A simple 'sauce' of parsley, lemon zest and juice, capers, scallions, garlic, and olive oil delivers the promise of spring when spooned over pan-seared salmon.
This recipe provides a twist on traditional chili by using sirloin instead of ground beef.
Bacon jam – homemade or store-bought – is the salty-sweet-tangy heart of this pasta dish.
Instead of fried, this General Tso's chicken is breaded and then baked.
For authentic Southern shrimp and grits be sure to use stone ground grits, not the instant or quick-cooking kind.
Orange juice and zest gives this easy chicken dish a bright citrus flavor.
Citrus gives chicken a bright flavor in this easy dinner dish.
Flavors from all over Asia (ginger, lemongrass, five-spice powder, garam masala, fish sauce) spice up this delicious, aromatic, meaty stew that draws its inspiration from when Vietnam was called French Indochina.
Earthy, fiber-rich lentils combine with fennel bulb, carrots, Italian sausage, onion, and garlic for a satisfying antidote to cold weather.
A ready-made puff pastry makes homemade pot pies a cinch.
Ground coffee, whole cumin seeds, chili powder and cinnamon create an easy, amazing spice rub for pan-seared lamb chops
This simple lentil, rice, and caramelized onion pilaf has many names and is a staple in Middle Eastern cooking.
A cheesy one-dish casserole with salty ham is perfect for a weeknight dinner on a frosty evening.
The origin of this dish is heavily disputed. According to legend, a customer ordered chicken tikka in an Indian restaurant in Scotland and sent it back, complaining it was too dry. The Bangladeshi chef improvised with ingredients on hand: a can of Campbell’s tomato soup, yogurt, cream, and spices.
A roux base gives this chicken noodle soup a creamy and flavorful base.
Collard greens and black-eyed peas served on New Year's Day are a Southern tradition believed to bring good fortune for the coming year.
Fresh black-eyed peas, green beans, and cherry tomatoes combine with thyme and bacon to make this one-skillet meal complex, layered, and delicious.
Fresh spinach gives this classic quiche a bigger flavor than frozen – and a frozen crust simplifies preparation.
The flavors of this vegetarian lasagna recipe are enhanced by an easy-to-make decadent béchamel sauce.
After recovering from turkey leftovers, a bowl of spicy tomato soup will hit the spot.
For your Thanksgiving guests who do not eat meat, or simply do not like turkey, delicata stuffed squash makes a hearty entree for the holiday table.
Slow-cooked pork simmered with onion, garlic, carrot, and cranberries.
Weeknight-quick and one-pan simple, braised chicken thighs and potatoes are brightened with lemon juice and capers.
Beef Stroganoff was invented in mid-19th-century Russia and embraced in America in the 1950s. Here, this comfort food favorite gets a welcome update/upgrade.
This one pan bake is so simple a traditional recipe isn't really needed. Sometimes that's the best answer for a weeknight meal.