Heavily cast in iron with enamel to ensure slow, even cooking, the Dutch oven with its tight-fitting lid seals in steamy flavors for slow-cooked stews, soups, and meat dishes. Browse recipes specially chosen for your beautiful warhorse, that Dutch oven.
Make this beef and bean chili for game day with friends or when you're expecting a crowd for dinner.
You will need a 5- to 6-quart Dutch oven and steamer or a tamale steamer for this Mexican-inspired main dish recipe. For a shortcut version of the homemade sauce, substitute canned enchilada sauce.
Made with pumpkin puree, warm spices, and a handful of other ingredients, this creamy all-purpose spread is delicious on pancakes, muffins, and toasted bread.
This condiment, made with green tomatoes, apples, and onion, has a nice balance of sweet and tangy. Use it as a sandwich topper or serve with grilled meats.
Coffee and cocoa powder flavor this easy dinner. Serve the chili with corn bread muffins.
Forget sandwiches--here's a tastier way to use leftover roast beef. And it's prepared start-to-finish in just 20 minutes.
This classic Italian soup always features the trio of meatballs, greens usually spinach or escarole and pasta.
A simple chili-mango-rum glaze turns meaty pork ribs into a special Caribbean dinner.
When you're looking for a new main dish pork recipe, try this twist on an old-fashioned pork barbecue sandwich that uses a fruity barbecue sauce.
Mushroom, squash, and artichokes fill these mini main-dish casseroles.
The black-eyed peas and hominy make this ham soup high in fiber and a satisfying main dish.
Roasted garlic added to plain rice makes it the perfect go-along with the beef roast in this one-dish dinner recipe.
A corn bread topper gives this zesty chili a homey touch. Turkey is a healthier alternative to the red meat.