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This cheesy chicken — an easy take on chicken parmesan — is smothered in homemade (or store bought) tomato sauce. Serve it over pasta or with a side of greens. Get the recipe.
If you have an Instant Pot, this speedy beef stew recipe is a must-try. Add all the ingredients to the pot, set the timer to 30 minutes, and wait for dinner to cook itself. Get the recipe.
This recipe seems like it calls for a lot of ingredients, but work with what's in your pantry. Make the marinade with any combination of soy sauce, honey, rice vinegar, chili sauce, sesame oil and red pepper flakes. Get the recipe.
You can make these tacos with any white flakey fish like cod, halibut, or tilapia. And if you're feeling pressed for time, feel free to use a store bought chimichurri or fruit salsa in place of the homemade versions. Get the recipe.
All you need is chicken, marinara sauce, tortellini, and lots of cheese for a seriously comforting meal. Get the recipe.
These perfectly baked pork chops call for just 5-ingredients: Panko breadcrumbs, olive oil, pork loin chops, and Dijon mustard. Serve it with a side of grains or simple roasted veggies for a balanced meal. Get the recipe.
This is the perfect meal for when you're trying to clean out the fridge. Start with any type of noodles and add whatever veggies and protein you have on hand. Get the recipe.
You can make the stir fry sauce from scratch following the recipe's instructions, or to save even more time, opt for a store bought hoisin or teriyaki sauce. Get the recipe.
Put down the takeout menu tonight and make this Asian-inspired chicken curry made with coconut milk, red curry paste, and any of your favorite vegetables. Get the recipe.
This meatless dinner will fill you right up, thanks to protein-packed cannelini beans sautéed with mushrooms, canned tomatoes, sun dried tomatoes, and artichoke hearts. Get the recipe.
The best way to eat your veggies is simmered in a decadent parmesan and cheddar cheese broth. Get the recipe.
If you're a fan of buffalo chicken wings, these spicy meatballs will be an instant hit. Serve them with pasta, zucchini noodles, rice, or even over salad. Get the recipe.
While you cook the bell peppers, onions, and flank steak with olive oil and spices, wrap some corn tortillas in foil and let them toast. Voilà: easiest one-pan fajitas ever. Get the recipe.
Opt for sea bass or any firm fish filet, garnish it with cabbage, arugula, and Sriracha mayo, and serve it on a toasted bun. Get the recipe.
The star of this quick dinner is the sweet and tangy peanut sauce, which is made with garlic, peanut butter, tamari, ginger, lime, and red pepper flakes. You can easily make this recipe vegetarian or use your favorite protein in place of chicken. Get the recipe.
If you're looking for a short cut, a store bought teriyaki sauce will taste just as delicious as a homemade version. Toss in any of your favorite vegetables like broccoli, carrots, Brussels sprouts, or bell peppers. Get the recipe.
Make this moo shu filling with boneless chicken breasts or pork chops, coleslaw, mushrooms, scallions, and eggs. Then serve it in flour tortillas, lettuce wraps, or even over a bed of rice. Get the recipe.
Cold nights call for this soup made with tender beef and noodles simmered in a savory, rich broth. The best part: It only takes half an hour to get on the table. Get the recipe.
Sometimes you just crave something simple. For those nights, bookmark this no-frills chicken and rice. It's still super flavorful, thanks to paprika, cumin, garlic powder, chili powder and coriander. Get the recipe.
Dress up these stuffed peppers with any of your favorite Tex-Mex toppings. You can also make them vegetarian by swapping black beans for ground turkey. Get the recipe.
For a 30-minute dinner that feels surprisingly fancy, look no further than this seafood pasta. It's topped with a spicy and creamy sauce made with mayo (or greek yogurt), Thai sweet chili sauce, garlic, lime, and Sriracha. Get the recipe.
Cooking salmon in aluminum foil eliminates any mess, and makes cleanup a breeze. Get the recipe.
Homemade pesto, grilled chicken, sun dried tomatoes, and your favorite type of pasta is really all you need to throw together this crowd-pleasing dinner. Get the recipe.
The easiest way to feed a family: Throw together this one-pan Cajun favorite loaded with rice, vegetables, sausage, and shrimp. Get the recipe.
Give classic chicken noodle soup an upgrade with pesto, ground turkey, and cheese-filled tortellini. Get the recipe.
If you like sweet and sour chicken, make sure to try this vegetarian version. It's made with cauliflower coated in a finger-licking mixture of sugar, apple cider vinegar, soy sauce, ketchup, garlic powder, and cornstarch. Get the recipe.
For a family-friendly dinner recipe, put out a bunch of pizza toppings and let the kids make their own mini sweet potato crust creations. Get the recipe.
These easy Greek meatballs are made with ground turkey, red onion, garlic, oregano, and spinach. Wrap them in pita bread with chopped vegetables and a drizzle of tzatziki or plain yogurt. Get the recipe.
Thanks to a sticky, sweet sauce made of olive oil, butter, lemon juice, garlic, honey, and soy sauce, this simple chicken dish tastes anything but. Get the recipe.
Start with your favorite cooked meatballs (or a vegetarian substitute), roll them up in lasagna noodles and cheese, and bake them in tomato sauce until everything reaches piping hot, melty perfection. Get the recipe.
If you're not a fan of cauliflower rice, you can use any other grain like quinoa,
regular rice, or orzo. You can also jazz this dish up with your favorite protein like shrimp, chicken, or pork. Get the recipe.
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