After plates are scraped clean, this stellar meal keeps on giving. Use the chicken bones to make your own stock, and freeze the remaining chipotle peppers and sauce for a smoky Sunday chili. — Nancy Brown, Dahinda, Illinois
“My husband has high cholesterol and I’m always on the lookout for new fish recipes to try,” writes Lori Bolin from Soap Lake, Washington. “I found this one in a cookbook and hope you like it as much as we do.”
A half-hour is all you need for this delightful stir-fry from Jennifer Warzynak. The Erie, Pennsylvania cook combines scallops with broccoli, pasta and sun-dried tomatoes for the main course, and a hint of lime juice makes it a natural addition to summer menus. "It's a great, healthy way to fix scallops," she promises.
I don't recall where I got this recipe, but I've been making it for 40 years. The recipe card is covered with food stains as a result of so much use. I like the addition of horseradish, which gives the stroganoff that extra zing.
After trying something similar in a restaurant, Virginia Trent created this creamy, three-mushroom pasta entree at home. “The first time I served it, my husband couldn’t stop raving about it,” she recalls from Dayton, New Jersey.
Created by our Test Kitchen, this easy recipe for homemade ravioli has a yummy twist. Instead of pasta, the creamy mushroom filling is served inside crispy wonton wrappers for a meal that’s light and satisfying.
"Our two children, ages 5 and 8, love chicken. Both can be finicky eaters and they're not crazy about sauces, but they love this dish! It's so full of different flavors."
Christine Ecker - Linwood, New Jersey
When minutes matter, Evelyn Plyler of Apple Valley, California, stirs up this tasty skillet supper. “This easy stir-fry is great on a busy night,” she writes. “For a chance, you can add or substitute other vegetables.”