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Andrew Zimmern’s Easiest Indian Recipes to Make at Home

Exploring Indian Cuisine in Your Own Kitchen Insanely complex and varied, Indian food is one of my favorites. And while it can be intimidating for the home cook, these recipes are a cinch once your pantry is stocked with the right spices. From classic saag paneer to a fast weeknight vegetable curry, here are 8 Indian…  Read More

Dashi-Braised Chicken Thighs

Dashi-Braised Chicken Thighs

Dashi-Braised Chicken Thighs By Jennifer McGruther From time to time, my family sits down to a dinner of these chicken thighs, slowly braised in dashi, sprinkled with green onions and sesame seeds and served with bowls of steamed rice and vegetables. Chicken thighs benefit from the long, slow process of braising that cooks them to a…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Crab Cakes

Top 5 Most Popular Recipes

My Most Popular Recipes Ever From addictive sticky chicken wings to the most perfect key lime pie I’ve ever tasted, here are five tried-and-true recipes that I make all of the time. Turns out, you all love them as much as I do.   1. One-Pot Chinese Chicken Wings I first had this dish in…  Read More

Beer Battered Chicken Sandwich. For the Fried Chicken book. PHOTO BY JOHN LEE COPYRIGHT 2014 JOHN LEE PICTURES|

Beer-Battered Chicken Sandwich

Beer-Battered Chicken Sandwich By Rebecca Lang Nearly everyone loves a fried chicken sandwich. This version does not disappoint. Choose a malty ale, such as Bell’s Best Brown, or a good seasonal beer from your favorite local brewery. A rich, caramel-kissed brew helps the flavors hold up all the way through frying. This batter is light…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Cuban-Style Grilled Chicken

Grilled Cuban-Style Creole Chicken

Grilled Cuban-Style Creole Chicken By Andrew Zimmern This killer grilled chicken recipe is inspired by a trip to Cuba. Be sure to serve with fresh salsa, guacamole and plenty of rice.


Helga Jönsson’s Roast Chicken

My Grandmother’s Christmas Chicken By Marcus Samuelsson My grandmother Helga Jönsson always salted her chicken and left it in the cool basement for a couple of hours. Then she’d pull out her spices—cardamom, ginger, coriander seeds—to rub over the chicken, and she’d stuff it with apples and onions and rosemary from her yard. Then she’d…  Read More

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Chicken with Black Limes

Chicken with Black Limes By Andrew Zimmern I got hooked on salted dried limes in India and then fell in love when I ate them in Syria. Often referred to as loomi or lumi, these limes are crucial to the authentic cooking of the Middle East and northern India. The flavor of these limes is intense. They’re…  Read More


Chicken Stir-Fry with Celery + Peanuts

Mastering My Mistakes in the Kitchen By Dana Cowin Until recently, whenever I made stir-fried chicken with vegetables, I was disappointed. It was really bland, as if all I was doing was sautéing except on a higher heat, with a splash of soy sauce at the end. Then everything changed when Bizarre Foods host Andrew…  Read More

Kung Pao Chicken wings

Dale Talde’s Kung Pao Chicken Wings

Salty, Spicy, Tangy Goodness One night at his eponymous Brooklyn restaurant, former Top Chef contestant Dale Talde tasked his cooks with replicating the Americanized version of kung pao that they all jones for after grueling double kitchen shifts. When nothing but a hit of salty, spicy, tangy goodness will do, this should be your go-to…  Read More

PALEO HACK: Creole Chicken with Coconut Cauliflower Rice

Creole Comfort Food, Paleo-style By Andrew Zimmern This chicken and andouille dish is chock full of bold Creole flavors and only a few minor changes make it Whole30 compliant. Served with sweet-and-spicy cauliflower rice (adapted from Melissa Joulwan’s delicious rice pilaf recipe) that’s loaded with coconut, jalapeños, pistachios (or almonds—you pick) and raisins, the rich Southern…  Read More

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PALEO Hack: Roast Chicken with Ratatouille

A Classic Combination By Andrew Zimmern Family meal nights across America just got easier, healthier and budget-friendly. My kid begs for this recipe, and I love making it for him—look at how many veggies are crammed in there! The best part: This healthy, paleo recipe is Whole30 approved!  

Andrew Zimmern's Roast Chicken

Classic Roasted Chicken

Ultimate Comfort Food By Andrew Zimmern Everyone should have a classic roasted chicken recipe in their repertoire. For me, this is ultimate comfort food that hits the spot any time of year.

