This South Indian twist on good old southern fried chicken is a game-changer. It’s got all the crunch and succulent tenderness you’d expect from your favorite fried chicken recipe, plus the spicy-smoky aroma and flavor that makes Indian cookery so addictive.
Pozole is a hearty stew of hominy (its name is actually the Nuhuatl word for hominy), meat (usually pork), and garlic. The chili peppers and spices impart a rounded richness to the dish, and every bite is a fresh exploration of flavor and texture thanks to the many additional tabletop garnishes.
This pork and eggplant stir fry is easy and absolutely delicious—perfect for a hearty lunch or a weeknight meal. The sauce is a take on hoisin, with just the right amount of salt, sweet, and heat. Much yummier and healthier than takeout!
With just the right amount of spice and all the flavors I love in Mexican cuisine, this easy, low-carb Mexican cauliflower rice is a real winner.
With its complex, warming flavors, this Goan Shrimp Curry with Vegetables is a beautiful taste of coastal Western India.
This easy, summery recipe uses pesto and the heat of jalapeños to makes a rock star out of simple chicken wings.
Jjukumi Gui (Korean barbecued octopus) is an enticing bite of Korea, and yet oddly familiar in the way that it checks all the boxes of successful Western barbecue: a little sweet, a little spicy, a little tangy, a little smoky.
Menudo is a comforting Mexican soup with melt-in-your-mouth tripe and hominy in a lightly spicy broth. Even if you’re not a devoted tripe-lover, this dish will make a convert of you.
Sweet, sour, and salty, these grilled chicken wings have zing both from the spices and the lime. Topped with scallions and fried garlic, they’re little pieces of tangy heaven.