Secrets (and Recipes) for Hosting the Best Potluck Party Ever

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Photo credit: Rachael Ray Show Aired October 26, 2016

Hosting a potluck party is a great way to avoid the stress that comes with being responsible for the entire party spread, drinks and cleanup. Sure, it’s a relief to have other people pitch in and fun to try new dishes, but you still want your food to impress. We’ve got five killer dishes that will have everyone begging for your recipe.

And with the Frigidaire Gallery® Double Wall Oven, you can use Quick Preheat to get started cooking faster and rely on True Convection’s heat circulation to make sure your dish will cook more evenly. Plus, you can keep the bottom oven set to 250 degrees to warm up guests’ contributions without interfering with your masterpiece. Talk about being potluck party ready!

 

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Chipotle Chicken Nacho Casserole
Who doesn’t love nachos? Rach shows you how to assemble this spicy, healthy twist on the classic for a perfect topping-to-chip ratio in every bite.

 

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Meaty Baked Ziti
You can never go wrong with an iconic, hearty Italian casserole. This is Rach’s family recipe and it’s beyond satisfying.

 

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Baked Pasta with Butternut Squash, Sausage & Ricotta
There’s not many ingredients that say fall like butternut squash. Combined with sweet Italian sausage, fresh creamy ricotta, a pinch of warming nutmeg and crispy sage it’s no wonder Rachael made this crowd pleaser for friends in Italy.

 

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Rotisserie Chicken Enchiladas Verdes
Starting with rotisserie chicken as a shortcut makes this an easy -- but irresistible -- version of cheesy baked enchiladas topped with a ten-minute tangy tomatillo sauce.

 

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Peanut Butter Pretzel Skillet Brownies
Want to surprise your guests with a dessert they won’t be able to stop thinking about? Make this sweet-and-salty brownie that bakes up hot and gooey in a cast iron skillet. (Bonus: it starts with boxed brownie mix so prep is basically zilch, but no one will ever know).

 

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