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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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Rachael tosses tilapia in a blend of spices, lightly fries it up and layers it with fresh pico de gallo; hints of jalapeƱo throughout this meal create a powerful fusion of flavors.
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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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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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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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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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A Korean-inspired batter and slaw shakes up the traditional fried chicken game; vodka and cornstarch in the batter are the secret to light and crispy skin on Korean Fried Chicken; Kimchi Slaw with gochujang puts a new spin on a traditional slaw.
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The secret to Rachael Ray's Portobello Cheese-Steak Fries is that there's no steak; instead of sliced beef, she packs portobello mushrooms with flavor and layers them on fries with cheese sauce for a meat-free win.
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Rachael believes that salads shouldn't be limited to small bowls and sidelines, so she makes a huge Buffalo Chicken and Blue Ranch Statement Salad that's perfect for a dinner party or a big game night.
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Rachael Ray's Barbecue Chicken Pan Pizza is a mix of salty, sweet, tangy and sharp; she bakes the pizza dough in cast iron until it's crispy and tops it with barbecue chicken, mozzarella and cheddar cheese and finishes it off with a drizzle of honey.
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Salami burgers; Italian style potatoes and cheese.
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Brooklyn barbecue chili burgers with oil and vinegar slaw; smoked paprika potato wedges.
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Greek style fresh tomato and feta penne; broiled seafood skewers on chili butter spinach.
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For a Korean-inspired Sloppy Joe, Rachael Ray mixes ground pork and beef with new ingredients like pears, sesame oil and gochujang; her Quick Korean Pickles add a sweet crunch that rounds out the sandwich.
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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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Rachael Ray chooses two ingredients to star in her quick pasta dish, spaghetti with bacon and chard; smoky bacon flavors a sharp pecorino cheese sauce that coats swirls of spaghetti and earthy greens, making this dish a decadent way to eat veggies.
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Rachael Ray makes her husband John's favorite sandwich, the Cusimano Special -- a beef au jus with an Italian twist, adding provolone sauce, roasted peppers and pickled peppers; it is so beloved that they call it "'Da Cuz" for short.
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Rachael throws together a quick salt and pepper shrimp appetizer; her 3-cup chicken with rice is a riff on the 3-cup meals that everyone is trying, proving that there are as many recipes out there as there are cooks that make it.
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The great thing about Rachael Ray's 3-Salad Chef's Salad Plate is that there's no need to pick a favorite, because each of the salads has a unique flavor; it contains sour cream and horseradish, cayenne and pickle relish, and mustard and capers.
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Rachael Ray prepares an Oklahoma-style Smack Burger; smashing slices of Vidalia onions into burger patties and adding a simple sauce makes them juicy and flavorful; Rachael uses powdered buttermilk and dried spices in easy ranch-flavored tater tots.
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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.

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