Cook like a Twin Cities chef with recipes from Ann Kim, Yia Vang and more
Hungry home chefs can enjoy meals from the Twin Cities' top chefs, without the cost or hassle of going out to eat.
State of play: Many local restaurateurs have shared recipes with cooking sites and local outlets over the years. We searched far and wide to compile a list of options sure to suit a range of tastes and cooking abilities.
Pro tip: Some of these recipes are on sites that have a paywall. A number of local chefs, including Gavin Kaysen and Justin Sutherland, have published full cookbooks that can be checked out from local libraries.
🍚 Yia Vang (Union Hmong Kitchen): Tri-tip steak with tiger bite sauce, purple sticky rice, blistered green beans and more Hmong classics via Bon Appetit.
Sean Sherman (Owamni): Three sisters bowl with hominy, beans and squash, salmon with crushed blackberries and more via NYT Cooking.
🐟 Jamie Malone (Paris Dining Club, Grand Cafe): Roasted sunchokes with brown butter-cider vinaigrette and a salt-baked whole fish via Food & Wine.
🍸 Vikre Distillery: Juniper gimlet, spruce martini and more cocktail concoctions via the Vikre website.
Weigh in: Do you have a favorite recipe written (or inspired) by a local chef? Send it our way at [email protected].
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