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Let's Cook Comfort Food

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Let's Cook Comfort Food

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Make it a soup-and-sandwich night. The Barefoot Contessa makes her tomato soup heartier with orzo pasta. Instead of a traditional grilled cheese on the side, she cuts her crispy sandwiches into 1-inch croutons.

Easy Tomato Soup & Grilled Cheese Croutons : Ina Garten : Food Network

Try a new take on the casserole--a standby one-dish dinner. This Beef and Cheddar Casserole combines hearty ground beef with cheddar and egg noodles.

Beef and Cheddar Casserole : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Alton's creamy Homemade Peanut Butter can keep in the fridge for two months.

Homemade Peanut Butter : Alton Brown : Food Network

Assemble this Spinach Lasagna with Mushroom Ragu a day ahead and refrigerate, then just bring it to room temperature 20 minutes before baking.

Spinach Lasagna With Mushroom Ragu : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Masa harina (instant corn flour), salt and butter are all you need to make the plump dumplings that make this Pork-Bean Chili with Corn Dumplings an extra-hearty dinner.

Pork-Bean Chili With Corn Dumplings : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Food Network Magazine's Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches allows the pork and all the drippings to cook for 8 hours before being served on buns with a schmear of barbecue sauce and topped with coleslaw.

Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Making homemade tomato sauce really allows you to control what goes into it. In this Cheesy Spinach Baked Penne, it's mixed up with chunks of mozzarella for extra bursts of gooey goodness, along with cottage cheese for all the satisfying qualities of ricotta with only a fraction of the fat and calories.

Chicken Parmesan Rollatini: Chicken Parmesan can be super high in calories and fat. Skip the fat but not the cheese or the crunch with this rolled, stuffed version. Serve it alongside creamy polenta.

Chicken Parmesan Rollatini : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Mashed Potato Skins: Rachael Ray amps up her mashed spuds with buttermilk and chopped turkey bacon. As she says, "If you eat well, you can eat more!"

Mashed Potato Skins : Rachael Ray : Food Network

Liven-up your snack options with Giada De Laurentiis' Popcorn with Herbs de Provence and Asiago Cheese.

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Hearty chicken soup spiced with curry powder and fresh herbs will satisfy your craving for something warm and comforting without contributing extra fat to your diet.

Curried Chicken and Rice Soup : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

You'll love having this roast chicken in your weeknight repertoire. One bird can supply you with a dinner, leftovers for sandwiches or salads and a carcass and bones (which you can freeze for up to a month) to make stock.

Simple Roast Chicken with Gravy : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Crisp Crab Cakes: Ellie Krieger relies on good-quality lump crab, not fillers, to make this cake shine. A panko breadcrumb crust keeps them moist inside and crisp on the outside.

Crisp Crab Cakes : Ellie Krieger : Food Network

Baked-not-fried mozzarella sticks are a fun crispy, oozy appetizer for the whole family — and one that has calcium goodness.

Crisp Mozzarella Sticks : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Cajun Mashed Potatoes: Doll up classic mashed potatoes with a homemade Cajun seasoning mix made of paprika, garlic powder and cayenne pepper.

Cajun Mashed Potatoes : Ree Drummond : Food Network

Smothered Pork Chops recipe from Tyler Florence via Food Network

Smothered Pork Chops : Tyler Florence : Food Network

Double Cheese Pita Pizzas from

Double Cheese Pita Pizzas : Recipes : Cooking Channel

Chiles Rellenos in Tomato Broth: Deep-fried poblano chiles are stuffed with Muenster cheese then set in a savory tomato broth.

Chiles Rellenos in Tomato Broth : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Mom's Chocolate Pudding: Try this recipe for a classic and satisfying childhood-favorite treat.

Mom's Chocolate Pudding : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network
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Freshen up your kitchen with the Reston Lloyd 3 Qt. Colander, available at the Food Network Store.

Reston Lloyd 3 Qt. Colander Orange

Risotto with Asparagus: Serve comforting risotto with this veggie for a satisfying spring dinner.

Risotto with Asparagus : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Refried Beans: Make your own refried beans with a can of pinto beans and a few flavorful ingredients.

Refried Beans : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Yellow Rice: Adding onions, bell peppers and ground annatto seed to long-grain rice means this side dish will have enough flavor to hold its own against black beans.

Yellow Rice : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Pasta e Fagioli: A mix of pasta shapes plus white beans, tomato paste, salt pork and pecorino cheese make up this comforting pasta e fagioli.

Pasta e Fagioli : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

The key to this Broccoli Gratin is all in the layering: Sprinkle sharp cheddar on top of crisp yet tender broccoli before pouring on a buttery sauce. A final layer of cheese and breadcrumbs is all it needs before baking. You'll know when it's finished when the gratin is bubbly and the breadcrumbs turn light brown.

Broccoli Gratin : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network