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“What’s for dinner” doesn’t have to send you into a nightly tailspin. With a few tested, perfected and easy recipes in your arsenal, you can have a family-friendly dinner on the table in no time.
You only need one pan to make this fabulous Thai dish of chicken simmered in a bright, curry-infused coconut milk sauce. It comes together in just 30 minutes with minimal prep work.
Made with a flat-iron steak and an umami-packed marinade, this carne asada is guaranteed tender, easy to make, and packed with flavor. Marinate in the morning, then simply fire up the grill at dinnertime.
Quick, simple, and family-approved — this pasta with sun-dried tomato pesto and fresh mozzarella pearls is a new favorite of mine. It’s almost as easy as opening a jar of tomato sauce and pouring it over noodles, yet so much more special.
Pan-seared until crisp on top and just barely cooked at the center: this is how I cook salmon when I have to hit the kitchen running. Not only is it fast — 15 minutes start to finish — it’s also elegant.
Always a crowd pleaser, these Southern-style ham and cheese sliders are doused in a tangy butter, mustard and poppy seed sauce, and then baked until golden and crisp. Bet you can’t eat just one!
This dish is a MAJOR family-pleaser and can be made in just 30 minutes from ordinary supermarket ingredients. And the beauty of “bowls” is that everyone can create their own.
This delicious pasta dish is adapted from Lidia’s Italian Table by Lidia Bastianich. Not only is it quick and easy to make — 25 minutes tops — the whole family eats it up, broccoli and all.
Drizzled with chili sauce and sprinkled with herbs, scallions, and chopped peanuts, these Vietnamese-style meatballs are true flavor bombs. For a quick weeknight supper, wrap the meatballs in lettuce cups or serve them over rice. They’ll go quickly!
This is an easy and incredibly flavorful way to prepare boneless skinless chicken breasts. The best part is that it only takes minutes to prepare — and there’s barely any cleanup!
This is one of my go-to recipes when I have to hit the kitchen running: It takes just twenty minutes to make, I always have the ingredients on hand, my kids love it as much as I do, and there’s barely any clean-up!
Adapted from a Cooking Light recipe, these chicken thighs are delicious, family-friendly, and incredibly easy to prepare.