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Five-Cheese Jumbo Shells

Using five cheeses in one dish doesn't usually translate to a dish that's considered light, but this meatless meal is proof that it can be done with great success (and flavor!) The shells freeze beautifully so leftovers are a cinch to save for another quick dinner option when you're in a pinch for time. —Lisa Rensshaw, Kansas City, Missouri
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Make Once, Eat Twice Lasagna

Make Once, Eat Twice Lasagna

Make Once, Eat Twice Lasagna

Our family loves this recipe accompanied with a green salad and garlic bread. It is so handy on lazy days or when guests arrive to have an extra, ready-made pan in the freezer. —Geri Davis, Prescott, Arizona

Parmesan Pork Cutlets

Parmesan Pork Cutlets

Parmesan Pork Cutlets

The aroma of the cooking cutlets makes my kids eager to come to the dinner table. These easy-to-make cutlets are awesome and even my children like them.—Julie Ahern, Waukegan, Illinois

White Beans with Rigatoni

White Beans with Rigatoni

White Beans with Rigatoni

"My husband and I are fans of canned beans...especially when they're combined with pasta," shares Carol Gaus of Itasca, Illinois. "This quick-to-fix recipe makes a wonderful after-work meal served with whole wheat rolls and a salad with light vinaigrette dressing."
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Braciole

Braciole

Braciole

In our family Braciole was served as a special treat for birthdays and holidays. It was Grandma’s specialty and the preparation was time consuming. When the meat and sauce were fully cooked, Grandma called us into the kitchen to watch her lift the big roll from the sauce to the cutting board to slice it. The pinwheels of meat, laid side by side on the platter, topped with Grandma’s delicious sauce, made a colorful picture.

Spicy Seafood Stew

Spicy Seafood Stew

Spicy Seafood Stew

“This zippy stew is very easy and quick to prepare,” promises Bonnie Marlow of Ottoville, Ohio. “The hardest part is peeling and dicing the potatoes, and even that can be done the night before.” TIP: “Just place the potatoes in water and store them in the refrigerator overnight to speed up assembly the next day,” Bonnie recommends.

Homemade Ravioli

Homemade Ravioli

Homemade Ravioli

I love to bake and cook, especially Italian dishes. In fact, my idea of a perfect day consists of cooking my family's favorite foods then watching them dig in!—Lori Daniels, Hartland, Michigan

Italian Swiss Steak

Italian Swiss Steak

Italian Swiss Steak

The Swiss steak supper combines tender beef and vegetables in tangy sauce that melds tomato basil under a cheesy topping. It's quick to put together. Add a salad and warm bread, and you have a complete meal.

Tomato Spinach Pizza

Tomato Spinach Pizza

Tomato Spinach Pizza

A bread machine saves time when preparing the thick homemade crust for this Italian treat. "My boys happily call it green pizza due to all of the spinach," shares Sharlin Blamires of Coweta, Oklahoma. And because Sharlin leaves out the meat and uses fresh tomatoes instead of canned sauce, her pizza is much lower in salt than most carryout pies.

Chicken Sausages with Polenta

Chicken Sausages with Polenta

Chicken Sausages with Polenta

I get a kick out of serving this dish—everyone's always on time for dinner when they know it's on the menu. —Angela Spengler, Clovis, NM

Family-Favorite Spaghetti Sauce

Family-Favorite Spaghetti Sauce

Family-Favorite Spaghetti Sauce

Friends will rave over it, too. Serve over pasta, and round out the meal with a simple salad and garlic bread. —Helen Rowe, Spring Lake, Michigan

Sausage Potato Skillet

Sausage Potato Skillet

Sausage Potato Skillet

DURING my childhood, I lived in an Italian neighborhood in New Jersey. Since both my parents were working, I went home for lunch with my Italian girlfriend. Lunch was always the same - sausage, fried potatoes, green peppers and onions - but I could never get enough of my favorite meal. -Amelia Bordas, Springfield, Virginia
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