No time to cook Cajun food? This Cajun shrimp and sausage pasta is ready in under 30 minutes and satisfies New Orleans food cravings.
Cajun Shrimp Pasta
Spicy cravings? This Szechuan stir fry is fiery. It's ready in 20 minutes and tossed with an easy homemade sauce.
Sizzlin' Spicy Szechuan Stir-Fry
Stove-top chicken Parmesan is faster than oven-baked. Simply bread, fry, and top chicken cutlets with tomato sauce and mozzarella. Then broil it to melt the cheese.
This bacon mushroom spinach frittata is great for leftovers the next morning. It can be eaten at any time of day with salad, bread, or hash browns.
Bacon Mushroom Spinach Frittata
Hawaiian poke bowls are healthy, flavorful, and quick to make. This 10-minute recipe turns sashimi-grade tuna into spicy shoyu ahi poke.
Shoyu Ahi Poke
A simple, cheesy pasta bake is comforting. This 20-minute tortellini bake uses ready-made spaghetti sauce to save time.
Twenty-minute Tortellini Bake
Baked bell pepper tacos make taco night healthier. They swap taco shells for a healthier, lower-carb dinner. You can use any ground meat (or vegetarian option) you like.
Tacos de pimienta