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Food Truck Recipes You Can Make at Home

  • Yunghee Kim

    Korean Tacos

    Makes: 8 tacos

    Prep: 20 minutes

    Marinate: 1 hour

    Cook: 9 minutes

    Let Rest: 5 minutes

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    Middle Eastern Lamb and Rice

    Makes: 4 servings

    Prep: 20 minutes

    Marinate: 1 hour

    Cook: 20 minutes

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  • Video: Braised Lamb Shank Recipe

  • Yunghee Kim

    Banana Split Waffles

    Makes: 6 waffles

    Prep: 5 minutes

    Cook: per manufacturer's directions

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  • Video: Classic Waffles Recipe

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    BBQ Brisket Grilled Cheese

    Makes: 12 sandwiches

    Prep: 15 minutes

    Slow Cook: 8 hours on LOW

    Cook: 4 minutes per batch

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  • Yunghee Kim

    Shrimp Dumplings with Miso Dipping Sauce

    Makes: 8 servings (48 dumplings)

    Prep: 1 hour

    Cook: 12 minutes

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  • Video: How to Make Dumplings

  • Yunghee Kim

    Meatball Banh Mi

    Makes: 6 sandwiches

    Prep: 20 minutes

    Bake: 20 minutes

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    PB&J Ice Cream

    Makes: 12 servings (about 6 cups)

    Prep: 10 minutes

    Cook: 8 minutes

    Process: per manufacturer's instructions

    Freeze: 2 hours

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  • Video: Strawberry and Cream Cheese Ice Cream

  • Yunghee Kim

    Mint Chocolate Latte

    Makes: 1 latte

    Prep: 5 minutes

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    Hand-Cut French Fries

    Makes: 8 servings

    Prep: 30 minutes

    Cook: 2 minutes

    Fry: 32 minutes

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  • Yunghee Kim

    Chicken Yakitori

    Makes: 8 skewers

    Prep: 30 minutes

    Marinate: 30 minutes

    Cook: 9 minutes

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  • Aaron Lloyd Barr

    Popular Food Trucks

    Fried Egg I'm In Love

    City: Portland, Oregon

    Twitter Handle: @friedegglove

    "If you liked it then you should have put an egg on it" seems to be the mantra of this breakfast-centric truck. Customers can pick up a coffee along with an inventively named morning sandwich (Yolko Ono, Sriracha Mix-A-Lot, Free-Range Against the Machine, to name a few).

    Illustration by Aaron Lloyd Barr

  • Aaron Lloyd Barr

    Popular Food Trucks

    Seti's Polish Boys

    City: Cleveland

    Twitter Handle: It's old-school—just a phone number

    The Polish Boy, a decadent sandwich loaded with kielbasa, fries, coleslaw and barbecue sauce, is as iconic to Cleveland as cheesesteak is to Philadelphia. (Hometown hero and The Chew star Michael Symon is a huge fan.) Feeling extra indulgent? Add chili and cheese.

    Illustration by Aaron Lloyd Barr

  • Aaron Lloyd Barr

    Popular Food Trucks

    Kogi BBQ

    City: Los Angeles

    Twitter Handle: @kogibbq

    Chef Roy Choi has become a rock star in the food truck world, firing up the Korean-Mexican taco movement nationwide. (He currently operates four vehicles in and around L.A.!) Choi's short rib taco with cilantro-onion-lime relish is legendary.

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    Popular Food Trucks

    Cow Tipping Creamery

    City: Austin, Texas

    Twitter Handle: @cowtippcreamery

    The number of food truck options in this city (1,500+) is daunting, but this relative newcomer holds its own deliciously. These soft-serve artisans make their own toppings—among them, Dr Pepper cherry sauce and Ritz crunch. Order a "stacker," basically a layered sundae, and you'll want to do the twist.

    Illustration by Aaron Lloyd Barr

  • Aaron Lloyd Barr

    Popular Food Trucks

    The Grilled Cheeserie

    City: Nashville, Tennessee

    Twitter Handle: @GrlldCheeserie

    Who doesn't love grilled cheese? Have this gourmet-on-wheels whip up one of its specialties (hello, pimento mac 'n' cheese), or create your own flavorful adventure from their list of breads, cheeses and additions.

    Illustration by Aaron Lloyd Barr

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    Popular Food Trucks

    Wafels & Dinges

    City: New York

    Twitter Handle: @waffletruck

    Brussels native Thomas DeGeest quit his job at IBM to start selling waffles from a bright yellow 1968 Chevy box truck. "Dinges" is the Belgian word for "stuff," meaning toppings like dulce de leche, maple syrup and walnuts. No sweet tooth? No worries: There are plenty of savory options.

    Illustration by Aaron Lloyd Barr

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