Easy Entrees Menu Planner

Make meal planning even easier with these simple everyday recipes.

Chicken 'n' Sweet Potato Stew Recipe

Chicken 'n' Sweet Potato Stew Recipe

It's easy to mix and match Cooking for 2 recipes by turning to the Recipe Index at the back of the magazine and choosing items from the various categories.

To make meal planning even easier, the Cooking for 2 staff has created a week's worth of flavorful menus using the seven main dishes found in the "Easy Everyday Entrees" section of the Spring 2009 issue.

We've matched up the entrees with sides and desserts from the current issue and from past issues.

A Week's Worth of Menus:

Chicken 'n' Sweet Potato Stew
Are you tired of the same old dinnertime fare? Then spice it up with a Malaysian-inspired stew. Served on a bed of couscous, Chicken 'n' Sweet Potato Stew is as good as it gets.
—Agnes Ward, Stratford, Ontario

Grilled Sirloin Steak
Marinated in onions, beer, mustard and chili sauce, this moist and tender Grilled Sirloin Steak boasts a wonderful grilled flavor.
—Debbi Jahaaski, San Diego, California

Italian Sausage Sandwiches
For a casual but hearty meal, try these saucy subs created by our Test Kitchen. Full of traditional Italian flavor, these Italian Sausage Sandwiches are a snap to make.
—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Mediterranean Vegetable Casserole
I created this recipe on a day when I had very few ingredients to work with. If you like, you can add any type of meat to this Mediterranean Vegetable Casserole.
—Stephanie Howard, Oakland, California

Salmon Fillets On Greens
These lightly seasoned Salmon Fillets On Greens are surrounded by fresh veggies and crunchy noodles, then drizzled with a homemade dill dressing.
—Bernadette Bennett, Waco, Texas

Tempting Turkey Casserole
Here's a great-tasting way to use up leftover turkey and eat your broccoli at the same time. We sure do like this Tempting Turkey Casserole.
—Donna Evans, Mayville, Wisconsin

Thai Pork Salad
Lime, cilantro and a little bit of heat create a unique Asian salad that's out of this world. I love to try new recipes, like this Thai Pork Salad, for my husband and me.
—Sharon Delaney-Chronis, South Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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