Simple Clam Chowder is a beloved staple of New England cuisine enjoyed throughout the year, whether in summer by the beach or in winter by the fire. Now you can bring those seaside flavors to your own kitchen. Simple Clam Chowder boasts a creamy, savory broth filled with tender-cooked potatoes, salty clams, and a burst of herbiness. Can any dish truly capture that feeling of the seaside? This soup can!
Thanksgiving leftovers have inspired countless recipes and strategies to make the most of them. The Best-Ever Leftover Turkey Soup approaches this delicious dilemma in a novel way: instead of a heavy sandwich, it transforms the leftovers into a refreshing, reinvigorating soup. Steaming with savory, herby flavors, the Best-Ever Leftover Turkey Soup is an ocean of juicy turkey and tender orzo pasta. Light, bright, and festive, this soup simmers with the warmth of the holidays!
Tear-and-share bread is a party-pleasing snack for good reason: it's just as satisfying to serve as it is to eat. Easy Monkey Bread is the pinnacle of tear-and-share bread for equally good reason: it's a rich, buttery, sweet marvel with hints of molasses and spice in every bite. Trust us, everyone is going to be tearing into it. Easy Monkey Bread comes together in 45 minutes or less and only requires five ingredients. Before you know it, you'll be finding every excuse to make more, even if it's just for an afternoon snack.
What makes a recipe a classic? Creamy Chicken Casserole has a good answer: hearty, juicy chicken saturated in a creamy, savory sauce. Take a bite and you'll see just how good of an answer that is! Creamy Chicken Casserole is rich, flavorful, tender, and perfect for wrapping up long days and warming up cold nights!
The fluffy, golden-sweet, and cheesy topping of Cornbread Taco Pie blankets a savory filling dancing with Mexican spices and flavors. If that doesn't get you excited for dinner, we don't know what will! Cornbread Taco Pie is bursting at the seams with juicy beef and a rich, creamy sauce with just the right amount of heat. Dinner will certainly never feel dull again!
Beef stroganoff is a classic of Russian cuisine, featuring tender-cooked beef in a tangy sour cream sauce. Now you can enjoy those same flavors as a hearty, creamy, savory soup. Loaded with mushrooms and sirloin and rich to the point of aristocracy, Stroganoff Soup will get you toasty warm when the weather starts to chill. In 40 minutes or less, you can have Stroganoff Soup with a filling, slow-cooked taste steaming on the table. No matter how cold the night is, you can call on this soup to heat you up!
Here's a way to flip the script and turn the vegetable side into the most sought-after, craved part of the Thanksgiving meal. Fried Green Bean Casserole transforms mushrooms, shallots, and of course green beans into crispy, salty treats with fresh and tender interiors. Slathered in a deeply savory and rich gravy, Fried Green Bean Casserole has an addictive taste that rings with holiday cheer. It takes your vegetables from simple greens to greatness.
Making cornbread in a cast-iron skillet is the traditional Southern way, and for good reason; the cast iron imparts an extra buttery, crispy crust, making the interior taste that much more delicate. Skillet Cornbread is a hearty (with just a touch of sweet) accompaniment to any meal, whether that's a Thanksgiving turkey, a bacon and eggs breakfast, or simply a snack with butter and honey. This golden brown Skillet Cornbread pleases crowds and taste buds alike with a harvest-happy flavor!
Classic Poppy Seed Chicken combines tender chicken with the crunch of poppy seeds and salty crackers—a winning combination if ever there was one! The mild, nutty flavors of poppy accent and enhance the chicken and the buttery crust for a hearty main course you'll truly love! Classic Poppy Seed Chicken is a crispy, creamy dish with a rich flavor that leaves you feeling richer! You might even say it pops with flavor!
It's no wonder this Traditional Stuffing pairs perfectly with Thanksgiving turkey! Soaked with roasted and savory flavors, it's sure to bring out the best in any holiday-worthy main course. Dancing with seasonings, this Traditional Stuffing is tender, earthy, and delectable; everyone at the table will be sneaking scoops of it, even after they say they're full.