Layers of tender shredded chicken, onions, bell peppers, creamy soup, diced tomatoes, green chiles, garlic, and chili are separated with flaky tortillas and sharp shredded Cheddar cheese. It is filling and oh-so-rich, so you will not need to spend time making a fancy Southern side dish. Try serving it with a simple garden green salad, or roasted broccoli, for an easy and delicious weeknight meal. This classic dessert is one of those sweet treats that you can whip together with minimal effort.
This staple cake comes together with only 6 ingredients that everyone keeps on hand; you can jazz it up to suit any occasion. The original recipe dates back to the s, and calls for a pound of flour, a pound of butter, a pound of sugar, and a pound of eggs. A lot of soft, dense, sweet, and absolutely perfect cake. Test Kitchen Tip: Sift the flour prior to adding to the mixing bowl for a smooth cake that will best absorb icing. These potatoes are perfect for all occasions, from weeknights to special occasions.
No potluck, church supper, or pot roast is complete without a bowl of steaming mashed potatoes, served with a large wooden spoon. Super flavorful and super easy. This delicious mac and cheese is light on butter and cheese, yet still melts in your mouth. We love this recipe so much that we asked for more like it!
Try one of our four flavor variations for a perfect twist on the traditional flavor, like pepper jack, sweet pea and prosciutto, pimiento, or ham and broccoli. We made it even heartier by adding roasted potatoes to the traditional mix of Andouille sausage, Cajun seasonings, and veggies. The key to any great gumbo all starts is all in the roux. This recipe calls for a caramel-colored roux, but some Southern chefs prefer to add a subtle burnt flavor to their gumbo pots by slow simmering the flour and oil until its deep, dark, and smooth like chocolate. Make sure you monitor the roux at all times — if you burn your roux, the whole gumbo will taste wrong.
Instead, use deli roasted chicken in place of skinned and boned chicken breasts. With a scoop of sugar, a dash of flour, plenty of eggs and a heavy serving of cream and butter, this fresh corn casserole comes together with fresh corn kernels. A perfectly Southern side for holiday potlucks and dinners like Thanksgiving and Christmas, this southern corn pudding also works great at summertime barbecues and Easter brunches. The result is an impressive Southern side dish that the entire party will love. We like to add chopped fresh chives to the top.
A creamy filling of vegetables and chicken covered by not one but two flaky crusts makes this double-crust chicken pot pie one of our best-ever chicken pot pies. This meal is appropriate for any occasion! I've made this for friends and family and they we very impressed and pleased. A warm bowl of chicken and dumpling soup can turn around even the rainiest day.
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Handmade dumplings come together with just a few ingredients, and add rustic flavor to the deliciously creamy dish. Boiling and cooking the chicken at home saves cost and creates a rich broth that you can only get from scratch, but adds time. This traditional pecan pie recipe is versatile and delicious. For a rich, holiday flavor, try using dark corn syrup. For a lighter and clearer pie, use light corn syrup. Both variations received high marks in our Test Kitchen. Our favorite part about Shrimp and Grits that it is so quintessentially Southern that it works for any meal — breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or even as a midnight snack.
Nobody ever turns down buttery, rich Shrimp and Grits. Packed with crispy bacon, buttery shrimp, fresh mushrooms, chopped green onions, garlic, lemon juice, and cheese, this dish is as impressive as it is delicious. Great for summer, fall, and every season, this sweet cobbler suits any occasion.
Covered in a golden-brown, latticed crust made easy from refrigerated piecrusts, the filling is where the real flavor lies. Gooey, sugar-covered peaches envelope crunchy local pecans. Test Kitchen Tip: Make sure that you take the extra minutes to toast your pecans. Toasted pecans have a much more delicate flavor and crispy texture than their raw counterparts, which often taste waxy.
