Celebrate the Sunday dinner tradition with these hearty dishes, all featuring a fresh twist on the classics. Your family will love these Sunday dinner ideas.
This flavorful rib roast goes into the oven under a blanket of rosemary and bacon.
A brown sugar-chili powder rub gives these steaks smoky-sweet flavor.
These tender short ribs are simmered slowly in broth, garlic, herbs, and onions.
Serve this easy ham recipe with a simple side dish of leeks baked under a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese and crumbs.
For an easy twist on classic fried chicken, try baking the recipe instead. Not only will it cut calories, but you're sure to love the seasoned cornflake coating.
Gnocchi capture every drop of the tomato-mushroom broth that flavors this dish. A topping of parsley, garlic, and lemon zest adds freshness.
Tender roasted pork, along with cooked fennel, garlic, and onion, is smothered in a creamy, flavorful mixture of chicken broth, vermouth, and sour cream.
With pantry-ready ingredients such as dried herbs and orzo, this one-dish dinner is ready in a flash. Proscuitto (or cooked ham) makes it a filling main dish.
For a fresh spin on classic spaghetti, top your favorite pasta with our unique meat sauce recipe. Rather than traditional herbs and spices, we've spiffed it up with zucchini, eggplant, raisins, and a pinch of cinnamon.
Delicate sole is topped with a ratatouille-like mixture of eggplant, sweet peppers, tomatoes, picante sauce, and garlic.
Seasoned with lavendar and thyme, this ribeye recipe makes an impressive statement without a lot of fuss. Grilled veggies make a quick and healthy side dish.
A spicy-sweet glaze makes these grilled lamb chops irresistible. Serve them with couscous and peas for a restaurant-worthy meal.
This colorful chicken dish is ready in just 30 minutes, and you can make it any time of year with fresh, frozen, or canned veggies. Italian dressing makes a tangy topper.
Hosting a last-minute dinner party? Try this five-ingredient steak recipe. No one will ever guess that it took just 20 minutes to make.
Our homemade Chipotle sauce adds a bit of pizzazz to Maryland's signature dish. Serve it with a crisp green salad.
This healthier spin on classic fish and chips has double benefits: Catfish is low in fat, and sweet potatoes (in place of white potatoes) are filled with vitamins.
With this hearty one-dish dinner the ingredients bake together in a tightly sealed foil packet, blending all the juices and flavor.