OVEN BAKED RIBS are so tasty. I like cooking ribs in the oven because it's super easy & they turn out so moist. They're also great for rainy days when you don't have access to your grill. These dry rubbed ribs are one of our favorite easy dinners. So kick your BBQ skills up a notch with these Easy Oven Baked Ribs.
"This mildly marinated flank steak is my son's favorite," reports Gayle Bucknam of Greenbank, Washington. "I usually slice it thinly and serve it with twice-baked potatoes and a green salad to round out the meal. Leftovers are great for French dip sandwiches." Skip links
A colorful vegetable combination is mixed with Campbell's(R) Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup, Swiss cheese and sour cream, then topped with French fried onions and more Swiss cheese, and baked until golden and bubbly.
These well-seasoned baked potatoes are a fun alternative to plain baked potatoes. It's easy to help yourself to just the amount you want, too, since the potato halves are scored into sections. — Barbara Wheeler, Sparks Glencoe, Maryland Skip links
This Best Baked Pork Tenderloin recipe is outrageously juicy, bursting with flavor and so easy! This Baked Pork Tenderloin recipe is melt-in-your-mouth-tender and dripping with buttery garlic herb flavor.Â It is company pleasing and holiday worthy but family friendly and everyday easy!Â It takes less than 60 minutes from start to finish and MOST of that time is handâs off!Â As much as you love this baked pork tenderloin the day off, it makes fantastic leftovers as well!Â Iâve included detailed instructions, tips, tricks and everything you need to know to make the BEST Pork Tenderloin recipe! Pork Tenderloin With
Oven Fried Parmesan Crusted Chicken Breast is a family favorite, making comfort food easy and healthier! This Baked Parmesan Chicken tastes fried but is actually our favorite baked chicken breast recipe!
I learned how to make this dish from friends in Genoa, Italy, where they're known for creating tasty combinations of veggies, pasta and beans. You can sub feta cheese to give this a Greek twist. —Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho Skip links