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You can cook all of these in 30 minutes or less. Sorry, Seamless.
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Tortellini is queen when it comes to making an awesome, easy dinner that seems way more complicated than it actually is. Get the recipe.
CCQB, to her friends. Can you EVEN with that mozz stretch? Get the recipe.
Start a pot of rice before you begin prep for the beef part of this, which only takes 15 minutes. Get the recipe.
Vegans deserve exciting dinners too. Get the recipe.
This calls for a few ingredients you might not necessarily have on hand — sake, edamame, soba noodles — but it comes together really easily, and you absolutely won't regret having that stuff around. Get the recipe.
Pumpkin puree adds lovely color, extra nutrition, and infinite coziness to this easy stovetop mac. Get the recipe.
The clock starts on this recipe with an already-cooked chicken breast, but even if you add the time to poach or bake it, you probably won't break 30 minutes. It's that fast!
God bless taco seasoning, honestly. (If this offends your sensibilities, feel free to DIY it). Get the recipe.
This is served over some nice chewy farro to balance out all that protein. You can set the farro (or rice, if you prefer) to simmer before you start making everything else and it should be cooked by the time the chicken is done. Get the recipe.
A sweet, spicy, and simple pasta with pomegranate, because you're QuiRkY! (Aren't you?). Get the recipe.
You know what never hurt any spaghetti? PLENTY of olive oil. Get the recipe.
Sweet potatoes, cauliflower, and chickpeas know how to party. Get the recipe.
ALL THIS in just 30 minutes? Believe it, my child. Get the recipe.
Coconut quinoa, to be specific, because no one ever complained about double coconut. Get the recipe.
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