Many days, we find ourselves asking that one familiar question...
this week's Cookbook of the Week has some delicious answers!
What's For Dinner? is filled with quick-fix recipes
that'll make mealtimes a snap!
Filled with MUCH more than just dinner, each chapter inside
has its own spin...let's take a look.
Can't-Miss Casseroles is filled with easy-to-assemble baked dishes while Savory Slow-Cooking is a collection of recipes you can start in the morning and they'll cook all day.
Meatless Mains are just that - filling and hearty without the need to defrost anything! They pair perfectly with our Very Veggie Sides & Salads. This chapter, along with Hot Off the Grill, make this book a favorite of ours for summertime cooking.
In Dinners for Two, you'll find scaled down recipes for when it's just the two of you...or just you! Tips for fixing less from your favorite recipes are included, as well as a few desserts that make just enough.
What comes after dinner? Dessert, of course! In the last chapter, Delightful Desserts, we've gathered a collection of sweet treats...many come together quickly from ingredients found in your pantry.
In addition to all the goodies in each of these chapters, you'll also find timesaving tips at the bottom of each page with an extra PAGE of tips in each, like the one below from Hot Off the Grill...click to view larger.
With Fathers' Day coming up in a few weeks, we thought this
recipe sounded just right for sharing. We hope your whole family
will enjoy it!
Dad’s Tangy Steak Supper
Shared with us by James Lynch of Redfield, Iowa. He writes, "Dad puts
all these ingredients in the slow cooker before we leave for our soccer
tournament. When we get home, there’s a wonderful, warm meal
waiting for us."
2 lbs. beef round steak, cut
into serving-size pieces
1/2 c. all-purpose flour
8-oz. bottle French salad
salt and pepper to taste
1 onion, chopped
1 green pepper, chopped
Optional: 8-oz. can pineapple
3 to 4 c. prepared rice
Roll steak in flour; brown in a skillet with 1/2 cup dressing. Add salt and pepper to taste; arrange in slow cooker. Add remaining dressing, onion, green pepper and pineapple if desired. Cover and heat on low setting for 8 to 10 hours or on high setting for 4 to 6 hours. Serve over prepared rice. Makes 6 servings.
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