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For a modern take on down-home pot roast, cook the meat in an Indian-spiced gravy and top with biscuits.
Chopped onion, celery and carrot act as an edible, flavor-boosting roasting rack for the juicy pot roast.
Roasted fennel and mushrooms add big flavor to classic beef pot roast.
This is roasted chicken at its finest! Basil, sage, thyme, and lemon pepper add an abundance of flavor to this main dish. Try the chicken and vegetable variation to complete the meal.
Part down-home American and part spiced-up Mexican, this pot roast is the best of two worlds. Serve it with fresh lime slices and cornbread.
During Passover, the eight-day observance when distinctive food themes and various rules govern what may be eaten, this casserole recipe meets the requirements.
Instant espresso powder, crushed pineapple, crushed red pepper and more bring sweet heat to this pot roast and sweet potato dinner.
Crisp apple cider lends subtle sweetness to this hearty pot roast dinner.
Satisfy even the hungriest diners with this rich and savory Sunday dinner.
A grill pan makes these herb-rubbed lamb chops doable any time of year. Served alongside homemade potato latkes, this low calorie dinner is a real showstopper.
This comfort food sticks to the classic flavors: thyme, onions, and carrots. A little red wine vinegar gives zing to the gravy.
Yes you can master the iconic lamb roast dinner! Rub with herbed bread crumbs and cook until the center reaches 135 degrees . Roasted potatoes and asparagus pair perfectly with this protein.
Please meat and potato devotees with this no-fuss slow cooker lamb dinner.
Serve this lightly lemon, roasted chicken for Passover, Sunday dinner, or any special occasion.
Ready in under 30 minutes, irresistible salmon potato cakes bring a new flavor to an old favorite.
A sauce made from orange juice, dried fruit, and fresh mint dress up lamb chops.