A Rachael Ray recipe. Hearty and delicious! Like it is portrayed in her magazine, this sauce can be made into a soup by adding potatoes other veggies and beef broth, it can be used as a pizza topping with sauteed mushrooms, used in a quick pasta bake, or simply sandwiched between a hoagie bun. Turns 2 lbs of ground beef into seven cups to be fozen into small batches
This recipe came from my father and he always prepares it for my birthday. It can take alot of counter space, however if you don't have it to spare-try doing one burger at a time. Make sure you brown the burgers hot and then significantly reduce the heat to seal in the flavor. The tomato sauce is great with french fries as well!
I know, I know, but this is pretty darn good, and nice alternative to the bun. It is just like it sounds, a cheesburger with fries inside a wrap. So many ways and ingredients to add to this. I sometimes add worstershire onions to it or switch up the cheese
I got this recipe from a Martha Stewart cookbook with a few modifications. You just throw everything into one skillet. Plus, it is much better for you than take-out orange chicken so go ahead and fatten it up with the steak....go on...
This recipe came from Rachael Ray's Website. It looks like a lot of ingredients but, it is very simple to make if you have everything measured, cut ready. Added bonus--you only use one pot! Trust me, this recipe has tons of great flavor
This is a favorite salad of mine to serve during the holidays; especially around Thanksgiving! The dressing comes together in a hurry, and you can forget the sweet potatoes in the oven while you cook other dishes. Its a great change from the traditional marshmallow side dish with a smokey spice from the chipotle and a sweet note from the honey, balsamic vinegar, and roasted veggies. Enjoy!