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Healthy Diet Recipes

Tomato Fried Rice

A handful of the tomatoes are cooked with scallions in the rice, while the rest are served on top. But the secret is generously salting the sliced tomatoes before cooking—it concentrates all that tomato flavor and lets out some of the liquid.

Sheet-Pan Potato Hash

These shingled sheet-pan taters are somewhere between french fries and potato chips (and heaven). The key to achieving the remarkably crispy-meets-creamy texture is to use russets. Their natural starch and low moisture content make them ideal for roasting at high temperatures. To get them crisp and golden, they’ll need a …

Rib Roast

This rib roast is rubbed with a punchy mixture of rosemary, anchovies, and garlic. The reverse sear (starting low and slow, finishing hot and fast!) is excellent when cooking large cuts of meat for a crowd, not only for its foolproof results, but because it’s the ultimate do-ahead. Slow-roast it …

Fall Fruit Galette

Our favorite apples for baking are Pink Lady, Honeycrisp, and Granny Smith; they hold their shape well and don’t turn mushy when cooked. This would also be excellent made with Comise or Bartlett pears. You can play around by adding: 2 tsp. of fresh spices (think cinnamon, nutmeg, coriander, fennel), …

Martini Bar

Technically it’s called a 50/50 since it’s half gin and half vermouth. As you won’t be individually stirring these ‘tinis, water is added to aid in the dilution you’d normally get from ice. That’s necessary to transform the mixture from pure alcohol to a tasty, drinkable beverage.