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Barilla is an Italian family-owned food company. Established in 1877, it’s now an international Group present in more than 100 countries. A world leader in the markets of pasta and ready–to–use sauces in continental Europe, bakery products in Italy and crispbread in Scandinavia, the Barilla Group is recognized worldwide as a symbol of Italian know–how.
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When Jacques Pépin has leftover cooked meat from a roast or a stew, or even leftover steak, he often chops it and uses it to make these boulettes (“small balls”)—a staple in every French housewife’s cooking repertoire.
Pasta water is the key to this rich, otherwise sauceless pasta dish; add a little to the pan at the end, with Parmesan and the cooked pancetta, to make a rich, silky broth that marries ingredients perfectly.
Quick and easy dinner recipes are what we all need any time of the year, from the busy holiday season to the summer when you want to just be outside having fun, and especially at back-to-school time. The school bus is late, one kid has football practice, the other has baseball, dance class is later on, let’s not forget about scouts and piano, and then there’s that PTA meeting. That’s when you need easy dinner ideas!
This mini meatloaf recipe blends the savory flavor of a top-quality ground round with the zest of a spicy-hot vegetable juice. Pair that with a sweet onion and a Dijon mustard and you have an incredible combination that tastes great. A Pepper Relish Mini Meatloaf is also perfect for single-serving portions since your family and friends can take what they want. Back for seconds? Of course! You’ll never feel like you’re eating too much with the Pepper Relish Mini Meatloaves. These look—and taste—just right.
Who says weeknight meals have to be boring? Browse our selection of mouth-watering 5-ingredient dinner recipes and you will realize that quick and easy meals can also mean innovative and delicious. With the addition of a few extra ingredients to regular pantry staples, you have what it takes for a tasty quick dinner. A package of frozen shredded potatoes is the base for a yummy pizza both kids and parents will approve of. Jarred sauces, seasoned breadcrumbs, or crushed cereal flakes help bump up the WOW factor for oven-fried chicken, fish, or pork chops. Your outdoor grill can become your go-to weeknight appliance for quick meals. Marinade steaks or chops in the morning before work. Fire the grill up when you get home and in no time you are enjoying a delicious home-cooked meal. Add crusty bread, green salad, or fruit to any of these recipes for a quick and easy weeknight meal. 
Unsalted butter will make cookies flat… I made chocolate chip cookies over the holidays…. one recipe I used regular soft stick butter and second time I did unsalted butter… one batch was fluffy.. and the unsalted ones came out flat… did the unsalted ones because my husband recently had a heart attack..
Oh my gosh! Delicious! I never made them before but wanted to try and your recipe was spot on! My daughter and I ate every bite! Thanks sooo much for sharing! #food #delicious #meatballs #swedishmeatballs #loveandcooking #sharing
My One-Pan Asian Beef and Rice Skillet is on regular rotation at our house, but last week, I was craving something similar…yet different.🤔 Luckily, inspiration hit when I decided to call upon the flavors of a beloved Chinese restaurant classic for a new, shortcut, ground beef dinner idea.
Searched for a recipe for stuff I had in the kitchen so I didnt have to go to the store. I came across this recipe. I only had a can of Hunts Spagetti Sauce in the cupboard so I was worried how it would turn out (we prefer Ragu). I shouldnt have worried because it turned out delicious!! I added a little more of the seasonings and a bit of sugar to the sauce. So yummy and kid approved. Thank you for a great easy meal!!
Here’s a true crowd pleaser: pasta shells in a simple sauce of ground beef, tomatoes, and pesto, layered with mozzarella and Parmesan and baked until bubbly. Fusilli or orecchiette would work well here, too.
I reduced 1/4 cup of sugar to half, 1/8 cup instead. My grown sons like salty food, so I added half tsp salt. I also use powdered garlic, ginger, and onion. Steamed cabbage can go with this dish as well.
I was born in Africa and grew up enjoying cardamom. Through the years, I’ve experimented with this herb in a variety of recipe. I hope you enjoy these old-fashioned sugar cookies.—Mabel Shirk, Fair Play, South Carolina
Beans and ground beef are the stuff chili dreams are made of, but we didn’t stop there. The secret ingredient in this hearty option? Cocoa powder! The bittersweet powder gives deep flavor to this soup recipe with ground beef.
I made the meatloaf first (with more spice and ketchup and tomato paste on top) then put slices of it in the bottom of the pan, instead of raw meat. Also added sliced green onions on top. It was amazing! Everyone loved it at the potluck I brought it to!!!!
Made these according to recipe. Will definitely leave the rice out next time. Otherwise, good flavor. Maybe amend the recipe to not include rice? I think it would stick fine with the egg and flour alone. Still added rice because I thought maybe you were on to something!
I followed the recipe as written, and this dish was fantastic! It received a thumbs-up from everyone at the table. It is a great “Meatless Monday” meal, and I would prepare it for company, as well. It is full of flavor, simple to prepare, and offers the option of adding meat, if desired.
Your comment is awesome, DeNece, and I’m so happy these were a total success and will become your go-to. I bet the sliders were incredible…and sampling in advance, of course, is a very important job! So happy your son and the rest of the family approved!
[…] I’ll be honest, those cookies are not good as cookies in my opinion (because when you have the best chocolate chip cookie recipe ever, there’s no other cookie recipe in your life!). I don’t even like to eat the dough once […]
You may have your own special name for this delightful dish, but all you really need to know is that you are going to be eating a delicious ground beef patty smothered in an amazingly creamy, spicy sauce. Wrapped inside a warm pita, and surrounded by crunchy lettuce, thick, juicy slices of fresh tomatoes, rings of red onion, your mouth will literally be watering before you take the first bite. If you’ve never made this before, don’t worry. All the ingredients are easy to find. You can find tahini paste on the imported food aisle of large supermarkets or in Mediterranean markets.
I generally have most of the ingredients on hand so it’s easy to make last minute. I have added extra veggies, snap peas, peppers, cabbage and it has always turned out great! Something different to do with hamburger meat.
Is the egg noodle — long a staple of comfort food and dorm rooms — underappreciated? Not when set against coins of turkey sausage, roasted eggplant, and sweet red bell peppers in this rustic and hearty meal.
Here’s a clever trick to pack veggies into these beefy, Latin-inspired stuffed potatoes: Chop the carrots, onion and tomato into small pieces that go almost unnoticed when cooked with the ground beef. This dish is perfect for that picky vegetable eater who’s trying to eat healthier.
If our Easiest Peanut Butter Cookies had any fewer ingredients you would literally be standing at your counter eating peanut butter out of a jar with a spoon. Still, you will impress your guests with these simple, 4-ingredient peanut butter cookies.  It is also incredibly easy to remember because you need one of everything: one cup of peanut butter; one cup of sugar; one egg; and one teaspoon of vanilla extract. Now bake! In fifteen minutes or so they are ready to go. Serve them warm from the oven with a tall glass of cold milk. And, if you want to mix it up a little, you can add in your favorite chocolate morsels, chopped peanuts, or other delicious ingredient.
Thanks! I’m not sure. I’ve frozen lots of drop cookie doughs, and they work well. Since this one is so close to brownie batter in consistency, I’m just not sure. I think it would freeze fine, but I’m not sure whether it would start to run as it thaws or not. I wish I had a better answer for you!