Slow cooked beef chuck steak and hearty noodles is a family-pleasing meal. A Slow Cooker Favorite Even though a slow cooker is an all-season appliance, most of us still associate it's use with the colder
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!
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This rich and creamy dip is perfect for special occasions. It tastes especially good when served warm with crackers. The red onion adds flavor and color. —Diane Morrison, Bradford, Pennsylvania Skip links
Spiced with cinnamon sticks, allspice and caramel, this warm-you-up sipper will chase away winter's chill. Serve brimming mugs alongside a platter of festive cookies at your next holiday gathering. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen Skip links
Salty and savory, this blue cheese sauce dresses up the average pork chop—and metaphorically takes it to the prom—in this amazingly simple and delectable meal. Fire up your stovetop and let the dance begin!
I found something similar to this years ago and have recently added my own spin. Here’s the outcome: an easy, cheesy meal your family can't get enough of. We don't have to tell them it's healthy. —Deborah Williams, Peoria, Arizona Skip links
This chicken enchilada recipe is one of the first dishes I created and cooked for my husband right after we got married. He was so impressed! We fix these creamy enchiladas for friends regularly. —Melissa Rogers, Tuscaloosa, Alabama Skip links
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