Top Rated Martha Stewart Recipes

Lobster Meat
A big pot of boiling lobsters always draws a crowd, and when I demoed this at SoBe, that was no exception. When you’re making a lobster roll, the fewer the ingredients, the better and more authentic your sandwich will be. Some people prefer to add just mayonnaise or melted butter, but a sprinkling of fresh herbs can be delicious — just nothing too strong like rosemary or thyme. Fresh lemon juice is also a great addition. Not only is lobster meat utterly delicious, it’s low-calorie and very nutritious. Butter the buns on the outside (the Maine way), toast them in a skillet, and load them up. The more meat you put in, the more popular you’ll be.Adapted from "Food Network Food & Wine Festival Cookbook" by Lee Brian Schrager and Julie Mautner
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Boozy Pecan Balls
Hosting a singles-only Valentine’s Day party or looking to gift something extra fun this year? Try making these simple sweets that feature a little cognac for an extra holiday boost.
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Chocolate Espresso Cakes
Wake your Valentine up and greet him or her with this decadent morning treat. You’ll sweetly start the day and fuel your love up for the romantic plans ahead.  
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Easy Heart-Shaped Chocolate Cake
What says true love better than a dessert in the shape of a heart? This simple cake recipe requires no special baking pan, just a little ingenuity and a lot of love. 
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Vital NRG
Adapted from Martha Stewart's Quick Cook Menus
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Chef.Jules
From Everyday Foods, a Martha Stewart publication. We love cauliflower this way! Easy and delicious.
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DaniRoze
I have to admit, I was a bit wary of this one. But because it was so different, I had to try it. It is a Martha Stewart recipe that makes for a quick, easy, delicious dinner. We have it about every other week.
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AmyZoe
Who knew a 2 ingredient smoothie could be so delicious. I found it a little too thick to blend and added a bit of water, but otherwise this is terrific. Recipe courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Serving size is estimated.
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Funfetti
This is an excellent marinade from Martha Stewart. It is my go-to marinade for steaks. It sounded like a lot of garlic the first time I made it but I'm glad I kept the 4 cloves!
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meva
I found this recipe online.It is by martha stewart but with a few changes by me.It turned out great the first time made it so dont be afraid to try ;)
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Rebekah of SFD
These are so easy to make, and taste wonderful! Good with soup for dinner, chicken salad for lunch, or fruit for breakfast. Or just by themselves as a treat! I prefer using a stoneware muffin pan for the best results. A popover pan is nice, but not many folks seem to have one, so I always suggest a muffin pan. From "The Martha Stewart Cookbook". Thanks, Martha :)
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senseicheryl
I received an email today with a few copycat recipes in it. I don't see this one on Zaar...Tip: For the best flavor, use a sugar pumpkin to make a homemade Pumpkin Puree. This variety of pumpkin, also known as 'New England Pie' and 'Sugar Pie,' weighs from five to eight pounds and is known for its sweet, fine-grained flesh. Source: Martha Stewart Per Serving Calories: 235 kcal | Carbohydrates: 37 g | Dietary Fiber: 1 g | Fat: 7g | Protein: 7 g | Sugars: 28 g
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