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Cook, author and talk show host Rachael Ray is a busy woman, but that doesn't mean there's no time to prepare great food. In this long-running series Ray demonstrates how to make a complete three-course meal in under 30 minutes, from comfort food to sophisticated fare for entertaining.

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The divine combination of flavors in Rachael Ray's crazy szechuan beef and messy corn with shishito packs a punch with every bite; the secret to this favorite is the ground szechuan peppercorns blended with turmeric and sweet rice wine vinegar.
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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.
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Rachael Ray's zucchini pepperoni pan pizza has a secret; the crispy, homemade pizza packs a lot of flavor, though, thanks to smoked paprika, red pepper flakes and a drizzle of hot honey; Rachael pairs her pizza with vegetable antipasti salad.
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Rachael Ray makes a quick and easy fish recipe; her crispy, golden, battered fishwiches pair perfectly with creamy yogurt tartar sauce.
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Rachael Ray's French dip cheeseburgers on brioche rolls use the elements of French onion soup to take a cheeseburger to the next level.
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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.
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Rachael Ray's spin on the classic meat-and-potatoes dinner; she makes Sliced Steak with Rosemary, Meaty Mushrooms with Marsala and crispy Waffle Fries with Gorgonzola Sauce.
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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.
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Rachael Ray gives comfort food a kick with her BGT: Bacon, Guacamole and Tomato with Chips and Chorizo JalapeƱo Poppers; the jalapeƱos stuffed with cheese and chorizo contrast with cool, smoky guacamole packed with crispy bacon and citrus-y tomato.
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Rachael turns up the flavor on a steakhouse staple with her Sichuan steak au poivre with scallion mashed potatoes, which uses both Sichuan and traditional black peppercorns; her side of creamy mashed potatoes rounds out the steakhouse-inspired meal.
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Rachael 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.
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Rachael's dish is a spicy change from the everyday; ground chicken and smashed chickpeas are loaded with jalapeno, spices and a hefty kick of sriracha; Rachael adds cool, creamy yogurt and zesty lime to complement the heat of this hearty dish.
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Rachael Ray is fired up for a smokin' taco night with Mezcal Shrimp Tacos; Mezcal, fire-roasted tomatoes, paprika and chipotle in adobo bring smoky heat to counter a cool crema and juicy shrimp.
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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.
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Rachael Ray makes dijon-tarragon chicken, mashed potatoes with brie or camembert and rainbow chard with bacon and leeks.
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Rachael Ray's roasted meatballs with garlic bread taste just like Grandma used to make, but they come together in just 30 minutes; Rachael adds crusty, buttery garlic bread for an unbeatable home-cooked meal.
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Rachael prepares her recipe, Chicken Curry in a Hurry with Basmati; she seizes the opportunity to experiment with curry flavor by making her own spice blend instead of using a store-bought one.
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Rachael Ray proves that it pays to perfect the classics with this Shrimp Pasta and Vodka Sauce; her easy vodka sauce is both simple and sumptuous, and adding shrimp elevates it to a great date night meal.
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Rachael Ray skips the fuss of making a traditional chicken pot pie by whipping up her easy, stove-top version in half the time; she tops the filling with golden, buttery pieces of puff pastry for a fast and pretty finish to this bowl of comfort.
aired 73 days ago
Rachael Ray makes Shaksouka, which is easier to make than it is to say; the 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.
aired 73 days ago
Rachael Ray shows that breakfast for dinner doesn't have to mean pancakes and scrambled eggs; she whips up crave-worthy Chilaquiles with a rich, red chile sauce made with Guajillo peppers for a satisfying kick.

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