Martha's Favorite Vinaigrette - Martha Stewart Recipes This classic salad dressing also makes a fine sauce for vegetables, such as steamed green beans, and main dishes, such as broiled chicken or fish.
Apricot-Basil Chicken Salad The crunchy chicken-apricot salad can go from a ladies' luncheon to your picnic basket. As an appetizer, try it on top of crackers or toasted bread. This recipe is from reader Darlene Rose Cook of Corvallis, Oregon.
In a sandwich or over lettuce, chicken salad is an excellent choice for a delicious meal, Shira uses yogurt instead of mayonnaise and adds fresh chopped tarragon and chives for additional layers of wonderful flavor.
You can mix and match the listed ingredients to create your own version of this salad. We used store-bought roasted turkey, but chicken also works well. A great way to use up leftover Thanksgiving turkey!
Classic Caesar Salad ~ Martha Stewart Crisp romaine, pepper-and-butter croutons, and grated Parmesan are tossed with traditional Caesar dressing that reminds us of recipe we were given while in Canada.
Succotash: First created by Native Americans, this savory dish of corn, peppers, zucchini, and lima beans is still a favorite in the U.
One-Pot Thai Turkey and Rice
One-Pot Thai Turkey and Rice | Martha Stewart - An easy skillet dinner that takes everyday ground turkey and rice to a flavorful new level with Thai accents of lime juice, garlic, ginger, and coconut milk. It's topped with a simple salad of basil, cilantro, and tomatoes for color and freshness. #thaifood #onepotmeals