How can you entice a sceptic to try new foods? A sweet and sticky glaze, followed by roasting, is our go-to method for carrots. You can't go wrong with a side dish of caramelised carrots drizzled with honey and butter in the oven.
It's closer to the Panda Express takeaway version than the traditional version of this mildly sweet dish, which is crispy coated. We love this meal because of the candied walnuts, which are the star of the show.
This savory-sweet fish has been a long-time favourite of Delish readers. Allow the fillets to cook for a few minutes before checking on them. This, combined with the use of extremely high heat, is what creates the flaky crust in this recipe.
These soft and chewy cookies are traditional for the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, but are delicious any time of year. They're beloved by all, young and old, and we can't keep a batch around for long!
All you need for this recipe is three simple ingredients in one clean jar, and then you just whisk it for a few seconds. Sweet, but not overpoweringly so—just the way honey should be.
Whiskey sour devotees, come out in force! Gold Rush is a whiskey drink without the egg whites you've come to adore. In addition to using honey syrup instead of simple syrup, this bourbon shaken cocktail is very exceptional.
Instead of spending money on pre-made honey mustard, why not make your own with only a few basic ingredients? The mayo adds a nice richness to the dish, and the lemon and black pepper give a nice tartness, but we think it's worth the extra effort.