When I came across this crispy pan fried ddeokbokki (spicy rice cake) recipe, I was immediately sold. I was so attracted to the color of this dish (like a moth to light), I knew I had to make it. To be honest, I wasn’t too hopeful on the taste. Normally, the ddeokbokki I know is served in a pool of spicy sweet chilli sauce and even though the sauce is slurpingly-good, the rice cake usually left me with little to desire.
We all love a one-pan dinner, but who knew that pan could be a Bundt™? This genius hack is the best, easiest way to make juicy, flavorful, crispy-on-the-outside roasted chicken (plus veggies!) every single time.
Between characters like Tinkerbell from Peter Pan, Puck from A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Cosmo and Wanda from The Fairly Oddparents, there are few magical images quite as pervasive in popular culture as the fairy. And while there's not a way to actually sprout fairy wings (at least, not as a far as we know . . .), Halloween offers the perfect opportunity to jump into your favorite (literal) fairy tales. Check out the slideshow of incredible looks from our favorite Instagram makeup mavens.
Easy One Pan Pad Thai. I adapted this recipe from one that I got when I took a cooking class in Thailand... so you know it's authentic! Your whole family will love adjusting their bowl to their own tastes: salty, sour, spicy, or sweet!
Pan tipico Mexicano!!! Typical Mexican sweet bread. There are way more varieties, but these are the most typical. I would try going to Soriana, a very common grocery store in Mexico. They normally have a very large selection of bread that you can pick out yourself with tongs onto a large silver platter. It's quite the experience.