Ideally these meringues have slightly soft and chewy centres. However, if you prefer them dry and crisp, add 10 minutes to the baking time.
A side of salmon varies in size depending on its origins and species. Farmed Atlantic salmon is usually 3 to 3-1/2 lb (1.5 to 1.75 kg), and Pacific salmon varies at fishmongers from 1-1/2 to 3 lb (750 g to 1.5 kg) depending on species. Sockeye is small, while King and Chinook are large.
Grab a spoon and enjoy this satisfying rice porridge with plenty of chicken, topped with green onions, roasted peanuts and chill oil for a hint of heat or spice.
Coating the wings in a blend of cornstarch and salt before baking draws out excess moisture, guaranteeing an irresistibly crisp and crunchy texture. It makes these wings much tastier (and healthier) than their deep-fried counterparts.
This traditional English dessert, made with stewed fruit and whipped cream, tastes decadent but has a lovely light texture. For a quick treat, cook the rhubarb the day before, then simply whip the cream and assemble before serving. If fresh rhubarb isn't available, you can substitute the same amount of thawed frozen rhubarb—just thoroughly pat it dry.
A little butter, honey and a few spices create a wonderfully aromatic glaze that brings the naturally sweet flavour of carrots to life. Try using a mix of orange and yellow carrots for a colourful presentation. If you can't find whole cardamom pods, use a generous pinch of ground cardamom instead.
This moist cake looks elaborate but is simple enough that you can bake it often — and for any occasion. Serve warm if possible.
Candied orange takes a few steps to make, but it adds major wow factor to this festive bark. Once the orange slices are done, the rest of the recipe comes together with very little effort.
You can either use fancy molasses or cooking molasses in this recipe. The difference? Fancy molasses is light in colour and has a mild sweet taste. Cooking molasses is more robust and intense but can still be used interchangeably in recipes that call for fancy.