Fresh corn is best for this creamy corn chowder with potatoes, but frozen corn will work. The soup gets flavor from salt pork, but you may substitute bacon. For extra protein, add cooked chicken chunks at the end and warm through.
Ground turkey and chicken can be pretty bland and dry, but this Fiesta Turkey Loaf is far from it! Salsa, tortilla chips, and cheese give it a Mexican flair that shouts flavor. The mixture also works well for turkey burgers.
Cupboard Chicken Pilaf is a homemade copycat version of that famous commercial San Francisco pasta and rice mix. Ramp it up with chicken, and it’s a meal on its own. This dish is made easily from basic items in your cupboard, and the method is very similar to the box mix.
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.
This tangy barbecue sauce goes together quickly and is great on burgers, chicken, pork, and even seafood. Less than 15 minutes to make with basic ingredients.
Skillet Chicken Mushroom Potpie is a reinvented version of the classic comfort food. This skillet version adds yummy shiitake mushrooms and is topped with crunchy bread.
Asparagus Mushroom Tomato Frittata looks so gorgeous on the table, and it cooks up really quickly. Make this your go-to for a big hearty breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner to please the whole family.
Spinach Mascarpone Dip is an easy way to add a touch of elegance to your next party or gathering. Traditional spinach dip is elevated here with the use of mascarpone cheese instead of ordinary cream cheese.