These tandoori-spiced chickpeas get slow-cooked with aromatics in oil, and they’re sublime for a make-ahead meal.
Savory, warming miso soup is a Japanese mainstay, commonly enjoyed for breakfast alongside rice, eggs, fish, and pickles.
Shepherd’s pie is a hearty British dish of savory ground lamb studded with onions, carrots, and peas and cooked beneath a golden mashed potato crust.
Garlicky, buttery shrimp scampi is an Italian-American restaurant staple that takes little more than a skillet and 15 minutes of your time to make at home.
Baking salmon in a low oven keeps the fillets moist and tender for an elegant meal that’s virtually guaranteed to become a staple in your repertoire.
Nothing says I love you like brown-butter scallops.
Turkey doesn’t always have to mean Thanksgiving–these recipes let you enjoy it year-round.
These budget dinners feed four people for $10 or less.
For these recipes, you'll make a double batch of a base sauce. Use half for one dish, and then turn the remainder into a radically different meal the following night.
This classic cheese fondue recipe relies on Emmental and Gruyère, plus a little bit of cornstarch, which will prevent the cheese and wine from separating.
Tossed with pasta or cooked into shrimp and rice, the sweet and briny pair make a killer sauce.
Make this shrimp risotto for a weeknight dinner. With bright flavor from lemon zest and fresh asparagus, it’s an ideal meal for spring.
You could eat it simply with rice or flatbread, but even better? Spoon it into baked bell peppers or crispy cheese sandwiches.
Starring crispy fried thigh meat dressed in a savory, citrus glaze, orange chicken is a Chinese American take-out staple well worth making at home.
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Winning chicken dinners that don’t require you to carve an unwieldy roasted bird.