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From a new Philly cheesesteak mash-up and a time-saving onion soup to a cutlet stuffed with prosciutto and cheese, check out the most popular recipes of April!
This quick, easy and HEALTHY entree is a one-stop protein and veggie meal.
Rach’s take on a Japanese rolled beef dish features big Philly flavor.
Escarole + beans + greens = Italian comfort food to the max.
There’s no rushing the onions for the soup, but it’s relatively hands-off and you can save time by using boxed stock.
This quick-but-decadent pasta is perfect for a weeknight treat.
Dig into this stuffed-with-fresh-veggies springtime lasagna when the weather warms up.
Not your momma’s meatloaf, this fun rolled version is filled with cheesy goodness!
For another take on a rolled-meatloaf, Rach rolls spinach and feta for a Greek-inspired version.
Take a trip to a California fish taco joint without leaving the house!
Veal, pork or chicken all work for these cutlets that are stuffed with cheese, prosciutto and artichoke hearts (yum!).