It tastes like it's been simmering all day, but this quick-cooking chili uses ingredients like canned pork and beans and chicken broth to give layers of great flavor in very little time.
In just 30 minutes, you can serve this delectable dish, with a rich, satiny Alfredo sauce that coats chicken, broccoli and pasta.
Large pasta shells stuffed with creamy cheese and chopped broccoli are laced with seasoned tomato sauce and baked until piping hot.
Here's a no-stress roast turkey recipe featuring savory mushroom stuffing. It's a great recipe for first-time turkey cooks or seasoned pros. Give it a try at your next gathering.
Whether it's your first time roasting a turkey, or you're a seasoned pro, you can ensure flavorful results with this tried-and-true recipe. It's so simple to make this classic, you'll find it's your…
You will give thanks for this fragrant and soulful soup especially in the fall when pumpkins are plentiful.
No oven needed...this moist, cake like gingerbread slow cooks to give you irresistible taste and aroma. Dried cherries and vegetable juice make this classic recipe even better!
Your family will enjoy the homemade taste and old-fashioned goodness of this delectable apple strudel. It's made with prepared puff pastry, so it's easy and delicious.
Come home to this delicious, Asian-inspired chicken dinner that slow cooks all day to yield delicious results.
Creamy and hearty, this chowder offers great taste satisfaction with just a tease of curry.
Slow cooking this tender pot roast with some flavorful vegetables and a few on-hand ingredients yields mouthwatering results. Put it together in the morning, and when it's time for dinner, it's done!
Pancetta is the secret ingredient that makes this moist stuffing really flavorful. If you don't have pancetta on hand, bacon works great too!
Cut the fat without giving up flavor by using broth instead of butter in this crimson fruit-studded stuffing that goes nicely with roast poultry or pork.
Our 20-minute, make-ahead, orange cranberry sauce can be made on the stovetop or in the oven. Either way, it's sure to become a tradition at your holiday table.
Braised brisket is a lovely dish. Advance preparation cuts down on last-minute cooking and makes it easier to remove the fat from the gravy.
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