Serious Eats Roundup: Curry for Beginners, Chicago''s Great Sandwich, and an Oozing Cutlet
Our weekly roundup of what the two of us have written over on Serious Eats.
"Dinner Tonight" Column
Quick meals to your table five days a week.
Stuffed Chicken Cutlet With Ham, Cheese, and Sauerkraut
A breaded chicken cutlet, oozing provolone cheese between a layer of ham and tangy sauerkraut. What's not to like?
Beginner Almond Shrimp Curry with Tomatoes
New to curry? Even though this recipe is easy, it doesn't taste like something a beginner could turn out.
Barley Risotto with Cauliflower and Red Wine
Even though it's not made with rice, this risotto-like dish is authentic nonetheless, with roots in the Friuli region of Italy. The warming and tender result is also pretty good for you.
Egg in a Hole with 'Shrooms
On a nostalgic trip for the first thing he ever learned to cook, Blake follows Mark Bittman's lead in updating this breakfast-for-dinner classic.
Shrimp and Scallion Pancakes
Inspired by a Korean side dish called pajeon , these savory pancakes are crisp and aromatic.
Standing Room Only
A column about the best of Chicago's restaurants--with no seats.
Nick finally visits the Italian Beef stands that inspired the Standing Room Only column, and is reminded "why I fell in love with the sandwich in the first place."Al's #1, Chicken, Chicken Cutlet, Curry, Eggs, Korean BBQ, Pajeon, Serious Eats Roundup, Shrimp
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