Let's Start Cooking
Here's a collection of recipes from Rachael Ray and friends for kids of all ages to make. Search for your favorite or use the tabs below. Remember, as we say here at Yum-o!, there's no such thing as too many cooks in the kitchen!
Corn Fritters with Alex Guarnaschelli
I could eat corn every day in one form or another. This is recent addition to my repertoire. A few notes: I like to make the batter and drop a little bit in the hot oil, fry and taste it to see if I want to add more salt, sugar or cayenne…Like a test run. Season the corn itself by tossing the kernels in a little salt and brown sugar so it has a lot of flavor itself…If using frozen or canned corn, drain of all excess liquid before seasoning and mixing into batter. If cooking fresh corn, cut the corn off the cob and cook in 1 tablespoon of butter in a sauté pan over medium heat for 2-3 minutes. Then cool and drain of any excess liquid.
Oh, Fudge! with Duff Goldman
Prep Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 10 minutes, plus 2 to 3 hours for chilling
Classic Chicken Parm & Pasta with Andrew Zimmern
This chicken parmesan is my love letter to the Italian-American red sauce classic everyone craves. Sure you can gussy it up, but this recipe sticks to the basics—fried chicken topped with an easy homemade tomato sauce, creamy ricotta, mozzarella melted under the broiler, and a touch of fresh basil. It’s truly a dinner of champions.
Breakfast for Dinner: Maple Plums, Ham Steak and Whole Grain Waffle Stacks
Visions of sugarplums become a reality in this hearty BLD meal you can enjoy anytime of the day!
Braised Pork Chops
Pork chops and potatoes don’t have to take a lot of time! You’ll enjoy this meal in minutes!