Banana peppers add extra flavor and color to this super skillet recipe from field editor LaDonna Reed of Ponca City, Oklahoma. “The heat level can easily be adjusted to your own taste,” says LaDonna. “Just put in more or less of what you like.”
Here’s a take on a favorite you’ll make over and over again. This dish tastes like it’s cooked all day, but it’s ready to eat in 40 minutes. The pasta cooks right in the skillet, and the 20-minute simmer gives me plenty of time to fix the rest of the meal. —Kristin Nanney, High Ridge, Missouri
This colorful medley comes together in no time with sausage and a packaged coleslaw mix. “It makes a lot and is very filling,” writes Shona Germino of Casa Grande, Arizona. “Plus, it's great for potlucks because it travels so well!”
My niece shared this recipe with me, and whenever I’ve served it, I get requests for the recipe. The sausage, tortellini, tomatoes, zucchini and herbs make it different from typical stews featuring meat and potatoes. It’s a hearty one-dish meal that’s simple to prepare.
Smoked sausage, sauerkraut, tender potatoes and apples come together in his hearty and flavorful main course. “It’s great in the winter after a day at work or playing in the snow or ice,” Gladys De Boer attests from Castleford, Idaho.