Sundried Tomato Chicken is inspired by the flavors of the Mediterranean. I love the natural sweetness of sun-dried tomatoes and the perky flavor of fresh oregano. Here, they come together, along with garlic, black olives, and Parmesan cheese to give new life to otherwise dull, boring chicken.
Best Deviled Eggs are far from the bland versions you often find at some parties and family gatherings. These deviled eggs are full of flavor and texture, bringing raves from everyone who tries them. The secret is in the horseradish sauce, so don’t skip it. It’s not overwhelming but gives this age-old popular appetizer a special zing that you can’t seem to put your finger on.
Cheesy Sausage Stars will be the hit at your next party. Crispy baked wonton cups are filled with a cheesy sausage, onion, and garlic mixture. Just take a look at the picture, and you know you want one of these in your mouth! These little gems make a great finger food appetizer for parties.
Pasta Nicoise Salad is a nod to the French, loaded with chicken and vegetables, and bound with a simple homemade dressing flavored with rosemary. This salad is fresh, bright with flavor, and colorful on the plate. Add some crusty bread, and you have a filling, satisfying meal.
Just say no to those boxed helper mixes. They can be convenient, but try reading the ingredients list. It’s just as easy to make your own Skillet Chili Mac at home. This version will stretch that pound of hamburger even farther, and it’s much better for your body.
Mexican Lasagna fuses Latin flavors within a traditional Italian dish for a fiesta in your mouth. It makes a family-friendly meal in an easy casserole. Kids love it!
Chicken Deviled Eggs get a boost of flavor from leftover cooked chicken, capers, and mustard. You will love this delightful twist on traditional deviled eggs. Adorned or plain, these little appetizer gems are sure to please everyone at your next party.
This is a simple dish of chicken simmered with vegetables, sausage, and wine. It is very similar to the Italian cacciatora or hunter’s stew. Some call it “smothered” or stewed chicken due to the moist cooking process. The vegetables add a natural sweetness to the gravy which is amazing over mashed potatoes, noodles or pasta, or rice.