Here’s the thing about making food: everybody loves the food part, but not everyone has the time to make it. The thought of dishes piled up in the sink, or the process of preparing an endless list of ingredients you don’t have in your fridge can make preparing a meal a huge chore, but it doesn’t have to be that way!
Get yourself in and out of the kitchen swiftly this week by adding these dinners to your rotation.
"Tteokbokki" is one of the best-known snacks and comfort foods in Korea, and now you can make this popular street food in your own kitchen with this super easy recipe. It can be made in under 30 minutes and only requires one pan, so it makes for the perfect stress-free dinner!
Throw out that take-out menu and try this vegan take on a popular Thai dish. With its incredible combination of citrus, nutty, and lightly spiced flavors, eating clean has never tasted so good. These noodles are easy to pack up for lunch throughout the week too.
Switch it up with these Breakfast Burritos that are packed with protein. Customize and make them your own by swapping out the meat to make it vegetarian, or throwing in some of your favorite fixings and sauces.
Light and fresh with a bit of a spicy kick, these Asian-style tacos are a unique blend of cuisines and totally full of flavor. Put this on the menu for those nights when you’re feeling a little adventurous.
A popular item at upscale restaurants everywhere, risotto may not be the first food to come to mind when you think of quick and easy homemade dinners. So stay in and impress your friends tonight with this easy, 30-minute Mushroom Risotto.
This easy, no-nonsense snapper recipe is full of healthy fats, and will get you fed in no time. It's perfect for anyone on the paleo and pescatarian diet!
Skip the dishes with this warm and filling stew that's all made in one pot. It can be easily heated up for the next day's dinner as well.