Better Homes and Gardens September 2008 Recipes
Check out the latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens -- 20-minute suppers, irresistible pie, and more.
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Olive Medley Pinwheels
Cream cheese, three different kinds of olives, and roasted red pepper strips fill these irresistible small bites.
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Amaretto Cake with Cinnamon Swirl
This moist white chocolate cake is laced with amaretto and filled with cinnamon and sliced almonds.
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Chicken with Olives
Ideal for a chilly night, this supper features chicken simmered with a zesty mixture of garlic, onion, crushed tomatoes, capers, lemon peel, and oregano.
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Chocolate-Hazelnut Ice Cream Sandwiches
Rich chocolate ice cream is coated with toasted hazelnuts and sandwiched between chocolate wafer cookies covered in a chocolate-hazelnut spread.
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A sweet orange glaze balances the tartness of the orange peel and cranberries in this moist cake.
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Tomato-Edamame Grilled Cheese
A garlicky soy bean spread and juicy tomatoes take grilled cheese to a new level. The leftover spread is a delicious dip for fresh veggies.
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Sweet and Spicy Edamame-Beef Stir-Fry
This 30-minute meal features steak, your choice of veggies, and soybeans tossed in a savory sauce. Pour a spoonful over quick-cooking rice before serving.
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Edamame Soup with Feta Croutons
Easy-to-make feta croutons and fresh thyme leaves top this veggie-filled soup.
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Single-Crust Pie Pastry
With this sure-fire recipe you can have a homemade crust in just 10 minutes.
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Rosemary Apple Pie
For an aromatic spin on Mom's classic apple pie, try this luscious recipe. A rosemary-flecked sugar syrup adds just the right sweetness to tart Granny Smith apples.
Submitted by Catherine Wilkinson of Dewey, Arizona, a winner of the Better Homes and Gardens "American Pie" challenge
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Silky and sweet, this pie has a delicate tang. The fast-cooked filling is poured into a pastry shell, baked, and chilled for an easy-to-slice custard pie.
Submitted by Hillary Barzilla of Houston, Texas, a winner of the Better Homes and Gardens "American Pie" challenge
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This quick toss-together filling is laced with bourbon. A sprinkling of brown sugar adds extra crunchy sweetness to the lattice top.
Submitted by Diane Disbrow of Collinsville, Illinois, a winner of the Better Homes and Gardens "American Pie" challenge
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Cranberry Chocolate Nut Pie
The gooey mix of white chocolate, walnuts, and brandy-soaked cranberries looks like a blondie brownie, but eats like a pie.
Submitted by Rebecca Walch of Orland, California, a winner of the Better Homes and Gardens "American Pie" challenge
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Mustard-Herb Beef Stew
Basic meat and potatoes get bold flavor after simmering in this combination of dark beer, onions, thyme, and parsley.
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A splash of vodka and vermouth plus green olives gives this pepper-crusted beef its martini flavors. You may omit the alcohol; the flavor will be good but different.
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Ginger Curry Chicken with Lentils and Leeks
All by itself, the cooking liquid -- chicken broth flavored with ginger, oranges, and leeks -- would be a great soup. Chicken, bok choy, and lentils make it a meal.
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California Tuna Parmesan
Seared tuna tops mixed baby greens and fresh asparagus tossed in an olive-oil lemon dressing.
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Spicy Shrimp Pasta
This quick-and-easy pasta toss features plump shrimp, broccoli, and tomatoes. Crushed red pepper adds a touch of heat.
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Meatball and Pineapple Hoagies
For a simple sandwich supper they'll love, fill hoagie rolls with meatballs, pineapple chunks, and fruit chutney. Add crushed red pepper for a touch of heat.
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Maple-Glazed Chicken with Sweet Potatoes
Seasoned chicken is cooked in maple syrup and served with creamy mashed sweet potatoes.
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This one-dish salmon is topped with a buttery mixture of tomatoes and jalapeno peppers. Sprinkle on fresh cilantro before serving.
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