Cook something new for dinner, try a new culinary technique, or invite family and friends for a delicious brunch. From Italian to French to classic American fare, Calphalon has recipes for every skill level.
Veal Cutlet with Brussels Sprouts, Maitake Mushrooms and Mustard Vinaigrette
A tasty Italian entrée. Serve with a side of your favorite pasta. Courtesy of Mike Isabella.
Butternut Squash and Kale Frittata with Spiced Yogurt
A simple one pan dish that goes directly from stovetop to the oven. Substitute other vegetables and proteins for a variety of flavors. Courtesy of Mike Isabella.
Braised Chicken Thighs with Fontina Polenta and Balsamic Onions
The thighs are perhaps the juiciest part of the chicken. Pair this entrée with a crisp white wine. Courtesy of Mike Isabella.
Tasso and White Beans
A Louisiana specialty, tasso ham has a spicy, peppery flavor that adds flavor and heat to your recipes. It’s made from pork shoulder, not leg, and is traditionally added to soups, gumbos, beans, grits and rice.
Pan Seared Steak
Use a Calphalon stainless steel, hard-anodized aluminum or specially designed Sear Nonstick sauté or frying pan for best results.
Pan Fried Shrimp with Spicy Remoulade
A perfect appetizer for entertaining. If you prefer really spicy food, you can increase the amount of hot sauce in the remoulade.
Oven Baked Crepe with Chocolate Hazelnut Sauce
Serve this decadent dessert after a special anniversary or birthday dinner - or surprise friends and family and prepare it for brunch.
Herbed Frittata with Sun Dried Tomatoes and Goat Cheese
Make this the centerpiece of your next weekend brunch. It’s easy to make, and you can easily substitute with ingredients you have on hand, such as bacon, sausage, different cheeses or herbs fresh from your garden.
Capellini with Cherry Tomato, White Wine and Shaved Pecorino Romano
Before putting your pasta into the boiling water, add a teaspoon or more of salt. It will quickly dissolve, and add delicious flavor to the pasta.
Turn up the heat in the kitchen and learn to flambé! This exciting and delicious dessert combines bananas with dark rum, butter, sugar and cinnamon.
For a different flavor, try replacing the chocolate liqueur with crème de cassis, crème de cacao, coffee bean- or orange-flavored liqueur.
Infused Crème Anglaise
Use your imagination when selecting flavoring to infuse in this sauce. Instead of using traditional vanilla or peppermint, try using citrus juice, such as orange, lemon or lime, and a teaspoon of citrus zest.