Better than any roadside diner or English pub, this Classic Chicken Pot Pie is easy to make right at home with the help of pre-made pie crusts. All that’s left for you to do is prepare the creamy filling of chicken, cream peas, carrots, onion, and thyme. As you cut into the fully baked Classic Chicken Pot Pie, a heavenly smell will escape, a homemade cooking aroma that makes houses feel even more homey.
Typical Italian nonnas will insist that a meat-and-tomato pasta sauce needs to be simmering on the stove all day long to reach perfection. But with a pressure cooker or Instapot, a hearty, warming beef ragu can be ready in just 45 minutes. Ladle the ragu filled with tender chunks of beef on wide pappardelle noodles for a dish akin to a traditional Bolognese. This pasta is sure to please even the pickiest diners and become a dinnertime favorite.
Chicken Spaghetti is a classic, timeless casserole renowned throughout the decades. It’s no secret why: tender noodles plus juicy chicken plus creamy mushroom soup plus the refreshing bite of bell peppers equals “delicious” every time. Throw in some sharp cheddar cheese, and Chicken Spaghetti becomes the formula for a wonderful dinner every time!
Sweet and Sour Pork isn’t just a Chinese food takeout favorite; it can also be a home-cooked comfort food that will amaze your taste buds and your dinner guests! Crispy fried pork and crunchy capsicum are slathered in a sweet, tangy, and deeply savory sauce that will leave lips smacking and smiles brightening. Sweet and Sour Pork takes a little patience to master, but the end result is the juiciest and most flavorful pork you could hope to enjoy. Try getting that from takeout!
Need a simple chicken breast recipe to use in just about any dish? Turn to these Pan-Roasted Chicken Breasts. Fresh herbs and butter add taste and crispness to the chicken that can be chopped or shredded to add into casseroles, salads, soups, or pastas. You might just find yourself making Pan-Roasted Chicken Breasts every week with how versatile they are.
A filling dinner that will be done in 30 minutes calls for Beefy Pasta Casserole. Sauteed ground beef is mixed with tomato sauce, pasta, and cheese for an irresistible dish that’s all pleasure and no fuss to prepare. Serve the Beefy Pasta Casserole with a green salad and garlic bread, or just enjoy it on its own. It’s a savory, cheesy delight you’ll be scooping up over and over again!
It doesn’t get more Texan than Chicken-Fried Steak & Gravy. For those who have yet to venture to the Lone Star State, the name of this recipe sounds like a conundrum. To put it simply: beef steak is pounded out to as thin as can be and then fried in a thick batter to resemble fried chicken. Chicken-Fried Steak & Gravy is really the best of both protein worlds. Smother the crunchy steak in a smooth gravy for a texture explosion.
Curious about the history of this classic dish? Red beans and rice is actually a native meal to Louisana. Traditionally, this dish was prepared on Mondays using leftovers from Sunday dinner, cooked slowly in a pot, and served over rice. Typically comprised of red beans, veggies, spices, and meat such as ham or andouille—this dish serves a crowd and is now a staple in areas across the world. The best part of this particular recipe? Toss the ingredients in the slow cooker and voila, 6-10 hours later, you have a delicious and hearty dish to enjoy.
Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches are a perfect weeknight meal for creating relaxing nights after long days! Let the slow cooker create a tender, juicy, deeply flavorful beef which you can pile high with creamy mozzarella on a roll. Broiled to melty deliciousness, Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches also feature the savory jus dipping sauce which just adds to the beefy flavor. You’ll be amazed just how deeply flavorful these sandwiches are!
The fruity, cola flavors of Dr. Pepper can actually bring out the tang and smokiness of barbeque sauce and the natural savoriness of the pork. Dr. Pepper Slow Cooker Pulled Pork combines all of these flavors together into a tender, juicy dish perfect for piling on a bun, baked, or even mac and cheese. It’s perfect for family gatherings or for easy weeknight meals since Dr. Pepper Slow Cooker Pulled Pork only needs 5 minutes of prep time before braising in the slow cooker. Classic meets cola with this barbeque treat.