10 Kitchen-Tested Recipes to Make Tonight

October 19, 2011

All recipes are not created equal, but these 10 will shine every time you make them.

Comte Onion TartBoston Cream PieStuffed Pork ChopsTennessee Whiskey CakeChicken with Maple StuffingChocolate Pots de CremeAngel BiscuitsCarrot GratinSteamed Salmon with Mustard GreensDried Cranberry Scones
We've all made a dry cake or a lackluster main dish, but our kitchen-tested recipes can help you avoid those culinary disasters.
Go ahead and make this savory onion and cheese filled tart several days ahead of time. It will keep well in the fridge until you're ready to chow down.

Recipe: Comte Onion Tart
Boston wouldn't lend its name to just any pie or cake. But when the city got a load of this recipe featuring two moist layers of white cake, a killer cream filling and a decadent chocolate glaze, they made it the official dessert of Massachusetts.

Recipe: Boston Cream Pie
If you are a carnivore-obsessed meat lover, this is your meal. We have filled bourbon glazed pork chops with a sausage stuffing for a truly hearty and unforgettable dish.

Recipe: Stuffed Pork Chops
Your liquor cabinet and pantry will become inseparable after teaming up on this moist cake made from baking staples and a splash of Jack Daniel's.

Recipe: Tennessee Whiskey Cake
Do you want a holiday flavored meal without baking an entire bird? Try our stuffing topped chicken breasts ideal for a weeknight or smaller setting.

Recipe: Chicken with Maple Stuffing
Individual servings make guests feel special, especially when they're ramekins filled to the brim with classic chocolate-drenched pots de creme.

Recipe: Chocolate Pots de Creme
Buttery biscuits and old-fashioned country ham are cornerstones of Southern cuisine. Combine the homey two for no-hassle bite-sized appetizers.

Recipe: Angel Biscuits
A big family supper demands veggies, and this rich and aromatic gratin delivers. Enjoy alongside roasted chicken and a crisp salad.

Recipe: Carrot Gratin
If you think salmon has to be complicated, think again. Our easy-peasy dish has just two steps and requires only 15 minutes of your time.

Recipe: Steamed Salmon with Mustard Greens
Tea-time without scones is like the queen without her royal hat. And considering you can make them from start to finish in 50 minutes, there is absolutely no excuse for scone-less sipping.

Recipe: Dried Cranberry Scones
We've all made a dry cake or a lackluster main dish, but our kitchen-tested recipes can help you avoid those culinary disasters.Go ahead and make this savory onion and cheese filled tart several days ahead of time. It will keep well in the fridge until you're ready to chow down.

Recipe: Comte Onion TartBoston wouldn't lend its name to just any pie or cake. But when the city got a load of this recipe featuring two moist layers of white cake, a killer cream filling and a decadent chocolate glaze, they made it the official dessert of Massachusetts.

Recipe: Boston Cream PieIf you are a carnivore-obsessed meat lover, this is your meal. We have filled bourbon glazed pork chops with a sausage stuffing for a truly hearty and unforgettable dish.

Recipe: Stuffed Pork ChopsYour liquor cabinet and pantry will become inseparable after teaming up on this moist cake made from baking staples and a splash of Jack Daniel's.

Recipe: Tennessee Whiskey CakeDo you want a holiday flavored meal without baking an entire bird? Try our stuffing topped chicken breasts ideal for a weeknight or smaller setting.

Recipe: Chicken with Maple StuffingIndividual servings make guests feel special, especially when they're ramekins filled to the brim with classic chocolate-drenched pots de creme.

Recipe: Chocolate Pots de CremeButtery biscuits and old-fashioned country ham are cornerstones of Southern cuisine. Combine the homey two for no-hassle bite-sized appetizers.

Recipe: Angel BiscuitsA big family supper demands veggies, and this rich and aromatic gratin delivers. Enjoy alongside roasted chicken and a crisp salad.

Recipe: Carrot GratinIf you think salmon has to be complicated, think again. Our easy-peasy dish has just two steps and requires only 15 minutes of your time.

Recipe: Steamed Salmon with Mustard GreensTea-time without scones is like the queen without her royal hat. And considering you can make them from start to finish in 50 minutes, there is absolutely no excuse for scone-less sipping.

Recipe: Dried Cranberry Scones
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