Don't compromise on quality when you're cooking those last-minute weeknight meals. Luckily, food doesn't have to cost a lot of money or involve much effort to be delicious.
Try these delicious, nutritious dinners to hold the takeout at bay!
A nourishing meal bursting with Caribbean flavors. Chicken seasoned with jerk spices served over sweet potatoes and sautéed collards and radishes – strewn with raisins and finished with a red pepper vinaigrette.
This tasty, vibrant, colorful chickpea curry takes just 30 minutes to make and is full of flavor that will blow you away.
To reheat: Just put the curry back in a pan, gently reheat, and liven it up with some fresh herbs before serving.
This 15-Minute Buddha Bowl recipe is a balanced, healthy meal that comes together in no time!
When storing leftovers, separate the wet ingredients from the dry to prevent dry ingredients becoming soggy.
For the best fried rice, use leftover rice! The refrigerator dries out the rice just a little – this allows the rice grains to separate in the wok to get properly seasoned. If using fresh rice, cook the rice with about a cup less water than you would normally use.
There are certain types of Mexican food that do not taste good as leftovers, but this recipe is an exception.
This recipe has it all – plant-based protein, good fat, and tons of fiber. These are the essentials for a meal that satisfies your belly and your soul.
This salad could easily be served cold and still be as delicious.
A lightened-up, healthy quinoa bake that you can enjoy completely guilt-free. Reminiscent of enchiladas, slightly spicy and super satisfying, full of black beans, veggies, and cheesy goodness. And the leftovers taste even better!
With a proper balance of protein, fiber, carbohydrate, and vegetables the salad tastes as good as it looks! The sweet and spicy dressing brings all the elements harmoniously together. It’s a tasty meal to pack for lunch or make for dinner.