How to Make the Perfect Omelet
Master the classic French omelet using Martha's foolproof method — and her Ceramic Nonstick Fry Pan. It offers excellent heat control and effortless food resistance, setting you up for omelet success everytime.
Mango pairs beautifully with tangerine in this tropical smoothie bowl, while Martha's homemade quinoa granola takes it over the top.
This spoonable smoothie combines apple, avocado, cucumber, fennel, and ginger to delicious effect.
Protein-rich Greek yogurt and nutrient-dense oats turn this bowl into a substantial, satisfying breakfast.
Frozen berries and store-bought almond milk make quick work of this creamy, dreamy smoothie bowl.
Martha kickstarts each morning with this vibrant, energizing juice — packed with raw vegetables, fresh fruit, and bright herbs — that can be tailored to whatever produce you have on hand.
Cook This Now: One-Pot Wonders
Delicious dishes are a snap with Martha's new enameled cast-iron Dutch ovens and braiser. So think beyond stews and chilis; these recipes reveal just some of the pots' many hidden talents.
Yes, you can make chili in just half an hour! Tomato paste and chipotle chiles in adobo help achieve that bold, long-simmered flavor.
A hearty blend of chicken thighs, cannellini beans, poblano chiles, and fresh herbs, this stew is one-pot cooking at its finest.
Finished with store-bought marinara and plenty of melted cheese, these spinach-and-ricotta lasagna spirals are just the thing for a weeknight.
In this satisfying one-pot recipe, salmon is cooked on a bed of carrots and beets and topped with a mustardy arugula salad.
Cilantro, chiles, shallots, and ginger kick up the flavor of this restorative and comforting Asian-inspired chicken noodle soup.
Packed with an array of seeds (sunflower, pumpkin, flax, sesame, and poppy), this easy yeasted bread couldn't be more flavorful.