Chicken Kiev is a classic of Eastern European cuisine and 1960s haute cuisine: a tender chicken breast stuffed with herbaceous butter. Chicken Kiev Casserole captures the savoriness and richness of the classic dish without all the hassle. Every bite is creamy, aromatic, meaty, and with a satisfying crunch thanks to a hearty bread crumb topping. Chicken Kiev Casserole mixes home cooking and high cuisine for ultimate delectability.
In the annals of skillet desserts, few can match the luscious delectability of the Peach Betty. Sweet, floral, and jammy caramelized peaches are baked with a crumbly, cinnamon-infused topping that will delight anyone who takes even the smallest of bites. Served alongside creamy vanilla ice cream, Peach Betty is a rich and fruity treat that only takes 45 minutes to bake up! This is a Southern sensation you'll become obsessed with snacking on and sharing!
The secret to the Fluffiest Scrambled Eggs is simplicity. All it takes is a gentle touch and low heat and you have the creamiest, most ethereal eggs you could ever dream of! No matter how hectic the morning, you can whip up the Fluffiest Scrambled Eggs ever without skipping a beat. These eggs guarantee that you'll truly have a good morning!
This coffee cake may be from Chicago, but you can enjoy it anywhere! The moist golden cake is extra rich from the cream cheese, perfect for the classic streusel topping. That topping is the real star of the show: crunchy, cinnamon-flavored, buttery, and sweet. You might be tempted to eat the streusel all on its own. Chicago Coffee Cake takes less than an hour to make, so you can have a gorgeous cake ready for tea time or dinner.
Once you see how much cream, cheese, and butter is in this Million Dollar Spaghetti, you’ll know why it’s so beloved. The sauces blend and bubble deliciously in the oven, and the chicken provides some healthy protein. The result is an ooey-gooey scoop of all the good things in the world. Enjoy Million Dollar Spaghetti with a green salad and garlic bread.
The secret to Secret Baked Chicken is just how simple it actually is even as it explodes with flavor. The chicken is brined to ensure its juiciness and savoriness and then coated in garlicky, smoky, and warm spices. Secret Baked Chicken only takes 35 minutes to make, so the other secret is that it can be made in a hurry even though it tastes like a slow-cooked masterpiece! You may want to keep this secret to yourself!
Lazy Chicken Divan changes the casserole game in the most delicious way possible! In just 35 minutes, you get the classic chicken and broccoli combination without the fuss or frenzy in making it. Instead, this juicy chicken, creamy and tangy sauce, and garden-fresh broccoli basically make itself with only 5 minutes of prep time. Lazy Chicken Divan is for nights when you just want to rest but still want a hearty and wonderful meal.
New Orleans Chicken Pasta is a jazzy take on a weeknight pasta dinner! The tender bow tie pasta is saturated in a creamy, spicy, and vibrantly seasoned sauce that you'll be mopping up until your plate is clean. With sautéed, bright, and hearty vegetables mixed in and topped with cheesy, crunchy, and savory chicken, New Orleans Chicken Pasta shows off the fantastically fun flavors of Cajun cooking. Weeknights have never felt so exciting!
The best way to conclude a meal of burritos, tacos, or fajitas is with Dessert Enchiladas! Filled with jammy, cinnamon-infused apples and covered in a smoky-sweet and rich brown sugar sauce, Dessert Enchiladas are a dessert that will have you licking your fingers. They cook just like traditional enchiladas and are ready in just over half an hour, so you can have them ready for your Taco Tuesday in a snap. Don't worry about leftovers, there won't be any!
Stuffed Pork Tenderloin looks and tastes like it just came from a restaurant kitchen! Each slice is a spiral of juicy, savory pork with a mushroom, bacon, and herb filling that accents and elevates the meat. Every bite is fanciful and filling, and you won't want to miss a morsel of it. Stuffed Pork Tenderloin is amazing on its own or with a side of roast potatoes or leafy greens.