Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

Recipes

In this dish, pork tenderloin is served with sweet grilled pineapple and tender plantains. Simply add a green salad and steamed brown rice to make a complete lunch or dinner.

Easy and flavorful, this is simply a one-skillet beef and couscous mix spooned onto leaves of crisp iceberg lettuce with crunchy veggies and fresh, fragrant mint. For brighter flavor, serve with lime wedges to squeeze over the top.

In this recipe for a satisfying fall and winter stew, the parsley, thyme and bay leaves are tied into a bundle for easy removal from the pot later. Use this same method to flavor stocks and soups, too.

You don't need special equipment to create this fabulous sandwich. Just follow our simple directions then serve hot with our 365 Everyday Value™ Home-style Potato Chips and your favorite summer salad.

This is a tasty way to use the last of the cranberry sauce. Perfect with a simple spinach and mushroom salad alongside. If you prefer a cold sandwich, simply skip the step of baking these under the broiler.

The mildly sweet flavor of wakame, which is a good source of dietary fiber and potassium, combines with mushrooms and crunchy broccoli in this Asian inspired medley. After being soaked then sautéed, the wakame becomes silky with a hint of chewiness.

Lettuce and chicken cozy up in this easy meal that's short on prep, big on wow.

Pineapple off the grill has a concentrated sweetness, here complemented with tangy balsamic vinegar, mellow honey and gentle warmth from Chinese five-spice powder.

Covered in sesame and poppy seeds and savory with dried onions and garlic, this roasted nut mixture is tasty eaten out of hand, or finely chop it to use as a topping for salads or on snacks like buttered toast. This mix makes a great gift from the kitchen.

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An easy-to-throw-together, affordable stew that feeds a crowd. Top bowlfuls of this beefy tomato and corn stew with dollops of sour cream and spoonfuls of your favorite salsa. 

If needed, substitute 1 teaspoon dried parsley and 3/4 teaspoon dried thyme for the fresh herbs and the flavor will still be fantastic.

The quinoa in this recipe gets baked in the oven so it doesn't need to be precooked. Instead, it settles into the bottom of the pan and creates a moist crust. Quinoa is a super grain—it contains all 8 essential amino acids—making it a complete protein.

Spice up an ordinary fajita menu with this marinated steak or serve it with grilled pineapple, bell peppers and flatbread, with a little yogurt to cool the heat. Consider wearing thin rubber gloves when you seed the pepper, then wash your hands well.

Serve this sweet and custardy breakfast bake for breakfast or brunch. It's assembled the night before, so pulling together a delicious breakfast for guests is a snap.

These nutritious and delicious silver dollar pancakes are a great way to get your oatmeal. With only five ingredients, most of which are pantry staples, they're simple to make any day of the week.

Garnish this delicious combination of summer vegetables and Italian sausage with sprigs of fresh basil and lemon wedges to squeeze over the top, if you like.

Chicken sausages make a great addition to any cookout, especially when paired with this crisp, Mexican-inspired slaw.

Kasha, also known as buckwheat groats, pairs with lentils in this lively salad that perfect for picnics or easy weekday lunches.

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