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Everyday Dorie at The Washington Post by Dorie Greenspan

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  • Chicken Parmentier

    • Jane on December 15, 2018

      I should have prepped the filling the night before as this took longer than envisaged. But it’s worth it - it’s like an exotic shepherd’s pie. Garam masala, curry powder, star anise are very different flavors than your mother’s shepherd’s pie. Plus sweet potato topping.

  • Farmers market frittata

    • Laura on August 05, 2015

      I made this for lunch and found it to be nothing special at all. I made it as written, using kale as the green and parmigiano-reggiano as the cheese topping. It wasn't bad, it just wasn't good enough for me to want to make it again. I will say that the mustard added a nice sharp bite, but it was too subtle. This dish needs some more herbs and spices. Also, I think I might like it better with spinach as the green.

  • Dorie Greenspan's sheet pan chicken with apples and kale

    • Jane on December 09, 2018

      This is a sheet pan bake which made it a simple course to prep. I loved the ras el hanout and sumac flavors on the apples and chicken. Apart from being easy to make, great flavors it also looked pretty in the tray (my pic is before it went in the oven). I served it with roasted sweet potato wedges. Don’t you love a meal where all elements cook together? This would be easy enough for a weeknight dinner while also being impressive enough for company.

  • Herb and scallion Dutch baby

    • Yildiz100 on April 18, 2017

      Pretty good, but it had a bit of that wet dog smell that over cooked eggs get. I would make it again if I needed to use up a variety of fresh herbs. 3/4 tsp. of Diamond Crystal salt was not enough. Next time start with 1.25.

  • Peanut butter change-ups

    • stef on December 05, 2018

      My go to peanut butter cookie

  • Next-day turkey and cranberry-Sriracha strata

    • Londonyankee on November 27, 2018

      I couldn’t find cinnamon raisin bread, so I used wheat and added 1 t of cinnamon and some raisins. Husband loved it - said it was my best strata yet! (I haven’t made a strata in a year, at least, so I think he was overenthusiastic). Will definitely go into my post Tgiving recipe list.

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