1. Vibrant Vegetarian Spinach Soufflé with Parmesan Cheese
Welcome to Michel Roux's Easy French Cooking, where he will teach you some of his favorite traditional French dishes. Learn Michel Roux's tips for a soufflé that is light as a feather and full of flavor, with a crunchy outside and a rich, gooey center. Join our Michelin-starred chef in this Grokker Premium video, and learn how to make a vibrant spinach soufflé that practically floats!
2. Linguine And Prosciutto
This is a "fancy" version of that classic combination with a couple additional ingredients that add some protein and extra delicious flavor. You can serve this as a super simple main course with a green salad or use it as a side dish -- it pairs really nicely with chicken.
3. Creamy Alfredo Sauce
5-star Alfredo sauce recipe. Two kinds of Italian cheese team up here in a creamy sauce that's terrific served over any type of pasta.
4. How to Make Alfredo Sauce
See how to make a rich, creamy Alfredo sauce from scratch. The secret to rich, delicious, and inexpensive Alfredo sauce is cream cheese! I
5. Italian Farrotto with Wild Mushrooms and Spinach
Farro is an ancient wheat that is a great alternative to risotto. In this Grokker Premium video Chef Staffan Terje will show you how to make a delicious dish of farro, wild mushrooms, spinach, shallots, garlic, butter and parmesan. Buono Appetito!
Whether you'd like to stock your freezer with dinner-worthy ham- and cheese-filled pastries to enjoy on the go or you're just looking for an easy meal that'll remind you of your dorm days, these calzones inspired by Hot Pockets fit the bill. Watch the video to see just how easy it is to assemble a batch, then print out the recipe and get to it.
8. Mac & Cheese Recipe
Time for some gooey Mac and Cheese - stovetop!
9. Asparagus Torta
This kid-friendly lunch item serves up protein and healthy green veggies in a pizza-like package. Asparagus can be substituted for any dark green vegetable in season. It's a fantastic way to introduce your children (or those picky adults in your life) to vegetables, and hey, it happens to be gluten-free!
10. French Onion Green Bean Casserole
If someone calls your green bean casserole “soupy,” it’s usually not a compliment. Here though, it’s completely appropriate. I wanted to rework the iconic Thanksgiving side dish, and wondered what would happen if I brought in some of the tastes and textures that make French onion soup such a favorite.