Sliced steak and broccoli are quickly cooked in a soy-ginger sauce. Serve over hot rice or noodles.
The only thing better than potatoes stuffed with meaty taco filling? The looks on their faces when you tell them what's on the menu tonight.
Serve these delicious meatloaf muffins with steamed green beans and roasted potato wedges for an at-home version of a blue-plate special.
Meet the recipe that will make you famous for hosting the most scrumptious brunch in the history of brunches: Chocolate-Stuffed French Toast Brunch Bake.
Spoil yourself rotten every weekend with this delicious homemade brekkie that's way better than what you'd get at any cafe.
This is great for a weekend breakfast. I have leftovers the next day and it tastes great as well. I found this on the internet as 'exported for Mastercook'. I used cheddar cheese instead of Swiss and omitted the 2 teaspoons of horseradish since we don’t care for it. You could also use cooked bacon instead of the ham and I think next time I may throw in some chopped green peppers and/or onions as well. I hope you give it a try. A fantastic brunch dish or if you have guests staying over.
This is a very economical dish, but it is very tasty! Served with some bread and possibly a salad, you could have a poor man's dinner party!
Chicken is breaded, baked with red onion, and topped with a delicious sour cream and chive sauce in this easy weeknight dinner recipe.
This recipe really satisfies my craving for Chinese food. I serve it over rice with a side of steamed vegetables. The sauce makes just enough to glaze the chicken. I usually double or even triple the sauce recipe to have enough to pour over our rice and veggies. It is a nice low-fat alternative to the restaurant-style Sesame Chicken.
Saltimbocca means "jump in the mouth"–apt for a fast dish that marries woodsy sage, bright lemon, and salty prosciutto.
So simple. Spread skinless, boneless chicken breasts with basil pesto, wrap in prosciutto, and bake for an Italian-inspired main dish that's ready in only 35 minutes. Eat it hot with pasta, or let cool and slice for a salad.
Per Google.com, the #1 recipe for Beer Bread in the world! There are a few recipes for beer bread out there, but none as simple (and tasty!) as this one. You can even mix it in the baking pan for easy cleanup. This is sensational when served with soups or just as a snack, but don't expect it to be around very long when your family gets a taste of it! Be sure to use a sheet pan on the shelf below the pan to catch any excess butter that may drip during cooking.
This is a copycat recipe I found for this amazing rice, it works perfectly with a nice savory pulled pork that I use for making burritos. But it really is good enough to have on it's own. *edit* I will have to revisit this recipe soon and come up with more precise measurements and possibly using more generic rice.
Too bad phone and computer screens don't have scratch-and-sniff technology! These chocolatey Christmas treats smell like almonds, raspberries and coconut.
I found this at the Home Cooking section of about.com. Seems like a novel idea for the kiddies, even if you don't celebrate Christmas.
Layers of JELL-O Gelatin (and the secret to getting the marshmallows on the bottom) are just two reasons this will be the star of the Christmas buffet.
Very attractive looking appy! and good too. Had some ladies over for a crafty evening, making little Christmas thingies, the spirals went over big, and the ladies took the recipe, from Women's world.
This recipe is from Grandma B. I am especially amused when I take it to a pot luck and people think I bought it because I can top it with the neat cover the ready-made crust comes with! Very easy! Be sure to chill well for a firm cheesecake.
Pesto creates a Christmas tree look while red peppers pose as ornaments in this festive appetizer. It looksâand tastes!âgreat served with crackers.
These are yummy! The original recipe called for red and green Christmas M&Ms, but I see no reason to relegate this delicious treat to just the holidays. :)
This is the best brownie recipe I've ever used and I've used several!
Hereâs one to add to your Christmas traditions: Gather 'round the tree to sip on this festive punch thatâs sweet with a hint of holiday spice.
You know how you make something once and then you are making it for the rest of your life? Well that's how this gets it's name. I HAVE to make it every Christmas or my family revolts! Don't be put off by the seemingly long list of ingredients - it's mostly opening cans! Can be made up to 3 hours ahead however only add dressing at time of serving. (Australian measurements used.)