Make this one-skillet, 4-ingredient recipe the next time you are too tired to cook much, eat out, or run to the store. You probably already have everything you need.
Entrees are the main dish at your meal. Most of the time, the entree is a meat dish at my house. It's a good place to start your menu-planning. If you are looking for a vegetarian entree, I suggest you look under the vegetable category as many of those recipes are also suitable for serving as an entree.
A traditional Sunday dinner–beef steak cooked with carrots, onions and tomatoes results in a fork-tender beef with savory, rich gravy.
Please the chicken-lovers in your family with this breaded chicken seasoned with rosemary and Parmesan. It’s so flavorful and crispy, you won’t miss the gravy or the Colonel.
Ground beef, macaroni, pasta sauce and cheese. Stir together and add catsup for delicious comfort food.
Beefy chili with chocolate added to smooth out the flavors and add depth. Even Grandma won’t guess the secret ingredient.
A baked spaghetti casserole–fancy enough for a party, but don’t wait for a special occasion. Appeals to picky eaters and adults alike. French Fried Onions are the secret ingredient.
Creamed chicken layered with chips and cheese–a kid friendly dish perfect for using leftover chips and chicken or turkey
Bell peppers of many colors are full of Southwestern flavors along with Cauli-rice instead of rice. Make ahead. Freezes well.
This weeknight Shepherd’s Pie is simple but delicious way to use left-over pot roast or roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy. Recipe includes a video and picture tutorial.