In this sublime version of everyday chicken and rice, chicken legs are coated in chili powder and rice is cooked with sofrito -- an aromatic Spanish mixture of chopped onion, garlic and bell pepper. Then everything is baked together in a skillet so the delectable chicken juices flavor the rice.
This fish stew is simpler to make than it looks. The tomato-based stew features strips of serrano ham and chunks of halibut. To save on cook time, grate the fresh tomatoes so they'll cook down faster. Serve with store-bought mayonnaise spiked with a pinch of pimenton.
Try something new this year. Slivered almonds and sun-dried tomatoes add a delicious twist to this stuffing recipe that pairs perfectly with a moist roasted turkey.
Having friends over? This rack of lamb is a total show-stopper, but still super simple to prepare. If you've never grilled peaches before, you're going to love their smoky, caramelized flavor.
Sounds complicated, but it’s not…sounds delicious, and it is! In just 30 minutes you can impress them with these pan-sautéed filets, served with a savory dried cherry pan sauce and a sprinkle of blue cheese.