The secret to Rachael Ray's Japanese-style skewers is the thick, sweet and savory sauce. She makes Chicken Yakitori, White Rice and Green Beans with Tofu and Sesame Sauce for a fast meal that pleases all ages.
Rachael Ray's spin on the classic meat-and-potatoes dinner will have friends and family staying in on steak night. She makes Sliced Steak with Rosemary, Meaty Mushrooms with Marsala and crispy Waffle Fries with Gorgonzola Sauce for a hearty, can't-miss meal.
Skip the fancy Italian restaurant and make a 5-star, three-course meal right at home in under 30 minutes. Rachael Ray's gourmet meal starts with Bruschetta with Ricotta and Walnuts as well as a refreshing Escarole Salad with Fennel. She saves room for the starring dish, sweet and spicy Beef and Sausage Ragu with Fusilli.
Craving a cheeseburger but want to make it fancy? Rachael Ray's French Dip Cheeseburgers on Brioche Rolls use the elements of French onion soup to take a cheeseburger to the next level. Rachael pairs her burgers with Crispy, Buttery Crushed Potatoes.
Rachael Ray makes a quick and easy fish recipe to fall for hook, line and sinker. Her crispy, golden, battered Fishwiches pair perfectly with creamy Yogurt Tartar Sauce, and Rachael adds frozen salt and vinegar fries to round out the meal.
Rachael Ray's Zucchini PepperNOni Pan Pizza has a secret -- it's not real meat! The crispy pizza packs a lot of flavor, though, thanks to smoked paprika and a drizzle of hot honey.
Big lumps of crabmeat are the secret to Rachael Ray's twist on pasta carbonara. Crab, celery, lemon and sherry create a bright flavor that balances rich, creamy egg yolks, fatty pancetta and sharp cheese in her Carbonara with Crab.
Rachael Ray makes her takeout favorite, Crazy Szechuan Beef and Messy Corn with Shishito.
Rachael Ray takes on the classic burger and fries combo and gives it a south-of-the-border twist. The secret to her flavorful Mexi-Mac Burgers and Waffle Fries with Taco Sauce is the mix of chorizo sausage and ground beef, and she uses a few spices to turn frozen waffle fries into a zesty side.
For fans of Indian takeout or home cooks looking for a new way to cook beef, Rachael Ray's quick, easy Beef Pepper Fry: Indian-Style Pepper Steak will become an instant favorite. The secret to its Indian-style flavor is a mixture of warm, earthy spices with bright vegetables and hot peppers.
Rachael Ray is fired up for a smokin' taco night with Mezcal Shrimp Tacos with Gauc Crema. Mezcal, fire-roasted tomatoes, paprika and chipotle in adobo bring smoky heat to counter a cool crema and juicy shrimp.
Rachael Ray makes her favorite pizza at home in a cast iron skillet. Spicy sausage, chili flakes and honey liven up her Hot Sausage Cast Iron Skillet Pan Pizza, and her fennel and olive salad is a bright, refreshing complement to the hot and cheesy pizza.
Rachael Ray skips the fuss of making a traditional pot pie by whipping up her easy, stove-top version in half the time. She tops the filling of her Quick Rotisserie Chicken Pot Pies with golden, buttery pieces of puff pastry for a fast and pretty finish to this bowl of comfort.
When breakfast is this good, Rachael Ray makes it for dinner, too! Her Bacon, Beans, Eggs, Taco Tots Burritos have all the best breakfast foods wrapped up in one tortilla. She layers eggs with refried beans, pico de gallo and cheese, plus tater tots with taco spice instead of plain hash browns.
Rachael Ray reinvents the everyday pork cutlet with her thin and crispy fried Pork Tonkatsu with Shiso and Savoy, topped with a sweet and tangy sauce.
The best thing about Rachael Ray's Chicken Curry in a Hurry with Basmati is the homemade curry mix. She seizes the opportunity to experiment with curry flavor by making her own spice blend instead of using a store-bought one.
Rachael Ray makes Shakshouka, which is easier to make than it is to say! This savory Middle Eastern dish of tomatoes and eggs is typically served for breakfast, but the combination of spices, jalapeno and chipotle make it a hearty meal any time of day.
Skip the restaurant, stay home and make Rachael Ray's Oklahoma Style S'mack Burgers in 30 minutes or less. Smashing slices of Vidalia onions into burger patties and adding a simple sauce makes them juicy, flavorful and even better than beloved fast food burgers. On the side, Rachael uses powdered buttermilk and dried spices in her easy Ranch-Flavored Tater Tots.