A dozen no-muss, no-fuss dinnertime options to choose from—including dessert.
Time for dinner after a long day at work followed by a blood pressure-raising drive home in bumper-to-bumper grumpiness. You're tired. You want to eat well, but you're a little grumpy yourself by now and you're not so sure you feel like whipping up boeuf bourguignon tonight. What's new, right? Here's what's new: a sizzling new line-up of fresh dinnertime dishes that cook up nice and yummy in a single pot, pan, skillet, or crockpot. A dinner that almost cooks itself with almost no clean-up afterward? We're sold.
Turkey sausage updates a traditional New Orleans recipe.
Build dinner around convenient pre-made ravioli.
A great light supper or appetizer to eat out of hand.
Fresh salmon, arugula and herbed cheese make a delicate, flavorful dinner.
Ramen noodles are the surprise ingredient in this Mexican-influenced casserole.
This easy braise makes a satisfying one-dish meal.
Rotisserie chicken and canned garbanzo beans make this hearty chili an easy meal.
Rotisserie bird, meet pilaf mix and frozen peas.
This slow-cooker dish produces a fork-tender spicy brisket.