From roasted chicken to fried chicken, chicken salad to chicken tenders, this humble bird one ingredient we can always count on, right? On family menus almost every week, it's affordable, versatile and downright delicious. What's your favorite way to fix the chix?
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What are your favorite CHICKEN recipes? Share 'em all in today's Recipe Round-Up!
Here's one of our favorite chicken recipes. It's easy enough for every day and fancy enough for Sunday supper with company!
Gran's Rosemary Roast Chicken This family recipe was shared with us by Audrey Lett from Newark, Delaware. It's part of our 101 Christmas Recipes cookbook...thanks, Audrey!
4-lb. roasting chicken 1 t. salt 1/4 t. pepper 1 onion, quartered 8 cloves garlic, pressed 1/4 c. fresh rosemary, chopped 1/4 c. butter, melted
Place chicken in a greased large roasting pan; sprinkle with salt and pepper. Place onion, garlic and rosemary inside chicken; brush butter over chicken. Bake, uncovered, at 400 degrees for 1-1/2 hours, basting occasionally with pan juices, until golden and juices run clear when pierced. Let stand for several minutes before carving. Serves 4 to 6.
Chocolate Tartlets These sweet little bites were shared with us by Emily Plotnick of West Linn, Oregon. They're special enough for any celebration and they appear in our cookbook, 101 Homestyle Favorites.
On a floured surface, roll out pie crust to 1/8-inch thick. Cut out 12 circles with a 2-3/4 inch round biscuit cutter. Fit carefully into lightly greased mini muffin cups, pressing edges against rims and crimping with a fork. Bake at 350 degrees for 7 to 10 minutes, until set and golden. Cool. In a heavy saucepan, bring cream just to simmering over medium heat. Remove from heat; add chocolates and let stand 2 minutes. Whisk until melted; transfer to a medium bowl. Cover and chill for one hour. Beat chocolate mixture with an electric mixer on medium speed until soft peaks form. Spoon into baked crusts; chill. At serving time, garnish with dollops of whipped cream and raspberries. Serves 4.
Whether you're gathering with friends to watch your favorites play, having the whole team over for an after-practice feast or celebrating the littlest quarterback's big plays, game day just isn't the same without some savory snacks.
You'll find something for everyone in this collection of game-day appetizers and they're all perfectly portable and sized for maximum munching. No matter who takes home the trophy tonight, we'll all be winners when we fill our plate's with today's goodies. Take two, they're small!
If you'd like to serve a homecooked meal, but only have about 30 minutes to get dinner on the table, take a look at these recipes. We've got everything from pizza to sweet-and-sour pork...all ready in about 30 minutes!
Cheesy Chicken & Noodle Soup
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Surprisingly easy to make, and astonishingly tasty!
Who doesn't love to treat their family to dessert after a great meal? Today we're rounding up your sweets, from simple no-bake recipes to bake-sale bestsellers and all the special occasion must-haves in between.
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What are YOURfavorite DESSERT recipes? Share them below in our Recipe Round-Up!
Perfect for after dinner, to share with friends or even for Valentine's Day, these doubly delicious brownies are ones you'll make again and again.
Double-Chocolate Mint Brownies Thanks to Amy Gitter of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, who shared this family-favorite recipe with us for our bookazine, Best-Loved Baking Recipes...it's a keeper!
1 c. all-purpose flour 1 c. sugar 1 c. plus 6 T. butter, softened and divided 4 eggs, beaten 16-oz. can chocolate syrup 2 c. powdered sugar 1 T. water 1/2 t. peppermint extract 3 drops green food coloring 1 c. semi-sweet chocolate chips
Beat flour, sugar, 1/2 cup butter, eggs and syrup in a large bowl until smooth; pour into a greased 13x9” baking pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes, until top springs back when lightly touched. Cool completely in pan. Combine powdered sugar, 1/2 cup butter, water, extract and food coloring in a bowl; beat until smooth. Spread over brownies; chill. Melt chocolate chips and remaining 6 tablespoons butter in a double boiler; stir until set. Cut into small squares to serve. Makes about 4 dozen.
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Whether you're making cookies & candy to give, swap or just enjoy all season long, we know you'll be making your favorites. What better time to whip up batch after batch than at Christmastime? You might want to consider doubling your recipes, especially if you want some leftover for Santa...all those treats go fast this time of year!
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What are your favorite CHRISTMAS COOKIE & CANDY Recipes? Share 'em all in today's Recipe Round-Up!
This recipe for sweet Sugar Cookie Mittens is a tradition we bake up every Christmas season. So pretty sitting on our buffet, they're almost too cute to eat...add a glass of milk and you're off to cookie heaven!
Sugar Cookie Mittens
This recipe was shared with us by our friend Tina Knots of Cable, Ohio. Tina says, "Everybody needs a dependable cut-out cooke recipe for Christmas...this is mine! I collect cookie cutters, and this recipe works so well with them." 2 c. plus 6 T. butter, softened 1-1/3 c. sugar 2 eggs, beaten 2 T. plus 2 t. vanilla extract 5 c. all-purpose flour 4-1/2 c. powdered sugar 6 T. butter, melted 6 T. milk 2 T. vanilla extract 1 T. lemon juice Optional: few drops food coloring
Blend 2 cups butter and sugar together; stir in eggs and 2 teaspoons vanilla. Add flour; mix until well blended. Shape into a ball; cover and chill for 4 hours to overnight. Roll out dough 1⁄4-inch thick on a lightly floured surface; cut out with cookie cutters as desired. Arrange cookies on lightly greased baking sheets. Bake at 350 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes, until golden; cool. To make Frosting: Combine powdered sugar, milk, remaining butter (melted), remaining vanilla, lemon juice and food coloring, if using, in a medium bowl. Beat with an electric mixer on low speed until smooth. Frost cookies when cool. Makes 4 dozen.
Create something unexpected Leftovers get new life with these ideas
Once the pie and coffee have been enjoyed and the last guests leave with their neatly wrapped leftovers, the fridge at your house might be stuffed fuller than ol' Tom Turkey was.
What to do with all those leftovers? Here are five tasty ideas from our collection (and a few from some friends!) to keep that turkey tasting amazing.
You may find yourself looking forward to Black Friday for more than just shopping. With these ideas, it's simple to reinvent your leftovers!
Best-Ever Stuffing Balls: Seems simple enough, right? Roll up your stuffing, add a little gravy to the baking dish if you like and bake until heated through. The result is a perfectly moist stuffing on the inside and crunchy toasty bits on the outside. It's the best of the middle and edges in one snack-size ball!
Not only is this a yummy way to enjoy leftovers, but you can make the balls and freeze them for a taste of the holiday anytime.Use this recipe, if you're starting from scratch.
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