This refreshing seafood lasagna, filled with fish, shrimp and lots of pesto, is kind the lasagna recipe to serve year round–just change the seafood.
These goat cheese quesadillas are filled with plenty of cheese, olive tapanade, and grilled radicchio. A simple recipe that the whole family will love.
For these Indian pan-grilled sea scallops, the scallops are marinated in turmeric then seared. The dish is finished with wilted spinach and ground peanuts.
These stuffed potato shells, or stuffed potato patties, are filled with savory-spicy Indian ingredients are served with three flavor-packed sauces.
The recipe for these onion rings, which are crispy on the outside and have a sweet, soft interior, call for any sweet yellow onion. A true burger buddy.
These herbed omelettes, flecked with chives and Parmesan cheese, are rolled around a ricotta filling and cut into pieces. The omelets can be made ahead.
This frothy Greek Frappe–coffee, sugar, and evaporated milk–is a favorite of the Greek and non-Greek alike. Shaking lends the froth to the frappe.
This recipe for a frozen terrine, called semifreddo, is an ideal dessert to make ahead and pull out, slice, and serve. A great ending to an outdoor meal.
Cookies filled with toasted hazelnuts are topped with a swirl of white chocolate ganache. These cookies are new twist on the classic thumbprint cookie.
If you like rich, chocolate, and decadent treats, then these fig bars, studded with chocolate chips and oatmeal streusel, will have you at first bite.
A buttery cocoa crust, a dense chocolate-raspberry filling, and a glossy chocolate topping. What chocolate brownie bar could make Christmas sweeter?
The Cobb salad, with romaine, turkey, bacon, avocado, and blue cheese, is turned into a burger, when Cobb ingredients are pile high on a turkey burger.
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