This may be the best turkey recipe ever! Why? Because it's easy -- the perfect recipe for someone who is roasting turkey for the first time. A mixture of oil and herbs coats the skin and lends flavor and moisture as the turkey slow roasts in the oven. Basting during the second half of the cooking process also infuses the whole bird with flavor. A classic main dish for the holidays!
This recipe is ideal for a small gathering. Sunday dinner, a holiday feast or any special occasion is the perfect time to make this turkey breast pot roast. Turkey slowly stews in a dutch oven with a medley of vegetables ― tasty, tender and delicious!
In this easy dinner recipe, crispy, oven-roasted Cornish hens are placed atop a bed of wild rice. A rich and creamy bacon and wild mushroom gravy, drizzled overtop, makes this dish a meal to remember.
This may be the best ever stuffed pork loin recipe! The ideal centerpiece to a fall harvest feast (or alternative to traditional Thanksgiving turkey), this pork loin roast melds the best of sweet and savory. Serve with a side of seasonal veggies and a glass of dry, crisp Riesling.
A complete dinner cooked in one pan! Late-season veggies in a variety of colors and chicken breasts are seasoned and then roasted in a hot oven. This easy-prep dinner can be enjoyed any day of the week and is perfect for a sit-down Sunday dinner.
The cozy combination of maple and bourbon is a timeless classic! Sweet and bold flavors balance each other out, and create a perfectly juicy Cornish hen. If you have never made Cornish hens before, it is incredibly easy! The hens taste exactly like the chicken you’re used to, but they cook faster and are perfect for individual servings. The kids always get a kick out of getting their “very own chicken!” for the first time, too. Serve these hens over a bed of rice, with a simple salad or both. If you have any leftovers, you can shred the meat and include it in delicious sandwiches, soups or over salads throughout the week! Do not worry about including bourbon in your recipe if you have children: All alcohol will cook off while the hens are baking. But, you can always leave it out, and still have a juicy, flavorful meal!
Who doesn’t love bruschetta? This chicken recipe is a great option if you are looking for a “lite” meal and can be made low carb/keto and low calorie by omitting the bread crumbs and cooking in olive oil. This meal can go from fridge to table in as little as 20 minutes and is a great option for the whole family — even your picky eaters as you can easily skip the bruschetta. For a more filling meal, add chicken on top of hot pasta that has been coated in olive oil and fresh garlic. If you don’t have tomato bruschetta on hand, you can easily make your own by combining a can of diced tomatoes with juices, olive oil, chopped garlic and fresh Italian herbs.
When it comes to easy one-pot meals, this recipe may be one of our favorites. Perfect for fall, this dish pairs sweet potatoes and crisp, ripe apples with smoky apple gouda sausage. For an extra-special touch, top with your favorite brand of red sauerkraut, chopped green onions and parsley.
This summer dinner idea makes use of fresh basil and vegetables you may have growing in your garden. A homemade pesto, which flavors the vegetable and couscous mix, can also be drizzled atop grilled chicken and salad immediately before serving.
Adobo spices, chili powder and espresso give classic grilled chicken a pinch of Caribbean flavor. Paired with a fresh mango and watermelon salad, this main course dish is the perfect way to end a busy summer day.
Tender grilled chicken thigh meat lends depth and richness to this casual dinnertime recipe, where lime, ginger, soy sauce and garlic come together in a sensational marinade. Serve chicken on buns or in lettuce wraps.
A healthier spin on fried chicken and potatoes, this recipe is packed with flavor and serves up half the guilt. Since it only takes about 30 to 40 minutes to make, it’s perfect for meal prepping or busy weekday dinners. If you’re serving any picky eaters, try subbing some of the asparagus for rainbow carrot slices, green beans or any other long veggies. Not only will it offer more variety, it will give even more pops of color. To maintain the bright colors of the asparagus or other veggies (and impress guests!), blanche veggies by dropping them in boiling water for a minute and transferring to ice water before sautéing with the garlic cloves!