Vatapá is an Afro-Brazilian stew that’s typically made with shrimp or other seafood. This variation uses turkey in place of the seafood, but keeps the rich coconut and spices, helping to keep the sodium in the dish lower.
Sheet-pan dinners are a fantastic way to feed the family a hot, filling meal without making a ton of dishes. This Tuscan-flavored chicken dish can easily be scaled up or down. If you’re scaling this beyond four servings, split the servings between two baking sheets.
Shakshuka is a popular dish in the Middle East. Richly spiced tomato sauce is used to poach eggs. The dish is often served with a flatbread such as lavash.
Even a quick marinade can do a world of good in bringing robust flavor to a speedy and simple meal like this. If you want to give the marinade more time to work its magic, toss the fish in the marinade in the morning. Tip: Only make as much of this as you want to […]
This dinner is quick and easy and scrumptious. Roasting gnocchi gives it a nice crispy exterior that you’ll love. You can use fresh, frozen, or shelf-stable interchangeably for this recipe.
Lentils and chicken sausage team up to provide a lean and delicious meal that comes together with minimum hassle while you’re handling other little end-of-day tasks.
A perfect dinner for those nights when you could just use something hearty and warm, this classic French lentil stew is a vegetarian delight. Simple to prepare and comforting to the senses, once you make this, you’ll want to keep lentils on hand more often. If you can’t wait around for the lentils to cook, […]
Cabbage rolls, a traditional dish of rice and ground meat wrapped in cabbage and cooked in tomato sauce, are delicious. Rolling the stuffing and allowing the rice to cook, however, is a process that makes them a special occasion dish. This speedy skillet offers all the flavor of a cabbage roll without all the trouble […]