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Ready in 30 minutes or less and you don't even need to put a bra on to answer the door.
Ready in just 15 minutes. Recipe here.
For a non-fried appetizer, these are simple and fast. Recipe here.
Fish sauce, shrimp, and chicken: Who needs 'em? Recipe here.
Making mozzarella sticks at home requires two hours of freezing. I'm sorry. It's just the way it is. But the actual time you'll spend working on these is very little. Recipe here.
Significantly better than anything you'll order on Seamless. Recipe here.
If you use dough made in advance, you can get these pizzas sizzling in about 20 minutes. Don't have the hour and a half to make it from scratch? Buy some dough from your favorite pizzeria and do the rest yourself. Recipes here.
Fast and easy, yes. Healthy? Not quite. Do yourself a favor and serve with some steamed broccoli. Recipe here.
One pot, four servings, 20 minutes or less. Recipe here.
Obvs feel free to use fresh ginger and garlic instead of frozen. Recipe here.
You can buy a boxed egg drop soup mix, sure. But this one takes only 15 minutes to make and it will taste a lot better. Recipe here.
Fast and simple, as it should be. Recipe here.
A perfectly delicious and easy side dish. Feel free to use less olive oil and butter than the recipe calls for. Recipe here.
Delightfully crispy without insane amounts of oil. Recipe here.
Don't waste your money on a watered-down version of the real thing. Recipe here.
Basically, you steam the edamame and salt them. It's THAT EASY. Recipe here.
You'll probably need a specialty grocery store to get the seaweed salad and miso, but since they're all shelf-stable, you can buy more than you need and store them in the cabinet. Then you can pull 'em out and whip up this 10-minute salad whenever you want. Recipe here.
Sub in vegetable broth for chicken broth and you can have a hearty, healthy vegetarian dinner in just 15 minutes. Recipe here.
Who says sushi needs to include fish? Recipe here.
Healthier than the fried version. Recipe here.
Serve as a side dish or add some more water and make it a soup. Recipe here.
Using a rice cooker speeds up the process and just generally makes your life easier. Recipe here.
Lots of spice = lots of taste. Recipe here.
Straight from the BuzzFeed Cookbook and into your heart. Recipe here.
OK, this one takes 40 minutes instead of 30, but that's fast for this dish. If you can think about dinner in advance, try this simple slow-cooker version.
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