Comfort Food Recipes
Give in to a comfort food recipe that offers the flavors you love most. Fried chicken, lasagna, and meatloaf are some of our favorites. Classic macaroni and cheese is always on the list, too!
Sausage Dinner Hoagie with Chef Scott Peacock
For a quick and easy weeknight dinner, try this sausage sandwich by Scott Peacock. The hearty recipe would also be great leftover for lunch the next day.
Corn Bread Dressing with Chef Scott Peacock
Corn bread dressing is a great American classic for Thanksgiving or any special celebration. Check out this traditional corn bread dressing recipe by Scott Peacock.
Side Dish Upgrade: Mashed Potatoes
Make the creamiest mashed potatoes ever with our three ridiculously easy tips.Wanna know how to make the creamiest mashed potatoes ? Follow these three simple steps. Go with russets. Their light and fluffy texture is ideal and their mild earthy flavor acts as a blank canvas for all kinds of toppings. Make sure your liquid, both the butter and milk, are nice and warm before adding it to the potatoes and be sure to add the butter first and then the buttermilk. This will keep the potatoes from becoming gluey and keep them delightfully creamy and smooth. Try using buttermilk instead of regular milk or cream. Not only does it have a naturally smooth creamy texture, its light tang makes potatoes all the more flavorful. These incredibly creamy mashed potatoes are sure to be a hit this holiday.
30-Minute Comfort Food: Beef Stroganoff
Comfort food can still be quick. This 30-minute beef dinner features classic Beef Stroganoff. Dig in!expect. First, for ease in slicing, partially freeze a 12-ounce boneless beef sirloin steak just until it's slightly firm. Trim any fat from the steak and then thinly slice it into bite-sized strips making sure you cut across the grain. Set the steak aside. Place eight ounces of sour cream in a mixing bowl and add two tablespoons of flour. Stir it well. Then, add ½ cup of water, two teaspoons of instant beef bouillon granules and a quarter teaspoon of black pepper. Stir it well then set the bowl aside. Place a large skillet over medium high heat and add two tablespoons of butter. When the butter melts, add the steak, two cups of sliced mushrooms, a half a cup of chopped onion and one clove of minced garlic . Cook and stir for about five minutes or until the steak has reached your desired level of doneness. Drain off any excess
Irresistible Pumpkin Mac and Cheese
Ooey gooey mac and cheese tastes even richer with canned pumpkin. You simply have to try this fast dinner recipe -- it's one of the top Better Homes and Gardens recipes ever!
The Best Slow Cooker Side Dish: Loaded Creamed Corn with Tomato and Bacon
Made in the slow cooker, this rich and cheesy side dish is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Loaded with cheese and topped with tomatoes and bacon, we'll show you how to make the ultimate creamed corn.
Dinner Tonight: Sweet and Spicy Pasta with Eggplant Sauce
Need a easy and delicious recipe for dinner tonight? Simply mix spicy sausage, fresh eggplant, briny olives and sweet tomatoes in your slow cooker. It's that easy!sweetness. This pasta with fresh eggplant sauce balances that sweetness with hot Italian sausage , briny olives, mushrooms, and garlic all in a tomato base. It all comes together in a slow cooker for complex flavor without a lot of fuss. First, heat a large skillet. Over medium high heat, add 8 ounces of bulk hot Italian sausage and cook it, breaking it up with a wooden spoon until it's brown. You'll need 1 medium eggplant for the sauce. If
Quick and Delicious Comfort Food: Easy Shepherd's Pie
Cozy up to this quick and easy shepherd's pie. Thanks to a few shortcuts like frozen vegetables and canned soup, you can enjoy satisfying comfort food any night of the week.-Shepherd's pie is the ideal comfort food especially good when served on a chilly winter evening. This version fully of tasty beef, veggies, mashed potatoes , and cheese will have your family asking for seconds. Let's start by placing a 17-ounce package of refrigerated cooked beef tips with
Soup in the Slow Cooker: Italian Wedding Soup with Escarole
We'll show your how to make a hearty soup in the slow cooker. Tender greens, rich meatballs and pasta come together for a comfort food classic.Italian Wedding Soup is a comfort food classic with its savory little meatballs, tender veggies and tiny pearls of pasta. It isn't difficult to make and this version, which simmers in a slow cooker for hours, makes it convenient enough for a week night dinner. The first step is to make the meatballs. In a large bowl, lightly beat two large eggs. Then add 1 cup finely chopped onion that will be about one large onion, 1/3 cup of fine dried bread crumbs , 2 tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese , 2 tablespoons of snipped fresh flat leaf parsley, 1/2 teaspoon of salt and 1/2 teaspoon of pepper. Stir everything together. Now, we'll
Coffee-Braised Pot Roast -- Why Coffee Makes All the Difference!
A broth made with coffee adds rich, deep flavor to this elegant pot roast. We'll help you make this simple, one-pot meal that's perfect for entertaining thanks to a hands-off cooking technique called braising.sweet pepper that has been cut into chunks and three cloves of minced garlic . Cook and stir for 4 to 5 minutes or until the vegetables are tender and starting to brown. Add one 4.5-ounce can