This is not pad thai, but if you and your family like pad thai, you might find the lightly sweet, peanuty sauce to be an easy way to approximate the more complicated dish. Vary the vegetables to use up odds and ends in your fridge or swap in your favorites.
Lightly cooked carrots add a bit of snap and extra vegetable power to this simple pasta dish, which is a great option for using up odds and ends like chicken and pasta sauce. Try tossing in leftover vegetables like spinach or peppers if you have some that need using—you’ll love it!
Lentils are a wonderful source of protein and fiber. They’re good for the planet and good for your body, and gosh darn it, they’re just plain tasty if you cook ’em right. This simple dish is a yummy and easy way to try adding lentils to your diet.
Speedy and using nothing you can’t store in a freezer or pantry, this recipe is the perfect trick to keep tucked up your sleeve for impossibly busy nights. To round it out as a meal, add leftover chicken or a can of white beans.
Two simple dishes, one balanced meal! Enjoy a small portion of your favorite pasta and sauce with a robust serving of leafy greens and shrimp for an easy dinner packed with flavor. Made with grab-n-go items that come together quickly, this is a perfect meal to have ingredients on hand for in case of a […]
Made with frozen veggies and leftover chicken, this easy stir-fry is a perfect meal for getting the most out of kitchen staples and leftovers. If you have different veggies that need using, grab those instead and get creative!
If you’ve got leftover chicken, canned tomatoes, and some pasta, you’ve got the makings of a meal. This recipe calls for fresh herbs, but dried work wonderfully too–just be sure to cut the measurements to a quarter if you used dried to avoid overpowering the dish.
Scrumptious, fresh-as-you-like meat sauce served over spaghetti is one of the easiest American favorites to master. If you’re able to make just the right amount for the folks you’re serving, you can up your pasta game with this easy trick: cook your pasta until it’s not quite al dente, drain all but ½ cup of the pasta […]