Creamy rice, tender chicken, and melted Swiss cheese… what more could you ask for? Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole is the perfect meal for the whole family, or the perfect meal to save for leftovers! This casserole’s layers serve up the utmost deliciousness, topped with its stretchy Swiss cheese and crunchy breadcrumbs. Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole has all the scrumptious flavors of chicken cordon bleu – savory ham, sharp melty cheese, juicy chicken, tangy mustard – in hearty casserole form. Dinner is served!
We can't get over how much we love the sauce for Thai Basil Beef! It's deeply savory and smoky-sweet, with a citrus tang and just the right amount of spice. Combined with aromatic basil and garlic flavors, this sauce isn't just a coating for perfectly browned beef—it's practically a tuxedo! Thai Basil Beef takes less than half an hour to make, but you'll savor every minute it's on your plate.
A classic of Chinese take-out, Hunan Beef is known for its smoky, tangy flavor and spice. This recipe for Hunan Beef reins in the spiciness to a pleasant heat so you can fully enjoy the sweet, sour, and umami sauce with tender slices of steak and fresh vegetables. In the same amount of time that it would take to pick a restaurant, order, and have food delivered, you can have a hot, freshly-made dish on the table, ready to enjoy. You can satisfy your craving for Asian cuisine without needing to pick up a phone.
The honey garlic sauce is the star of the show here, and it's just as flavorful as its name suggests! Equal parts sweet, savory, and sour, you'll be licking your plate every chance you get. At the same time, the fatty, juicy chicken slathered in that sauce is impossible to resist. Sticky Honey Garlic Chicken only takes 20 minutes or less, so you'll have to restrain yourself from making these every night once you try them! It's the best kind of sticky situation!
A central part of Japanese cuisine, no one can resist classic chicken teriyaki. Every inch of the tender chicken is coated in sticky, tangy, savory, and sweet sauce that you can't help but lick from your fork or your fingers. 30-Minute Chicken Teriyaki is actually just as breathtakingly fast to make as it is breathtakingly delicious to eat, so you can enjoy it anytime without needing to call for take-out. Served over rice or on top of a fresh salad, this dish is designed to wow and it succeeds every time!
Great journeys start with a single step, and great meals start with a single dish. This Pilgrim Rice Pilaf is an adventure of flavors; mountains of fluffy rice lush with bold, herby seasonings and notes of mint and balsamic that beckon you to have just a little more. Saturated in roasted, savory flavors and sparkling with the tart sweetness of dried cranberries, Pilgrim Rice Pilaf is like a travel fantasy for your tongue!
Teriyaki Chicken Casserole combines the sweet, tangy kick of teriyaki sauce with savory, juicy chicken and your favorite rice—all in one dish! Combined with aromatic garlic, peppery ginger, and the freshness of stir-fry vegetables, you'll find each mouthful more flavorful than the last. It's a unique Asian-fusion take on a traditional Japanese classic that's even tastier than the sum of its parts. Taking less than an hour to make, Teriyaki Chicken Casserole could turn weeknight meals into the centerpiece of your favorite evenings!
Crack Chicken Casserole is a layered tasting experience—layers upon layer of deep, savory chicken flavor. You can taste creamy chicken in the rice, in the sauce, and in the chicken itself (of course). But Crack Chicken Casserole also bursts with sharp cheddar and bright carrots and peppers, all of which accent and enhance the chicken taste. You can transform a rotisserie chicken into a complete meal in one fell swoop and make it even more delicious with this dish.
When cooked, cabbage takes on a sweet, garden-y flavor with plenty of depth, ideal for complementing more savory flavors. Easy Cabbage Rolls show just how delicious that kind of pairing can be with not one but two different types of meat in its filling: fatty beef and juicy pork. Soaked in a rich, bright tomato sauce and filled with tender, fluffy rice, Easy Cabbage Rolls are remarkably hearty; it's like a complete meal in every bite!
Southern Hoppin' John is a Carolina tradition, especially around New Year's; the dish itself is symbolic of prosperity, with the peas representing pennies. You'll certainly feel lucky as you eat the tender, fluffy rice seasoned to perfection with crunchy vegetables and salty bacon. Southern Hoppin' John only takes 40 minutes to make so you can enjoy some prosperity anytime you want traditional Southern cooking!