Make a whole bunch of these vegetable-filled dumplings and store them in the freezer. Reheat in the oven for a perfect party appetizer.
Fill your pantry with a few basic Indian spices, and it's easy to make your favorite restaurant dishes at home. Saag paneer is a classic, made with spinach and cheese.
If you love lemon risotto, you'll love this grapefruit variation. Use leeks for sweetness, and let the tang of the grapefruit juice shine through.
Don't be intimidated by chocolate truffles. You can make them at home with good quality chocolate from the market, and impress your guests!
An unusual marinade that combines beer with orange marmalade. So good on shrimp, you won't believe it.
One of the rare pork recipes on The Perfect Pantry, this one intrigues me because it uses bay leaves as an ingredient.
Any dry beans you have in the pantry will combine perfectly in this bean soup that you can make ahead and freeze for cold winter days. Please click through to read the updated post.