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Mouth-Watering Recipes

Delicious and nutritious grub, from MH and others.

The gazpacho recipe you must make before summer’s over: (via @MensHealthFood)

Grill juicy beer-can chicken with this @MensHealthFood recipe:

The best way to grill salmon, via @MensHealthFood:

Make your own batch of real peanut butter with this guide from @MensHealthFood:

The non-traditional hot dog toppings you MUST try.

How to make a delicious Cubano sandwich: (via @MensHealthFood)

Get out the grill this weekend and make this delicious grilled chicken with sesame recipe: Chicken with Sesame

Make mouth-watering, chili-spiced baby back ribs. Here's how:

Pan-seared scallops with lima bean mash and asparagus. Get the delicious recipe, via @MensHealthFood here:

Lemon ricotta pancakes—need we say more?

Seared steak with tomato salad and spinach. The delicious recipe:

Cook healthier General Tso’s chicken with this delicious @MensHealthFood recipe:

Shop once, eat for a week: 10 simple meals that fight fat and build muscle—for less than $50.

How to make slightly sweet and spicy bibimbap that will blow your mind: blog.womenshealth...

Make your own red pepper and leek flatbreads at home with this @MensHealthFood guide:

Chef Aaron Bashy of The Water Club in New York City takes fatty tuna, chops it, and then mixes it with ingredients reminiscent of a sushi bar’s spicy tuna roll. The tiny wasabi tobiko caviar pops between your teeth. The combination of spicy mayonnaise and jalapeno hits you with two heat intensities. Hungry? Cook this recipe up tonight:

Why the mushroom? Because it's meaty and chewy enough to stand-in for a burger, yet it's delicate and earthy enough to have its own identify. Annie Somerville, of San Francisco's Greens Restaurant, let us in on her recipe, and it's no joke. This sandwich is tangy, meaty, sweet, and fresh. Taste it for yourself:

The right sauce can make a great burger even better. Combined with aged cheddar, crisp lettuce, a juicy tomato round, caramelized onions, and a few bread and butter pickles, the sauce in this recipe completes a really damn good burger. Want a taste? Click here to learn the secret:

Turkey burgers? Aren’t those for people who spend the rest of their calories snacking on rice cakes and Tofutti products? Think that way and maybe you just haven’t discovered the right recipe yet. We found one that has homemade herbed mayo and a tart cranberry sauce. In other words, it’s Thanksgiving on a bun. Dig into the recipe here:

Pork, when paired with the perfect toppings, has the power to trump even the best beef burgers. Skeptical? Cook up this recipe:

When done well, a spicy burger brings out the bold taste of the beef, the creaminess of the cheese, and the refreshing properties of lettuce and tomato. It’ll have you reaching for burger’s greatest love—beer—instead of for a fire extinguisher. Feel the burn of the Apache Sweat Lodge Burger:

French charcuterie burger with caramelized apples, by world-famous chef Grant Achatz of Alinea in Chicago. How to make it: