Roasted Tomato Jam Lamb Burgers
Give your grilling season some variety with these savory lamb burgers with creamy feta sauce
Give your grilling season some variety with these savory lamb burgers with creamy feta sauce
We take a fast-food favorite and add fresh ingredients, spices, and herbs.
Take a trip to New Orleans with this Southern comfort meal.
Coconut curry goes meatless in this speedy, healthy recipe.
Miso is a good source of manganese, vitamin K, zinc, fiber and protein. As a fermented food, miso also naturally contains beneficial probiotics that support good gut health.
Bring spring to your dinner table with this garden-fresh spaghetti packed with seasonal herbs, asparagus and zucchini. If you have a shredder attachment for your food processor, save time and use it to shred the zucchini. Save the prettiest basil leaves from the bunch to sprinkle over each dish before serving.
This mushroom-based hash is packed with savory herbs, spices and protein
There's a new steak in town – and, surprisingly, it's made from cauliflower
Sick of mid-week pizza? Try this white pizza with three types of creamy cheese and Swiss chard.
Of all the things you didn’t think you could make in your crockpot, chicken wings likely take the cake. Enjoy these saucy wings with a side of crunchy crudités or sweet potato fries.
These juicy, open-faced burgers are smothered with a sweet and tangy basil yogurt sauce and topped with cheese, avocado and all the fixings – we promise, they’ll be your new favorite burgers!
Perfectly portable for a potluck or a straight-to-table trip from the oven, this creamy kale and sausage pasta dish is hearty, filling and great for leftovers.
Bring the refreshing flavors of mango and mint to this satisfying and deceptively simple dinner.
This homemade aioli with zesty lemon and fresh dill brightens up this simple roasted salmon with potatoes and asparagus.
This southwestern-style dinner is filling, flavorful and fun.
It's a bowl of classic chicken soup, but amped up with extra-healthy additions.
You're one pan and done! Nutritious cauliflower rice steps up to the plate in this scrumptious and colorful chicken and veg combo.
Quick-cooking cutlets allow you to stretch and wrap lean cuts of meat with succulent flavors and crunchy textures, totally customizable to your tastes.
Delicate salmon is cooked with a spicy harissa sauce and accompanied by a flavorful and filling crunchy salad.
This super clean dish is packed with protein from the herby chicken meatballs, while a colorful array of veggies lend a massive nutritional boost. We use just one pan and lots of EVOO to bring this pretty platter to life.
This oh-so-comforting artichoke chicken dinner is so quick and easy, you'll want to make it tonight.
We're skipping the deep fryer – but still bringing the flavor – with these oven-baked, sesame-crusted falafel served over salad with a zesty tahini dressing.
Falafels aren't just rich in protein. Just 1 serving of our falafel-filled sandwich provides almost half of your daily value of folate, essential for rapidly growing tissues.
We've achieved the ultimate crispy gluten-free fish sticks with the help of a clever hack to replace traditional breadcrumbs.
These saucy sirloin beef wraps come together in under 30 minutes for the ultimate easy dinner. TIP: Don't underestimate the power of herbs! For bright flavor in every bite, top these beef wraps with cilantro.
Meaty wild salmon steaks hold up beautifully on a hot grill, and our Japanese-inspired sauce is so addictive you’ll be making it a regular in your dinner rotation.
This simple technique makes for a one-pan supper that’s weeknight-friendly and supremely delicious.
A plant-based meat substitute that has a smoky, umami flavor with zero chemicals and weird additives? We did it, you’re going to love it and here’s how to make it.
An easy, one-bowl marinade uses Korean staples like gochujang and gochugaru to bring bold flavor to this steak. Not a steak fan? Use the same marinade for chicken, pork or even tofu.
In this Mediterranean bowl, red lentils and potatoes form the base of these plant-based kebabs. With seasoned rice, crunchy snap peas and a turmeric-tahini sauce, this is a full meal in a bowl.
