Sheet-Pan Salmon with Dill Aioli & Roasted Vegetables
This homemade aioli with zesty lemon and fresh dill brightens up this simple roasted salmon with potatoes and asparagus.
This homemade aioli with zesty lemon and fresh dill brightens up this simple roasted salmon with potatoes and asparagus.
Try this recipe when pizza night needs a little spicing up
Spoiler alert: There’s a place for white, yellow, red, purple, and orange spuds at your table.
The hallmark of air-fryer fries is their crispiness.
This comfort food casserole tastes just like your fave cheese-covered scalloped potatoes, but they're completely dairy-free.
We’re sharing a few nonstandard ways to use up your leftover bird, from an innovative papaya salad to potato pancakes.
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In our Creamy Lobster Mashed Potatoes, we take an everyday side and make it ultra-indulgent with lobster, cream cheese and cheddar.
Warning: These spicy, buttery twice-baked potatoes may be your new food fixation.
Get up and go with these morning meals, all no-sugar recipes that won’t have you crashing by 10 am. Psst... there’s even a little something for sweet-seekers.
Buffalo wing sauce is the signature ingredient that gives this casserole its tangy, fiery kick. Since this recipe uses cooked chicken, this is a delicious dish to whip up when you have leftover rotisserie chicken hanging out in the fridge.
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.
Never bland or boring, these sides, snacks and full-blown meals show just how versatile spuds can be.
This quick and easy, Whole30-compliant flavorful potato salad can be served as a side or work as a protein-packed meal all by itself.
Thin slices of Yukon Gold potatoes are arranged in a spiral pattern, brushed with ghee and sprinkled with salt, then baked until golden brown.
Sweet and crispy, these sweet potato latkes are really hard to beat, especially as a breakfast side paired with bacon and eggs.
This hash is an excellent choice for a make ahead breakfast or lunch option during the week or even a busy weeknight dinner, paired with some eggs and avocado.
Tender brisket slowly roasted with potatoes, apples, beets and walnuts makes a rich, flavorful weeknight or company-worthy meal.
Make peas the star of this bright dish by adding them to this classic ravioli.
We've taken the traditional BBQ side dish and turned it into an equally winter-friendly meal, ready in just 30 minutes and sure to refresh, thanks to its lemony vinaigrette.
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.
Hearty roasted veggies – including purple potatoes, celery root, turnip and parsnips – are tossed with a quick herbed pesto made with parsley, basil and a lot of lemon for a fresh, zesty take on this classic side.
The combination of beets and carrots make these baked latkes naturally sweet. The feta and chive crumble adds some savory flavor to the dish.
You can't go wrong with this classic potato latke. Ours are baked instead of fried, so you can indulge without the guilt.
Make the most of farm-fresh ingredients this summer with these easy roasted potatoes.
Put our version of this classic comfort food on the table tonight in no time at all.
Creamy and delicious this side dish is low-carb, dairy-free and gluten-free.
Soup is great for holiday entertaining because it can be prepared days or even weeks in advance then simply reheated before serving. This one, featuring sweet, nutty parsnips, has rich fall flavors and is especially easy to make.
This savory crumble is hearty and filling and packed with good-for-your veggies.
In our twist on a traditional potato salad, a fresh and fragrant pesto brings the chicken, potatoes and green beans together. We’ve suggested poached chicken here, but you can use any leftover chicken you have on hand.
Called patatas bravas in Spanish, or “fierce potatoes,” these crispy little nuggets of potato are usually deep-fried in olive oil, but they’re equally wonderful roasted in the oven with just a kiss of oil as we’ve done. Serve with romesco, a rich sauce made of roasted peppers and almonds that’s great on any roasted vegetable, and garnish with chopped almonds or a spinkle of smoked paprika.
A cross between a latke and a hash brown, these crispy waffles made from spiralized potatoes are a must-try. We love them with a little yogurt and maple syrup, but you can also load them up with salmon and dill for a heartier meal.
Start that grill and get your drinks on ice—it's time to get your crowd fed and happy with these clean holiday favorites.
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Halibut is high in protein and cooks quickly in parchment paper, making this an ideal clean dinner recipe for busy weeknights.
Food blogger Sapana Chandra of Real + Vibrant shares one of her favorite clean recipes: Indian Aloo Gobi.
Russet potatoes are a rich source of the water-soluble vitamin B6, which is necessary for red blood cell formation and for brain and nervous system health. Bright red in color, sumac adds a tangy pop to ordinary fries.
A serving of fava beans offers a whopping 9 grams of fiber, which makes these legumes a perfect partner for lean lamb.
These spiced, baked fingers, with their sidekick of fiber-full skin-on mashed potatoes, will satisfy your fish stick cravings without giving you diners' remorse.
A traditional English dish, bubble and squeak was created as a way to use up Sunday's mashed potatoes along with just about any other leftover veggies. We put a healthy, Indian-inspired spin on the classic with these potato and kale patties subtly spiced with a blend of ginger and curry powder.
Put a Swedish twist on your spuds with this centuries-old technique that yields a dish similar to a baked potato but with slits cut into it for the buttery toppings to drip down into and cover every delicious crevice.
A classic gratin is a gorgeous addition to any holiday table. Ours has a crispy panko topping infused with lemon zest and rosemary.
Sweet potatoes are counterbalanced by pungent Gorgonzola cheese and savory turkey bacon in these rich twice-baked sweet potatoes.
Fall is the season for one-pot wonders. Try our freezer-friendly Artichoke Chowder, great for a soul-satisfying lunch or dinner paired with whole-grain crusty bread or crackers.
