Recipes That Use Olives | Martha Stewart

Available in an array of sizes and colors, olives bring a savory, salty quality to so many recipes. From basic appetizers that wow to family-friendly dinners, such as the Braised Chicken with Potatoes, Olives, and Lemon, pictured here, we’re sharing over two dozen different ways to use olives. And if you’re new to the world of olives, we have a guide that outlines 12 different varieties so you can choose the right one for your recipe.

Olives bring meaty, briny, and aromatic quality to any recipe, which is why they’re especially popular in Mediterranean cooking. Olives pair well with fish and poultry, but can also instantly—and elegantly—elevate a recipe such as roasted cauliflower, a citrus salad, and even deviled eggs. Toss them with roasted vegetables at the end of the cooking process so that they become warm, but still maintain their texture. Or garnish them raw on top of

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The Best Dinner Casseroles | Martha Stewart

Casseroles are mealtime staples. Whether you’re serving one as a Thanksgiving side dish, like a classic Green Bean Casserole, or you’re simply trying to find a dinner the whole family will love, casseroles are just the thing to get everyone excited for a family meal. To that end, we’re sharing some of our favorite recipes that will make figuring out what to make for supper a no-brainer.

Take our Eggplant Meatball Casserole, pictured here, for example: Our eggplant-based take on the classic meatball makes it a win for any vegetarians at your dinner table, while breadcrumbs, mozzarella, and Parmesan give the dish the familiar texture and flavor that will have everyone asking for seconds. It’s comforting, easy to prepare, and guaranteed to be gone in a flash. Another vegetarian-friendly recipe the whole family will love is our Mushroom and Black Bean Tortilla Casserole. It only takes 30 minutes to get

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The Best Salmon Recipes | Martha Stewart

Its rich flavor, beautiful red-orange flesh, and high levels of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids, are just some of the reasons why salmon is the most popular fish in the U.S. Wild-caught salmon is the best-tasting and most environmentally friendly choice. We’re fans of Alaskan salmon, which is wild-caught then flash frozen and widely available in grocery stores and at fish markets. When you see fresh, not frozen, wild salmon for sale, it is usually fish that has been thawed.

Salmon is super simple to cook and so versatile, as you’ll see from this collection of recipes. You can use it in everything from hearty chowders to homemade sushi, and when either is made with baked—not raw fish—either is a family-friendly recipe that can be easily added to your weeknight dinner rotation. Our Roasted Salmon and Spring Onions with Mint-Caper Pesto, pictured here, is an impressive, delicious place

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