Main Dishes

Main Dishes

Pineapple Buns are a go-to pastry in Chinatown markets and restaurants throughout the U.S. Thanks to a sugary backed topping, they are both fluffy and crunchy. And there's no limit to the fillings - sweet or savory - that you can add to them.

Fiskesuppe, as it’s called in Norwegian, can be found at nearly every restaurant on the Lofoten Islands of northern Norway.

I used to miss my dad’s curried egg sandwiches until the guys at Thug Kitchen gave me the idea of using chickpeas in place of eggs in my sandwich.

When silky salmon meets peppery spice, your taste buds are treated to the most aromatic— and pleasantly heated— flavors.

One of the original street foods of the world, make this amazing Szechuan dish at home - with a spice level of your own choosing.

America's Test Kitchen found the trick to applying a glossy, tangy-sweet glaze to turkey so it doesn’t pool at the bottom of the pan or keep the skin from crisping up.

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Pineapple buns - no actual pineapple, but fun to make, fill and eat

It may surprise you to find that there is no actual pineapple in a pineapple bun. Instead, the pastry was named for its similar appearance to a pineapple's exterior. And they can be filled with just about anything.