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Turkey Ramen Noodle Salad

My husband and I make this awesome salad together—he does the chopping. When we bring it to potlucks, we pack the ramen and almonds separately and toss them in right before it's time to dish up. They stay nice and crunchy that way. —Kristen Pallant, Big Arm, Montana
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Dressed-Up Meatballs

Dressed-Up Meatballs

Dressed-Up Meatballs

Frozen meatballs and a jar of sweet-and-sour sauce make this microwave meal a last-minute lifesaver when racing against the clock. The flavorful sauce is dressed up with a hint of garlic and nicely coats the colorful mixture of meatballs, carrots, green pepper and onion. -Ivy Eresmas, Dade City, Florida

Curried Beef-Stuffed Squash

Curried Beef-Stuffed Squash

Curried Beef-Stuffed Squash

My husband and I look forward to this dinner. The savory beef tucked inside tender acorn squash halves is a satisfying autumn combination. Plus, it's a lighter entree and very flavorful. — Edna Lee, Greeley, Colorado

Glazed Shrimp & Asparagus For 2

Glazed Shrimp & Asparagus For 2

Glazed Shrimp & Asparagus For 2

With its spicy, Asian flavor, this shrimp and asparagus combo is excellent for a special occasion or a quick-fix weeknight dinner. -Joan Duckworth, Lee's Summit, Missouri
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Indonesian-Style Pork Roast

Indonesian-Style Pork Roast

Indonesian-Style Pork Roast

Your family and friends won't believe you when you reveal the "secret ingredients" for this flavorful pork roast—peanut butter! I've served this roast to guests for years, and I can't tell you how many times I've sent copies of the recipe home with guests. For a change of taste, you can substitute toasted walnuts for peanuts and use walnut oil instead of peanut butter.

Citrus-Ginger Tuna Steaks

Citrus-Ginger Tuna Steaks

Citrus-Ginger Tuna Steaks

Now that I am retired, I have lots of time to plan, experiment and prepare meals...but this tuna, with its well-seasoned marinade, takes only a few minutes to make."

Cantonese Beef

Cantonese Beef

Cantonese Beef

"This dish is always a big hit," notes Michelle Harvey from her home in Noblesville, Indiana. "I often cook it in the oven instead of on the stovetop," she explains, "so it's easy to walk away and get other things done while it's cooking.

Special Seafood Kabobs

Special Seafood Kabobs

Special Seafood Kabobs

Grilling might become a year-round affair when you taste these scrumptious kabobs from Marie Rizzio of Interlochen, Michigan. This elegant entrée combines plump shrimp, tender swordfish and scallops with chunks of veggies and pineapple.

Steak with Three Peppers

Steak with Three Peppers

Steak with Three Peppers

Fresh ginger and garlic season this mouthwatering mixture of beef strips, sweet peppers, romaine lettuce and crunchy water chestnuts. "My husband loves stir-fry," writes Katherine Prier of Conway, Missouri. "I like it, too, because it's quick, easy and cleanup is a breeze since everything cooks in one pan."—Katherine Prier, Conway, Missouri

Beef Squash Shish Kabobs

Beef Squash Shish Kabobs

Beef Squash Shish Kabobs

These colorful beef and vegetable kabobs feature a tasty soy sauce marinade from Ronda Karbo of Russell, Minnesota. "You can also use this marinade on pork chops or steaks."

Peachy Ginger Pork

Peachy Ginger Pork

Peachy Ginger Pork

Sliced peaches and red pepper strips add pretty color to these quick-to-fix pork slices, while a hint of Dijon mustard and gingerroot perks up the slightly sweet sauce. Terri Glauser of Appleton, Wisconsin shares the recipe.

Quick Pork Lo Mein

Quick Pork Lo Mein

Quick Pork Lo Mein

This colorful main dish with crispy snow peas and baby carrots is a favorite with Denise DuBois of Coral Springs, Florida. “It's quick, healthy and the variety is endless,” she notes. “I sometimes use chicken, mushrooms, bean sprouts and cashews!” TIP: Denise sometimes serves her Lo Mein over rice or spaghetti.
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