Mango Butter

Recipes

The preparation for panna cotta, or cooked cream, can be whisked together in a flash. Buttermilk adds a tangy balance to the rich cream in this version, and seasonal berries contribute color and sweetness. Be sure to allow several hours for the panna cotta to chill...

A thin coating of paprika-infused cornmeal turns into a crispy crust on tender halibut fillets for this tasty fish sandwich.

Roasted turkey and sliced mild goat's milk cheese make a great pair in these baked, knife-and-fork sandwiches, topped with green cabbage and sweet apple slaw.

This seasonal beauty calls on spring all-stars asparagus and strawberries for a satisfying salad. The blended avocado results in a smooth and creamy cloak for the produce.

This crisp snack doesn't actually have any cheese or dairy in it but delivers a cheesy, savory flavor in a healthy way.

This pasta dish will soon become a family favorite. In a hurry? Use a cup of thawed frozen spinach instead of fresh; just be sure to squeeze it well to remove any excess water. Serve with garlic bread and a fresh salad for a complete meal.

You'll be surprised how easy and tasty this kale preparation is. Andrea from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, sent us this recipe with a note: "It's the only recipe I've found where the kale is not masked by other flavors or cooking methods, and it's crunchy.

Here's a soup that can be put together quickly and offers comforting, warm and spicy flavors. Serve the soup family-style in a large tureen and arrange the garnishes around the table in colorful bowls for everyone to dress up their soup.

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Full of holiday flavor, this easy vegetable risotto-style dish makes the perfect centerpiece for your Thanksgiving meal.

Present this dessert at your holiday gathering and watch family and friends delight in its rich flavors. A deep molasses cake studded with tart fresh cranberries and topped with sweet and tangy Greek yogurt icing, it’s guaranteed to please. Make sure to ice the...

These irresistible sprouts are a holiday favorite but too tasty to serve just once a year. The recipe is easily halved for smaller gatherings or an everyday family meal.

These delightful spuds bake up super-crispy thanks to a series of thin slices and clarifying the butter, so it can be heated to a higher temperature for roasting. Experiment with other herbs and spices, such as caraway seeds and sage.

If you crave crispy, crackling turkey skin, this is the bird for you! A few simple techniques result in a juicy, rosemary-scented turkey with skin that’s wonderfully caramelized.

These tender raisin-stuffed cakes have a delicious toasted millet crust when they've finished baking. For a filling breakfast serve them alongside sausage links and fresh fruit.

Making chicken nuggets for the kids? Prepare some extra for this dinner-sized Caesar salad, packed with crisp lettuce and garbanzo beans. Add carrots and sliced bell peppers for extra color.

Blood-red, raspberry ice cubes are fun for tricks and treats alike. As the ice cubes melt, the soda will turn red!

Get tricked or treated with these rich brownie bites, decorated with honey-sweetened pumpkin and cream cheese frosting. Save leftover frosting for spreading on toast or dipping fresh fruit.

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