Rosemary Lemon Chicken Thighs start wowing you with its name alone and only continue to amaze you more with each bite. The chicken thighs are rich and fatty, a delicious platform for the aromatic and slightly peppery rosemary and bright lemon flavors. The chicken is evenly browned in bacon fat and sprinkled with bacon, making things deliciously unfair for those other chicken dishes. Rosemary Lemon Chicken Thighs can be made in just 30 minutes, so you can literally make them any day of the week. You might actually be tempted to make them each and every day of the week.
A Chinese restaurant classic straight from your stove-top! Mongolian Beef and Broccoli is a singularly sensational sautéed dish, with a sweet and savory sauce coating tender strips of tenderloin and crunchy broccoli. Fragrant garlic and spicy ginger only add to the bouquet of tastes, which are delightful when piled on top of your favorite rice. Mongolian Beef and Broccoli practically jumps off the plate with its amazing taste, and you'll be jumping with excitement to eat it!
Surprisingly, Shipwreck Casserole doesn't contain seafood; instead, this dump-style casserole has layers that crash into each other. Those layers of fluffy potatoes, savory ground beef, and hearty beans mix and meld together, infusing each other with satisfying flavors. Saturated with aromatic herbs, melty cheese, and rich tomato soup, Shipwreck Casserole has a crunchy, buttery cornflake topping that invites you to set sail on a sea of flavor!
It's time to turn up the heat on traditional chicken salad. Hot Chicken Salad Casserole is just as creamy, savory, and meaty as its cold cousin, but now in the form of a hearty home-cooked casserole. Filled with crunchy nuts and topped with crispy potato chips, Hot Chicken Salad Casserole literally sounds as delicious as it tastes. Melty and aromatic, this is one dish you can't pass up!
What happens when you pair the sweet flavor of mahi-mahi with the fragrant savoriness of garlic? Garlic Mahi-Mahi is a speedy and scrumptious seafood dish that will shake up your weeknights! The fish is flaky and tender, the sauce is zesty, herby, and bright, and the sautéed asparagus is crunchy and fresh. Garlic Mahi-Mahi invokes enjoying dinner by the shore even if you're landlocked! Grab some white wine and enjoy the summer sun with this dish!
Leave it to a deep-dish dessert to deepen your love of apple pie! Apple Pandowdy is a deep-dish take on the all-American favorite, with tender jammy apples coated in a smoky, sweet, and rich sauce with cheerful nutmeg flavor. On top is a flaky, cinnamon sugar crust topping that practically melts in your mouth. Apple Pandowdy is easier to make than a traditional pie without skimping on all of the indulgent tastes. Make sure you have plenty of whipped cream to serve alongside it!
Beef Pho is the beloved favorite soup of its native Vietnam, and it's the kind of soup that beats out even chicken noodle soup in terms of comfort and flavor. A deeply savory broth infused with aromatic herbs and spices makes this soup extra sippable, with rice noodles that are hearty and perfect for soaking up all those heartwarming flavors. But the star of Beef Pho is, of course, the beef: shredded, tender, and juicy, slowly cooked in the broth for maximum delectability. Rainy days, head colds, and bad moods can't stand up to a full bowl of pho in front of you!
Poor Man's Steak lets you enjoy the classic flavor of Salisbury Steak even when you're on a budget. Ground beef is beefed up with cracker crumbs and then pan-fried into a gorgeously-browned steak. Then it's braised in mushroom soup, giving you a tender, savory dinner with a creamy gravy. Poor Man's Steak is certainly rich in flavor!
Plum good? More like plum great or plum amazing! Plum Good Meatballs braises beefy, savory meatballs in a sauce unlike any other: the rich, deep fruit flavor of plums, the sweetness and spiciness of chili sauce, and the meatiness of beef bouillon meld into a luscious mixture that contrasts and elevates the meatball flavor into the stratosphere. Plum Good Meatballs can be piled on potatoes, escorted alongside egg noodles, or just eaten on their own with toothpicks and wide grins. You won't need to worry about leftovers with these.
With fabulous fashion, fast cars, and fine wines, France is an overachiever when it comes to all they've contributed to society. They really outdid themselves, though, with the creation of the inspiration for Easy One-Pan Ratatouille. A garden full of veggies is the base for this easy-to-make gourmet dish; think tender eggplant, pungent red onion, earthy summer squash, sweet red bell peppers, and tangy tomatoes. It's seasoned with even more garden favorites like sweet garlic, bold oregano, and woodsy thyme. The most outstanding feature of Easy One-Pan Ratatouille is that we trade the stove-top of the original dish for the oven, which will make you want to swap your baseball cap for a beret!