This is a favorite snack in our house during the Super Bowl. I season refrigerated breadsticks before baking, then serve them with warm pizza sauce for dipping. —Michelle Revelle, Guyton, Georgia Skip links
2 dozen (1-1/4 cups Servings - 25 min - tasteofhome.com
I needed a simple, healthy recipe immediately. I was in a lazy mood. I was getting ready to order a pizza. But then....I realized that I had bought a watermelon a while back, and it was probably going to go bad.Sidenote: Does anyone out there know when a watermelon goes bad....and is there…
Tofu Ricotta (vegan, gluten free) - This easy versatile recipe is perfect for lasagna, ravioli, pizza, calzones, or served as a dip. Use wherever you would the dairy version. No one will even notice it is tofu! After pressing, it takes minutes to make and could not be any easier!
"After searching for a tomato sauce that didn't taste like it was only for spaghetti, I set out to make my own," writes David Shields from Barberton, Ohio. "The result was this thick versatile sauce featuring ground beef and lots of herbs. It's great on pizza, too." Skip links
Green olives complement this cheesy, pizza-like bread from Ivy Laffoon of Ceres, California. With very few ingredients, it’s packed with flavor. Serve it as an appetizer or alongside pasta, soup or salad for a mouthwatering meal.—Ivy J Laffoon, Ceres, California Skip links
Because I have a busy schedule, I like to keep a batch of these tender chicken rolls in the freezer. Coated with golden crumbs, they seem fancy enough for company. I've substituted mozzarella cheese for the provolone and pastrami for the ham with equally delicious results. —Barbara Wobser, Sandusky, Ohio Skip links
Easy Jambalaya Pasta combines Andouille sausage, shrimp, peppers, celery, onions and garlic in a Cajun tomato sauce over pasta. This mouthwatering dish comes together very quickly and easily. Hubby and I just love Cajun food.
After trying a similar chicken dish in a restaurant, I decided to re-create it at home. Topped with bacon, caramelized onions and shredded cheese, this savory dish comes together in no time, and uses ingredients that I usually have on hand. And since it cooks in one skillet, it’s a cinch to clean up! —Brenda Carpenter, Warrensburg, Missouri Skip links
We have these tempting steaks weekly. Whenever I suggest a change in the recipe, my husband reminds me, "Don't fix it if it's not broken." If neighbors happen to drop by when I'm preparing steaks, I cut the meat into cubes and grill it on skewers with onions and mushrooms as appetizers. -Rosalie Usry, Flaxton, North Dakota Skip links