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Colleen Gonring of Brookfield, Wisconsin offers a new version of "surf and turf"—succulent steaks you stuff with shrimp! Don't be fooled...this hearty main-course pleaser only looks trick. "It's actually a cinch to prepare," assures Colleen.
They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. So when I invite that special guy to dinner, I like to prepare something equally special. This well-seasoned pasta dish has lots of flavor...and it won't hurt your budget! —Shari Neff, Takoma Park, Maryland
This pretty pasta main course has only a few ingredients, so it’s a breeze to whip up. “We used to prepare it with heavy cream, but I substituted half-and-half to cut fat, and it’s just as good,” writes Diane Shipley of Concord, Ohio.
I first served these hens at Thanksgiving one year when only a few of us gathered to celebrate the holiday. They're so yummy they often grace our table throughout the year. The wild rice stuffing offers a flavor my family always enjoys. –Jenny Holliday, Roanoke, Alabama
In contrast to traditional tacos, these taste complete as is, without further garnishes or sauces. I’ve also made this using bite-sized pieces of chicken thighs and increasing the cooking time appropriately. —Helen Glazier, Seattle
“My original version of this recipe used several tablespoons of butter versus the one tablespoon of olive oil. It also used dried apricots and honey and more of the cheese.” David Dahlman - Chatsworth, California
Pears and dried cherries go amazingly well with chicken and balsamic vinegar. It’s easy enough to make for a weeknight meal, but you can also dress it up for company. —Marcia Whitney, Gainesville, Florida
In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Melissa Morton seasons New York strip steaks with a Caesar dressing mixture, then grills them for a tasty entree that's ready in minutes. TIP: As a side dish, Melissa serves baked potatoes topped with chunky salsa and sour cream.