There’s no better time than now to utilize those pantry staples.
Chicken juices baste the beans as this one-dish dinner roasts, resulting in layers of rich flavor.
Andouille sausage adds deep flavor and spice to the split peas. Mix it up by subbing in your favorite smoked sausage or a ham hock.
A mix of pineapple preserves and apricot or apple preserves were the original components in this tangy condiment. We like the flavor of peach preserves, but you can use what you have on hand.
Accented with hot sauce, thick-cut bacon, and collard greens, these peanut noodles are a fun take on a classic Thai dish.
Swirls of delicious blackberry jam give this easy-to-make skillet bread just the right amount of sweetness.
Pickle brine is full of flavor, yet often goes down the drain when the jar is finished. This crispy-bottomed rice is full of briny flavor with a buttery crunch.