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Oven-Braised Swiss Steak

OvenBraised Swiss Steak Oven-Braised Swiss Steak is a delicious meal. The thin round steaks are smothered in beef broth and mushrooms, which gives the meat plenty of flavor. This Swiss steak recipe has a cooking time of two hours, so this is more of a Sunday dinner than a weeknight meal. If you have leftovers, though, you're set for lunch on Monday. Yay! Make sure to serve the steaks with mashed potatoes and a vegetable to make this meal complete.


16 Super Simple Meatball Recipes

16 Super Simple Meatball Recipes Meatballs are an excellent year-round dish that are great as a dinner dish, as well as a dish for a backyard barbecue or party. No matter what the occasion or season, these simple meatball recipes will be perfect for your next meal or party.


7 Easy Salisbury Steak Recipes

7 Easy Salisbury Steak Recipes Salisbury steak has been around since before 1900. Below, you'll find traditional recipes as well as easier ones that have been updated for today's busy home chefs in our collection of 7 Easy Salisbury Steak Recipes.


4-Ingredient Porcupine Meatballs

4Ingredient Porcupine Meatballs This recipe for meatballs couldn't be any simpler to make. These 4-Ingredient Porcupine Meatballs are made with ground beef, and the "porcupine" aspect comes from the rice-a-roni that's mixed in. Serve these fun meatballs with cheesy potatoes and perhaps a small salad to make a complete meal. Meatballs don't need to be paired with pasta anymore. Enjoy these meatballs during the week for a super fun dinner. It's great when dinner can be this easy!


What to do on Hot Summer Days: Eat Hot Dogs!

What to do on Hot Summer Days Eat Hot Dogs Ever wonder what to do on hot summer days? Celebrate National Hot Dog month and eat hot dogs! If you're looking for a great recipe for hot dogs, we've got 15 great ones to choose from.


Venison Stew with Red Wine and Bacon

Venison has a flavor similar to beef but is much leaner. Slow-cooking in a stew like this is one of the best ways to prepare venison.

Curried Meatballs

Not just another meatball recipe, this meatballs recipe is a great tasting, family favorite. You don't usually find water chestnuts in a meatballs recipe, but they do add amazing flavor that will make you come back scooping for seconds.

Braised Tongue with Tomato Sauce

Beef tongue is a traditional meat in many cultures and is something of an acquired taste. As a fatty piece of meat, beef tongue is full of flavor and adapts well to accompanying flavors.

Batter Dipped Fondue Meatballs

Love meatballs and fondue? Combine both food loves with this homemade meatball recipe. An interesting take on both fondue and meatballs, this recipe is delicious and only takes two minutes to make in a fondue pot, easily the fastest meatball recipe.

Traditional Haggis

Haggis is a traditional Scottish dish resembling a sausage. Lamb liver and other ingredients are stuffed inside of a sheep's stomach and boiled. Don't knock it till you try it!

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