I've been complimented on this recipe that it tastes just like the Olive Garden.
In this easy recipe, you make your own pasta dough and stuff the tortellini yourself with prawns, crab, and marscapone cheese. Then you make a simple creamy Parmesan sauce and take credit for a dish that tastes gourmet!
Who wants to be inside some stuffy Italian restaurant when you could be in the great outdoors--or just your backyard--enjoying the creamy deliciousness of fettuccine alfredo. Crank up Sinatra on your iPod and you've got an outdoor date night.
Music: "Hold On I'm Coming" by Sam and Dave
Libation: Pinot Gris
This easy cheese sauce can make practically any dish amazing. Great for turning boring weeknight veggies into a a filling, spectacular side.
A simple cheese sauce for beginning cooks. Put it on pasta. On veggies. Heck, just spoon it right into your mouth; it's that good.
Incredible comfort food in less than 30 minutes. Like the Fab Four (Beatles) or the Fearsome Foursome (Vikings), this quartet is legendary.
This spicy, smoky, cheesy sauce changes a baked potato (or any veggie) into a Mexican-style feast.
A creamy, cheesy sauce draped over boneless pork chops. It's an easy, hearty dinner for two or one course in a bigger meal for four.
I like this on pasta, but I bet it would be good served over rice as well.
This is a sweet and hot variation of traditional buffalo sauce. It can be used as a dipping sauce or to coat your wings.
Instead of twiddling your thumbs while your fresh fish bakes, you make this delicious cheese sauce to pour on when it's done. Feel free to dab the sauce on veggies or potatoes too.
Always cooking chicken? Need a variation? how about a nice Mexican twist? Simple yet elegant.
This pasta dish is one of the best I have made. Serve with Crusty French Bread and an Italian salad. You can also mix and match your favorite ingredients.
A quick sauce for ravioli that uses vegetables and pantry ingredients. A base sauce that can be enhanced by your imagination: pine nuts, broccoli, jalapeno peppers, etc.
Very, very cheesy, and very filling macaroni and cheese sized down for the toaster oven.
This recipe is great with cheddar cheese alone — it’s a basic recipe that guarantees you won’t alienate any finicky kids or fraternity brothers, should they be on your guest list. But stirring in a couple of tablespoons of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese gives this everyman’s dish a real refinement that will wow your gourmet guests too. If you want to really push it over the top, pour the mixture into a baking dish, sprinkle some more parmesan on top, and bake at 400° for a few minutes until it browns.
A quick and easy pasta dinner, and a great way to use that veggie standby, broccoli.
So creamy. So cheesy. And so simple in a toaster oven.
These four horsemen of the cheese-pocalypse turn a basic baked potato into a creamy, amazing side dish or light dinner.