Weeknight Cooking

18 Recipes We Love That You May Have Missed

September 23, 2015

You may have missed these fantastic recipes the first time we shared them, but no more excuses!

Were you the nice kid? The one who most people seemed to like but who, for no reason at all, never got picked first? Who sometimes left your hand raised for hours before the teacher noticed? Who didn't get invited to the birthday party not because you weren't wanted there but because you got overlooked? (Me too.)

These recipes are those kids. We loved them when they came off the stove and out of the ovens in the test kitchen, but we're worried they're still waiting on your "to make" list. No more excuses: We're bringing them to your attention, once and for all.

Mushrooms and Garbanzos on Toast with Cider and Thyme by Rebecca Fallihee | Eggplant & Olive

 

Turnip Greens Gomae by Fairmount_market

 

Mushroom-Stuffed Giant Shell Pasta by MademoiselleGourmande 

 

Bittersweet Chocolate Semifreddo by Alice Medrich

 

Chris Schlesinger & John Willoughby's Grilled Sausage and Cornbread Salad by Genius Recipes

 

Corn Soup with Tofu Larb by Colleen Rose

 

Cracklin' Coconut Cherry Macaroons by hardlikearmour

 

Green Chile, Chicken, Posole Soup by dymnyno

 

Rice Pudding with Sesame Crumble and Blueberries by Sarah Jampel

 

Zhajiang Noodles with Eggplant by Madame Huang

 

Pan-Fried Pork Chops with Vinegar Peppers by Michael Ruhlman

 

Crisp and Tender Almond Flour Pancakes by creamtea

 

Roasted Potatoes with Green Sauce by Cle-ann

 

Strawberry Balsamic Spoon Cake with Poppy Seeds by Alexandra V. Jones

 

Scallion Pancake Challah by molly yeh

 

Spaghetti alla Sylvia Thompson by luvcookbooks

 

Chicken Vindaloo Vesuvius by Madhuja

 

 

Rick Bayless' Tortilla Soup with Shredded Chard by Genius Recipes

Kristen's hypothesis for why this didn't get enough love: It was originally titled "Chilied Tortilla Soup," which people may have read as "Chilled Tortilla Soup." And chilled tortilla soup is not so appealing. 

What Food52 recipes are the most underrated? Which ones are we overlooking? Tell us in the comments! 

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Chef D. November 27, 2015
Ooo those roast potatoes with green sauce looked delicious, reminds me a little of something I had it the Canary islands called "patatas con mojo" it was also potatoes with a green coloured sauce