Preparing a perfect Thanksgiving meal on time can be tough. This year you can be thankful to Christine Gallary from the CHOW Test Kitchen for showing you how to make an easy, delicious stuffing that can be put together a day in advance and just reheated when you need it. In this video recipe, she demonstrates how to make our Basic Apple and Sage Stuffing recipe.
Dinner doesn't get much easier than this eight-ingredient, one-pan dish. The secret is jarred apricot preserves; much more than a spread for toast, it balances the earthy sage and pungent mustard in the pan sauce and gives everything a glossy coat.
The zucchini noodles don't require cooking—they'll add freshness and crunch to the finished dish. Make the sauce while the tofu cooks and have the other vegetables at the ready so you can toss and serve immediately.