Better Homes and Gardens May 2010 Recipes
Check out our latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens magazine: Mother's Day, Memorial Day, and graduation party recipes, Scott Peacock's classic chocolate meringue pie, and more.
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Herb-Garlic Beef Tenderloin with Roasted Mushrooms
A delectable sweet pepper sauce gives this herb-garlic beef tenderloin company-worthy flair.
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Herb-Garlic Beef Tenderloin Sliders
Fill these yummy sliders with thinly sliced herb-garlic beef tenderloin, crisp radishes, and peppery watercress. Horseradish sauce adds a bit of zip.
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Herb-Garlic Beef Tenderloin Pizza
Top these flatbread pizzas with leftover beef tenderloin, dried tomatoes, mushrooms, and sweet peppers.
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Chopped Red Potato Salad with Mustard Dressing
For an easy, portable party dish, chop red potatoes, onions, and veggies and toss with greens, cherry tomatoes, and dressing; serve in individual cups.
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Quick-Pickled Green Beans with Peppers
Green beans are marinated in cider vinegar-dill dressing and tossed with red pepper, snow peas, and asparagus.
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Jam-Filled Buttercakes with Sour Cream Frosting
These vanilla cupcakes are filled with strawberry jam and topped with homemade sour cream frosting. Purchased icing flowers add a simple decorative touch.
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For a creative cookout dessert, bake vanilla cupcake batter in cones, then top with a scoop of strawberry ice cream.
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Hat-Topped Buttercakes with Sour Cream Frosting
These cupcakes are sure to wow guests at a graduation party. To make the cap, we dipped a small cracker in chocolate, topped it with a mini M&M, and added fruit leather for the tassel.
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Beef and Bean Stir-Fry
This quick stir-fry takes just 20 minutes to make. A tangy sauce of orange juice, soy sauce, and crushed red pepper gives it a delightful kick.
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For a delicious dinner that's ready in just 35 minutes, we've wrapped roasted pork tenderloin in thinly sliced zucchini strips, roasted it, and topped it with tangy pesto.
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Pierogies with Meat Sauce
For a budget-friendly meal, cook chorizo sausage with cherry tomatoes and tomato sauce, and then spoon over potato- and onion-filled pierogies.
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Pork Tenderloin with Cucumber-Mango Salad
For a flavorful 30-minute supper, serve spice-rubbed pork with a fresh salad of green onions, mango, English cucumber, and jalapeno pepper.
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Falafel Patty Melt
Fold cheesy flatbread around hand-formed patties of garbanzo beans, carrots, and peas for a delicious, meatless meal.
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Fish and Green Beans with Wasabi Mayonnaise
For a quick dinner idea, bake panko-coated fish in the oven, and then serve with wasabi-lime-flavored mayo and crispy green beans.
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Spring Chicken Stew
Simmer chicken thighs, bok choy, and carrots in a Dijon-flavored broth for a simple supper. Fresh lemon juice, lemon peel, and lemon thyme brighten the dish.
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Classic Chocolate Meringue Pie
Creamy meringue and silky custard make this chocolatey, beautiful pie ideal for a potluck, dinner party dessert, or luxurious afternoon reward.
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Greek Spinach Veggie Burgers
Top these meatless burgers with spinach, feta cheese, yogurt, roasted red pepper, and red onion.
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Prize Caramel Apple Bars
To make these bars, coat dried apples and apple-cinnamon cereal in a gooey sauce of peanut butter, caramel ice cream topping, and brown sugar.
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Cranberry Crunch Cookies
Stir cranberry-almond cereal into basic cinnamon cookie dough for a delicious, easy-bake treat.
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Southern-Style Veggie Sliders
Make these meatless burgers with mashed black-eyed peas, bread crumbs, and veggies. Cajun mayonnaise adds a kick.
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