Essentially an Italian rendition of chicken cordon bleu, chicken saltimbocca is simply cutlets, cheese, prosciutto, a lovely pan sauce and it’s on the table in 30 minutes.
Lasagna for breakfast? Well, why the heck not? Trisha Yearwood whips this up for a big breakfast but it makes a darn good dinner, too.
Mini food always makes a big statement. Tiny chicken burgers from Trisha Yearwood do just that–and they taste amazing, too.
Add this simple skillet mac and cheese, with its brilliant time-saving trick, to your dinner arsenal and you just might achieve superhero status with the kids.
This isn’t just an upgrade to French onion soup. This isn’t just roasted chicken. It’s an incredible combination of all the best parts of both, darling.
An easy combo of roasted beets and feta are drizzled with an incredible, caramelized dressing. Served warm, the flavors are even better.
With a container full of this cheesy dough, you can roll out crisp bread sticks at a moments notice–but don’t say we didn’t warn you!
The collision of French onion soup and mac and cheese–the stuff of dreams. It’s comfort food at its finest, just wait until you taste the topping.
A spectacular crust filled with sweet onions and nutty cheese. Sounds amazing, right? A riff on French onion soup in tart form.
Shredded beef and gooey cheese and a pretty mild sauce. Just 20 minutes in the oven, then compliments all around. Thanks, Homesick Texan.