These crispy steaks will earn raves when you serve them for dinner. "My husband asks me to prepare this recipe regularily," says Denice Louk of Garnett, Kansas. "I like it because it's so easy to make."
"This recipe is a cinch to make on a night when my opera-singing husband has to be out the door for an evening rehearsal," shares Ann Arbor, Michigan's Stephanie Gillett. "It's really tasty and reheats well, so I always make extra for lunches later in the week."
Looking for something quick, colorful and chock-full of healthy ingredients to set before your family and friends? Try spooning this hearty dish from Mary Ann Dell of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania over spaghetti. "Stir-fry meal are always a family favorite," she notes, "and because of the mild kick of this recipe, it's in especially hot demand!"
"This recipe was adapted from one I found in an old San Francisco Junior League cookbook," relates Laurie Mitchell from her home in Indianapolis, Indiana. "It's so easy and tastes so good that it's become one of my all-time favorite chicken dishes. I like to serve it with rice pilaf along with some lightly steamed, fresh green beans."
A light sweet-and-sour sauce gently coats lean pork and mixed vegetables in this colorful stir-fry. Ginger and garlic give it zip, and pineapple adds a touch of the tropics. —Rebecca Baird, Salt Lake City, Utah
Fresh ginger, soy sauce and paprika lend a tangy flavor to this colorful blend of turkey, tomatoes, mushrooms, red peppers and sprouts. It's a yummy mainstay with Becky Baird's family in Salt Lake City, Utah.
“This comforting dish was a favorite with our kids, and now our 11 grandkids request it,” says Nancy Lange, Hindsboro, Illinois. “The recipe is easily doubled or tripled for our Sunday family dinners.”
These little pies look so appetizing with their paprika-sprinkled crust and colorful veggies in a saucy filling. Always well-received by guests, they taste elegantly rich. Sometimes, I adapt the recipe and make one large casserole.
Seafood fans will be more than satisfied by Mary Anne Zimmerman's pleasantly zesty entree for two. “Serve the fish fillets with a salad and baked potato, and it's a balanced meal in itself,” she notes from Silver Springs, Florida.