59 Recipes Epi Readers Are Relying on Right Now

BY THE EDITORS OF EPICURIOUS

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Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Rhoda Boone


Yes, you're making really good pantry pasta—but you're also mastering béchamel.

We're all in the kitchen, cooking through another week of isolation. But what's for dinner? When we look at what you're looking at on Epicurious these days, some themes become clear. You're whipping up your favorite comfort foods, but also picking up new cooking strategies—and in some cases, going back to essential cooking techniques you’d like to master. Below you'll find the top recipes you've been visiting again and again lately, including simple pantry meals and bigger projects. Because while now is the time to practice cooking with whatever you've got, it’s also a great time to master the art of homemade bread, tempered chocolate, and silky béchamel. Whatever you find yourself getting into these days, you’ll surely find a recipe below to put to good use.

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Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Olivia Mack Anderson

Simple One-Skillet Chicken Alfredo Pasta

What's better than chicken Alfredo? Chicken Alfredo that cooks in one pot. In this simple version of the creamy classic, the chicken, pasta, and sauce come together in a single skillet. Feel free to add in any vegetables—fresh or frozen!—you have on hand.

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Photo and Food Styling by Joseph De Leo

Sourdough Biscuits

Think twice before pouring your excess sourdough starter down the drain. This recipe puts every bit of your sourdough discard to good use, taking place of buttermilk and adding a nice tangy element to these biscuits.

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Sausage and Greens Sheet-Pan Dinner

Thirty minutes is all you need to make this highly-customizable sheet pan dinner. Use any sausage you like (plant-based sausage counts, too!), any potatoes you'd like, and any hearty greens you have in your fridge. The secret is in the sweet-tart mustard dressing that you'll drizzle on top.

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Our Favorite Banana Bread

Looking for a great banana bread recipe? Look no further. We've combined the best elements of our most popular banana bread recipes to create the ultimate banana bread. Taste this nutty, sweet, and supremely moist bread, and you'll never need another version again.

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Photo and Food Styling by Kendra Vaculin

The Best Way to Make Black Beans In The World

You don't need a recipe to make really great beans from a can. You just need to use the whole thing—liquid and all—plus a little onion, garlic, and some spices. Finish it off with a little honey and vinegar and you're good to go. Smear some across a tortilla before building a taco; load up a burrito bowl with spiced rice, onions, and peppers; top a scoop with fried eggs and cheese; or eat the whole thing with chips and call it dinner.


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