Chicken Cordon Bleu is one of those recipes that sounds super fancy, but it's actually really easy. And with this shortcut recipe, it's even easier!Usually with Chicken Cordon Bleu, you roll chicken up with ham or prosciutto and cheese. This recipe has all the same flavors, but there is no chicken beating or rolling. You simply lay the ham and cheese on top before baking.See more frugal recipes!
I interview Chris Hansen as an inpiration to older diabetic men to switch to a plant based diet. How eating lots of plants has helped his blood pressure, lowered his A1C plus plant based Meatloaf Reuben.
When entertaining guests, I bring out this savory soup while we're waiting for the main course. It's simple to make—just saute the onions early in the day and let the soup simmer until dinner-time. In winter, big bowls of it make a warming supper with a salad and biscuits. —Linda Adolph, Edmonton, Alberta Skip links
This no-bake snack mix is a real treat for kids, and you can easily increase the amount to fit your needs. Place it in individual plastic bags or pour some into colored ice cream cones and cover with plastic wrap for a fun presentation. —Kara De la Vega, Santa Rosa, California. Skip links
This is one of those recipes you always come back to. A flavorful tomato sauce and mildly spiced meatballs make a hearty sandwich filling, or they can be served over pasta. I broil the meatballs first to quickly brown them. —Jean Glacken, Elkton, Maryland Skip links
I get bored with the same old breaded chicken, so I came up with this simple recipe. The coating adds fast flavor to tender chicken cooked on the stovetop. —Laura Theofilis, Leonardtown, Maryland Skip links
Meatloaf is pretty traditional when it comes to American cuisine. I think that’s probably because it’s a good basic dish that you can do so many different things with. You could make it with a mix of pork and beef, or make it with just beef. You can make it spicy or tame. You could give it Asian...
I grew up in the Midwest so that means I grew up eating casseroles. Casseroles are traditionally one-pot meals: meat, vegetables, and starches, baked all together. And what holds all that stuff together is usually the starch – noodles or mashed potatoes are probably the most common. Casseroles...