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Nothing says "I love you" like a big bowl of pasta, especially when they're smothered in savory mushrooms and cream sauce. Get the recipe.
The key to this recipe is the homemade tomato sauce made with onions, crushed tomatoes, Italian seasoning, red pepper flakes, dried basil, and pesto. Get the recipe.
Sautéed in beef broth, red wine, butter, garlic, thyme, and mushrooms, this is a seriously decadent dish that takes very little effort. Get the recipe.
Life tip: Always keep some frozen shrimp on hand. That way, you can work with the ingredients you already have in your pantry and whip up a fancy meal like this in no time. Get the recipe.
Don't even think about dirtying all the dishes. Cook your main dish and sides together in a single pan. Get the recipe.
You can leave out the ground turkey to make this dish vegetarian, or you can opt for another meat you prefer. Get the recipe.
Sautéed chickpeas and perfectly cooked chicken all served in a lemon caper sauce, this protein-packed meal tastes (and looks) restaurant-quality. Get the recipe.
Make this creamy bisque as an appetizer or serve it with crusty French bread and a dollop of crème fraiche as the main event. Get the recipe.
Risotto is great...but it also takes a while to make. This recipe calls for couscous instead of arborio rice. The resulting dish tastes just as creamy and delicious. Get the recipe.
You can use whatever white, fleshy fish you prefer like halibut, cod, or or sea bass to make this zesty ceviche. Serve it on tostadas with some sliced avocado pico de gallo for an appetizer worthy of a special occasion. Get the recipe.
You wouldn't believe that a chicken dish with so much flavor can be made with only a few basic ingredients. In fact, besides for pomegranate and za'atar, the remainder are probably sitting in your kitchen. Get the recipe.
It's a holiday. Treat yourself. Get the recipe.
This sweet-and-savory Thai-inspired sauce is made with brown sugar, soy sauce, fish sauce, peanut butter, and chili paste. Make some extra because you'll want to eat it on everything. Get the recipe.
Bake these salmon fillets in foil packets: Not only does the aluminum foil eliminate any mess, but it pretty much guarantees your fish will be cooked to perfection. Get the recipe.
This avocado chimichurri — made with cilantro, oregano, garlic, red wine vinegar, olive oil, lime juice, and red pepper flakes — takes your everyday flank steak to a brand new level. Get the recipe.
Cooking mussels at home seems fancy AF, but the truth is they're insanely simple.
Just sauté them with shallots, garlic, thyme, lemon, and white wine for about 8 minutes, and voilà. Get the recipe.
Start with store bought flatbread or naan to whip up these impressive-looking pizzas in no time. Get the recipe.
Whether you're avoiding meat or you just want to try something different, these smokey, spicy cauliflower steaks won't disappoint. Get the recipe.
Creamy, comforting, and seriously flavorful, you might be tempted to make this pasta your Valentine. Get the recipe.
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