This main dish is a fun way to present both ground beef and broccoli to the pickiest eater in your family.
This recipe produces a delicious, juicy chicken that makes a great meal served with potatoes and another vegetable. It usually results in enough leftover meat to make a chicken pot pie or white chili for another night.
Need a quick and easy go-to dish for a holiday party? This casserole is rich, decadent and certainly an indulgence but it’s hard to pass up the combination of sweet corn, smoky bacon and tangy sour cream. While you can use canned corn, fresh, local corn is an even better idea.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray 2-quart baking dish with nonstick spray. In a medium saucepan, cook squash and onion in a small amount of boiling water; cover for 3 to 5 minutes until tender crisp. Drain. In mixing bowl,…
Vary this dish by adding banana peppers or grated cheese.
Stuffing is stuffing when it’s cooked on the inside of the turkey. When it’s prepared and baked on the side, it’s dressing. Either way, there’s never enough to go around. This recipe lends itself to your own adaptations so go ahead and add whatever your taste buds desire—sautéed mushrooms, chopped apples or nuts, sage or rosemary.
This skillet meal could be ready in 10 minutes.
This recipe starts in the skillet and ends in the oven.
Yes, this casserole is rich, decadent and certainly an indulgence but it’s hard to pass up the combination of sweet corn, smoky bacon and tangy sour cream. While you can use canned corn, fresh, local corn is an even better idea.
This simple stuffed peppers recipe makes 4 servings.