When these decorated rolls begin to appear in bakery windows and grocery store shelves, you know that Easter is around the corner. But they are never better as the ones you can make at home, and this recipe will produce such great results, you'll want to make them every year -- and maybe not just for Easter.
Turkey replaces beef in this Tex-Mex-style meat loaf, making it a healthier version of the traditional comfort food. The result is sophisticated and down-home at the same time. It's also good cold, and can be sliced thin and served on Kaiser rolls with chili sauce or salsa.
No pasta dish is more iconic than spaghetti and meatballs, and this family-friendly dinner is also easy to prepare. The meatballs, made with ground turkey instead of beef, are absolutely irresistible, and are also delicious served as grinders.
Why settle for just one type of chocolate when you can have three? This cheesecake combines dark chocolate, cocoa powder and chocolate wafer cookies for a primal blast of decadence that will leave you craving more.
Fresh asparagus is one the brightest stars of spring. The tender spears are are not only delicious, but versatile as well. Asparagus is great sauteed, steamed, pureed in a soup, and it makes an amazing pesto. So now is the time to enjoy this springtime vegetable, and here are some ways to get started.
There are, of course, countless ways to make quiche, but here's one that's always dependably good - either for a family dinner or an informal gathering of friends. The filling is a delicious combination of sautéed onions, spinach, mushrooms and Gruyere cheese.
This hearty stew layered with the robust flavors of tender lamb, full-bodied Guinness stout, and caraway seeds pays homage to best of Irish-American cooking--thrifty, easy, and delicious!
A renown Crescent City dessert, nothing says comfort more than this banana bread pudding. Created as a way to use up stale bread, this decadent dessert has it all ― a creamy, warm, custardy texture filled with spiced banana. Top with a dollop of freshly whipped cream to make a good thing even better!
You don't have to be Irish to enjoy this soda bread. It's quick and easy to make, requires just a few ingredients, and is great with dinner or toasted with a slather of butter and jam for breakfast. To really enjoy this quick bread that's crusty on the outside and chewy on the inside, serve it warm.