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It's time to finally save money on take-out.
The most time-consuming part is just waiting for the pasta water to boil.
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I made this last month and it was honestly so easy and flavorful it's become a new kitchen staple of mine.
The secret of this dinner? A simple soy marinade that adds a really nice depth of flavors to the dish. And cubing the chicken first means it only takes a few minutes to cook through.
Because kimchi makes everything better.
What better way to end a cold winter day than with a quick and delicious chili?
Warm, cozy, and vegan.
Shrimp = one of the fastest/easiest proteins to cook.
For the nights when you just really want a grilled cheese but also wouldn't mind adding some veggies to the mix.
If cooking fish still intimidates you, this is an easy recipe to get you started.
The secret to making risotto in 20 minutes? Using your Instant Pot or pressure cooker.
The steak only needs to cook for four minutes on each side. While its resting, you'll just quickly chop the tomato and toss together the vinaigrette.
Except for a little bit of chopping prep, this recipe is as easy as throwing a bunch of stuff in a pot and heating it up for 15 minutes.
That smooth AF peanut sauce is making me feel things I've never felt before.
This recipe actually uses leftover Thanksgiving turkey, but you could totally use a rotisserie chicken instead.
If you don't own a spiralizer, check out your local store for premade zucchini noodles or check out these hand-prep tips.
Make sure to use golden lentils instead of green, as they have a much shorter cook time.
How can you create something so delicious in under 30 minutes? I don't know, but you really can.
Breaded pork with a bright, super fresh salad is the winning combo you didn't know you needed.
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