The flavors in a popular Mexican cake are redesigned into a simple, pretty dessert.
This quick microwave casserole is based on Mexican chilaquiles, which uses broken tortilla chips for added texture.
Similar to American potato salad, this one's dressing is mayonnaise-based, but the Korean version sometimes uses julienned rather than chunked potatoes and also contains carrots, peas, scallions and chives. It’s far from conventional and far from bland.
Ricotta salata is an aged and salted ricotta cheese. Unlike fresh ricotta, it can be sliced or crumbled.
Lovers of beef and chorizo can have their steak and eat it, too: Here, a garlic, cumin, and smoked-paprika rub on rare roast beef has the alluring smoky meatiness you've always associated with the richly flavored sausage.
Like most flourless chocolate cakes, this one is intensely rich. If you're a person who can never get enough chocolate, try this dessert.