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Makes about 3 cups Approximate preparation time: 5 to 10 minutes
Leeks grow in very sandy soil, wash thoroughly to remove all grit before using
This recipe makes ample crust for a 9 to 11 inch regular or deep-dish pie or tart. Leftover pastry may be rolled out and cut into shapes to garnish the pie, or brushed with milk, sprinkled with sugar or cinnamon and sugar, and baked until lightly browned.
Homemade pesto and fresh, ripe tomatoes make this a great summertime pizza.
Drizzle over sliced summer tomatoes for a quick and easy salad.
Do-ahead prep makes these perfect for entertaining.
Taste the difference in homemade mayonnaise.
A little lower in fat than most, this Tartar Sauce is good not only with fish and shellfish, but also with steamed fresh vegetables.
This sauce comes together in no time but tastes like it has been simmering all day long. When reduced, it makes a tasty topping for homemade pizzas.
A simple, flavorful, and healthy sauce to complement chicken, seafood, and vegetables
Once you see how simple Cuisinart pizzas are to make, you will never order one to be delivered again.
Fresh homemade bread is simple to make with your Cuisinart® Food Processor.
There is nothing like homemade bread. This bread freezes beautifully so you can make it on the weekend to serve during the week. Makes three large baguettes, about 1 pound each
Makes two single crust 9-inch tarts/pies, or one double-crust pie, 24 servings Approximate preparation time: 5 minutes plus 30 minutes for resting.
Fresh orange and lemon juices replace the vinegar in this refreshing dressing. Try it on greens, or use it to create a salad with cooked rice (try a mixture of brown and wild rice), diced vegetables and chopped toasted nuts.
This Neapolitan pizza is perfect in summer using fresh, ripe tomatoes and basil.
Pizzas are so simple to make with a Cuisinart® Food Processor that you can throw away the delivery menu!
Using a high quality, European-style butter makes a difference, so splurge! We feature it in our Dill-Radish Tea Sandwich but a pat on top of grilled or roasted salmon is another great use for it.
Vibrant with color and texture, this spread isn’t just for schmearing on your morning bagel – serve with crackers, in sandwiches, or even as a topping to a baked potato.
Delicious topping for any roasted bagel. Try the zestier version with a crudités or as a spread for tea sandwiches.
You'll be pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to make your own nut butter; be sure to use unsalted nuts so you can control the amount of seasoning in the final product.
Tahini (a paste of ground sesame seeds) can now be found in most grocery stores. Be sure to stir well before measuring out, as it naturally separates in its jar. This dressing is a perfect match for our falafel, but is also just as delicious on a salad of mixed greens.
There are many versions of this recipe, but our take is pretty close to the classic. If you’d prefer not to use raw egg yolks, egg substitute can easily be used.
This is a slightly cheesier version of the standard pesto, so adjust the amount of cheese if desired. Try any combination of herbs or nuts in this recipe.
This sauce not only complements seafood but also pairs well with freshly steamed vegetables. For a richer, thick consistency, use Greek yogurt in place of regular.
Serve warm tortilla chips alongside this fresh and tangy salsa.
Our fresh guacamole is perfect for the Sunday game or served alongside quesadillas for a festive dinner.
A delicous yet healthy way to start the day. Your kids will never guess that the secret ingredient in these muffins is carrots—they add the perfect sweetness.
Frittatas are simple and delicious. This is also tasty with some crumbled, cooked Italian sausage mixed into it.
This moist, quick bread is perfect for breakfast or for an afternoon snack.
It is easy enough to buy canned, but making your own is just as simple and much more delicious!
Serve this brightly flavored dip with warm pita for a satisfying snack.
An elegant sandwich to serve for light lunch or afternoon tea.
Be sure to have these sandwiches front and center on your lunch buffet – they are not only delicious, but they will also bring lots of color to your table.
This recipe is great for a hungry crowd and can easily be doubled. We use a combination of sweet and hot sausage in this bread but feel free to use whatever suits your taste.
Sweet ricotta complements the slight bitterness of broccoli rabe in this version.
A mayonnaise-free version of the classic barbecue dish, this is nice and light, with the same tang.
This delicious, garden-fresh salad is always a big hit – even among non-salad eaters!
The sweetness of the brussels sprouts comes out nicely in this simple side dish. For an upscale take on it, drizzle a small amount of white truffle oil over the sprouts just before serving.
The Middle-Eastern street food staple can now be found in just about every city. The food processor makes it possible to whip it up in your own home!
A quick and simple stir fry. This is just a base add cooked chicken, beef, or cubed tofu to the dish to make it a bit heartier.
A bit spicy and full of flavor, this is a great recipe to have in your arsenal – kids especially will love assembling their own tacos.
Crushed tortilla chips make crisp fish sticks, which are perfect in fish tacos, but for a more traditional coating, use plain breadcrumbs.
Use any leftovers from this “sweet” dough for easy cookies. Just roll, cut into your favorite shape and bake.
Fresh from the oven, warm rolls make any dinner extra-special.
These biscuits are so light and tender, you will want to make them every night.
A cake that is moist, sweet and a bit tangy. Garnish the top of the cake with toasted almonds, or finely chop walnuts and press around the lower sides of the cake for a picture-perfect presentation.
Change up the Thanksgiving table with this pumpkin pie–inspired dessert.
Everyone needs a fail-proof apple pie recipe – here is our favorite to share with you and your family.