Sunny Anderson's Two-Ingredient Recipes

Wednesday, October 16, 2013
What can you make with just two ingredients? Desserts, dips and more! Sunny Anderson helps you raid your pantry and create 10 new recipes.
Italy's famed "Spritz" takes hold in the French capital, bringing "la dolce vita" to Parisians' summer.
Yogurt makes a tangy and tasty "glue" for fine cornmeal on trout fillets in this less-fat-with-all-the-flavor "fried" fish. Pair it with a crunchy and fresh cucumber radish salad for an especially nice meal.
One of the best things about summer are all of the fresh berries that are in season, and you know it’s official when you start spotting them in your garden or at the local markets. These moist, good-for-you oat-bran muffins are bursting with sweet flavor and are a great way to incorporate more grains into your diet.
What could be better than moist chicken stuffed with crisp, savory bacon and melted Swiss cheese? This elegant yet easy lighter chicken cordon bleu is sure to get the attention of your family and dinner guests with all the flavor of the original but without all the fat (and mess) of frying.
Oregon State University Hatfield Marine Science Center patented a new seaweed superfood that scientists claim is healthier than Kale tastes just like bacon. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) has the story.
Combine two breakfast staples (oatmeal and pancakes) in this hearty take on a favorite. Top with sliced strawberries, maple syrup, and maybe a pat of butter. For best results, eat in bed.
Spicy and tangy, this marinade takes these pork kebabs to a whole new level. Also try it on shrimp or chicken.
Take the stress out of hosting parties with these simple cocktail recipes that require just two ingredients. Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) has more.
Teresa Vu's parents, both from Vietnam, moved to the U.S. at the end of the war and later settled in Egg Harbor Township. They have placed an importance on preserving Vietnamese culture within their family, and Vietnamese iced coffee is just one recipe Vu has inherited from her mother, Oanh Le. Video credit: Teresa Vu
From Beyonce to Kim Kardashian to Jennifer Lawrence: See where your favorite stars cook, eat, and entertain.
Grilling is here, and we can't think of a better way to celebrate than with these OMG-worthy burgers.
A little fizz makes this strawberry lemonade a summertime staple.