Perfect for lunch or supper, this colorful one-dish meal from Patricia Tjugum of Tomahawk, Wisconsin is sure to be a hit. The popover is crisp on the outside and tender on the inside, and the hearty filling is nicely accented with lemon and dill.
These little pies look so appetizing with their paprika-sprinkled crust and colorful veggies in a saucy filling. Always well-received by guests, they taste elegantly rich. Sometimes, I adapt the recipe and make one large casserole.
"These buttery wings, made with a bread crumb and sesame seed coating, 'fry' easily in the oven. I made a batch to serve at my sister's wedding. They're delicious hot or cold." —Patrice Ehrlich, Merced, California
"My husband, Nathan, and I really like Mexican food, and this is our favorite dish," writes Jenny Miller of Raleigh, North Carolina. "You can modify it to suit your taste, adding corn, rice or refried beans."
From Stevens, Pennsylvania, Sandralee Herr shares her yummy recipe for hot and filling appetizers. “This is a great way to use up leftover chicken,” advises Sandralee. “Sometimes, I serve it with fruit salad for a delicious, light meal for up to four people.”
For a casual get-together, this saucy herbed chicken is a terrific choice. Serve it over angel hair pasta for a delicious dinner that's special enough for company. —Marcello Basco, Deerfield Beach, Florida
Pepper and nutmeg spice up the rich sauce in this hearty pasta dish from Amy Luce of Mansfield, Texas. “I made this for my husband on our first Valentine’s Day when we were dating,” she says. “It was a big success.”
Combining an Italian pasta and Mexican ingredients created an exceptional dish for Mrs. Larry Phillips from Shreveport, Louisiana. She writes, "This recipe is well-liked even in Cajun Country Louisiana!"
Smothered in a thick sauce and topped with buttery cracker crumbs, this entree is a hit whenever Stephanie Bell serves it. “Everyone requests the recipe,” she writes from Kaysville, Utah. “I’ve tried to lighten it up, but I can’t replicate the flavor. Any help would be appreciated.” To see how we trimmed down Stephanie's dish, pick up the Dec/Jan 2006 issue of Light & Tasty magazine.