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Ditch the utensils and dig in! Dinner tastes better when you eat with your hands.
Ditch the utensils and dig in! These dinners you can eat with your hands are not only delicious but also fun to eat.
In this gourmet twist on tenders, chicken is breaded in a mixture of finely chopped pecans and panko, then pan-fried until crispy and golden. Kids and grown-ups alike will love them!
Crispy beer-battered cod topped with a cabbage slaw and smoky chipotle mayo, all tucked inside warm corn tortillas — these are the real deal.
Filled with spicy sausage, smoky scrambled eggs, cheese, and a fresh avocado-tomato salsa, these breakfast burritos are not only easy to make, but also delicious any time of day.
Coconut Shrimp are served at many restaurants, but this homemade version beats them all. Plus, they’re easy to make: you can do all of the preparation in advance and the sauce comes straight out of a bottle.
If you want to get your kids to eat — or even love — fish, try serving them these. The fillets are lightly coated with panko, pan fried to crispy perfection, and served with tangy garlic and lemon mayonnaise.
Crisp flour tortillas filled with gooey melted cheddar and shredded chicken in a smoky chipotle-tomato sauce — these are the ultimate quesadillas.
Always a crowd pleaser, these Southern-style ham and cheese sliders are doused in a tangy butter, mustard and poppy seed sauce, and then baked until golden and crisp. Bet you can’t eat just one!
These drip-down-your-chin sliders are jazzed up with smoky Southwestern spices, jalapeño pepper and Jack cheese. They’re phenomenal topped with my Roasted Tomato Peach Jam but, if you don’t want to bother, ketchup and salsa work too.