This classic steak au poivre has a distinct pepper crust and char that complements the beef without overwhelming the flavor. The creamy sauce, sweetened by brandy (or cognac) complements the peppery steak beautifully.
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This salmon fried rice is a great way to use leftover salmon. Using frozen vegetables keeps prep work to a minimum. Sriracha gives this quick stir-fry a nice touch of heat.
This vegetarian baked ziti features plenty of roasted veggies smothered in marinara, with melted mozzarella and creamy ricotta cheese throughout. We like cauliflower, zucchini and peppers, but you could swap in any of your favorite roasted vegetables in their place.
This classic Instant Pot roast beef features carrots, onions and potatoes in a rich and flavorful sauce that can be served over rice or whole-wheat egg noodles. If the roast is loose after trimming, tie it together with kitchen string so it holds its shape while it cooks.
Slow-cooker wings are a fuss-free way to prepare wings for game day. The wings are tender, and they brown nicely under the broiler. After broiling, they're tossed in the tangy, sweet sauce they're cooked in, with the remaining sauce served on the side for dipping.
These buttery, slightly sweet dinner rolls originated at Boston's Parker House hotel in the 1870s—thus the name "Parker House Rolls." We tweaked a few ingredients to make them healthier but just as snatch-the-last-one delicious as the classic version.
These easy, flavorful blackened salmon fillets feature lots of paprika and dried oregano, which give a deep red color and herbaceous flavor to the deeply seared crusts. Cayenne pepper adds a subtle heat that isn't overpowering. A squeeze of lemon juice adds acidity and balance to this ultra-quick blackened salmon recipe.