Serve this classic Southern dessert with a dollop of sweetened whipped cream for a dessert that everyone will love. On a fall day, a hearty chili hits the spot. This Southern spin on a classic Tex-Mex dish is the perfect combination of spice and soul-warming comfort food. This hearty beef chili features boneless chuck roast and a medley of traditional chili seasonings, like cumin, paprika, onion powder, garlic, and red pepper. A dash of oregano makes this Southern beef chili anything but ordinary. Serve with Skillet Cornbread for a complete meal. This easy slow-cooker recipe comes together with minimal preparation.
Overloaded with boneless pork shoulder, new potatoes, onions, lima beans, and corn, this stew will satisfy your entire family. Rich flavors of barbecue sauce and brown sugar simmer together in this easy-to-prepare slow cooker soup. For extremely tender meat that's easy to shred, try cooking on low heat for a long time. Although it produces a quicker meal, high heat yields a less tender product. This classic Southern comfort dish has that savory, melt-in-your-mouth taste that every Southern chef seeks.
Serve with green beans, mashed potatoes, and plenty of gravy. If you love store-bought cinnamon rolls made from a can, then you have got to make the homemade version — you will jump for joy after tasting how much better the homemade version is.
Our homemade cinnamon rolls have all of our favorite Southern ingredients, like pecans, brown sugar, milk, and cinnamon. The homemade dough mixture rises to fluffy, golden-brown perfection; topped with cream cheese icing, these cinnamon rolls are literally heaven in a pastry. This family-friendly casserole dish takes less than one hour to make, and provides a filling one-dish meal.
With plenty of butter, a rich sauce thickened with flour, milk, white wine, and chicken bouillon, this classic Chicken Tetrazzini is pure comfort food. Folded in Parmesan cheese provides an even richer element of flavor. Older, drier Parmesan will add a richer, nuttier, more sophisticated flavor; lower-quality Parmesan provides the same cheesy texture without such a strong flavor. Test Kitchen Tip: This recipe freezes beautifully. Pile on your favorite baked potato toppings, like cheddar cheese, cooked and crumbled bacon, sliced green onions, and a dollop of sour cream.
Rich mashed potatoes serve as the base for this creamy baked potato soup. Flavored with onion, butter, ground white pepper, and milk, this heart-warming comfort soup comes together in less than an hour. Make a big pot, and freeze the rest for an easy weeknight meal. To complete the meal, serve this baked potato soup with a roll for dipping, like our easy Yeast Roll. Fresh strawberries, sugar, almond extract, and whipping cream tucked between two slices of homemade shortcake biscuits — these are the elements that compose this easy take on a deliciously sweet strawberry shortcake.
If the berries are very sweet, decrease the sugar to suit your taste. This Southern meatloaf recipe features Creole and Greek seasonings and a hint of garlic. A few tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce spice up the traditional ketchup topping. I served carrots and broccoli as a side along with mashed potatoes. My daughter, very picky eater, loved it.
I did add a little bit of brown sugar to the sauce on top to reduce the tartness of the tomato sauce. Any way you serve it — warm, cold, with ice cream, or with a dollop of whipped cream — pecan pie is always a favorite, and this recipe proves it's best made in a cast iron skillet. The ultimate side dish for any hearty Southern meal, cornbread is great slathered in butter or used for sopping up stews. This classic yet easy comfort food recipe comes together with savory irresistible bacon drippings, creamy buttermilk, white cornmeal, and a dash of salt.
Like all great Southern breads, it comes from the oven in a steaming cast-iron skillet. Pork and Apples are an age-old favorite combination, as are pork and apples.
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This dish gets plenty of flavors from paprika, thyme, salt, pepper, sage, onions, bacon, and even your favorite lager beer. Plus, it is ready in just less than one hour. Overflowing with cabbage, this tender pork dish will warm you heart and soothe your Southern soul in such a way that only pork can. With chopped onions, plenty of garlic, tender carrots, hearty potatoes, and, of course, slow-roasted beef that falls apart when your fork hits it, this recipe for classic beef roast shows you just how mom used to make it so darn good.
