Carol Dilcher's recipe makes two creamy casseroles. Serve one for dinner and freeze the second for a night when you're racing against the clock. "If you prefer, you can use chicken for the turkey and corn instead of peas.—Carol Dilcher, Emmaus, Pennsylvania Skip links
“I keep on the lookout for recipes that serve two,” explains LaDonna Reed. “We’re also watching our fat grams, so this main course was a great find. Adjust the spice level by decreasing the Cajun seasoning,” she writes from Ponca City, Oklahoma. Skip links
When I know I'll be having a busy day with little time for cooking, I prepare this tasty main dish. Brimming with tender chicken and colorful vegetables, it smells so good while cooking. —Eleanor Mielke, Snohomish, Washington Skip links
Thug Kitchen: Eat Like You Give a F*ck is a tough, edgy, and fun looking cook book that is hitting shelves this week. The authors lay down the facts, provide the steps, and want you to "elevate your kitchen game." Enjoy this recipe from their new book!
In this vegetarian tikka masala recipe, we combine crisp tofu pieces and vegetables in a spiced tomato sauce to make a healthy and flavorful dish. If you like spicy food, increase the amount of crushed red pepper. Serve with steamed brown rice for a healthier take on a classic takeout dish.
One-Pot Lentil Taco Skillet- packed full of protein and fiber, this easy meal comes together in less than 30-minutes! (vegan + gluten-free) I hope you’ll forgive for keeping things short today. Between planning our home renovation and caring for Lucy after her surgery on Friday, I’m feeling a little overwhelmed at the moment. As a …
My family loves this dish! It looks and tastes like you fussed, but it is really simple to make. It uses healthy olive oil and fresh herbs from my garden. —Pattie Prescott, Manchester, New Hampshire Skip links
I got this recipe from a woman at our church, Lois Henry, when I needed a way to use up our bounty of home-canned tomatoes. My husband loves it, and I like that it's easy to warm up for a carefree dinner in the winter months. —Marcia Clay, Truman, Minnesota Skip links