Moist golden chicken breasts are dressed up for the holidays in this special dish from field editor Rebecca Baird of Salt Lake City, Utah. Perched on a bed of sauteed spinach, the chicken is topped with a tangy cranberry, orange and pecan sauce.
Entrees don't get much easier than this main course from Sharen Clark. "My husband and I enjoy the recipe for holiday meals," says the Sunnyside, Washington reader. "It's perfect for the two of us since it doesn't result in a lot of leftover turkey."
"We created these quick vegetable patties to use up some of our garden bounty," relates Mary James from Port Orchard, Washington. "To suit your family's tastes, include more of the vegetables you like and leave out the ones you don't for a specialty sandwich that's all your own."
From Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, Martina Preston writes, "I never liked seafood until my husband urged me to try scallops, and now I love them. He says my breaded version is the best he's ever had." TIP: "I put them on a paper-towel-topped plate to soak up excess oil," Martina notes.
"This moist tender chicken with its crunchy nut coating and smooth sauce is one of my best recipes," raves Sharon Lebold of Bayfield, Ontario. "I sometimes cook it in my electric skillet because it easily holds all the chicken."
Mustard, honey and rosemary make a sensational marinade and sauce for these moist pork tenderloins from Kathy Kittell of Lenexa, Kansas. Whether prepared on the grill or in the oven, the recipe doesn't require much hands-on work.