To make a fabulous dinner, start by preparing a few appetizers, like a cheese and crackers tray or some deviled eggs, for your guests to enjoy while you finish cooking.Believe it or not, nothing on that plate requires much in the way of preparation—or cooking.But with just slightly more planning, you can cook up this tasty frittata, packed with yellow onion, red potatoes, chorizo sausage, and Manchego or cheddar cheese—in half an hour, and in a single skillet.
Even on the busiest of weeknights, enjoy a delicious dish in minutes with these quick meal ideas.Quick and easy dinner and supper recipes and demonstrations that will make weekly meal planning easy.Some will take less than 20 minutes while some may take up to an hour to get your meal prepared.Add a little zip to your weeknight dinners by learning how to make this 25-minute chicken stir fry.
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For the main course, try a delicious protein such as steak or grilled chicken paired with stir-fried vegetables.Start with four pieces of skinless cod (halibut or striped bass fillet work nicely, too), which is topped with strips of lemon zest and roasted alongside scallions and sliced red potatoes, coated in olive oil and chili powder.Top the pasta with kale, chopped roasted almonds, and pecorino cheese.
Running out of stove space on the holidays or just want to make life easier.
With temperatures rising, weve also included tips and tricks on cooking in the heat.Give dinnertime a tropical flair with this lively salsa made with fresh mango, scallions, lime juice, and crushed red pepper.Salted roasted almonds lend some crunch, while creamy, crumbled goat cheese ties it all together.You can still make a delicious dinner on a super busy weeknight thanks to these simple recipes.Carrots, onion, diced canned tomatoes, green beans, chicken broth, and fresh parsley combine to flavor this easy-to-make lamb stew, which feels so right in spring—but proves delicious and warming in fall and winter, too.
Pancakes are always fast and filling and you hardly need any ingredients to make them happen.Thin, crispy slices of pork and a crunchy, zesty salad (made with chickpeas, sliced fennel, celery, red onion, and a quick lemon dressing) provide a great point and counterpoint in this simple supper.This dish might taste like those slow-cooked Italian pastas with vegetables and sausage.We devised this super easy pasta dish, with garlic, onion, kale, grape tomatoes, and almonds, to go with whole-grain noodles.