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5 Utah Dinner Recipes to Try at Home

Fill your dinner plate with a taste of #UtahFromHome.

A kitchen is a special place — large or quaint, remodeled or retro. No matter the square-footage or appliance size, any cooking-space has the power to yield creativity, experimentation and a great deal of “mmmmm’s.”

We recently reached out to various Utah culinary artists and asked them to write a recipe that all chefs (yes — you!) can recreate from their homes. These dinner recipes are simple to create and designed to give you a piece of #UtahFromHome. 

For right now, your culinary creations are being shared safely with those in the home, but while you mix, stir and reheat for leftovers, remember that daydreaming for your future dinner parties and back porch happy hours is still allowed. When the time is right, we hope you’ll branch out and support these local restaurants in-person. Until then, try Utah's flavors from home.


1. Chile Glazed Atlantic Salmon + Sides

Restaurant: Cliffside Restaurant

City: St. George

Serving Size: Four people

Sides: Mango Salsa, Coconut - Jasmine Rice Pilaf, Broccolini and Lemon Beurre Blanc

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2. Fry Bread/Navajo Tacos

Restaurant: Goulding's Stagecoach Restaurant

City: Monument Valley

Serving Size: Four pieces of fry bread

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3. Onigiri (Rice Ball)

Restaurant: Kyoto Japanese Restaurant

City: Salt Lake City

Serving Size: Eight rice balls

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4. Stout Beef Stew

Restaurant: MacCool's Public House

City: Layton

Serving Size: Four people

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5. Sauté Garlic Edamame

Restaurant: Tona Sushi Bar and Grill

City: Ogden

Serving Size: 2-4 people

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To satisfy your sweet tooth, try a dessert recipe.

For your cocktail, try mixing these Utah-made drinks.


More #UtahFromHome Recipes

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