Better Homes & Gardens March 2011 Recipes

Jamie's Chipotle Chili Cheese Dogs
Check out our latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens magazine: fast-fix meals, grilled hot dogs, Irish Soda Bread, and more!

Feta-Stuffed Chicken Breasts with White Bean & Olive Salad

For instant flavor, stuff chicken with feta cheese and lemon zest. Continue the Greek-inspired theme with a quick-tossed salad of spinach, beans, tomatoes, and olives.

Lemon-Basil Pasta

This five-ingredient dinner is easy and delicious. Lemon, basil, and olive oil make a flavorful sauce for linguine and cannellini beans.

Chicken & Vegetable Saute

Cook chicken breasts with whatever veggies you have on hand (we like broccoli, carrots, and red onion) for a fast and good-for-you supper.

Chicken & Pasta Frittata with Simple Spinach Salad

Bake scrambled eggs with broccoli, leftover pasta, and chicken for a hearty dish you can serve for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Meat Loaf Sandwich

Give meat loaf a tasty makeover by serving it with cheddar, fresh spinach, and tomatoes atop toasted ciabatta buns.

Sloppy Joe Pizza

Two family favorites come together in this hearty, seven-ingredient supper.

Carrot Soup with Chili-Spiced Croutons

Carrots, chicken broth, olive oil, and onions are all it takes to make this flavorful blended soup. Homemade chili croutons add crunch and spice.

Scrambled Egg Stromboli with Carrot Ribbon Salad

Wrap scrambled eggs and veggies in refrigerated pizza dough for a dinner that comes together quickly. Olive juice and olive oil make a tangy dressing for carrots and green onions.

Pasta, Red Bean & Parsley Toss

Chili powder adds smokiness to this quick one-dish dinner. Chicken broth and pecorino cheese combine to create a light sauce.

Vegetable-Beef Potpie

Refrigerated pizza dough and pantry staples, such as canned tomatoes, mean you can make this classic comfort dish any night of the week.

Egg Sandwich with Sweet-Sour Carrots & Red Onions

Cilantro and an easy carrot-onion salad add freshness to these open-face sandwiches.

Hummus-Crusted Chicken with Chili Carrots

Homemade bean spread helps bread crumbs stick to chicken breasts. Serve the crunchy chicken with carrots tossed with olive oil, honey, and chili powder.

Egg & Wilted Spinach Salad

Spinach wilts quickly when tossed with sauteed balsamic-honey apples; top the dish with fried eggs and blue cheese.

Meatballs with Chutney

Toss broiled meatballs with Balsamic-Apple Chutney and blue cheese for a dinner that's bursting with flavor.

Veggie Burgers with Apple-Onion Salad

Italian bread crumbs, carrots, and onions ensure these patties are filled with flavor. For crunch and freshness, top the burgers with sweet-and-sour Apple-Onion Salad.

Egg Salad Sandwich with Basil-Honey-Lemon Dressing

Give boring egg salad a makeover by tossing sliced hard-cooked eggs with Kalamata olives and carrots.

Mexican Mac & Cheese

Sausage and salsa add instant spice and flavor to this simple layered casserole.

Four-Nut Maple Bars

Indulge in these whole-wheat nut bars, topped with decadent Chocolate-Hazelnut Frosting.

Irish Soda Bread

This classic Irish quick bread is similar to a large scone or biscuit. While it's popular fare for St. Patrick's Day, it also makes a delicious brunch side or afternoon snack.

Chicago-Style Hot Dogs

Don't even think about squirting ketchup on these grilled dogs. Instead, top them with tomatoes, sport peppers, yellow mustard, onion, sweet pickle relish, and celery salt.

Dogs with Avocado & Chips

For Mexican-inspired hot dogs, top them with onions, tomatoes, crushed chips, and a quick guacamole.

Tube Steaks with Pickled Onion Topper

Make-ahead pickled onions are a delicious way to dress-up grilled hot dogs.

Chipotle Chili Cheese Dogs

Bacon and chipotle chiles put a smoky spin on classic chili cheese dogs. Chopped white onion is a traditional topper you won't want to forget.

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