For many of us, rice pudding evokes comfort as well as indulgence. This version is creamy and nostalgic and takes very little work.
This dish simply speaks to us—a recipe that uses traditional Korean flavors but with a preparation that is wholly American.
Use the powerfully spicy Korean chile paste, gochujang, to flavor tender beef brisket, along with the gochugaru chile flakes for added heat, sesame oil, garlic, and lots of fresh ginger. If you can’t find gochujang, Sriracha makes a good though slightly less spicy substitute.
This is a classic dump-and-cook crock pot recipe.
Creamy and mild, this simple curried soup is full of tender fall vegetables and the warming flavors of ginger and garlic.
You can vary the amount of water in this recipe in accordance with whether you want a proper soup or a more stewlike consistency.