Italian Pork Ribs are the perfect inexpensive go-to meal for your family. Country-style pork ribs are braised in a tomato, onion, and garlic gravy. Serve over pasta for a simple meal that will stick to your ribs. You’ll be amazed at the flavor of this dish, considering there are so few ingredients.
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Flavorful sausage meatballs in an incredibly rich mushroom gravy are perfect over rice, pasta, or couscous. Works great as an entree or appetizer.
Baked Gluten Free Crispy Chicken is perfect for those on a restricted diet. The secret is in the flavorful gluten-free coating mix you mix up in a jiffy.
Chicken Dinner in Foil makes use of an old camping trick that works equally as well in your home kitchen. Cooking meals in foil packets is nothing new to campers. This particular version is one of the most flavorful you will ever taste, although there is nothing exotic about it. Measurements, ingredients, and serving sizes are all easily adaptable, and it is easy enough for even the most basic cook.
Gingered Pepper Steak, although Asian in origin, has become a comfort food favorite primarily because it is so fast and easy to make. This simple version is stir-fried to completion in under 15 minutes and has few ingredients. You dieters will be very happy with this one because it is also low-fat and low-calorie.
Scampi-Style Chicken is a poultry version of the crowd-pleaser, shrimp scampi. Scampi is normally a shrimp dish, but as with many dishes these days, cooks are stretching the meaning. Chicken takes the place of shrimp in this flavorful scampi-style entree. It is a less expensive option for families, and it works quite well with pasta. This goes together fast!
Tarragon Ranch Chicken will become your new favorite oven-baked chicken. The simple brilliant cooking method ensures you will get just the right amount of crispiness without frying. The combination of panko mixed with a little flour, Parmesan cheese, tarragon, and other spices makes the perfect coating mixture.
Cheesy Tuna Helper copycat recipe is made from scratch. Rather than grab that box from the store shelf, try this easy version. It doesn’t really take that much longer. The flavor and texture is far superior. This is not your Grandma’s tuna casserole!