For an Italian favorite, try Tyler Florence's Chicken Marsala recipe, a flavorful meal of mushrooms, prosciutto and Marsala wine over tender chicken.
Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas
These protein-packed fajitas cleverly use a foil-lined baking sheet and broiler to make a quick and healthy weeknight meal with easy clean up.
Bundt Pan Spanakopita
Here's an easy kitchen hack for traditional Greek spinach and cheese pies. A Bundt pan gives you a break from filling and folding all those individual triangles -- and it turns a crispy appetizer into a showstopper that could pass as a main course.
Something very special happens in the oven while this twist on a southern classic bakes. The result is a rich and custardy center. Serve it with barbecue -- or as dessert with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of honey.
"The only way to cook cornbread correctly is in a cast-iron skillet that has been heated until it is screaming hot. I didn't make these rules, I just follow them!"
Ugly Tomato Sauce
Those overripe tomatoes may look as if they were forgotten in the sun, crushed by a milk carton, dropped on the kitchen floor -- or maybe, all three! But don't throw them out. Waste less and use those cracked, bruised beauties to make a sweeter, better-tasting sauce all at the same time.
Matambre with Chimichurri Sauce
This rolled flank steak, stuffed with piquant fillings and topped with garlicky chimichurri, is inspired by Argentinian matambre, which is usually fashioned from a cut of mature veal. It's no wonder that its name translates to "hunger killer." How could a great steak be more hearty than this one filled up with goodies?
Chicken Under a Brick
If you've ever roasted a chicken, then consider this chicken dinner 2.0 - you're sure to impress with just a little bit of extra work. The bones are removed from a small chicken to flatten it and help it cook evenly. It's then air-chilled overnight to ensure the skin gets golden and crispy. Cooking it doesn't take a ton of babysitting - just check it every once in a while and adjust your heat as necessary.
Chicken Parmesan Drumsticks
Here, chicken Parmesan is transformed into a one-pan meal you can eat out of hand. The drumsticks are oven-fried, then topped with marinara sauce and mozzarella and baked until the cheese is gooey.
Who needs meat? This unique twist on classic chicken-fried steak gives vegetarians an indulgent main course that will make even meat-eaters a little jealous.