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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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In only 30 minutes, Rachael Ray makes her recipe of shawarma burgers with tahini-yogurt sauce to rival any Mediterranean restaurant; her lamb patty is sandwiched with yogurt sauce and a mixture of toppings and fresh herbs.
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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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For fans of Indian takeout or home cooks looking for a recipe, Rachael's beef pepper fry with Indian-style pepper steak will become a favorite; the secret to its Indian-style flavor is a mixture of warm, earthy spices with bright vegetables.
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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 thinks outside the box with this soup and salad combination; the garnish is a game-changer in her tomato soup with cheddar dill popcorn and her Reuben salad of iceberg lettuce is topped with all the fixings of the classic deli sandwich.
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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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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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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 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 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 her favorite pizza at home in a cast iron skillet; spicy sausage, chili flakes and honey liven up her sausage pizza, and her fennel and olive salad is a bright, refreshing complement to the hot and cheesy pizza.
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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 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.
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Rachael Ray gives cheesy chicken enchiladas a makeover by transforming them into a quick and easy Mexican Lasagna Suiza; she blends tomatillos with two cheeses, crema and layers of tortillas to create a golden, bubbly weeknight dinner.
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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'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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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 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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