Rachael Ray's Book of 10: More Than 300 Recipes to Cook Every Day by Rachael Ray

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  • Pasta with broccoli and sausage with a ricotta surprise

    • Cheri on September 26, 2010

      Added 1 fennel bulb chopped to sausage saute. Added butter, parmesan and ricotta mixture to hot pasta and then broccoli and sausage mixture. This was pretty good, but lemoney. Unusual.

  • Lemon and brown butter fish fillets with seared red and yellow grape tomatoes

    • Cheri on April 04, 2011

      Very Good! Easy, quick. Substituted halibut and heriloom cherry tomatoes. Pretty. Best if finished in the oven. Added some parmesan and fresh bread crumbs to the flour for interest and texture. Served with steamed asparagus & bread.

  • Italian-style garlic shrimp with cherry tomatoes and thin spaghetti

    • Cheri on April 21, 2011

      This was really quite good. Started with sauteing the tomatoes and garlic in olive oil, then once broken down, added lemon seasoned shrimp and herbs and vermouth. Turned heat off. Dressed pasta. Yummy. Skipped the scallions.

  • Not-sagna pasta toss

    • Emily Hope on November 15, 2019

      This is super easy to put together, and the family (especially the 7 year old) loves it. Falls into the category of family/crowd pleasers rather than fancy, but I certainly need those! I do change some things -- use half ground beef and half mild italian sausage, omit the Worcestershire and the allspice as well as the beef broth, since I prefer that flavor profile. Serve it with egg noodles, and the last time I subbed creme fraiche for half the ricotta, which worked well. For a 12 ounce package of dried egg pasta, I don't end up using all of the sauce. I also double the sauce recipe and put half in the freezer for an essentially instant meal later. Good with a steamed green vegetable like broccoli.

  • Green and white lightning chunky chicken chili

    • averythingcooks on April 15, 2021

      I came here with a jar of tomatillo salsa lingering on the fridge door. There is a lot of cumin & so an early taste seemed very one note. At that point, I began digging around my pantry/fridge/freezer for more add-ins like black beans, corn, roasted red peppers, a smoky red BBQ rub and pickled jalapeño brine. I’m happy to say that the original recipe really was the inspiration that “triggered” a great “chicken chili” bowl for 2.

  • Balsamic chicken with white beans and wilted spinach

    • averythingcooks on February 03, 2021

      I came here for the bean & spinach recipe to serve beside some BBQ'd pork and coleslaw. I scaled it back a bit to use 1 cup of cooked beans (from the freezer) and proceeded as directed but I did add a chopped tomato to the pan. I do think that fresh thyme would be a better choice than the dried called for but otherwise this is a great little side dish that was quick to make, made the perfect amount for the 2 of us and which made good use of my pantry & some fresh baby spinach. I would repeat this "lemony garlicky beany mix" for sure.

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  • ISBN 10 0307383202
  • ISBN 13 9780307383204
  • Linked ISBNs
  • Published Nov 03 2009
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 400
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Clarkson N Potter Publishers
  • Imprint Clarkson N Potter Publishers

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Rachael’s top 10 lists of 30-minute meals

For more than a decade, Rachael Ray has wowed you with her flavorful dishes on TV. And she has written one incredible collection after collection of delicious 30-minute meals. Her latest cookbook includes her most-requested recipes from fans like you and her family faves. Rachael Ray’s Book of 10 is jam-packed with thirty top 10 lists of recipes in all your favorite categories. Leave it to Rachael to make a book that is easy to use and fun, too!

There’s a chapter on Burgers with 10 Figure-Friendly Faves, 10 of John’s Faves, and 10 Gut-Busters. She has lists of Date Night/Fake Outs for you and your special someone, Seafood for a Steal, and Potluck Picks. You will find a list of 10 for whatever you are making for dinner—Family Faves, Great Rollovers, Kids’ Picks, and many more. There are even 10 variations on Surf ‘n’ Turf! Looking to show off? Try Spinach-Stuffed Steaks with Sautéed Cremini Mushrooms. How about a veggie sammie? Rachael includes Grilled Eggplant Roll-Ups and Mushroom Veggie Sloppy Sandwiches. What’s great for the grill? Baby Lamb Chops with Artichoke and Tarragon Dip or try a Grilled Flank Steak Sandwich with Blue Cheese Vinaigrette–Dressed Arugula and Pears. Rachael has a recipe for you for every simple dinner, family meal, and special occasion. There are endless ideas here for what to put on the table.

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