This gluten-free chicken recipe has a nice modern twist, with curry powder and lots of black pepper.
This is a wonderful one-pan meal that you can add to in many ways. You can substitute refried beans for the meat to make it for vegetarians. You can use any type of cheese, meat, or peppers you want. That is what makes this a excellent meal. It's great the next day reheated. Serve on bed of lettuce and top with sour cream and picante sauce.
Any good cut of steak breaded with a mixture of bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese.
Great, simple stuffing you'll eat down to the last crumb on Thanksgiving.
Chicken deep-fried and then poached in gravy. Maybe it's not the healthiest, but great comfort food for troops on the march (or just a guy back from work). Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
A hearty stuffing with plenty of the good stuff -- bread, veggies, and turkey sausage.
A rich, tasty stuffing with chunks of meat from the turkey's heart and liver. Don't knock it 'till you've tried it.
A traditional Philly cheesesteak cooked up and layered with cheese in a bread bowl. Yeah, that's right, steak in a bread bowl. Why should soup have all the fun?
A meaty side dish for your Southern feast--with slightly less fat thanks to the inclusion of turkey sausage.
Overwhelmed with extra tortillas? This easy recipe turns them into breading for simple pork chops. Clear the fridge and fill your stomach.
Cornbread acts as the dough in this delicious barbecue-flavored pizza rendition.
Fast, Easy chicken sandwiches.
Another on your list of 365 meals that can be grilled, keeping you outside all year long and letting you turn your stove area into tool storage.
A bold-tasting mini-pizza you can make outside on the grill.
Meaty, fried, cheesy and spicy. What more could a man ask for? Well, maybe a bigger workshop, but this'll do for now.
Make this restaurant classic without heating up the house. Chicken Marsala is just as good--maybe better--when it cooks on your grill in a little foil envelope.
Cooking for less than 10 on Turkey Day? First of all, lucky you. Second of all, try this shortcut to turkey meat that's quicker and easier than roasting a whole bird.