You can't cook Cajun food without filé powder, made of ground-up sassafras leaves. It's the thickener in this gumbo.
A very special Pantry Special ingredient, tiny egg noodles, create the layers for a moussaka. You can substitute with any small thin noodle.
Adding vanilla powder and cinnamon into the French toast batter boosts the flavor without adding sugar.
Japanese seven-spice powder, a popular table condiment, brings authentic taste to yakitori.
Start your day with this pita pizza topped with asparagus, bacon, and a perfectly cooked egg.
This ginger-maple-miso salad dressing makes a delicious dip for raw vegetables, too.
Make these espresso nut cookies with decaf instant espresso if you're worried about too much caffeine.