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Winning Dinner Recipes

Looking for winning dinner recipes? Find winning dinner recipes including beef dinners, chicken dinners, and more winning dinner recipes.

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Cheeseburger Meat Loaf

Cheeseburger Meat Loaf

Cheeseburger Meat Loaf

I created this meat loaf one day when I wanted to make cheeseburgers—my husband's favorite—but it was too chilly to grill outside. I've served it numerous times since then, and it never fails to get rave reviews. Even your most finicky eater will enjoy this oven-baked main dish. And you'll appreciate the price—just 51¢ a serving. —Paula Sullivan Barker, New York

Cranberry Meatballs

Cranberry Meatballs

Cranberry Meatballs

Meet the Cook: Since we raise hogs, pork's plentiful at our place. If my husband's able to identify cranberries in a dish, however, he won't eat it. So, the first time I made these meatballs, I was thrilled when he raved about them. Our children - 5 and 2 - also consider them a favorite. And I've had many people request the recipe. But I really knew I had a "winner" when my grandmother asked me for it! -Tammy Neubauer, Ida Grove, Iowa

Tortilla Lasagna

Tortilla Lasagna

Tortilla Lasagna

“I found a similar recipe on-line and when I finished adjusting it, this was the result," notes Lynn Smith of Warrensburg, Missouri. "It was an instant hit with my family! They love spicy food, and this simple lasagna has become a new favorite.”
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Chicken and Asparagus Kabobs

Chicken and Asparagus Kabobs

Chicken and Asparagus Kabobs

These Asian-flavored kabobs, served with a tasty dipping sauce, are special enough to make for guests at your next backyard get-together. Sometimes I substitute salmon for the chicken. —Kelly Townsend, Syracuse, Nebraska

Chicken in Lime Butter

Chicken in Lime Butter

Chicken in Lime Butter

"A few ordinary, on-hand ingredients make this moist and tender chicken something really extraordinary! The flavor added by the rich, buttery sauce with a splash of lime juice is unmatched. It’s been a hands-down winner at our house for 20 some years," says Denise Segura of Draper, Utah.

Bruschetta Pizza

Bruschetta Pizza

Bruschetta Pizza

You might need a knife and fork for this hearty pizza! Loaded with Italian flavor and plenty of fresh tomatoes, it's bound to become a family favorite. "It's even better with a homemade, whole wheat crust!" —Debra Kell, Owasso, Oklahoma

Chicken Alfredo Stuffed Shells

Chicken Alfredo Stuffed Shells

Chicken Alfredo Stuffed Shells

These pasta shells, filled with warm, gooey cheese, are always popular. The tender chicken and rich sauce make the dish so satisfying, I simply serve salad on the side.—Michele Sheppard, Masontown, PA

Flavorful Swedish Meatballs

Flavorful Swedish Meatballs

Flavorful Swedish Meatballs

Our kids—Garrett, 10, and Heather, 5—love to roll the ground beef and pork mixture into these moist meatballs. We enjoy them prepared in a creamy gravy. But the frozen meatballs also are great additions to soups and stews, or to stir into spaghetti sauce and serve over pasta. —Stacy Thomas Anchorage, Alaska

Slow-Cooked Hearty Jambalaya

Slow-Cooked Hearty Jambalaya

Slow-Cooked Hearty Jambalaya

"I love anything with Cajun spices, so I came up with this slow-cooker jambalaya that’s just as good as that served in restaurants," says Jennifer Fulk from Moreno Valley, California. "If you can’t find Andouille sausage, hot links, smoked sausage or chorizo will also work. I like to serve it with warm cornbread and garnished with sliced green onions."

Best-Ever Beans and Sausage

Best-Ever Beans and Sausage

Best-Ever Beans and Sausage

My wife devised this dish, which is extremely popular with our friends and family. When she asks, "What can I share?" the reply is always, "Bring your beans and sausage...and a couple copies of the recipe." — Robert Saulnier, Clarksburg, Massachusetts

Chicago-Style Pan Pizza

Chicago-Style Pan Pizza

Chicago-Style Pan Pizza

I developed a love for Chicago's deep-dish pizzas while attending college in the Windy City. This simple recipe relies on frozen bread dough, so I can indulge in the mouthwatering sensation without leaving home.
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