Bacon alfredo spinach beer battered fish fillet sandwiches
A yummy fish sandwich, this 'Popeye' version as my kids have dubbed it is topped with crispy strips of bacon, fresh baby spinach leaves, and a creamy drizzle of Alfredo sauce all on a fresh ciabatta bun.
This navy bean soup is heartwarming comfort food at its best. It's my signature soup, and I make it for my family and friends. The bright red and green of the peppers and spinach give it a suitably seasonal look. —Barbara Shay, Pasadena, California
Warm maple dressing slightly wilts the spinach in this salad, giving it a delightful texture and flavor. Sally writes, “This is quick and easy to make, plus it's healthy and very tasty!” Sally Maloney - Dallas, Georgia
"This easy soup is so good, I had to send you the recipe to share it with as many people as possible," jots Melissa Griffin from Lansing, Michigan. Chock-full of pasta, beans and spinach, it makes a fresh-tasting and satisfying first course or a light meal in itself.
"Everyone loves the mild flavor and cheesy topping of this crowd-pleasing casserole," says LaVerne Schultz of Greenfield, Wisconsin. "I usually round out this hearty meal with a tossed salad or applesauce."
My family is from Greece, and I grew up on Greek food like casseroles, so I combined the two in this deliciously different main dish. I've served this to both family and friends, and it's a hit with everyone.
This hearty casserole is great for a family reunion or church supper. I've also made half the recipe for family gatherings. It's become a special favorite of my grandson-in-law and great-grandson, who often ask me to serve it when they're visiting. —Lois Lauppe, Lahoma, Oklahoma
I came up with this recipe using what I had on hand one day, and it remains a family favorite on these colder New England days. It's a fabulous was to use up leftover roast. In fact, it's so good you might want to plan to have leftovers the next time you make a roast. —Amy Leary, Burlington, Connecticut
With tender strips of steak and fresh colorful vegetables, this mouthwatering stir-fry sizzles with flavor! "My versatile entree can also be made with chicken breasts instead of beef," says LaVerne Heath of Fountain, North Carolina. "If you like zucchini or squash, toss some in. A bag of frozen vegetables can also be used."—LaVerne Heath, Fountain, North Carolina
Eggs are such a versatile ingredient. I go through dozens each month to use in desserts, but they're just as fabulous in breakfast, brunch or even dinner recipes like this delectable Spinach Bell Pepper Frittata. Spinach
My mother shared this recipe with me because of my passion for light dishes. Delicious and colorful, it is as pleasing to the eye as it is to the palate. It wins me compliments whenever I serve it. —Lisa Lorenzo of Willoughby, Ohio