Satsuma Layer Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

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When it’s winter and satsumas are finally on sale, you must make this cake as a sweet tribute to the seasonal fruit. With cream cheese frosting and fluffy yellow cake, it has bursts of juicy orange in every bite. Learn how to make the recipe right now before the season is over.

Buffalo Chicken Spaghetti

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Are your taste buds begging for Buffalo sauce? Turn to this fiery spin on spaghetti. Savory spice-rubbed chicken breasts are seared, braised in a blazing homemade sauce, shredded, and tossed with tangy blue cheese and oniony scallions. Read more now to add this spicy pasta dish to your list of red-hot recipes.

Mushroom, Leek, and Red Pepper Chicken Soup

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If you’re in search of a warming and hearty soup with a gentle spicy kick, try a hefty bowl of mushrooms, leeks and red peppers simmered together in this pulled chicken soup. The deep earthiness of the mushrooms beautifully complements the mild red pepper sweetness. Add this recipe to your collection now.

Honey Ginger Salmon: A Quick, Healthy Weeknight Dinner

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Baked honey ginger salmon is a tasty explosion of flavor that is incredibly quick and easy to make. With just a few ingredients in the marinade, the recipe comes together in less than an hour and makes for a healthy option to put on the dinner table this week. It’s perfect for a busy weeknight. Read more now.

Delicious 15-Minute Sesame Noodles Are Faster Than Takeout

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This 15-minute sesame noodles recipe offers a quick, easy way to bring the flavors of takeout home. The tasty sauce has so much depth, and it’s incredibly simple to make. You can use lots of different types of noodles, and this dish pairs well with a variety of vegetables or proteins. What’s not to love? Read more.