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These Cornish hens have a garlic-rosemary rub underneath the skin to impart a lovely flavor to the meat. The root vegetables are tossed with an oil and balsamic mix, then roasted.
Dry-toasted onions and garlic start off this unique soup spiced with chipotles and chunky with tomatoes, turkey, and zucchini. It is served with an intriguing combination of Queso fresco (a mild Mexican cheese), lime, and avocado.
Start this nutritious soup in a slow cooker in the morning and come home to tender chicken simmering in a flavorful broth.
Use hors d'oeuvres cutters to cut the cranberry sauce into tiny stars or other shapes.
Yogurt serves as a healthy alternative to mayonnaise in this tangy, quick-to-prepare chicken salad.
Some nights you want a dinner that's light and completely no-cook, yet substantial. On those nights, stack this fruity salad covered with homeade peanut dressing for a delicious, easy meal.
Mirliton, which are gourdlike fruit that taste like squash, may also be labeled chayote or vegetable pears at the supermarket.
This dish contains all the best ingredients Italy has to offer: black olives, capers, garlic, basil, wine, olive oil, and tomatoes. Served with a salad and warm crusty bread, it's a memorable taste of Italy from your own kitchen.
You may have to fend off the neighbors once they get a whiff of this aromatic grilled chicken. Better yet, invite them to join your family for a backyard picnic.
Say "con mucho gusto!" to these mango salsa-topped chicken burritos. If the heat index starts to climb too high, just dab them with a little palate-soothing light sour cream.
Mix and match the vegetable options to create a new dish every time you make this stir-fry.
An intriguing mint marinade bathes tender chicken breasts in cool and hot flavors simultaneously. Fresh mint is most plentiful during summer months when you're apt to enjoy a refreshing grilled dish like this.