Classic American appetizers like spicy wings and deviled eggs are perfect for everything from game days to midnight snacks. This s'mores dip will be gone before you can say 'mini marshmallow', Serve this smoky, chunky veg gumbo dip with Tom Kerridge's Southern-fried prawns. Cooked in mini muffin pans, the mini macs can be assembled early and baked just as guests arrive. Experiment with Southern-style coating on prawns, instead of chicken. According to Southern tradition, the hostess at a ladies’ luncheon should serve little meatballs in a chafing dish or on a platter with toothpicks as a satisfying snack for any men in attendance. To check for doneness, rely on the visual cues for browning—a cake tester will come out clean before the cake is cooked through. With walnuts, mayonnaise, apples and grapes, this recipe is a riff on classic Waldorf salad. Add a dash of spicy chipotle or smoky barbecue sauce to bring some zing, Our easy cookie dough mixture is totally safe to eat and can be made in minutes. This fun, high-brow take on pigs in a blanket swaps spicy andouille sausage for the hot dogs, with sweet mustard chutney as a condiment. Buttermilk in the dressing adds a hint of sourness, Feast on these lager-battered pickled onion rings as a snack, or serve as part of an American-themed spread, with BBQ chicken pieces and mac ‘n’ cheese. These rolls, which are a delightful play on the traditional lobster roll, are quite substantial, so one per person is plenty, especially if you're serving additional hors d’oeuvres. PHOTO © ANNA WILLIAMS, Credit: Some comments may be held for manual review. Here are some of our all-time favorites that will never get old no matter how often we eat them. © Abby Hocking, Credit: The recipe can be made ahead of time, so it’s great for parties. Subscription offer: save 44% and receive a brand-new cookbook, Tomato, avocado & corn salad with migas & buttermilk dressing, Sticky bourbon BBQ wings with blue cheese dip. Abby Hocking / Food & Wine, Credit: When we think of American classics our minds jump to the comforting standbys we grew up with: burgers, fried chicken, meatloaf, chocolate chip cookies, and potato salad. The Best Part About Mexican-Style Burritos Is You Eat More Than One, Rethinking American Buttercream: Still Quick and Easy, Just Better, Seven-Minute Frosting: The Fluff of Legend, Pressure Cook Your Way to Perfect Chili in Just 60 Minutes. Abby Hocking, Credit: Easy to make and so good, The best side dish in the States, this addictive, creamy, cheesy mix goes well with pretty much everything, but pairs particularly well with barbecue dishes. We may earn a commission on purchases, as described in our affiliate policy. © KAREN MORDECHAI, Credit: These wings are hot, but if you like them incendiary, pass extra Tabasco sauce at the table. Hello Fresh special offer: Get 50% off your first recipe box, then 35% off the next three. Keep a batch in the fridge, eat it by the spoon, serve it with ice cream, or mould it, shape it and colour it with…, For a special supper, try this classic American cut from the sirloin. This twist on deviled eggs is Chef Missy Robbins’ favorite way to get the salty, spicy, tangy filling all in one crunchy bite. Here, she deconstructs the retro hors d’oeuvre, blending hard-boiled eggs with mustard and mayonnaise so it’s more like an egg salad that she can spread on toasts. This American pork rib recipe is sure to satisfy at a barbecue - roast until tender, then finish with a sticky glaze for melt-in-the-mouth meat, An indulgent chocolate and pecan treat with buttery pastry and a gooey filling everybody can get stuck into, A tasty veggie dip with a mayonnaise and soured cream base, great for raw veggies or toasted pitta bread, This cheap, flavourful cut of meat is perfect for the smoky flavours of American and South American barbecue, ideal comfort food for a cold winter’s night, Slow cook these American-style pork ribs so they're really tender then coat in an irresistibly sweet, sticky sauce, A simple, American staple the whole family can get stuck into. Dip in the chicken wings or the celery and radishes – or do both! Chef Ford Fry uses European techniques and flavors at the neighborhood bistro JCT. Ken Oringer often serves dip at winter tailgates because it travels well and is simple to eat (no plates or forks necessary). Comments can take a minute to appear—please be patient! He coats his extra-crisp version in panko (Japanese bread crumbs) and fries them in schmaltz, or chicken fat, though vegetable oil works well, too. Our 22 Best Crock Pot and Slow-Cooker Recipes. Some HTML is OK: link, strong, em. Check out the slideshow or skip to the individual recipe links below! These supereasy baked chicken wings use just a few ingredients and four simple steps. PHOTO © EARL CARTER, Credit: Food & Wine is part of the Meredith Corporation Allrecipes Food Group. These genius hors d’oeuvres from Colby Garrelts (an F&W Best New Chef 2005) call for just three ingredients. Magazine subscription – save 44% and get a cookbook of your choice. These moreish prawns have a crispy, spicy coating and taste great with a hot gumbo dip and lemon wedges, This pie is loosely based on the flavours of an American sloppy joe, but we've topped it with mash as an alternative to the traditional cottage pie, Take the humble hot dog to another level by using steak, complemented by melted cheese, fried green peppers and crispy onions. She tosses chopped endives with a lemony dressing, then spoons the mixture inside elegant endive spears, topping it with cheese and crunchy mini croutons. Grace Parisi transforms a classic Caesar into a clever finger food. It makes an excellent condiment for an American-themed platter, Grilled Cajun-spiced chicken breasts topped with bacon, avocado and cheese... set to become a Friday night favourite, Try this tasty American-style tomato, avocado and corn salad alongside roast chicken or barbecued meat. It's a terrific accompaniment to his hush puppies—cheekily nicknamed “shut-your-piehole puppies” by the cooks in his kitchen. Down Home with the Neelys has inventive recipes like these irresistible crostini. These classic crab cakes are easy to make, as is the tangy horseradish cream. Learn more in the Comment Policy section of our Terms of Use page. Learn more on our About page, and find out who’s to blame on our masthead. Subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest recipes and tips! The dry brine seasons the meat to the bone and keeps it succulent during cooking, Wow family and friends with this golden pecan pie and silky, sweet maple cream.