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.
An unusual beef, vegetable and apricot stew that combines warm spices with lemon and cilantro for a bright, exotic flavor profile.
Don't wait for Mardi Gras to enjoy a pot of red beans and rice. Add shrimp, or leave it out for a vegetarian main dish.
Don't let the cold weather stop you! Use a panini press, stovetop grill pan or your broiler to make this easy grilled curry chicken. You'll love the leftovers in chicken salad.
Make this hearty chicken barley soup in a pressure cooker or on the stovetop. It freezes well, so you can have some on hand for quick lunches after a day of snow shoveling.
Use your favorite green salsa, hot or mild, in this salsa verde turkey rice bowl. Top it with your favorite cheese, an avocado, or even some sour cream. It's a one-bowl meal!
Make this French-style beef stew ahead of time; like most stews, it's great on the day you make it, but it tastes even better the second day.