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.
Martha Stewart and Chef Rick Bayless cook a traditional Mexican dish of ceviche with fresh striped sea bass marinated in fresh lime juice, and mixed with olives and white onions.
Chef Curtis Stone makes a delicious juice your kids will love.
Irish chef Darina Allen joins Martha to make a traditional Irish meal for St. Patrick’s Day: Irish bacon and cabbage with parsley sauce. Cook a pork loin in water and add the cabbage. The parsley sauce is made with milk, onions, and parsley, and thickened with roux. Serve with floury Irish potatoes.
We're sure that you've already heard that one of the most popular sayings of the decade is “everything’s better with bacon”. Sarah proves this to be 100% true with four of her favorite bacon recipes, all in one video, like her Baked Tortellini with Bacon and her savory Bacon, Egg and Mushroom Breakfast Toast. Check it out!
Just when you thought mac and cheese couldn't get any better... 13 Recipes Based on Your Other Favorite Comfort Foods.
Move over chips and salsa, Emeril Lagasse has stepped up game day appetizers with Tuna Poke and Cheesy Beer Dip. Easy and Delicious!
A french dip sandwich is a filling and appetizing sandwich for any game day grub.
This is the best tortilla soup you will ever try. Don't forget the crunchy tortilla strips!
This rich and delicious soup is perfect to keep you and your friends warm and cozy this winter.
Chef Mario Batali transforms your kitchen into a 5-star restaurant with his go-to Italian dish.
Sarah Carey’s cupcakes are the best treat — especially when they are filled with a sweet frosting. Here, Sarah shares her recipes for her favorite cupcake fillings: molten raspberry, peanut butter, and a sandwich cookie!
Martha Stewart and Hao Jiang Tian and his wife Martha make Peking duck with green onions, cucumber and hoisin sauce.