This bowl uses sumac, a tart citrusy berry that is ground into a powder, to add flavor to the chicken as well as rich color to the yogurt sauce overtop. For a twist, we call for forbidden rice, but you can use any rice variety you have on hand.
Halloumi, a semi-firm cheese with a high melting point, makes a great protein-rich addition to this quinoa-based bowl. A quick vinaigrette pulsed in the food processor using sun-dried tomatoes and pine nuts provides rich flavor.
A bowl is a perfect anytime meal – sweet or savory, they can be made for breakfast, lunch or dinner. We’re showing you how to build your own bowl, and sharing three vibrant Mediterranean recipes to try.
Try these easy shrimp cakes for dinner tonight, made with cassava flour to keep them grain- and gluten-free, from Dr. Steven Gundry's new book.
Warning: These spicy, buttery twice-baked potatoes may be your new food fixation.
This tortilla salad reflects the diversity of flavors on the menu in Mexico City, including ingredients typical of southwestern cuisines, such as chipotle chile peppers.
The origin stories of this famous soup are as varied as its ingredients, but while many people disagree on its origins, one thing is clear: This smoky, vegetable-packed soup is not to be missed.
Salad isn’t just for summer – mixed lettuces help contribute toward your hydration level at any time of year. The flavorful miso dressing contains puréed carrot, a surprise addition for added fiber and antioxidants.
Scrubbing the beets and leaving the skins on means you don’t have to peel them later, and slicing helps them to roast faster. The fish adds a delicately smoky note, while the chickpeas help boost the protein level of this creative fall vegetable salad.
Chipotle chiles are smoked, dried jalapeño peppers, and they lend a rich flavor and some heat here. Warning: the crispy quinoa topping is highly addictive.
Not your average quinoa bowl, this version spoons a warm sesame sauce spiked with refreshing orange over wild salmon and a bevy of tender veggies.
With deep umami flavor and notes of ginger, this stir-fry is a staff favorite. If you prefer to go meatless, you can swap out the beef for extra- firm tofu. Serve with brown rice and a drizzle of sriracha.
A rich, herbaceous butter turns this simple roasted chicken into a wow-worthy dish.
An array of nutritious vegetables are piled into this gorgeous soup topped with shredded chicken. Parmesan cheese is made into crispy crackers to use over top instead of croutons.
This veggie-rich salad with pops of dried cherries can be fully assembled and dressed the night before. Store-bought rotisserie chicken makes it hassle-free, too.
Grilled lobster tails served with street corn purée are delicious and decadent, and grilling them is super quick and easy!
This spiced chicken brings the heat, while refreshing corn salsa made with sweet tomatoes and creamy avocados lends balance and crunch.
Meatless Monday has a nice ring to it, but meatless Fridays make a lot more sense to us — use up all your perishable proteins early on in the week and then eat vegetarian to finish up the produce you have left. Halloumi is a semi-hard cheese that stands up to heat without melting, making it the perfect meatless protein to make on the grill. Make the vinaigrette on Sunday, and prep the salad the day of.
A little smoky, slightly sweet and paired with perfectly charred baby bell peppers, these wings are next level.
This marinated steak uses bold flavors such as ginger and fish sauce. Make the marinade in advance, but only add the steak the same day. The pickled carrots and cucumbers are a great make-ahead side. You can also serve this dish with brown rice.
Impress your family with this lemon- and garlic-stuffed whole fish on the grill that’s surprisingly easy to put together. Make the aioli on your Sunday prep day so you can simply assemble and grill the fish right before eating.
Giving the romaine hearts a quick turn on the grill imparts a smoky taste to this Greek salad that's incredibly appealing. The combo of tender lamb and salad is definitely entertaining-ready.
Using frozen riced cauliflower helps shorten prep time so this nutritious bowl is on the table quickly. If baby bok choy isn’t readily available, chop up about 7 cups of regular bok choy. Garnish with sliced red chiles for color and heat.
No grains in this easy, pleasing pizza! You can use whatever color olives you like best or change up the toppings for other favorites. Serve with a green salad or sautéed greens for a well-rounded meal.