Chicken & Black Beans with Tortillas

Chicken & Black Beans

A One-Pot Fiesta A pot of chicken and black beans hits the spot any time of year. This hearty dish is so versatile, it’s great for entertaining or for a casual one-pot weeknight meal. Browning the chicken and adding a ham hock to the pot gives the recipe its rich, complex flavors. For a build-your-own experience,…  Read More


Golden Coin Chicken-and-Shrimp Skewers with Peanut Sauce

Cantonese-style Street Food I first tasted this traditional southern Chinese recipe when I was in Guangzhou, and I was instantly hooked. Serving this dish in the Thai style, with lettuce wraps and vegetable garnishes, seemed the way to go. Once skewered you can grill, sauté, fry, poach or broil them—just make a double batch of…  Read More

Turkey A La King Recipe

One of My Favorite Ways to Use Leftover Turkey So, after the turkey tetrazzini, after all the turkey sandwiches and the potpies, I always return to this school-lunch classic. It’s one of the great comfort foods of all time, and if this doesn’t become a post-Thanksgiving favorite in your house, I will be shocked. Creamy and…  Read More

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Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey, Stuffing & Gravy Recipe

The Art of the Perfect Bird Over the years, I have mastered the art of roasting birds. One issue seems to perplex most cooks: keeping poultry moist when roasting. This problem is compounded by the fact that white meat cooks faster and dries out quicker than dark meat. Try these additional tips to solve all…  Read More

Asopao with Chicken and Shrimp

Island-Style Jambalaya Over the years, I have expanded my repertoire of killer soups, stews and braises for superb oven-to-table one-pot meals, and this is one of the better recipes. This asopao (stew) is Trinidad-inspired, but it fits neatly into the Flo-ribbean cooking genre. This asopao is pure Trinidadian magic. Don’t be shy about passing plenty of…  Read More

Thai Hot-and-Sour Coconut Chicken Soup

I am eight years old. I am on a food recon trip with my dad in the middle of a fall day in Los Angeles. He is there for work, and I am tagging along for a few days of fun with my old man. We arrive at the place he has been searching for,…  Read More

Sauteed Pheasant with Apple Gravy and Corn Pudding

Sauteed Pheasant with Apple Gravy and Corn Pudding

A culinary match made in heaven: simple corn pudding and sauteed pheasant in an apple, shallot and tarragon sauce. Inspired by the foods of northern France, this comforting farmhouse meal of pheasant in a creamy apple gravy paired with an easy corn pudding gets cooked right in the coals. I make mine in a really…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Grilled Cheese Tomato Soup

Extra Crispy Grilled Cheese & Cream of Tomato Soup

Extra Crispy Grilled Cheese Sandwich & Cream of Tomato Soup Grilled cheese and tomato soup go together like Prince and Purple Rain. For this quintessential pairing, I like to double down on the tomato flavor by adding thinly sliced roasted tomatoes to my sandwich, before schmearing it with mayo and toasting in a pan with…  Read More

Curry Carrots Recipe

Glazed Carrots with Hot Madras Curry

Curry-Glazed Carrots By Andrew Zimmern Trying a healthier diet? This simple recipe is a good place to start. The flavor combination of carrots, curry, orange and ginger is amazing, not to mention incredibly nutritious. Like this recipe? Save it on Pinterest.

The Farmed Fish Dilemma Solved

Like so many other food professionals, I’ve been cooking since I was a little kid tugging at my grandmother’s apron strings. I learned food prep basics sitting in her teeny West End Avenue apartment kitchen on weekends as a young boy. I cooked with my mom and dad every chance I could, and I treasured…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Beef Stew

Beef Stew By Andrew Zimmern Living in Minnesota, I know a thing or two about cold-weather comfort food. This one-pot rock star beef stew is in heavy rotation all season long at my house, it’ll warm you from the inside out. This is “food with a hug” at its best. On the technical side, it’s…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Recipe for Veal Marsala

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Veal Marsala

Veal Marsala with Rosemary & Mushrooms By Andrew Zimmern This traditional veal marsala recipe with mushrooms is a stunning autumnal dish that comes together quickly. I prefer to use bone-in veal chops instead of boneless cuts from the leg because they tend to overcook and dry out. If you don’t want to use veal, this mushroom…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Roasted Tomato Soup

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Roasted Tomato Soup

Roasted Tomato Soup By Andrew Zimmern The perfect tomato soup with some Parmesan bread toasties that is going to rock your world. It’s tomato insanity in a bowl.  

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Potato Salad

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Potato Salad

Potato Salad By Andrew Zimmern Everyone needs a potato salad recipe in their back pocket during backyard barbecue season. I’m channeling my inner French grandmother in this version with fingerling potatoes glossed in a warm, rich bacon vinaigrette. It’s always the first thing to disappear off the potluck table… just saying. Watch Andrew make this…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Recipe for Risotto Milanese

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Risotto Milanese

Risotto Milanese By Andrew Zimmern Risotto is one of the simplest things to cook, yet one of the hardest dishes to master in the kitchen. The secret is patience, adding your stock little by little as the rice absorbs the starchy liquid to create a creamy texture. Risotto shouldn’t be dense or dry, it should…  Read More