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Allrecipes

April/May 2020

Introducing brand-new Allrecipes…the only magazine that brings you the absolute best of the best from over 43,000 tried-and-true family favorites on allrecipes.com! Each issue brings you hundreds of secrets you won’t see anywhere else – fast tips to save you time and money, step-by-step how-to’s, and ideas to help you put your own spin on every dish!

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Meredith Corporation
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6 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
veg up!

We know from our “State of Home Cooking” report that interest in eating more vegetables is growing, and our Allrecipes community members are looking for new plant-rich recipes to fill their dinner plates. To help with that, we have a new page in the magazine we’re calling Veg Up! (page 74), where we’ll feature all-veggie recipes that the Allrecipes community has rated and reviewed. And as we’ve always done, we identify vegetarian and vegan recipes throughout each issue with these symbols: Look for them at the bottom of each recipe and in our recipe index (page 4). And while we’re on the subject of new, check out our Allrecipes.com page, where you get the latest news about what’s happening on our website (page 10). This issue also is filled with flavors from around…

1 min.
what’s new & trending at allrecipes.com

COME OUT OF YOUR SHELL Rapidly increasing searches on Allrecipes tell us that eggs are having a moment. And it’s not just because of spring and Easter. Quick-cooking, economical, and keto-friendly, they shine both at breakfast and dinnertime. Find the best egg recipes from our community of cooks around the world at armagazine.com/eggs-moment master the globe We’re teaming up with international experts and Allrecipes community members to launch Global Kitchen, a showcase for truly authentic (yet doable) recipes from around the world. This month, Allrecipes international editor Diana Moutsopoulos introduces the flavors of Greece, ingredients needed for classic dishes, and how-to videos. Just click here to check it out. Meantime, get started with “Global in a Flash” (page 55) and the amazing Italian recipes on page 62. FOOD FIGHT WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON? Some simple…

7 min.
bruncho de mayo

DIY POM-POM GARLAND ALL YOU NEED Kitchen twine Sharp large-eye needle 2.5-cm or 1-inch felt balls in desired colors [We bought ours on Etsy.] ALL YOU DO 1. Cut kitchen twine to desired length, thread through a needle, and tie a knot on one end.2. Push the needle through a felt ball and slide ball to end of string; repeat until desired number of balls have been strung. Tie a knot on the other end of twine and space balls as desired. [For a garland 8 feet in length, we used 20 balls spaced approximately 4 inches apart.]3. Tie a loop at each end and hang from small nails, or simply affix to a wall using paint-safe tape. ICED HORCHATA COFFEE HANDS-ON 15 MIN TOTAL 15 MIN SERVES 8 SUBMITTED BY JAMIE JUSTICE YOST 5 REVIEWS For a Mexican take on iced…

2 min.
green means glow

You probably already reach for herbs like fresh parsley, thyme, and mint to add flavor and color to springtime meals. But those tender leaves can serve as much more than pretty garnishes. Herbs have long been used for their medicinal and nutritional properties. As it happens, many culinary herbs are loaded with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant phytochemicals that slow the body’s aging process. They also contain nutrients known to boost beauty. For example, parsley is high in collagen-supporting vitamin C and iron. And more collagen generally makes for stronger nails and shinier, more resilient hair. IN PARTNERSHIP WITH Not simply solo players, herbs often work synergistically with nutrients in your food. Nutrients in thyme, for example, may enhance the health effects of omega-3 fatty acids, which include strengthening skin-cell membranes for better moisture retention. Not simply…

2 min.
kitchen innovations

1. WATER WONDERS Get three types of filtered, chilled water—still, medium sparkling, or full sparkling—at the push of a button from this smart kitchen faucet. With one waterway reserved for tap water and the other for filtered drinking water, the Grohe Blue Chilled & Sparkling 2.0 eliminates the need for plastic water bottles. $2,799 to $2,999 at grohe.us 2. FUSS-FREE FLOORS Thanks to a proprietary protective coating and ultradense structure, this 100-percent hardwood Hydropel by Bruce Flooring is fully waterproof up to 36 hours. Install it anywhere, including kitchens and baths. $4 to $5 per square foot, uninstalled, at bruce.com 3. UNDER CONTROL Designed for today’s pro-installed smart homes, the Control4 Smart Home OS 3 connects thousands of devices on a single platform so users can keep favorites handy. Monitor security, lighting, music, and more…

4 min.
bloomin’ genius

SPRING GARDEN PASTA HANDS-ON 20 MIN TOTAL 25 MIN SERVES 4 SUBMITTED BY PHO1962 48 REVIEWS 3 large eggs, at room temperature2 cups flour2 Tbsp. olive oil1 tsp. salt2 Tbsp. water, or as needed½ cup edible flower petals (such as violas, dianthus, pansies, or fennel flowers), chopped into ½-inch pieces if large, plus whole flowers for garnish4 Tbsp. chopped fresh herbs (such as thyme and dill), plus more for garnish¼ cup butter, melted1 lemon, zested and juiced⅓ cup shredded Parmesan cheeseSalt and cracked black pepper 1. Beat together eggs, flour, oil, and salt in a bowl. Add water, 1 tsp. at a time, until a smooth and very thick dough forms. Turn dough out onto a work surface and knead 10 minutes until very smooth. Cover; let dough rest 5 to 10 minutes. 2. Divide dough into…