This braised beef short rib recipe features short ribs cooked in a savory sauce made with beef broth that is spiked with red wine, tomatoes, chopped vegetables and herbs. The result is melt-in-your-mouth ribs that are loaded with great flavor.
It's easy to make steakhouse-style steaks at home with a good cut of meat and this foolproof recipe.
This tasty stir-fry allows the flavor and texture of fresh vegetables to shine through, especially when glazed with a savory sauce featuring hints of soy sauce, ginger and garlic.
Chicken broth adds a savory note to this perfectly balanced sauce of sweet maple syrup and piquant Dijon mustard that is served with sautéed chicken breasts.
You will get all the flavors of the Mediterranean in this dish featuring pan-seared chicken breasts in a sauce made with sun-dried tomatoes, chicken stock, garlic and lemon.
Served over hot noodles, this mouthwatering dish features tender beef, carrots and mushrooms that simmer in a flavorful mixture of beef broth and red wine.
Beef stock, dry red wine, shallots and mustard combine to make a sophisticated sauce that enhances the flavor of peppercorn-seasoned tenderloin steaks.
A classic Carbonara recipe gets a lightened-up twist by using butternut squash noodles instead of spaghetti. Starting with Prego Alfredo Sauce, then adding bacon and onion, makes it easy to create a classic Carbonara flavor profile. Lemon and sage add a unique flavor twist that pairs perfectly with the butternut squash noodles for an easy dinner that is not only delicious but also a good source of fiber and provides a full serving of veggies.
Sounds complicated, but it's not…sounds delicious, and it is! In just 30 minutes you can impress them with these pan-sautéed filets, served with a dried cherry pan sauce and a sprinkle of gorgonzola cheese.
Sautéed golden squash, sweet apple and onion simmer in chicken broth before being pureed to make a smooth and luscious soup that's loaded with incredible flavor. Using an immersion blender makes pureeing this soup easy. The prepared soup freezes and reheats beautifully, so you can even make it ahead and reheat just before serving, saving you time. See Recipe Tips to learn how.