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What’s fast, easy, and family-pleasing? Your dinner tonight! From spaghetti with kale and walnut pesto to baked ziti, you’ll be making these weeknight recipes on repeat.
This winter-friendly twist on pesto pasta is one of my go-to weeknight dinner recipes. I can get it on the table in 25 minutes max, and it’s a great way to sneak in some healthy greens.
A healthier version of the Chinese restaurant-style dish that is typically battered and deep-fried, this sweet and sour shrimp with broccoli is one of the easiest (and tastiest) suppers you can make.
These Vietnamese-style meatballs have that combination of fresh, bright, and pungent flavors that makes Vietnamese food so enticing. For a quick weeknight supper, wrap the meatballs in lettuce cups or serve them over rice.
Filled with spicy sausage, smoky scrambled eggs, cheese, and a bright, fresh avocado-tomato salsa, these burritos are not only easy to make, but also delicious any time of day. We especially love them for “brinner.”
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.
These smoky, spicy Sloppy Joes — or “Sloppy Jenns” as we call them around here — are made entirely from scratch (read: no ketchup or mystery seasoning packets). Pile the beef onto toasted buns and serve with my Sweet & Tangy Citrus Slaw.
Loaded with Italian sausage, this baked ziti is similar to meat lasagna but without the fuss; easy enough for a weeknight but also special enough for company; and makes a great prep-ahead potluck dish.