Let the flavor of the fresh vegetable shine through when you combine chicken broth and butter to make a light and flavorful glaze to coat tender-crisp asparagus. This recipe goes from fridge to table in just 15 minutes. You can also use broccoli, cauliflower or sliced carrots in place of the asparagus. From recipe.com.
One of the most popular Indian dishes in the U.S. and the U.K., chicken tikka masala usually involves several steps including marinating and grilling the chicken before simmering in a curried tomato cream sauce. We’ve simplified it to a one-skillet dish for two and lightened it by increasing the vegetables, omitting the butter and using less cream. Serve with brown basmati rice. From Eatingwell.com
A different take on stuffed mushrooms. I prepared these for a snack on Thanksgiving - while waiting for the bird and all the fixins to get done. They were a great success and were eaten with gusto, the cream cheese made for a smooth taste.
Could substitute sweet Italian sausage for the regular pork sausage, whatever your tastes prefer.
I've been making this meatloaf recipe for approximately 25 years - I've tried many others but keep coming back to this one - it is more moist & tastier than any other I've tried - I hope you enjoy it as well. I generally fix mashed potatoes and green bean casserole with this - always brings a smile to my husbands face when I make this meal.
Warm from the oven, these crunchy asparagus spears make a tasty side dish or cocktail nibble. Before being coated in panko breadcrumbs they are rolled in a flavorful sesame-miso sauce that doubles as a simple dipping sauce. From Eatingwell.com
Here we braise chicken thighs in a brick-red chile sauce. This dish is even tastier the next day. Serve with flour tortillas and, though it’s not traditional, we like the contrast of creamy avocado with it. From Eatingwell.com
Our delectable version of fried rice replaces the oil found in other recipes with flavorful chicken broth and just a touch of cooking spray, resulting in a restaurant-style dish right in your own kitchen. From Recipe.com