This Asian inspired, rich, savory and somewhat sweet dish is an unusual departure from the more expected short ribs preparation. It may be made up to two days in advance and reheated.
One Pot Lasagna Bolognese is an easy weeknight meal, made in just 30 minutes in one pot, for easy prep and easy clean-up!
These lemon bars are a show stopper, they will steal the spotlight at any dessert table!
How could a dinner you put together this quickly be this good? Credit the grill pan, which lets you cook chicken to moist, juicy perfection! Then pair that perfectly cooked chicken with a salty pretzel bun and sweet-tart mango salsa, and you have an irresistible balance of flavors and textures—on the table in under 20 minutes.
Make your entire dinner in one pot—you don’t even need to drain the pasta! In fact, by cooking the pasta in the pot with the sausage and tomatoes, the pasta absorbs even more flavor.
Make the universally beloved Thai dish at home in less than 20 minutes—without shortcutting on flavor. In this version, we start with raw chicken, but you can add leftover cooked chicken (or any leftover cooked meat) at the end to make it even easier. Also delicious when made with shrimp.
This easy pasta recipe has all of the flavors of a Cajun shrimp boil with the ease of a one-pot dish. In just 30 minutes you'll have a hearty and zesty meal that the whole family will absolutely love.
When I gave a version of these caramel bars to a neighbor of mine a couple of years ago, they immediately asked for the recipe. When they found out the recipe was in the cookbook I was writing, every time they ran into me, they asked me when the book was coming out, because they couldn’t wait to get the recipe.
A Southern take on a brunch classic. And while there are several parts and pieces, it’s relatively easy to put together, thanks to a simple blender Hollandaise and a warm water bath to hold the poached eggs until you’re ready to serve.
This fruity, pillowy, make-ahead breakfast casserole is topped with strips of candied bacon and laced with the slightest tickle of good ol’ Kentucky bourbon.
The “jam” may be made up to a week ahead, and can be doubled and used on grilled pork chops, with roasted chicken, and much more. When paired with cheese, the fiery heat is somewhat diminished, so proceed with caution when serving the jam with other foods.
No one will ever guess that this remarkable cake with its creamy citrus-scented crumb is made without eggs, dairy or cholesterol.
A simple, yet elevated twist on the cookie favorite, complete with an easy-to-make brown sugar frosting.
Prepared best in a large nonstick skillet, this pasta dish comes together in minutes and is equally at home when served for weeknight dinners or special-occasion gatherings.
These elegant and unusual tamales are celebration-worthy! The masa dough may be made up to three days in advance, and the sauce may be made earlier in the day and gently re-warmed. It can be fun to have guests help fill, fold and tie the tamales—or you can get them ready several hours ahead and steam them just before serving.
Hoppin’ John is a Southern New Year’s tradition that is supposed to bring luck and prosperity: the black eyed peas represent coins, and the greens with which it is often served stand in for paper money. Other stories about the dish abound: some say it is made with pork because pigs only look forward, never back, for their food, and others say it should be served with cornbread to represent gold.
These delicious lemon cakes are filled with lemon crème and topped with a luscious lemon frosting.
Show off your stir-frying chops with this delicious, veggie-loaded Chicken and Egg with Black Bean Sauce recipe. This savory and smoky, wok-fried dish is simple enough to whip up for dinner any night of the week, and tastes way better than takeout!
Spice it up with Sriracha flavored candy canes. The spicy candy canes help offset the sweetness of the white chocolate and really bring out the flavor of the peppermint.
Though braising is as easy as cooking gets, it produces delicious food that makes you look like a master chef. Chicken thighs are especially fond of braising; add bacon, sundried tomatoes and cabbage, and family and friends alike will be “oohing” and “aweing” all through dinner.