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Potluck Dinner Recipes

Looking for more potluck dinner recipes? Find many more potluck dinner recipes, potluck chicken dinners, and potluck main dishes.

Contest-Winning Barbecued Chicken

Contest-Winning Barbecued Chicken

Contest-Winning Barbecued Chicken

When our neighborhood has a cookout, I always take along this chicken and watch it quickly disappear! My family loves this recipe because of the zesty seasoning blend and no-fuss barbecue sauce. —Linda Scott, Hahira, Georgia

Cheese-Stuffed Shells

Cheese-Stuffed Shells

Cheese-Stuffed Shells

When I was living in California, I tasted this rich cheesy pasta dish at a neighborhood Italian restaurant. I got the recipe and made a few changes to it in my own kitchen. I'm happy to share it with you. —Lori Mecca, Grants Pass, Oregon

Chicken Cheese Lasagna

Chicken Cheese Lasagna

Chicken Cheese Lasagna

This creamy pasta dish gives an old favorite a new twist! Three cheeses and chicken blended with the fresh taste of spinach make it a real crowd-pleaser. Try it served with a green salad and a light dessert. — Mary Ann Kosmas, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Garlic Pork Roast

Garlic Pork Roast

Garlic Pork Roast

The garlic gives this roast its special flavor. The broth or wine boils down to make a flavorful gravy.—Dorothy Pritchett, Wills Point, Texas

Glazed Meat Loaf

Glazed Meat Loaf

Glazed Meat Loaf

"The brown sugar glaze on this meat loaf is what makes it special at any big gathering," says Dorothy Hoffmann of Wheatland, North Dakota. "We usually serve it with baked potatoes, coleslaw, green beans, buns and butter, with cake and coffee for dessert."

Ham Balls

Ham Balls

Ham Balls

I like to save time, so I have my butcher grind together the ham, pork, and beef for these ham balls. They're baked in a thick tomato sauce.—DeEtta Rasmusen, Fort Madison, Iowa

Horseradish-Glazed Ham

Horseradish-Glazed Ham

Horseradish-Glazed Ham

This glaze is my favorite way to really spark a baked ham. We harvest horseradish (a member of the mustard family) from our fields every year. This leftovers make great sandwiches with horseradish, of course!—Cathy & Monte Seus, Tulelake, California

Kodiak Casserole

Kodiak Casserole

Kodiak Casserole

Because it packs a little kick and has an interesting and tasty mix of ingredients, this is the perfect potluck dish for fall—or any time. One of my husband's favorites, it's an Alaskan recipe I found in the early 1950's. —Kathy Crow, Cordova, Alaska

Hearty Mexican Lasagna

Hearty Mexican Lasagna

Hearty Mexican Lasagna

This is one dish that is hearty enough to fill them up but tasty enough to keep them coming back for more! Flour torillas are an interesting switch from lasagna noodles.—Roma Rogers, Oshkosh, Nebraska

No-Fuss Chicken

No-Fuss Chicken

No-Fuss Chicken

This recipe could hardly be simpler to prepare. The chicken gets a wonderful tangy taste, and no one will know you used convenient ingredients like a bottle of salad dressing and onion soup mix...unless you tell them. -Marilyn Dick, Centralia, Missouri

Phyllo Chicken

Phyllo Chicken

Phyllo Chicken

Some years ago I found this recipe and streamlined it to fit our family. The broccoli adds a lot to the rich flavor. Phyllo is fun to work with, and its flakiness turns standard ingredients into a special, satisfying entree. —Joyce Mummau, Mt. Airy, Maryland
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