A healthier spin on fried chicken and potatoes, this recipe is packed with flavor and serves up half the guilt. Since it only takes about 30 to 40 minutes to make, it’s perfect for meal prepping or busy weekday dinners. If you’re serving any picky eaters, try subbing some of the asparagus for rainbow carrot slices, green beans or any other long veggies. Not only will it offer more variety, it will give even more pops of color. To maintain the bright colors of the asparagus or other veggies (and impress guests!), blanche veggies by dropping them in boiling water for a minute and transferring to ice water before sautéing with the garlic cloves!
This simple one-skillet meal is full of flavor! With only five ingredients, it makes an easy weeknight dinner for the whole family (even the kids will love it). This recipe easily doubles or triples to suit your family and tastes just as good, if not better, as leftovers — perfect for throwing in the kids’ or your husband’s lunch box. Drumsticks are generally one of the cheaper cuts of meat, so this will make for a quick, easy and budget-friendly meal.
This savory dish is the ultimate form of comfort food! The gravy-like sauce blends perfectly with mushrooms and sits below crispy chicken thighs. The recipe requires minimal prep and cooks in under 40 minutes, making it a great meal for those busy evenings when you want something warm and filling. Not a mushroom fan? Replace them with cauliflower or even thick-cut bacon! Make a double batch for leftovers, because once you taste this, you’ll want to enjoy every night of the week! To reheat, stir a few teaspoons of water or chicken stock into the gravy and microwave in 30-second intervals. Microwave or warm the chicken in the oven separately since ingredients will have different reheat times. To make a whole new breakfast or dinner from leftovers, bake some biscuits or rolls and serve the chicken and gravy overtop.
This chicken is simply bursting with flavor! Fresh squeezed orange juice meets the mellow flavor of thyme and the spicy notes of red pepper. Balanced out with the sweetness of honey, this dish is one everyone loves. Pair with delicata squash or your favorite seasonal veggies. Save yourself the hassle of peeling the squash and slice them into gorgeous rounds instead. Hint: If you add a bit of the glaze, some spray olive oil and flaky salt over your veggies, they will caramelize and crisp perfectly while they broil, which looks great and brings out the squash’s sweetness.