Marinate the beef in a bottled dark beer seasoned with savory spices for at least 8 hours before searing it in your large, heavy-duty roasting pan. You can also replace the beer with Cola for a classic Cola Pot Roast. Tall layers of ricotta cheese, parmesan cheese, ground beef, and pasta will seriously satisfy your casserole cravings.
Seasoned with basil, garlic, oregano, Italian seasoning, and fresh parsley, this lasagna is anything but bland. Plus, any leftovers for lunch the following day are always welcome. Tip: Make this lasagna bake for a crowd by doubling the recipe and making ahead of time.
Prep steps one through four, cover, and freeze. Uncover and bake 10 to 15 more minutes or until bubbly. And after trying this classic, rich, and moist Carrot Cake recipe, we think there will be only one type of person in this world. Truly our best-ever Carrot cake recipe, make this classic favorite for a crowd and you might not have any leftovers to bring home.
Made with grated carrots, pieces of Granny Smith apple, and sweetened coconut, the resulting cake layers are moist, sweet, and soft. It's important to cool the cakes completely before frosting, otherwise the frosting will just melt right off. To expedite the cooling process, you can put the cakes on their wire racks in the freezer don't worry, it's not cheating , checking until they're thoroughly cool.
Crispy fried in a coating of flour, Cajun seasoning, garlic powder, pepper, and buttermilk, these fried pork chops are ready in minutes for a quick, flavorful meal that even the pickiest of eaters will love. With a gravy that comes together from the flavor-packed pan drippings, this classic Southern dinner is well worth working into your weekly menu.
To make this dish like a Southern grandmother, cook it in a cast iron skillet. For variation, feel free to substitute the pork chops for chicken breasts or cube steak.
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Serve with a light green vegetable, like crispy green beans. Although you will want to let the fillets soak up the lemon marinate for at least an hour, this comfort food classic recipe does not require that much hands-on time. In under 10 minutes over the stove top, you will have enough crispy catfish fillets to feed a group of hungry fishermen. You simply cannot go wrong with this eggs, cheese, and grits combination. It comes together with ingredients that all Southerners have on hand — milk, butter, grits, eggs, and cheese. This creamy grits casserole can be served as is for a casual morning breakfast or as a main dish.
Add a sprinkle of crumbled breakfast sausage or diced baked ham for added bulk. Serve it on the side of a main meat, such as shrimp or brisket for a classic, rich, and comforting Southern supper. One online reviewer claims that this Praline-Pecan French Toast recipe is, "sinfully delicious. For more substance, add potatoes. Serve it with crusty bread or over rice to capture every drop of the rich gravy. These butterfly shrimp are an ultimate fried seafood staple that come together in under one hour.
Make your own by mixing mayonnaise, green onions, fresh parsley, creole mustard, lemon zest, garlic, and red pepper. Serve along with a crispy salad of light lettuce. Leave the tails on for an appetizer platter, as pictured, so guests will have something by which they can pick the shrimp up. Extra bananas keep it moist, sweet, and flavorful. Eat it warm or cold, plain, or with a spoonful of cream cheese. Make two batches, and deliver one to a neighbor for a Southern showing of comfort and hospitality that only a fresh-baked loaf of banana bread can bring. Richly made from whipping cream, fish bouillon cubes, a generous helping of butter, and thickened with white flour, this soup impresses company in flavor, texture, and presentation.
For a restaurant-level finishing touch, serve this soup in individual bowls with a splash of sherry spooned into each individual serving vessel. Garnish with chopped parsley and offer plenty of buttery, flakey crackers for dipping. Summer squash casserole is the most versatile Southern side dish. It pairs well with everything from fried chicken at a summertime Sunday lunch to roast turkey at Thanksgiving. This old-fashioned pie typically has two distinctive ingredients, cornmeal and vinegar, plus other on-hand ingredients such as sugar, flour, eggs, milk and vanilla.
