Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Magazine, Jul/Aug 2017

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  • Piri piri chicken

    • jenmacgregor18 on July 21, 2017

      I was afraid of the heat level of the 8 Fresno chiles, so I put in 2 chiles with seeds intact--and the rest were seeded. The result had no discernible heat after cooking. Next time, I won't hesitate to start with maybe 6. And reduce the sugar just a bit . All that said, we did enjoy the flavor as it was. I just added some cayenne to mine. I will try this again.

    • twoyolks on June 04, 2018

      This was nicely hot but not too much for me. I did find that the sauce was too sour and had too much vinegar.

    • HalfSmoke on June 24, 2017

      Easy and delicious cook. Reminiscent of jerk chicken, but with a twist. I used a single chunk of cherry wood for smoke, which was very good. I'd recommend watching the amount of Cilantro mixed into the sauce. Will make this again.

  • Moroccan ginger-lemon chicken skewers

    • twoyolks on June 29, 2017

      The chicken was flavorful and moist. I felt that the drizzle of honey at the end made them a bit too sweet for my taste.

    • sarahawker on August 12, 2020

      These were delicious and even reheated well. I did not do the drizzle at the end and felt it wasn't missing anything. Served with grilled okra and small potatoes. Family felt it could use a dipping sauce.

  • Batched-muddled mojitos

    • twoyolks on July 05, 2017

      Easy and tasty mojitos.

  • Chili-lime melon salad

    • puddlemere on July 10, 2019

      I didn't really like the texture of the queso fresco in this, but everything else was delicious. I'd make again without the cheese but add a sprinkle of salt instead.

  • Ricotta-semolina cheesecake

    • HalfSmoke on January 20, 2018

      Light, fluffy, not overly sweet. Perfect with a blueberry compote.

  • Fattoush

    • HalfSmoke on July 05, 2018

      Love this. Not more to add other than that the flavors are spot on. Pomegranate molasses is a must, not optional as indicated. We tasted it before and after, and agreed that pomegranate molasses is not optional for us.

    • Kinhawaii on November 03, 2018

      Really liked this. Will make again with less cumin though. Liked the pomegranate molasses & sumac- didn't think they were optional.

  • Beef suya

    • HalfSmoke on July 02, 2018

      This was superb. I made some slight adjustments based on suggestions from a Nigerian friend who knows the real thing. First, lime juice has no business in this recipe. Omit it. I did. It's great. Second, serve with chunks of raw tomato and red onion. That's it. Anything else is heresy. To be truly authentic, this must be eaten out of a newspaper. I went off script on this point and used a plate. I asked my Nigerian friend what cut of meat is used for this and she had no idea. She consulted other Nigerians. Nobody knows. I went with Skirt Steak. Worked great, and it was all delicious.

  • Crème fraîche and honey ice cream

    • anya_sf on September 25, 2019

      Just delicious and very easy to make. The honey flavor really comes through. I was a bit short of creme fraiche and used plain whole milk yogurt for the rest. I also used half cream, half milk in lieu of half-and-half. I added some lemon zest to the mix and swirled in blackberry puree at the end.

  • Shaved zucchini and herb salad with Parmesan

    • rfossum on August 15, 2020

      Delicious! Added thin cucumber and avocado slices.

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  • Published Jul 01 2017
  • Format Magazine
  • Page Count 32
  • Language English
  • Countries United States

Publishers Text

Introducing Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Magazine--the new home cooking. Each issue includes: recipes full of culinary secrets; principles of cooking so you can improvise at the stove; a new repertoire of techniques to transform your cooking and the best ways to use cookware, tools, and gadgets. Published 6 times per year.