West African chicken and peanut stew creates a world of flavor with everyday ingredients from your pantry.
Give beef brisket a sweet-and-sour tang with a gravy made from pomegranate molasses and mint. So unusual, and easy to cook in the crockpot. Leftovers make great sandwiches, too.
Get your slow cooker on for this rich brisket and black bean chili with the flavors of Mexican mole. Perfect with a hit of fresh lime and a topping of guacamole.
Toss leftover shredded turkey into this Tex-Mex soup with corn, beans, and chopped green chiles. It's a great make-ahead-and-freeze soup that comes together in minutes.
With just a cup of leftover mashed potatoes, you can make a brand new broccoli and cheddar quiche. A perfect way to use your Thanksgiving leftovers.
For the holiday table, yet easy enough for everyday, these Brussels sprouts sautéed in a pan dressing of maple syrup and grainy Dijon mustard are an easy wow.
This streamlined version of an easy Basque chicken recipe, with lots of onion, bell pepper and tomatoes, is a perfect make-ahead party dish that's easy enough for weeknight dinners.