Chicken, lentils, and things you probably already have on hand, can turn into a quick, hearty, healthy soup.
Steamed mussels in a fragrant lemongrass broth comes together quickly and is an easily adaptable recipe.
Two recipes create a satisfying vegetarian dinner for National Grilled Cheese Day: Quickly sautéed apple slices and arugula liven up a classic grilled cheese sandwich, and cumin and fresh cilantro do the same for lentil soup.
Ginger, garlic, and cilantro team up with a number of spices in this simple, fragrant chicken curry.
Garam masala spices and a creamy coconut milk tomato sauce transform roasted veggies into this tasty one-dish meal.
Use leftover chicken to make this easy weeknight meal that has a lovely, brisk flavor from celery seed seasoning.
An omelette stuffed with vegetables and cheese can make a simple go-to dinner. Involving children in the prep process might ensure that they eat it, too.
This comfort food dish riffs on Greek lemon rice soup, replacing chicken with tasty shrimp.
A fall-off-the-bone tender dish with fragrant spices in a coconut milk broth.
Inspired by the “fowl-mouthed” celebrity chef, Gordan Ramsay, this lively, weeknight dish comes together quickly.
Beans and rice is a Caribbean staple. Serve this classic Cuban ground beef dish over rice as the main meal or use as filling for tacos or empanadas.
Chicken thighs are browned, then roasted with shallots, lemons, garlic, and what sounds like way too much herbes de Provence. It isn’t.
Salty, garlicky kale and mushrooms get a big boost of flavor from bacon and thyme and the polenta is creamy and rich with Parmesan cheese.
A delicious vegetarian meal made from leftover polenta full of umami flavors.
These little boats of goodness have all of the tastiness of pizza but with the healthier twist of spaghetti squash.
A hearty, meaty stew made perfect with a drizzle of black truffle oil.
This economical yet delicious soup utilizes leftover turkey stuffing to make perfect dumplings.
The best part of Thanksgiving? Days of leftovers made from your favorite dishes. Here's how to combine a few favorites to make a turkey chowder.
Not many will openly admit they don't care for traditional Thanksgiving turkey. But there are many cuisine alternatives to choose from. This Asian twist on the poultry centerpiece will make the holiday feel new.
Comfort food for autumn: baked macaroni and cheese with delicata squash.
Cooking for one can be a chore for some. Instead, see it as a chance to indulge in old favorites and experiment a little.
In this favorite Afghan dish, kaddo bourani, baked pumpkin is sweetened with sugar and cinnamon, topped with a mint-flecked, garlicky yogurt sauce, and a drizzle of ground beef in a earthy, spiced tomato sauce.
This traditional Provençal pot roast is toothsome and ridiculously easy. Don’t let the anchovies scare you – they disappear into the dish, leaving only dialed-up umami behind.
Packed with umami flavors, cheese and herbed mushrooms on polenta makes a satisfying yet simple meal.
A hearty soup, in case you are feeling like hiding away like a hermit and avoiding all those Halloween party invites.