Get dinner on the table in 30 minutes or less in "Southern Living: What's For Supper"
In eight chapters, this book gives quick recipes that will help home cooks on busy weeknights.
First there's The Supper Table: Simple, Quick-Fix Ideas for Salads, Beverages, Breads and Desserts with several different ideas for toppings and varieties for these staples foods.
Next there's Dinner's in the Pantry: Recipes Made with Pantry Staples in a variety of kid favorites like Skillet Lasagna, dishes for company like Creamy Tortellini Primavera, easy know by heart dishes like Pinto Beans Enchilada Stack and healthy dishes like Speedy Black Beans and Mexican Rice.
Don't Drive Through, Drive Home: Quick Favorites That Taste Better Than Fast Food offers kid favorites like Hamburger Steak with Sweet Onion-Mushroom Gravy, dishes for company like Pork Tenderloin Tacos with Radish-Avocado Salsa, easy know by heart dishes like Ham Steak with Orange Glaze and healthy dishes like Spring Chicken Cobb Salad.
No-Cook Suppers don't even need an oven with kid favorites like Roast Beef Subs, dishes for company like Tex-Mex Beef-and-Beans Chopped Salad, easy know by heart dishes like Spicy Roasted Red Bell Pepper Pimiento Cheese and healthy dishes like Veggie Rollups.
From no-cook to Slow Cooker, these recipes range from kid favorites like Creamy Slow-Cooker Chicken, dishes for company like Creole Chicken with Field Pea Succotash, easy know by heart dishes like Chicken-and-Spinach Lasagna and healthy dishes like Slow-Cooker Turkey Chili.
There's a chapter specifically for Picky Eaters, with dishes like Vegetable Melt, Lasagna Pizza Cups and Barbecued Pork Quesadillas.
Cooking for Two offers small batch dinners like Pasta with Zesty Pecan Sauce, Grilled Steak and Potatoes, Creamy Djion Lamb Chops and more.
End things with Weeknight Company with kid favorites like Pan-Fried Pork Chops with Roasted Green Beans and Pecans, company dishes like Cajun Steaks with Louisiana Slaw, know by heart dishes Fresh Tomato-and-Asparagus Gnocchi and healthy dishes like Mexican Brisket Salad.
There was a lot to choose from in this book. I made Cheesey BBQ Sloppy Joes, which is barbecue beef served on garlic bread with cheddar cheese.
I liked it, but the girls hated the diced tomatoes in it. However, they absolutely loved the Chicken Parmesan Pizza, which was pizza sauce, chicken tenders from the deli and cheese on garlic bread loaf. I really enjoyed it too.
For a great amount of variety for many different palates and occasions, check this cookbook out.
"Southern Living: What's For Supper" is published by Oxmoor House. It is $19.95.
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