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This version is made easy with the use of refrigerated piecrusts. The topic is subject to much folklore. One theory is that the original Chess Pie contained cheese, but over the years, cheese disappeared from the recipe. But our favorite explanation is straight from a storybook: a cook was asked what she was baking that smelled so great. Fresh and crispy green beans, reduced fat milk, nonfat buttermilk, and tangy ranch dressing seasoning mix give this Southern casserole a rich yet nonfattening flavor.
Bulked up with flavors of thyme, salt, pepper, fried onions, panko, and plum tomatoes, this green bean casserole is perfect for a hearty and healthy comfort dish — and we admit, healthy and low-calorie dishes are hard to come by in Southern comfort food. The best part: it's under calories per serving! Serve it alongside your favorite grilled meat, bring it to the family potluck, or eat is as your main dish.
For lovers of tried-and-true classics, whip up a catch of these all-time favorite chocolate chip cookies. Although there are a lot of chocolate chip cookie recipes out there, this one stands above the rest in texture, flavor, and sweetness. Craving something a little more unique? With the classic Cajun trifecta — onions, green bell peppers, and celery — this gumbo gets a kick from spicy garlic, Cajun seasoning, and smoky Andouille sausage. This easy Cajun chicken gumbo calls for a flavorful roux made by cooking flour in hot oil.
My husband loved it. It made quite a big amount, so we had leftovers several times and he did not complain a bit. On the one hand, the cloud-like poached egg and creamy, hollandaise sauce pulls your heart and stomach towards eggs benedict.
On the other, waffles. This classic Southern comfort breakfast recipe offers the best of both benedict and batter worlds. Homemade waffles are mixed together using easy store bought baking mix, rich buttermilk, and a handful of yummy Parmesan cheese, and topped with the better half of eggs benedict. Use a hollandaise sauce mix for easy preparation, and top with thin, gourmet prosciutto slices. For a simple Southern substitute, use country ham instead of prosciutto.
Spices like ground red pepper, garlic powder, and salt bring out the naturally salty flavors from the catfish in a deliciously spicy batter. A mixture of yellow cornmeal and flour provide the ultimate crispy crust on your fried catfish filets. This recipe is easy and delicious. What better way to celebrate a cooler full of fresh-caught catfish? I serve it every holiday and everyone loves it. A southern fried chicken recipe is a must have for every household.
My recipe is simple and it results in a crispy and tasty chicken. Cabbage is a great side dish with chicken and fish. It's simple to make and has great flavor. What's better than mac and cheese? Lobster mac and cheese. This recipe is made with lobster and three flavorful cheeses. For a special occasion dish try this recipe. Another holiday favor is candied yams. This recipe is super easy. I hope you give it a try.
Have you ever wondered how restaurants get their chicken so crispy? This recipe will show you how. Try this crispy honey chicken recipe you will absolutely love it. For the moistest red velvet cake this recipe is it. This cake is simply delicious and the cream cheese frosting, made with two different types of cream cheeses, is light and airy. This collard greens recipe is made with smoked turkey legs to give it wonderful flavor. They will melt in your mouth. Try my chicken enchiladas with green sauce recipe. It's easy to make and the whole family will love it. This is the best chili recipe hands down!
The secret is in the simmering. Watch the video recipe to see how I made this tasty dish. No soul food menu would be complete without chicken and waffles. This recipe is made with buttermilk battered fried chicken and homemade waffles from scratch. For an easy and delicious side dish try this macaroni salad recipe.
It has a light yet flavorful taste that everyone will love. This garlic shrimp recipe taste great and is so easy to make. It requires only a few ingredients and take little time to make. Give it a try. This Cucumber Tomato Avocado Salad is one of my personal favors. It's colorful, light and healthy. Made with fresh ingredients it will be a hit at any summer dinner. For a flavorful chicken with a little kick, you must try this jerk chicken recipe.