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7 New Recipes To Make In Your HexClad Pans

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7 New Recipes To Make In Your HexClad Pans

When you’ve got gorgeous pans that are a joy to cook in, you’re going to want to use them all the time. That means you’ll need some new recipe ideas, too. This month, we’ve got 7 new ideas for cooking with your HexClad pots and pans, from burgers made on your double-burner griddle to bulgogi worthy of your favorite Korean restaurant. Whether you’re looking for healthy sides to serve with easy summer grill outs or a comforting taco skillet, there’s something for you.


Cheesy Tacos Norteños Skillet

To make this deeply flavorful dinner, you’ll start by marinating steak in a citrus-spiked beer marinade. Then, after quickly cooking it in your HexClad 12” Hybrid Pan, you’ll make a quick, spicy tomato-poblano sauce. After topping with the cooked steak and a layer of shredded Monterey Jack, you’ll broil the skillet until the cheese reaches bubbling perfection. Serve with tortillas, guacamole, and your favorite taco fixings.

Get the recipe for Cheesy Tacos Norteños Skillet.

Warm Grilled Zucchini, Feta, & Basil Salad

This summer, be the person who brings the most delicious side to the potluck barbecue. This easy recipe turns coins of peak summer squash into tender bites. You’ll cook them on one side of the grill in your HexClad 12” Hybrid BBQ Grill Pan while crisping capers in your HexClad 8” Hybrid Pan on the other side before stirring in basil, vinegar, honey, and garlic to make a warm dressing. Topped with ricotta salata or feta, the dish is a dream of summer. Serve with grilled salmon, chicken, steak, or tofu.

Get the recipe for Warm Grilled Zucchini, Feta, & Basil Salad.

Sweet Chile & Ricotta Eggplant Toast

Few foods are more perfect than grilled bread and meltingly tender eggplant. The two meet in this simple yet elegant recipe for toast that makes a great appetizer or light meal. You’ll first grill Japanese eggplants–those are the long, skinny kind–in your HexClad 12” Hybrid BBQ Grill Pan. You’ll spoon these on top of grilled slices of sourdough that are smeared with a lime- and basil-infused ricotta mixture. Enjoy with a glass of orange wine.

Get the recipe for Sweet Chile & Ricotta Eggplant Toast.

Baja Fish Tacos

The second best thing to going to Baja for oceanside crispy fish tacos is making your own. They’re easy to make: you’ll dredge pieces of white fish (like cod or halibut) in a beer batter before quickly frying in your HexClad 3.3QT Hybrid Deep Sauté Pan. Then, serve the perfectly golden pieces in warm tortillas with avocado, cabbage, pickles, onions, and cilantro. Oh, and don’t forget the Baja crema, a Sriracha-infused mayo sauce that takes every bite up a notch.

Get the recipe for Baja Fish Tacos.

Grilled Korean Bulgogi

Make classic Korean bulgogi with your HexClad BBQ Grill Pan for an easy weeknight dinner packed with flavor. You’ll start by letting the beef infuse in a blended marinade, which combines Asian pear, ginger, onion, garlic, soy sauce, and gochujang. Then, throw together a kimchi-cabbage slaw that packs a punch. After quickly grilling the marinated beef, you’ll serve it over steamed rice with the slaw for a delicious dinner sure to become a family favorite.

Get the recipe for Grilled Korean Bulgogi.

Crispy White Bean & Sweet Potato Veggie Burger

Forget the bland patties caked in freezer burn and make your own standout bean and sweet potato veggie burgers. You’ll start by cooking onion and sweet potato until golden and soft, before mashing them together with white beans and forming into hearty patties. You’ll cook them on your HexClad Double Burner Griddle, but if you don’t have one, your largest skillet will do. Topped with sliced havarti cheese, spring greens, and sugar snap peas, the result is a satisfying vegetarian dinner to make again and again.

Get the recipe for Crispy White Bean & Sweet Potato Veggie Burger.

Chicken Parm Sandwich

Is there a better weekend project than making your own chicken parm to layer into epic sandwiches? We think not. For this standout recipe for chicken parm sandwiches, you’ll start by making your own pesto and tomato sauce, before breading and pan-frying chicken until perfectly crispy. To assemble, you’ll layer everything on sourdough bread with shredded mozzarella. Wanting a quicker version? Simply substitute store bought pesto and tomato sauce. Or, go the opposite direction and make your own sourdough bread.

Get the recipe for Chicken Parm Sandwich.

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