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By using fantastic ingredients such as beef tenderloin, crabmeat and fresh asparagus, Cindy Dorsett of Lubbock, Texas brings us her elegant meal. She writes, “Steak Oscar is a fine recipe combining the delicious taste of asparagus with only the finest of steaks around.”
I like to serve this lovely pasta, featuring scallops and shrimp, with crusty Italian bread. Sprinkled with tomato and parsley, this dish looks as mouthwatering as it tastes. —Jimmy Spellings, Oakland, Tennessee
"I whipped up this recipe one winter evening when my husband and I wanted something hearty but nutrtious," shares Tina Constantin, Bentonville, Arkansas. "Vegetarians can simply omit the chicken and it will still be a great, filling dinner."
Bursting with flavor, these tender meatballs are worth any extra time they take. Alison Hyde of St. Louis, Missouri lends an elegant touch with porcini mushrooms and balsamic vinegar, while extra-lean ground turkey keeps the medley light. “My husband loves meatballs, but I don’t like all the fat they typically have,” writes Alison. “One day, I fooled him by making this recipe with ground turkey, and he loved it! Served with pasta, the meatballs and sauce are a real treat!”
Tender pieces of beef star in this time-honored dish from Diana Bachelder of Winter Haven, Florida. “Our kids often requested this recipe. My husband and I are empty nesters now, but I still make it for the two of us,” shares Diana.
This entree is an elegant dinner for two or other special occasion. The cheese filling is tasty and combines well with the sweet and spicy flavors from the chutney. It's an uncomplicated recipe that is impressive.
"This delicious match receives rave reviews each time I make them and I've shared the recipes with numerous fans," writes Ann Berger Osowski from Orange City, Florida. "They're very versatile; the pork can be served hot or cold and the sauce can also be used as a zesty dip for fresh veggies."
“Here’s a fast and easy, great-tasting meal for someone special,” says Nancy LaVoice in Wexford, Pennsylvania. “And it’s as big on flavor as it is low in fat and calories!”
NANCY’S TIP. I like to serve this with fresh green beans and mashed potatoes…instant company fare!
Weeknights will be a breeze when you follow Sarah Newman's method for preparing this easy shrimp supper. From Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, she writes, “I saute the garlic and onion in the morning and add the tomatoes. I also stir together the milk, flour and half and half and put both mixtures in the refrigerator. When it's close to dinner time, I just cook the pasta and shrimp and put the few remaining ingredients together, and dinner is served!"