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Your family will dig into a hot-from-the-oven casserole that combines tasty taco ingredients in one dish.
Always a family favorite, this classic dish of quickly sauteed beef and onion in a creamy mushroom sauce is perfect over hot cooked noodles.
Michael Schlow of Radius in Boston uses potato flakes from a box in place of bread crumbs to form a supercrispy crust for cod fillets. Grace Parisi dredges cod strips in flour and potato flakes to create crunchy fish sticks, which she serves with a chunky sun-dried-tomato tartar sauce.
This dish gets better the deeper you get into the bowl. You'll definitely want to serve this with some good crusty bread to dunk into the broth and scoop up the bits of sausage left behind. You can find soppressata in the supermarket's cheese case or hanging near the deli case.
Lemon, garlic, and white wine characterize this exceptionally easy, but oh-so-elegant, entree.
To dress up a pitcher of this simple beverage, freeze edible flowers and mint sprigs in ice cubes. Serve each glassful with a Fruit Swizzle Stick.
This one-serving Mexican-style quiche has a tortilla crust and south-of-the-border fiiings.
Creamy yogurt-mustard sauce tossed with green beans, bow-tie pasta, and pancetta make up this quick-to-fix pasta dish.
Loaded with chocolate and topped with a white chocolate drizzle, this cookie is ultra yummy.
This hearty meat, potato, egg, and cheese dish is a delicious choice for breakfast or dinner. Just alter your side dishes accordingly.
These tidy fruit-filled pastry packets are terrific for any day snacking or dessert. Make ahead and simply reheat for a warm and toasty treat.
Have dinner on the table in no time with this easy grill recipe. Paprika adds a zesty flavor to the scallops.
Follow the make ahead directions to get a head start on dinner with this great beef and cheese noodle casserole recipe.
Homemade kuchen is such a rare treat these days that this rich apple-filled version will take guests by surprise. Feel free to use your favorite variety of apple in the coffeecake. For even more unique flavor, combine apple varieties.
The poblano chiles and cotija cheese in this rich and creamy Mexican-style casserole earn a gold star for authenticity. If you cannot locate them in your neighborhood supermarket, look for poblanos (a dark green chile that resembles green peppers) and cotija (a salty white cheese) in any Hispanic grocery store.
Set out a plate of these crispy appetizers and watch them disappear. The beer batter nicely coats the onion and fries to a lovely shade of golden brown.
Add hash brown potatoes, fresh herbs, and mushrooms to a basic egg casserole to create this hearty breakfast dish.
Tangy beef, flavored with red wine, dill pickles and mustard, will make any fan of German food raise a glass and say Prost! Serve the pot roast over tender noodles or spaetzle, tiny egg noodles available at specialty or European supermarkets.