Recipes for Weeknights
If cooking a whole meal on a weeknight isn’t a task in itself, handling the giant pile of dishes left over in the sink at the end of dinner is even worse. These recipes require a minimal amount of dishes and prep work, giving you a tasty meal without being stuck at the sink for hours.
Pick up a filet of salmon from the meat counter on your way home from work along with a handful of asparagus to make this simple dish that looks and tastes world-class. Top it all off in a garlic, herby lemon butter and you’ll have the whole family going back for seconds.
Source: Natasha’s Kitchen
This recipe offers a double bonus: quick to make andrequires minimal clean up! Combine chicken breasts, cremini mushrooms, chicken stock, and sun-dried tomatoes for a dish that will bubble gently away until it is infused with a rich, homey flavor.
Source: Sweet Peas and Saffron
Love fajitas but don’t want to spend your time standing in front of the skillet? This sheet pan version makes a simple dish even easier. Let the oven do the work for you as you prepare your tortillas, crack open the chips and guac, and enjoy a pre-dinner snack.
Source: The Wanderlust Kitchen
If you’re trying to avoid too many carbs, these Cabbage Rolls with a twist are just what you need. The savory flavors of ginger, soy sauce, sesame oil, and tangy rice wine vinegar take this comfort food to the next level.
Source: Things I Made Today
Chicken Thighs are an inexpensive cut of meat that packs a big punch of flavor. They also go perfectly with this simple but decadent meal that does all of its baking in the oven. Served with sweet potatoes and Brussels sprouts, it’s the perfect meal to transition you into fall.
Source: Girl versus Dough
Spend more time around the kitchen table and less time scrubbing pots at the sink with these tasty recipes.