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Valencia rice
Valencia rice: Valencia rice (sometimes called paella rice) is Spanish-grown, short-grain rice classically used when...
Spanish-style chorizo
Spanish-style chorizo: Spanish-style chorizo is a seasoned, smoked pork sausage commonly used in tapas dishes, but it’s...
Calamari
Calamari: Calamari, also known as squid, is sold frozen or fresh in the seafood department of the grocery store. Look...
Gnocchi
Gnocchi: Italian for "dumplings," gnocchi can be made from potatoes, flour or farina. Eggs or cheese can be added to...
Purple potatoes
Purple potatoes: Look for purple potatoes in well-stocked markets or substitute small yellow-fleshed potatoes, such as...
Piment d'Espelette
Piment d’Espelette: Piment d’Espelette is a sweet, mildly spicy pepper, from the French side of the Basque region,...
Cream sherry
Cream sherry: Cream sherry is a fortified wine used to flavor sauces. Find it near other fortified wines in your wine...
Serrano ham
Serrano ham: Serrano ham is full-flavored, savory dry-cured ham made from specific breeds of white pigs. It is...
Whole-wheat pizza dough
Whole-wheat pizza dough: Look for whole-wheat pizza-dough balls at your supermarket. Check the ingredient list to make...
Thai chiles
Thai chiles: Thai chiles can be red or green, are only about 1 1/2 inches long and 1/4-inch or less in diameter. They...
Coarse dry whole-wheat breadcrumbs
Coarse dry whole-wheat breadcrumbs: We like Ian’s brand of coarse dry whole-wheat breadcrumbs, labeled “Panko...
Garlic oil
Garlic oil: Garlic oil is oil that has been infused with fresh garlic. We like to use it for salad dressings, as...
Pea shoot
Pea shoot: Pea shoots, sometimes called “pea tendrils” or “pea sprouts,” are the tender vines and leaves of pea plants...
Wonton skins or wrappers
Wonton skins or wrappers: Thin pasta-like wonton skins or wrappers can usually be found in the supermarket produce...
Sumac
Sumac: The tart berries of the sumac bush add another element to many Middle Eastern dishes. Find them whole or ground...
Chipotle chiles
Chipotle chiles: Chipotle chiles in adobo sauce are smoked jalapeños packed in a flavorful sauce. Look for the small...
Black sesame seeds
Black sesame seeds: Black sesame seeds are slightly more flavorful and aromatic than white sesame seeds. Find them in...
Superfine sugar
Superfine sugar: Superfine sugar is an instantly dissolving sugar. It is commonly available in the baking section of...
Kumquat
Kumquat: Kumquats are small, bright orange, egg-shaped citrus fruit. They’re completely edible, from the tart rind to...
Baked tofu
Baked tofu: Precooked “baked tofu” is firmer than water-packed tofu and comes in a wide variety of flavors. We prefer “...
Dried chrysanthemums
Dried chrysanthemums: In China, you can buy dried chrysanthemums at “medicine stores” or vegetable markets; in the U.S...
Cocoa nibs
Cocoa nibs: Cocoa nibs, which are bits of roasted and hulled cocoa beans, are crunchy and have a pure (unsweetened)...
Preserved lemons
Preserved lemons: Preserved lemons are lemons that have been preserved in a salt-lemon juice mixture for at least 30...
Oat flour
Oat flour: Oat flour, made from finely milled whole oats, is a good source of dietary fiber and whole grains. It can...
Lavash
Lavash: Lavash is a soft, thin flatbread commonly used in Armenian or Iranian cuisine. Find it in well-stocked...
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