meal.
Winter requires a few things on the checklist. Raincoat? Check. Waterproof shoes? Check. Spicy, comforting soup? Check. For additional heat and spice, serve the soup with harissa, the North African chili sauce.
We've got donuts on the brain. But sometimes you just don't want to leave the house, even if it is for a perfect, sugary treat. Thank goodness for this recipe. You just pop the dough into a muffin tin — no special equipment needed for these fantastic crowd-pleasers.
Homemade bread is a pure joy, and when it's made even more nutritious by the addition of nuts and seeds, it's something we could see ourselves making regularly. (Well, maybe.) This rendition of Dakota bread uses hot cereal to make it a bit less time-consuming to prepare, without any decline in flavor.
Traditionally, barbecued burnt ends come from the fatty, point-cut brisket, but to adapt to the leaner flat-cut brisket that's more commonly available, this recipe cuts the meat into strips and brines it to maximize moisture and flavor. It will also save you a trip to Missouri — the spicy, tangy sauce will still remind you of Kansas City-style barbecue!
To get light and flaky scones, this recipe discovered that treating the butter in two different ways was key. A simple glaze of butter and honey adds a nice finish to the scones.
This pasta e ceci is simple to prepare, yet packed full of satisfying flavor.
Venice has been in a state of perpetual renaissance since tobacco heir Abbot Kinney founded the seaside resort town in 1905. And yet traces of its past stubbornly persist in street names, artworks and the built environment.
How are ideas about design, art, the global economy and urban planning tied to the concept of work? UCLA professors Willem Henri Lucas, Catherine Opie, Alfred Osborne and Abel Valenzuela discuss "What is Work?"
The Tolowa Dee-ni’ people, who have fished and tended the Northwestern California coast for time immemorial, are collaborating with western scientists at state agencies to monitor ocean toxicity in shellfish.
The founders of mak’amham and Café Ohlone in the Bay Area want to bring back Indigenous ways and honor the ancestors who preserved traditions in the face of colonization.
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