This casserole is perfect for a simple family meal, but also hearty enough to serve guests.
Like tacos, only neater to eat, taquitos have plenty of kid appeal and make a quick and satisfying lunch or dinner.
This Latin American dish is less dense and more souffle-like than similar versions made in the American South, but still has a flavor that's sure to please a crowd.
Topped with mini biscuits instead of pastry crust and amply filled with a saucy mix of chicken and your family's favorite veggies, this potpie is sure to warm you up on a wintry evening. Just don't count on leftovers.
How do you give vegetables an extra dose of kid appeal? Start with bell peppers, fill them with seasoned beef and rice, and top them off with sauce and cheese.
A delicious and simplified version of a comfort-food classic.
A delicious meal to make ahead of time, and save for a day when you are short on time. Just pop it in the oven and in no time you have a homecooked meal.
Rich, hearty chili in a cornbread bowl -- a doubly delicious dish.
This skillet lasagna recipe is quick to assemble and even easier to disassemble and enjoy.
Made with crumbled bread and simmered in a rich tomato sauce, the meatballs in this dish are notably tender and flavorful -- delicious served with pasta or as a hearty sandwich filling.
These mini quesadillas are best enjoyed while they're still warm - which gives your child the chance to play party host, walking around with a serving tray of savory appetizers he helped make.
This spicy Mexican-style chili baked under a thin cornbread crust will have your family begging for more.
This delicious chicken dish has a sweet irresistible flavor.
Equally delicious as a taco filling or a topping for refried beans and rice, this dish features chayote, a pale green, pear-shaped fruit popular in many Latin American countries.
Make sure to include this meal at your next fiesta.
This Saturday-night treat is quick to cook. All you need for sides are buttered egg noodles and salad or green beans.
A great way to introduce kids to international food.
Feta cheese adds a Greek accent to easy wrap sandwiches that make delicious on-the-go lunches.
These wraps are a family slow cooker favorite.
Cracker chicken is great for a potluck because it can be served warm or at room temperature, and depending on the tastes of your crowd, you can use drumsticks or chicken breasts.
Tender beef and a sesame hoisin sauce make a winning combination.
This spicy chicken is delicious on its own, or with sauce.
This Tex-Mex dish rounds up all the fun and flavors of burritos in a delicious pie.
Meatballs that are baked not fried, giving a crispier taste.
This Asian-inspired recipe straight out of food editor Ken Haedrich's kitchen may be the perfect cookout finger food.
This easy Pad Thai recipe brings the savory flavors of Southeast Asia home to even the busiest American homes.
A sweet glaze of soy sauce, sake, and the Japanese cooking wine mirin coats these tender chunks of chicken. Thigh meat is preferable because it stands up better to high-heat grilling.
Teriyaki sauce lends the meat in this recipe a sweet yet savory flavor. It's also a key ingredient in the dressing for the Asian slaw.
Coated with a homemade shake and bake mix made from cornflakes and seasonings, this oven-baked chicken tastes as good as fried chicken (without the fat).
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Chicken and Biscuit Pie
Stuffed Bell Peppers
Cheesy Chicken Parmesan
Cheese-stuffed Meat Loaf
Chili Pie with Cornmeal Crust
Helen's One-Skillet Lasagna
Hearty Spaghetti and Meatballs
Chicken Barbecue Quesadillas
Apricot Chicken Drumsticks
Costa Rican Beef and Chayote
Soft Beef Tortillas
My Greek Gyro
Mu Shu Chicken Wraps
Buffalo Chicken Bites
Stacked Burrito Pie
Oven-Baked Meatballs with Quick Marinara Sauce
Coconut Chicken Wings
Shrimp & Chicken Pad Thai
Japanese Chicken Yakitori
Beef Kebabs with Grilled Asian Slaw
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