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Beef ground sirloin

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These individual lasagnas make a special meal for two. They take some time to prepare but can be completely assembled in advance. Instant polenta is also called Italian cornmeal; it is available in many supermarkets and specialty stores.

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Transform lasagna with meat sauce from a guilty pleasure into a wholesome meal. Small swap-ins can make a mighty difference: Whole-wheat noodles, low-fat cottage cheese, and lean ground sirloin create a light and delicious baked pasta. A topping of melted mozzarella and Parmesan keeps this dish feeling indulgent.

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Cocoa powder adds depth but not sweetness to the chili. Briefly heating the cocoa, chili powder, and tomato paste before adding the beef releases their aroma.Healthy Habit: For beefy flavor without excess fat, pick ground sirloin instead of chuck. We've added extra portions of traditional (and nutritious) ingredients, such as beans and tomatoes.

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Leave the baking sheet in the cabinet, and bake a batch of golden brown cornbread biscuits atop a tasty mix of beef and bell peppers, on the table in 45 minutes. This dinner-in-a-skillet packs generous amounts of beef, mushrooms, and red peppers; the tastes meld with the cornbread biscuits as they bake together.

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Eleanora Scarpetta, a friend of Martha's, makes a delicious southern Italian-style tomato sauce, which she serves alongside a generous portion of savory meatballs. While it simmers, this sauce gets a distinctive, hearty taste from the addition of various meats, including beef cutlets, pancetta (the Italian version of bacon), spare ribs, and sweet sausage; in turn, the process of slow simmering infuses the meats with a deep, rich flavor. Although Eleanora uses tomatoes she has canned herself, you can use the store-bought variety in this recipe.