These quick breaded pork cutlets conjure the comforting
flavors and golden crust of that "shake-in-the-bag" stuff with
just a few wholesome ingredients. Cutting the pork into long
fillets make them quick-cooking.
Stirring salsa into versatile canned refried beans makes a
quick and healthy bean dip. It also works well as a sandwich
spread with your favorite vegetables and a sprinkle of
Extra-sharp Cheddar and buttermilk add a tangy punch to
these potatoes. And, yes, we may be a bit biased, but we prefer
Vermont Cheddar cheese.
Served with plenty of crusty bread and a green salad, this
is a perfect dish for brunch or a light supper. Roasting is an
excellent technique for ratatouille because the vegetables retain
a distinct texture, yet the flavors meld.
This is a one-skillet meal, reminiscent of diner fare at
roadside restaurants across the U.S. It can be made with either
leftover or raw potatoes.
Roasted apples and Cheddar cheese turn an ordinary mixed
green salad into something extra-special. You can use pears for
this recipe as well.
The toasted smoky flavors in this fast saute make it a warm
addition to any winter meal.
Nutty and slightly sweet sherry vinegar is a natural
partner for strawberries. This composed salad makes a cool
kickoff for dinner or a nutrition-packed lunch on its own.
Roasting brings out a caramelized complexity in the already
sweet peas. A scattering of crumbled blue cheese would make a
savory addition or substitution for the bacon.
The familiar blend of poultry, vegetables and pastry is a
comforting part of American food culture, but traditional
versions are not as nourishing as the cozy name implies. Our
enlightened potpie uses reduced-fat sour cream to...