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You don’t have to roast an entire ham to have an impressive Easter dinner. Try something new and exciting this year. Who knows? Maybe one of these recipes will become a new family tradition!
This is my favorite chicken tagine, the traditional Moroccan dish of chicken pieces braised with spices, garlic, onion, olives, and preserved lemons. It’s festive and company-worthy, yet you don’t have to spend all day in the kitchen.
Made from fresh salmon and dill, these are as elegant as crab cakes but so much more affordable to make. Bonus for entertaining: they can be made entirely ahead of time and reheated.
This show-stopping beef tenderloin with a deeply flavored red wine sauce is delicious and deceptively simple. The sauce can be prepared mostly ahead of time so there’s very little fussing at the last minute.
This rolled turkey breast with sausage stuffing is so much more flavorful than your typical roast turkey and cooks in just 1-1/4 hours. It can be made entirely ahead of time and is a cinch to carve.
This wonderful salmon dish takes a total of 20 minutes — 10 minutes to prepare and 10 minutes to bake — yet tastes like something you’d order at a fancy restaurant.
With smoky bacon, nutty Gruyère and shallots, classic quiche Lorraine is ideal for brunch, lunch, or dinner. Serve it with a green salad, warm bread, and a crisp white wine.
This slow-roasted salmon with a fresh herb salsa is wonderful at room temperature, making it perfect for a holiday buffet.
This Moroccan-style brisket is so abundant and impressive looking, you can keep the sides super simple. Some couscous and a green vegetable and your holiday dinner is done!
Similar in taste to beef bourguignon, these red wine braised short ribs make a special holiday dish. The sauce is plenty, making it delicious over egg noodles or creamy polenta.
Brimming with fresh seafood in a tomato and wine broth that tastes like the sea, cioppino is a delicious Italian-American fish stew.
This sheet-pan roast chicken dinner is the perfect no-fuss dish for company. Everything can be prepared and assembled a day in advance, so all that’s left to do at dinnertime is pop it in the oven.