Jim Gales’ well-seasoned fish nets him compliments from family and friends in Glendale, Wisconsin whenever he serves it. The fish is moist and flakey, the coating crisp, crunchy and flecked with paprika.
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.
In my mid-thirties I realized I had to do something about my health. So I took matters into my own hands and started creating more healthy recipes. This recipe is the result of several experiments with garden-fresh zucchini. I haven't heard any complaints yet! —Katherine Preiss, Penfield, Pennsylvania
When you have a taste for ham but don't want to have lots of leftovers, reach for this recipe. Individual ham slices make just the right amount and take just minutes to cook.—Lorraine Carr, Seattle, Washington
WHEN our two children went away to school, I had to learn how to adjust my recipes for just my husband and me. There were too many leftovers!
I started gathering recipes with smaller amounts, and my daughter was on the lookout for me, also. This is one she sent, and I make it often.
-Eleanor Carroll, Ellicott City, Maryland
SERVED WITH buttered noodles and some fruit, this delicious, satisfying "meal in one" is easy to prepare.
The green of the squash remains true to color through the cooking process, so it's pretty on the plate. It's a favorite when I'm cooking for just the two of us. —Linda Gaido
New Brighton, Pennsylvania
"I know you'll relish this doubly delicious dish," writes Ella West of Lake Charles, Louisiana. "Yogurt and mustard give golden oven-baked chicken a tangy taste, while cornflake crumbs provide plenty of crunch."