Marinate these Thai-inspired ribs in a mix of coconut milk and mild green curry paste. The basting/dipping sauce will have you licking your fingers – a must when you’re enjoying a plate of ribs.
This twist on shepherd’s pie brings spicy curry flavors and a cauliflower-sweet potato topping to the table. There’s nothing bland about it!
Pair these juicy baked drumsticks with a light, crunchy slaw dressed with orange vinaigrette for an easy weeknight meal.
Make your chicken breasts into a pocket stuffed with creamy cheese and asparagus…and wrap the whole thing with bacon. This recipe looks impressive, but is easy to pull off-plus, that 30 minutes of hands-off time in the oven makes it a great meal to serve for company.
Take your salmon up a notch by brushing each fillet with butter infused with Peppadew, a South African pepper, while grilling.
Spending just a few minutes the night before to apply this zesty rub means you can look forward to a cozy one-pan meal with the best fall flavors. This beef roast is spiced with oranges, nutmeg, and pepper, and sits on a bed of sweet and savory parsnips.
You’ll be amazed at the difference it makes to quickly salt your roast the night before cooking. This pot roast features tender beef in a red wine sauce with mushrooms and potatoes for a one-pot meal.
White wine and chicken stock make a delightfully different gravy for this stew that’s full of chunks of tender beef and root vegetables.
Roasted garlic is culinary magic: smearing it on juicy seared ribeyes before finishing them in the oven creates a mouth-watering crust. These scalloped potatoes are dairy-free with a crunch from buttery hazelnuts.
Upgrade your brisket with the robust flavor of Madeira wine. Ideal for a weekend dinner, the meat is fork-tender, and the braising liquid creates a delicious sauce to pour over a sweet and nutty parsnip puree.
Want to know how to take your pie-making game up a notch? 4 words: bacon in the crust. This creamy pie is sweetened with honey and has the ultimate garnish: honey-lacquered bacon.
A super simple roast for a delicious cut of pork paired with a lighter version of the classic potato latke. This will become a go-to recipe!