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Check out the latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens -- winter soups, new 20-minute dinners, luscious desserts, and more.
Slow-simmered chicken thighs, spiced with curry and cinnamon, make a serendipitous match with plums, baby carrots, and onion.
Serve this slow-cooked lamb medley over hot-cooked orzo, and sprinkle with crumbled feta cheese.
Ready in less than 30 minutes, this gently cooked, ginger-flavored fish combines with shiitake mushrooms and red sweet pepper to create an antioxidant-rich dinner.
Soothing and healthful, this tea is good three ways: hot, iced, and sparkling (see recipe).
Fiery red roasted tomatoes and peppers bring smoky sweetness and a bit of heat to a Manhattan-style chowder base. Bake salmon fillets separately and add to the soup at serving time so that they're cooked just right.
Fresh emerald spinach brings the brilliance of a spring day to this light and healthful soup. Its Italian accent comes from herbs, garlic, and shallots, plus a sprinkling of shaved Parmesan cheese at serving.
Golden butternut squash, roasted with onions and curry powder, transports your taste buds to the wild side of chili. Chickpeas, dried apricots, and nutmeg-spiced walnuts add crunch. Just before serving, stir in chunks of tender rotisserie chicken.
Mixing earthy green split peas, green peas, and fresh flat-leaf parsley puts a vibrant spin on a comforting favorite. Simmer with smoked pork hocks if you're a traditionalist.
In just half an hour this soup can be ready to warm you up. Make an extra batch of the spiced croutons for snacking.
Chicken breasts, seasoned with basil, pairs beautifully with fresh zucchini and dill-seasoned orzo.
For a quick dinner you'll love, top crunchy tostadas with broiled tilapia fillets, veggies, and a zesty chili-lime cream.
Turkey tenderloins, seasoned with a sage rub, top grilled spinach, juicy slices of pear, and creamy crumbled blue cheese.
A creamy mushroom sauce tops eggs noodles in this vegetarian twist on a classic Italian favorite.
A sprinkling of sugar-coated pecans and blue cheese make this sweet potato side dish irresistible.
A creamy layer of cherry-flavored frosting, between each tier of rich chocolate cake, makes this dessert unforgettable. Chocolate-covered cherries make a gorgeous topper.
Malted milk balls make a comeback in this chocolaty mousse topped with coco-flavored whipped cream.
For light-and-airy meringues, gradually add sugar to egg whites, and then bake the mixture at a low temperature (no peeking!) for a crisp exterior and tender center.
A perfectly balanced ration of fruit to milk to gelato creates a frothy dessert that's too thick for a straw but perfect for a spoon. Substitute your favorite fruits if you like.
Lard, according to chef Scott Peacock, is essential to biscuit success. It has a higher melting point than other shortenings, which means it stays solid longer in the oven, resulting in flakier, more tender biscuits.