We eat a lot of chicken at our house, and figuring out different ways to serve it gets challenging. My family went nuts for the cozy maple flavors in this recipe, so now I share it at potlucks, too. —Lorraine Caland, Shuniah, ON
"I love this combination of chicken and cheese," says field editor Marie Hoyer from Lewistown, Montana. Parmesan cheese, garlic powder and onion powder flavor the golden cutlet, which is coated with seasoned bread crumbs.
Simple to prepare but full of flavor, these tuna steaks have a slight sweetness, thanks to the delicious balsamic glaze. Ready in minutes, they're perfect for hectic days.
Lake Villa, Illinois
Who says you can't make a hearty dinner when you're racing against the clock? Not Marilyn Monroe of Erie, Michigan. Her unique combination of peach preserves and salsa makes this a heartwarming main dish your family will ask for time and time again.
"This speedy recipe has been in my family for as long as I can remember," shares Betty Bernat of Littleton, New Hampshire. "Because it relies on pantry staples, it's easy to make when you can't decide what to fix for dinner," At 48 cents a serving, it's economical besides."
Writes Candy Snyder from Salem, Oregon, "Whether you serve these moist and tender chicken strips as an appetizer or main dish, they're sure to satisfy your hungry bunch. The five-spice powder and red pepper flakes add a bit of zip."
This is a simple, elegant dish using fresh basil. Our university women's gourmet group raved about it, and due to its simplicity, it has become my favorite entertaining dish.—Laura Hamilton, Belleville, Ontario
THIS IS my basic recipe for stir-fry. I've tried others but always come back to this one. I have also substituted chicken and chicken broth for the beef and beef broth and found it just as good.
-Margery Bryan, Royal City, Washington