Jazz up fried rice with a few simple, but unexpected, ingredients.
Stir fried noodles with beef and veggies gets dinner on the table in a flash.
Skip the boxed stuff and make spiced hamburger meat casserole from scratch.
Perfect the crispy crust of a traditional deep dish pizza by cooking it in a crock pot.
Dip crispy homemade zucchini chips in warm marinara sauce or cool tzatziki sauce for two different taste experiences.
These crispy potato and zucchini patties are the perfect one-bite appetizer to eat during the big game.
Turn french fries into nachos with melty cheese, spiced steak and a few tasty toppings.
Thanks to help from frozen ravioli, you can pull a skillet of toasty, bubbly lasagna from the oven in a little more than half an hour.
Serve grilled short ribs fresh spring onion salad, spicy sesame sauce and fluffy rice.
Smother crispy fried chicken wings in a sweet and spicy chili sauce.
Give macaroni and cheese an international twist with chopped Korean kimchi.
Curtis Stone makes hearty vegetarian ragù with charred veggies and homemade pici pasta.
Smother Tater Tots with spicy chili and melty cheese sauce for the ultimate game day indulgence.
Stuff tender, shredded pulled pork into warm tortillas for a creative and tasty football food mashup.
Make an easy pasta dinner the whole family will love using just one pot.
Make dinner fast, easy and flavorful with one-pot pasta with ricotta and spinach.
Use less cream to make rich fettuccine alfredo with this simple one-pot technique.
This recipe hits the spot when you’re craving pizza but don’t want all the carbs.
I love the addition of za’atar spice in this vegan pizza crust to give it a Mediterranean-style flavor.
Turn leftover chicken into zesty soup wit corn, rice and tomatoes.
Add fresh herbs and garlic to roast chicken for an easy flavor boost.
Serve up a comforting Italian dinner with Anthony Scotto's cheesy mushroom lasagna.
Impress dinner guests with Bobby Flay's easy homemade fruit crostata for dessert.
Bobby Flay makes Bolognese sauce without the meat by substituting roasted eggplant.
Make the most out of any barbecue leftovers with egg rolls stuffed with mac and cheese, plus smoky brisket.
Shorten the cook time on tender, smoky brisket by making it in a pressure cooker.
Serve up brisket-stuffed empanadas for a great game-day bite.
Bobby Flay adds shallots and sage to creamy potato gratin for an elevated classic.
Serve up deliciously decadent sliders with fancy sauce and homemade bacon jam.
Braise bratwurst in beer before grilling to infuse flavor and cut down on cooking time.
Serve perfectly poached eggs over crispy potatoes with Hollandaise sauce for a gluten-free Benedict breakfast.
Boil, smash and bake potatoes for a crispy, flavorful and easy-to-make side dish.
Under bake these cookies just a little for a perfectly chewy and gooey texture.
Make perfect roast chicken with crispy skin, juicy meat and lots of flavor for an easy and impressive dinner.
Store-bought pie crust and leftover ham make this quiche super quick and easy to prepare.
This one-pot beef stew with red wine, potatoes and pearl onions is sure to become your go-to autumn dinner.
Add sweet honey and tangy mustard to sautéed chicken and fluffy rice for a fast, fresh and flavorful dinner.
We gave this kid favorite a makeover that still hits all the flavor marks and is super easy for parents (and older kids) to make.
These parent-approved, oven-baked chicken tenders have all the flavor kids love, without the excess breading and fat.
Sunny puts her signature spin on chicken Parm with an unexpected ingredient.
Use your Bundt pan to make a savory Italian rice dish that's sure to impress.
Dip crispy fried cheese curds in spicy sriracha ketchup for the perfect flavor combo.