Smoked paprika is a time-strapped cook’s best friend – it instantly lends a smoky flavor and rich aroma to everything it touches. Here, it makes this saucy dish taste like it’s been simmering for hours. Bone-in chicken thighs are often sold with the skin still attached, but it’s easy to remove yourself: Simply grasp the edge of the skin with paper towel and pull it away in one go. Sprinkle with fresh herbs, such as oregano or basil, just before serving.
Make restaurant-style potato wedges at home. A combination of smoked paprika and chile powder impart incredible barbecue flavor to our baked wedges - no deep-fryer needed!
Grilled lettuce and flank steak get a burst of flavor from a light citrus vinaigrette in this dish. Topped with crumbled blue cheese and walnut pieces, this dish is a perfect summertime meal that both steak and salad lovers can agree on.
These individual meal-in-one packets are great for camping, weekends at the cottage or entertaining on the patio.
Get started on this side before starting the chicken so that they’ll be piping hot and ready at the same time.
Yes, we’ve actually put potatoes in a waffle maker – and they’re incredible! You’ll find yourself making them over and over again with our Mushroom Chicken Hash smothered over top.
These low-calorie veggie potato soufflés can serve as a side dish or light meal.
Russet potatoes have a dry, starchy flesh that becomes wonderfully fluffy when baked, making them the ideal candidate for these richly spiced twice-baked potatoes. Serrano chiles can be quite hot, so reduce the amount used (or substitute with milder jalapeño) if you prefer this dish to be milder.
This purple potato salad is given a protein boost with hard-boiled eggs and all-natural turkey bacon to give you 12 grams of protein per serving. Protein combined with slow-burning carbs like purple potatoes can provide you with sustained energy throughout the day.
This classic English staple, which is often loaded with calories, fat and sodium, gets a makeover by swapping out the ground beef for protein-rich lentils and tasty broccoli. redskins.
Fragrant cilantro replaces traditional basil in our easy Clean Eating recipe for pesto sauce, which pairs beautifully with juicy pork, hearty potatoes and sweet plantains.
From clean twists on the classics to daringly delicious new favorites, these potato dishes will enhance any holiday table.
Don’t Underestimate Spuds: Potatoes have been treated unfairly over the years, but the redskins in this recipe provide about half of this recipe’s vitamin C and potassium – you’ll meet nearly 30% and 33% of your DV of the two nutrients, respectively, in 1 hearty serving. While the well-known immunity vitamin is also necessary for the formation of collagen and the healing of wounds, the mineral potassium may help lower blood pressure.
This thick seafood chowder is not only satisfying, but it's a protein powerhouse.
Here, mussels are roasted on top of a hearty, fresh tomato sauce brimming with vegetables. Serve whole-grain bread on the side – you’ll want to sop up every drop.
Crawfish are very tender and really soak up the seasoning of this broth. Serve this dish in large, shallow bowls with seafood crackers.
Shallots, rosemary and farmstand-fresh blackberries turn ordinary chicken and potatoes into a showstopper of a meal.
This Greek-inspired entrée couldn’t be simpler to prepare – just toss and roast. Round out the meal by serving it with a salad or fresh fruit for dessert.
This comforting vegetable dish is perfect for a weeknight meal – and impressive enough to serve for company.
In this gourmet twist on steak ’n’ potatoes, a shallot-blue cheese butter is melted over the steak. Golden potatoes are made even more vibrant with the addition of tri-color carrots.
Irish Stew couldn't be easier. Just combine the ingredients in a pot, put the pot in the oven and wait. It's even better made a day ahead–the soft potatoes will break up in the liquid, making it thicker and more flavorful.
A homemade, chile-spiked roasted red bell pepper sauce dresses up these vegetable enchiladas stuffed with purple potatoes and tomatillos.
Maple syrup vinaigrette and sausage provide a delicious twist on potato salad.
Sometimes called scalloped potatoes, a potato gratin is a beautiful addition to your holiday table. This version has fennel tucked into it, adding a lovely flavor to the dish.
Rich and satisfying old-fashioned chicken pot pie filling is topped with quick homemade biscuits in this family favorite.
Serving roasted potatoes means you’re not a slave to the stove top; the oven does the work and you get more time with your guests. And don’t be misled by the short ingredients list – this recipe is loaded with flavor.
Lime, honey and roasted red peppers are combined to make a savory-sweet glaze for our modern take on meatloaf.
Kofta are spiced meatballs traditionally made with beef or lamb. While pumpkin is not customary, we’ve added it here to provide maximum juiciness to lean ground chicken. Try serving our Middle Eastern chicken kofta with whole-wheat pitas, or, for a lower carb option, grilled eggplant slices.
Thanks to its namesake legume and sweet potatoes, this coconut-laced lentil soup packs a whopping 8 grams of fiber!
A Portuguese specialty, piri piri are hot chiles that are blended into a pungent sauce. Here, we use them as a marinade for chicken thighs along with yogurt and a blend of spices. While yogurt is not traditional, it's a great substitute for oil in marinades such as this one. Try serving with grilled tomatoes and lemon wedges.
Swap the fatty fare in lieu of clean party snacks for Super Bowl 2014 - your family and friends won't know the difference with succulent baked shrimp, stuffed mushrooms and turkey bacon-laced smashed potatoes.
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Your slow cooker isn't just for stews anymore - use your favorite winter appliance to make a variety of sides all year long!
Topping a dish with a poached egg is like putting a bright red bow on top of a package - it's a sure sign that something special has arrived.
For a simple meal following a trip to your favorite farmer's market, try this vegan potato leek soup from Chef Doug Katz of Cleveland, Ohio.
No skillet is required to make this scrumptious chicken tossed with a sweet and spicy peanut sauce. Just pack it into the foil and take it out to the grill – it’s a no-mess dinner solution!