Rachel Soszynski

Beef Stroganoff
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Beef Stroganoff has been a comfort food staple since it originated in Russia back in the mid-19th century. Our version here is what we've come to know as the traditional American permutation of this dish: Steak slices and mushrooms mingle in a wine sauce enriched with sour cream and served over wide noodles.
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These crêpes are like free-form blintzes, with thick and creamy Greek-style yogurt standing in for the cheese filling and a quick topping made with preserves and frozen raspberries.More Brunch Recipes
Lentil Soup Gratin
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Topped with crostini and Gruyère cheese, this bacon-scented soup is popped under the broiler just before serving. A cup of wine added toward the end keeps the soup from feeling too heavy. Warming Soup Recipes
This sweet quick bread is the perfect use for a bumper crop of summer zucchini. Sour cream keeps the bread super moist while mini bittersweet chocolate chips add chocolatey flavor without sinking in the batter.
Baking these easy dumplings right on top of the simmering stew makes them extra fluffy.Plus: More Chicken Recipes and Tips
If there is room on the grill, the peppers and corn can be cooked at the same time.Plus: More Vegetable Recipes and Tips
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Inspired by the crispy, light, naturally fermented Indian dosas, these lacy flatbreads are made with a combination of mashed potatoes and white rice flour, and are leavened with club soda instead. Wrapped around shredded rotisserie chicken that's been tossed with yogurt, cilantro, and red onion, they make a delicious (and portable) gluten-free lunch.
The humble chicken liver adds depth to this luscious dish—no wonder it's the new "it" ingredient. Plus:  Pasta Recipes and Tips 
If there is room on the grill, the peppers and corn can be cooked at the same time.Plus: More Vegetable Recipes and Tips
Inspired by the crispy, light, naturally fermented Indian dosas, these lacy flatbreads are made with a combination of mashed potatoes and white rice flour, and are leavened with club soda instead. Wrapped around shredded rotisserie chicken that's been tossed with yogurt, cilantro, and red onion, they make a delicious (and portable) gluten-free lunch.
The humble chicken liver adds depth to this luscious dish—no wonder it's the new "it" ingredient. Plus:  Pasta Recipes and Tips 
These are the perfect mashed potatoes: creamy, fluffy and slightly tangy thanks to the addition of crème fraîche. The chopped chives add an appealing freshness, but purists can omit them. More Potato Recipes
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Crispy tofu turns this veggie-loaded, Vietnamese-inspired salad into a satisfying main course. More Tofu Recipes
Classic Chicken Parmigiana
Rating: Unrated
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If you like, 4 cups of storebought tomato sauce can be used in place of the tomato sauce used here. You can stir in the 1/2 cup of grated cheese just before assembling the dish. Tips from the F&W Test Kitchen More Italian American Classics
A crunchy coleslaw made with a sour cream dressing is a cooling accompaniment to this spicy sauced enchiladas. Amazing Chicken Recipes
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Humble ingredients like puffed rice cereal (transformed into a brilliant topping) and graham crackers (crushed with hazelnuts to yield a tender crust) are the core of this surprisingly luxe dessert.Plus: Ultimate Thanksgiving GuideMore Pie and Tart Recipes