Tender boiled whole chicken with onion, celery, carrot, and peppercorn.
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Southern Fried Chicken Livers
Try these deep-fried crispy chicken livers for an old-time Southern treat!
Easy, Mouthwatering Roast Beef
This roast beef is super easy for people who don't have a ton of time to devote to cooking but need to put on a dinner for a large family or group. It comes out perfectly tender with a super flavorful, delicious outer edge and is very tender. Overnight marinating infuses the flavors throughout the entire roast. Mouth-watering!
Awesome Roast Beef
This rump roast in mushroom soup and beef broth is tender and very moist. It's made in the slow cooker, and is very easy to make. Raw vegetables, such as carrots and potatoes, may be added at the start of the cooking time, if desired. My whole family loves this recipe. The leftovers also make great roast beef sandwiches.
Louise's Herbed Beef Tenderloin
This is a simple recipe for a tender and well-seasoned beef tenderloin.
Baked Penne with Italian Sausage
This cheesy pasta dish makes a hearty and flavorsome weeknight meal.
Deconstructed Cabbage Roll Casserole
I love cabbage rolls but don't have the patience to put them together, so I prefer to combine all the ingredients casserole-style and bake. Same taste, easier prep! That's how we roll!
Healthier Chicken a la King
Cubed chicken meat, spinach and egg simmered in milk, onion, flour and salt. Simple, light Chicken A La King. A great one pan recipe for two, but you can double it if you like.
This is a traditional meatloaf recipe without all of the fat and calories. Delicious!
Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken
Breaded chicken breasts flavored with garlic and Parmesan cheese are baked until golden and crispy for the easiest chicken dish ever.
Pork Rub Rubbed and Baked Pork Chops
A pork chop rub that's easy to prep with sugar and spice-shelf staples.
Easy Baked Indian Samosas
This has all the flavor and heartiness of a great samosa without the frying. Although this is an easier, healthier version of the fried samosa, it tastes very authentic. This recipe has the added advantage that you can make ahead and freeze uncooked samosas, simply skip the egg brushing, freeze until you're ready and cook at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 25 to 30 minutes. Serve warm, plain, or with chutney.