Make him feel special with a hearty, festive meal
Make Dad feel like a king for a day with this spread! It's as filling as his favorite restaurant meal, but even better, because it's made with love
Cost per serving: 43¢
Start Father's Day dinner off with a kick with this flavorful dip. If the roasted bell pepper is too hot to handle after 10 minutes of cooling in the paper bag, run it under cold water.
See recipe: Garlicky Roasted Red Pepper Dip
Cost per serving: 37¢
For the best texture, make sure oil is at the proper temperature before cooking the shrimp, and be sure to check it between batches. For extra crunch, use panko, which are coarse Japanese breadcrumbs. They’re available in many supermarkets.
See recipe: Spicy Coconut Shrimp
Cost per serving: $1.71
Dad will love this salad, which can be prepared in advance. Just be sure to wait and dress it until you are ready to serve.
See recipe: Chopped Salad
Cost per serving: 40¢
Who can resist a piping hot basket of garlic bread? Make the garlic butter up to three hours in advance; simply warm it in the microwave before preparing the bread.
See recipe: Garlic Bread
Cost per serving: $4.32
Make a memorable steak dinner for Dad with this mouthwatering recipe. You can grill this steak in a grill pan or on an outdoor grill. If the steak marinated overnight, remove it from the refrigerator one hour before grilling so it can reach room temperature.
See recipe: Grilled Steak with Roasted Potatoes
Cost per serving: 45¢
Make dinner extra-special with this refreshing beverage. A burst of cinnamon adds a flavorful twist to an old favorite.
See recipe: Spiced Iced Tea
Cost per serving: $1.30
Complete your celebration with this creamy cheesecake. The classic dessert is sure to be a hit with the whole family.
See recipe: Ricotta Cheesecake with Strawberries
Cost per serving: $1.36
If Dad loves chocolate, you can't beat this decadent treat. Unmold and serve cakes right out of the oven to maintain the molten centers.
See recipe: Molten Chocolate Cakes with Chunky Raspberry Sauce