Better Homes & Gardens February 2017 Recipes
Red Velvet Heart Cookies
Sesame-Crusted Roast Chicken
So much crispier than grocery store rotisserie chicken and just as easy. It all happens in your cast iron skillet.
Indonesian-Style Beef & Rice Bowls
Your family will love choosing their toppers for this take on a classic rice bowl, and you'll love the cleanup -- it all happens in a skillet.
Crusty Fish Sticks
So long soggy fish sticks! A little olive oil and a smoking hot pan deliver deep-fried taste without much fat.
Bowl 'O Red
This bowl proves chili doesn't need the beans! Serve them alongside for those who must have 'em in their bowl.
Cauliflower Steaks with Hazelnuts & Browned Butter
Seared cauliflower steaks are transformed into a dinner-party worthy side thanks to a quick pan sauce of brown butter and hazelnuts.
Mushroom and Cheese Sourdough Toasts
Serve these toasts with a simple side salad and you've got dinner done in 30 minutes flat.
Radishes with Crispy Prosciutto
When cooked, radishes mellow out and become slightly sweet. Balance the ruby root with a sprinkle of crispy proscuitto and a drizzle of cider vinegar.
Veggie Skillet Biscuits
The best part of these buttery biscuits? A bunch of veggies in the batter means they're practically a health food.
Cheesy Italian Baked Beans
A quick trip to your pantry is all you'll need to put an Italian spin on classic baked beans. Try sprinkling on crushed red pepper flakes for extra heat.
Orange Cornmeal Cake
Instead of cloyingly sweet brown sugar pineapple, we've added tangy orange and fresh thyme for a totally grown-up take on the classic upside-down cake.
Pan Pasta with Sausage
We love the spice that mustard greens give this dish. Not a fan? Try tossing in baby kale instead.
Pork Meatball and Escarole Soup
A lighter version of Italian wedding soup, it contains a big bunch of greens and simmers together for just 10 minutes.
Glazed Celery and Fennel
Cooking in cast iron brings out the sweetness of these everyday veggies. The key is to cook the vegetables until the liquid evaporates and their natural sugars caramelize.