Sheet-Pan Lemon Parm ChickenBy Kathleen GloverSheet-pan lemon parm chicken is a true hero of the weeknight dinner. It's easy and fast to make, with just a little bit of prep and around 20 minutes in the oven, this delicious dish can be your whole meal. This recipe is also highly customizable, besides asparagus, you can add any vegetables you like! The key, when making a one-pan meal is in staggering your ingredients. If you do that properly, you'll have a complete meal for friends or family. One tip for this recipe is, do not top chicken breasts with the honey lemon mixture unless eating immediately and aren't planning on having leftovers since it will make it soggy.
Corned Beef HashBy Kathleen GloverCorned beef hash is an easy and quick recipe because you can concentrate on poaching your eggs while the hash cooks itself. This recipe is a great choice for using up leftovers of corned beef, or leftover carrots and potatoes. In this recipe, we use the eye of round corned beef. It's lean and doesn't have fat around the cut. Also, if you prefer fried eggs, or don't want to spend the time to poaching, you can make it that way too.
Honey Garlic SalmonBy Kathleen GloverHoney garlic salmon is one of the best stovetop salmon recipes for busy weeknights. Juicy salmon fillets with a caramelized honey crust and a hint of garlic (since garlic makes everything taste better)! It goes great with salad, mashed potatoes, or roasted veggies. Just whisk honey, garlic, lemon juice, salt, and pepper together, and let's get to marinating the fresh salmon!
Oven Baked Vegan Black Bean BurgersBy Kathleen GloverIf you've been looking for a juicy veggie burger option look no further. Our black bean burgers pack a lot of protein into a patty and come out firm instead of mushy like some other veggie burger options. By using flax to make a "flax egg", you won't even miss the traditional egg as a burger binder. These patties don't take a lot of prep time so they can be easy enough to whip up on a weekday, or prepped in advance and frozen, just defrost and bake when you need them. And the fact that these burgers are baked rather than grilled means that you can make these in big batches, just double or triple the recipe if you're cooking for a crowd! If you have a gluten allergy, you can substitute breadcrumbs, with gluten-free breadcrumbs and you can use grilled portabella mushrooms instead of buns.
Garlic Mushroom SpaghettiBy Kathleen GloverGarlic mushroom spaghetti is a meatless dish, that is quick and easy to make. This recipe is creamy and delicious, a great choice for a vegetarian meal. Who could resist buttery pasta, delicious mushrooms, irresistible fragrant garlic, and just a touch of savory Pecorino Romano cheese.
Buffalo Chicken Sloppy JoesBy Kathleen GloverBuffalo Chicken Sloppy Joes are the ultimate comfort food, but by using lean ground chicken and not loading it up with butter and oil we can indulge more frequently than we could with wings. If you would like the whole wings-with-carrots-and-celery experience, you can substitute half the carrots with celery. You can use any type of dressing you like, traditionally we like ranch or blue cheese, or just sprinkle some crumbled blue cheese on top. This recipe only uses one pan, tastes like your favorite bar snack, and is secretly healthy! What more could you ask for?
“Better Than Takeout” Orange ChickenBy Kathleen GloverInstead of reaching for the phone to order Chinese food, just make your favorite dish at home! This orange chicken is even better than the typical take out version, and not just because it's healthier. Just prepare some basmati rice as a side dish, and you have a complete lunch or a dinner. The sauce is the highlight of this recipe - the creaminess of the peanut butter and the sweet and fresh citrus orange flavor give such great flavor and a zesty kick to the meal.
Homemade Mozzarella Sticks RecipeBy Kathleen GloverSometimes you just want a recipe that is nostalgic, indulgent, and easy to make...and that's exactly what this is! This recipe is great as a snack or as an appetizer because, who doesn't love cheese? Especially in crispy, melting cheese sticks. It's a quick and easy recipe, that everyone can make. Kids will love this recipe and you can even include them in making it, because it's going to be fun for them too. You can also make it ahead and put it in the freezer, for later. The most important thing to remember about this recipe is not to rush the frying process because if the oil is not hot enough, the crust will not sear, and the cheese is going to leak.
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