Chickpeas are famous for being the basis of hummus, but in this Dessert Hummus, you won’t taste them.
Rice Noodles with Shrimp and Zucchini incorporates two of the five ingredients that are must-haves for the millennials’ pantry – shrimp and noodles.
A box of frozen chopped spinach opens up a world of culinary possibilities, include this Spinach and Rice Casserole.
Corn tortillas thicken this Pumpkin Tortilla Soup in a flavorful way, and toasted pumpkin seeds can be used for garnish.
Posted: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 4:30 am
What distinguishes millennial cooks in America, from, say, the stirrers of any other generation? Not merely the drive to make something easy and in a hurry.
It might have to do with exposure — to a wider variety of ethnic foods than ever before, at an earlier age than ever before. Many 18-to-30-somethings logged lots of adolescent hours at ethnic restaurants that once seemed exotic, flavorwise. Their palates have helped expand the international aisles at grocery stores, especially in the Hispanic section.
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