If you can make the slaw up to a day ahead, do it – it tastes even better when it’s had time to relax and the flavors have blended. Simply cover and refrigerate until serving time. Get creative and add additional toppings like sliced radishes, diced avocado or sour cream.
To keep this dinner lightning-fast, serve it with a quickly sautéed veg like green beans or spinach. Simply cook in the same skillet in any remaining butter.
No need for a bottled sauce — here, you can make a quick, zesty teriyaki using orange juice, ginger and a few pantry staples. The recipe makes enough to coat the fish before roasting with plenty left over for drizzling and dipping at the table. (Tasty tip: Try it on the broccoli!)
Tender, meaty mushrooms are smothered in a tangy salsa and topped with gooey cheese for a veg-heavy main dish.
Make peas the star of this bright dish by adding them to this classic ravioli.
A flavorful balsamic glaze coats this light and flaky halibut. Served with roasted veggies, it makes a light but filling meal.
Tender chicken is seasoned with tangy Dijon mustard and coated in panko breadcrumbs for a crispy, crunchy main dish. It's paired with garlicky smashed potatoes for the ultimate comfort meal.
Butter makes everything better – so go ahead, embrace it on a ketotarian diet. It adds richness to this uber easy sautéed sole with crunchy carrots, bell pepper and snap peas.
Honey and sriracha glaze gives the salmon an amazing sweet and spicy flavor. The avocado salsa is the perfect finish for this fast and easy dinner.
The combination of sweet, fresh pineapple, salty fish sauce and spicy chile sauce is typical of Thai dishes.
A hearty, white-fleshed fish, mahi mahi stands up well to the bold flavors of pineapple and red bell pepper.
The colorful and hearty blend of black beans, corn, tomatoes, lime and cilantro enveloping the meatballs fills out this 20-minutes dish.
These crisp shrimp get a nutritional boost from flax in the coconut mixture that coats them, and make a delicious, Thai-inspired entree standing on their own or paired with kasha, pearled barley or wild rice.
We've taken the classic combo of grilled cheese and tomato soup and reinvented it. In our version, the grilled cheese is made into croutons and served on the soup — chop them larger or smaller depending on your preference.
Pinto beans lend body while also adding a dose of satiating protein and fiber to this spicy soup. Adapt the toppings to your taste — we love it with tangy pickled onions, but they are completely optional. Avocado, cilantro, jalapeños and radishes all make great toppers as well.
Let this spiced chicken curry warm you up from the inside out. This recipe is packed with veggies and has a silky coconut milk base for a dish that is both indulgent and healthy.
Homemade meatballs that use coconut flour as a binder get simmered in a hearty tomato sauce and served on a bed of cauliflower rice.
An almond flour coating gives these spicy bites a crispy exterior without the need for bread crumbs. Paired with a dip made of heart-healthy fats, you have a satiating side. Serve it hot right from the oven for best texture.
This baked fajita recipe uses pork instead of the usual beef or chicken. And it's easy to make — just cut up the pork and veggies, then pop them in the oven. The outcome is juicy and tender pork and a dinner that's packed with flavor.
Fennel is a great source of vitamins and minerals. Combine it with fresh veggies and chicken breast for a flavorful dish.
Go beyond the potato with this skillet-baked sweet potato latke topped with ricotta, lemon zest and dill.
Roasted portobello mushrooms stuffed with artichoke hearts, salmon and bulgar create a hearty and delicious main dish.
The medley of fall vegetables combine to make a wonderfully warm and comforting soup.
Brown rice is topped with roasted carrots, parsnips and Brussels sprouts for a filling and warming meal in a bowl. The salmon is baked with a zesty miso glaze that doubles as the sauce.
With heartier greens, tender grains and dressings with major flavor, these 10-ingredient salads are satisfying and warming enough for a winter main.
Chewy farro provides toothsome texture to this meatless salad topped with feta, olives and roasted grapes.