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    Bring Southwestern flavor to the table with this hearty casserole. Substitution: Like a little kick? Just use jalapeño-flavor cheese and spicy tortilla chips. Special Touch: Dress up a weekend dinner by topping this casserole with salsa, sour cream, sliced green onions and chopped fresh cilantro.

    Recipe #323401

    Who can resist creamy stroganoff coupled with family-pleasing potatoes? Healthy Twist: Shave off a few more calories by substituting ground turkey breast for the ground beef and using skim milk and reduced-fat sour cream. Did you Know: Stroganoff is named after a nineteenth-century Russian diplomat, Count Paul Stroganov.

    Recipe #323400

    Crunchy tortilla chips, taco-flavored cheese and seasoned ground beef bring the flavors of the Southwest to your table. Do-Ahead Tip: If you're really a planner, consider cooking up several pounds of beef ahead of time and freezing it in resealable plastic bags in 1/2-pound (1-cup) batches. Then you’ll have it on hand for yummy dishes like this! Serve With: If your family loves salsa, serve it with this Mexican-style casserole. Variation: Replace taco-seasoned cheese with pizza-seasoned cheese and use crushed crisp breadsticks instead of the tortilla chips. Sprinkle hot casserole with sliced ripe olives, and you have Pizza Potatoes Casserole!

    Recipe #323398

    Add a new swirl to serving side dishes, and discover a tasty way to sneak in a green veggie. Do-Ahead Tip: You can make this casserole up to 24 hours before baking. Prepare it through step 2, then cover and refrigerate. When ready to bake, add 15 minutes to the first bake time in step 3. Healthy Twist: Use reduced-fat sour cream for a slimmer version. Of course you know the taste will be slightly different.

    Recipe #323397

    Need an easy one-skillet meal? This one includes family favorites: chicken, potatoes, green beans and cheese. Variation: Want extra Italian flavor? Stir in 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning with the Sauce Mix. True Parmesan lovers will appreciate extra cheese passed at the table. Variation: Ham it up! Use about 1 pound chopped ham (3 cups) for the chicken. Serve With: Make a tossed green salad to go with this chicken and potatoes dish. Simplify: If you're not the type to cut up leftover chicken, buy frozen diced cooked chicken at the grocery store.

    Recipe #323396

    Eastern European flavors are celebrated in this quick and easy casserole version of a favorite sandwich. History isn't clear as to how the Reuben sandwich got its name. One source says the sandwich was named in 1914 for the owner of New York's once-famous Reuben's delicatessen. But some say Reuben Kay, a wholesale grocer from Omaha, named the sandwich in 1955. Any kind of mustard can be used in this dish. Varieties to try include stone-ground, Dijon, spicy, sweet-hot and honey mustard.

    Recipe #323395

    This ham and vegetable skillet version of the traditional baked au gratin gives you the same delicious results but in a fraction of the time. Au gratin traditionally is any dish that is topped with cheese or bread crumbs and butter then baked. Loosely defined, it means "with cheese."

    Recipe #323394

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