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Let's Cook Comfort Food

Let's Cook Comfort Food

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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

Simple Scalloped Potatoes: This basic version of scalloped potatoes has a chicken broth-milk sauce and a Gruyere topping. Use a mandoline for quick, even potato slices.

Simple Scalloped Potatoes : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

How to Make Apple Butter: Make this traditional and easy preserve by following these 5 steps.

Apple Butter 101 : Food Network

Ditch the box and try The Pioneer Woman's top-rated Macaroni and Cheese pronto.

Macaroni and Cheese : Ree Drummond : Food Network

Creamy Mac and Cheese + Jalapeño Poppers = Someone should've thought of this before

Creamy Jalapeno Popper Macaroni and Cheese — Meatless Monday | FN Dish – Food Network Blog

French Onion Soup makes a simple dinner that's comforting and easy on the wallet.

French Onion Soup : Melissa d'Arabian : Food Network

Chicken and Cheese Poutine: A Canadian fast food turns into dinner with rotisserie chicken and fries topped with a gravy dressing.

Chicken and Cheese Poutine : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Smoky Cola Jerky recipe from Food Network Kitchen via Food Network

Smoky Cola Jerky : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

How to Make Mashed Potatoes: There’s more than one “right” way to make this classic comfort food.

How to Make Mashed Potatoes : Food Network

Cheesy Sausage Breakfast Casserole: This breakfast casserole of bread, sausage and cheese is bound with custard, almost like a savory bread pudding. It can be made the night before so you won’t find yourself groggy and in need of caffeine, camped in front of a hot skillet. The next morning, remove it from the fridge to take the chill off. Grab a cup of coffee and pop it in the oven. By the time the table is set, the family is assembled and you’re ready for your second cup, breakfast is ready!

Pasta with Pecorino and Pepper: Ina Garten uses melted pecorino and heavy cream in this pasta dish for a rich meal that is stick-to-your-ribs good.

Pasta with Pecorino and Pepper Recipe : Ina Garten : Food Network

Chicken Enchiladas: These super-convenient enchiladas are all about layering. Start by pouring your favorite jarred salsa in the bottom of your baking dish. Line up your rolled tortillas before piling on more salsa and cheese.

Chicken Enchiladas Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Meatloaf Muffins with Barbecue Sauce: Rachael Ray revamps a comfort food classic with a fun presentation. The individual muffin-size portions cook faster in the oven than the traditional loaf — plus, they're the perfect size for kids.

Meatloaf Muffins with Barbecue Sauce Recipe : Rachael Ray : Food Network
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Comfort food doesn't always have to be about cheesy, creamy sauces. This Fried Rice recipe from Food Network Kitchen combines tender cubes of meat with egg and veggies that are cooked in peanut oil for a result that is satisfying and savory.

Fried Rice Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Sauteed Cabbage: With just four ingredients, Ina Garten's sauteed cabbage is an easy side dish for your St. Patrick's Day meal.

Sauteed Cabbage Recipe : Ina Garten : Food Network

Turn a chilly night into a chili night thanks to The Pioneer Woman's next-level dinner menu.

Feed Your Whole Crew with Ree's Chili-Night Menu | FN Dish – Food Network Blog

Beef Potpies With Cheddar-Stout Crust: The potpie filling and dough can be made a day ahead. Let the filling cool, then refrigerate and reheat before assembling.

Beef Potpies With Cheddar-Stout Crust Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Chicken Tortilla Casserole: The key to this hearty Mexican-inspired casserole is Trisha Yearwood's simple chicken-gravy base.

Chicken Tortilla Casserole Recipe : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

Eggplant Parm Soup: Jeff Mauro transforms a traditionally involved Italian dinner into a 20-minute recipe by reimagining each of the classic elements. His secret is starting with prepared tomato soup, which he tops with a layer of gooey mozzarella and cubes of golden-brown fried eggplant.

Damaris Phillips’ Fried Chicken Salad Sandwiches are crisp, rich and just a little bit spicy.

Your Weekender Recipe: Damaris' Fried Chicken Salad Sandwiches | FN Dish – Food Network Blog

Food Network Kitchen's 15-minute microwave Mac & Cheese: This from-scratch mac and cheese cooks in one bowl, and you don't have to boil the macaroni or cook the cheese sauce separately. Plus, it's ready in less than half an hour. A blend of American and Jack cheeses makes the sauce smooth and tangy.

Microwave Mac and Cheese Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Drool over The Pioneer Woman's top 5 potato recipes, starting with her Twice-Baked Potatoes.

The Pioneer Woman's Best 5 Potato Recipes | FN Dish – Food Network Blog
  • Farida Ferhat
    Farida Ferhat

    It's my favorite recipe too, I made it last Thursday for dinner, then my niece brought her high school friends home , I invited them to have a dinner with us , they tried this baked potatoes , they liked it , I asked them : did you like the food ? They said we had never tried lobster like that , they told my niece , your aunt made the best lobster, she was laughing then she told them "it's baked potatoes not lobster. Lol. Have a blessed St . Patrick's day everyone . Xoxo

Comfort Food Feast: Here are 6 gooey Grilled Cheeses you can’t live without.

6 Gooey Grilled Cheeses You Can't Live Without — Comfort Food Feast | FN Dish – Food Network Blog

Chicken Noodle Casserole: This casserole based on a favorite soup will satisfy any comfort food craving. Partially cooking the egg noodles allows them to soak up the flavorful sauce without becoming too soft.

Chicken Noodle Casserole Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Baby Potatoes with Creamy Goat Cheese and Fine Herbs: These bite-size potatoes make perfect hor d'oeuvres for get-togethers with friends and family. Using a spoon or melon baller, scoop out a little of each potato, making a "bowl" for the cheese.

Baby Potatoes with Creamy Goat Cheese and Fine Herbs Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network