Plot out what your family will enjoy for dinner for the next month with these helpful day-to-day meal planners.
Start the new year off with a big bowl of this spicy, meaty hoppin' John.
Traditional curry tends to be thick and rich—with calories to match. This 398-calorie version is brighter and lighter, with a thin sauce and curry seasoning rubbed right into the chicken for maximum flavor.
This lasagna, packed with vibrant, healthy spinach and tangy feta, freezes well so it's easy to make up in advance, heat, and enjoy when your schedule gets hectic.
These pork tacos are made with an Asian spin, using ingredients like soy sauce and orange zest.
COOK'S TIP: To make strips, angle the carrot on the cutting board and use a vegetable peeler to shave ribbons from top to bottom. Rotate every few peels.
Curry powder, along with fresh ginger and garlic, revitalize this otherwise basic combination of ingredients.
There's nothing more satisfying than classic English fare on a blustery winter's day.
You'll never miss the meat in this Tex-Mex take on a burrito, with filling avocado and black beans wrapped in a whole-wheat tortilla with red pepper, carrots, lettuce, salsa and cilantro.
Make it vegetarian: Substitute 1/2 pound sweet potatoes (cut into 3/4-inch pieces) for the chicken. Roast the vegetables on nonstick foil. After wilting the kale, move the vegetables aside to make 4 small holes. Crack an egg into each hole; roast 8 to 10 minutes for slightly runny yolks.
The vegetables in this dish not only lend nutrition, but color and crunch as well. Feel free to substitute sugar snap peas or snow peas for the green beans, but don't skimp on the fresh ginger—the powdered version won't hold its own in this dish.
You can make this dish ahead of time! Form patties and freeze for up to 1 month. Cook from frozen at 425 degrees F until warm and cooked through, 15 to 20 minutes.
Stewing pork in the slow cooker is a cost- and time-effective way of making a delicious dinner. Adding citrus and cinnamon makes this dish incredibly flavorful and satisfying.
Sometimes a simple salad won't cut it for dinner, which is why this salad uses the meaty sweet potato to add flavor and nutrition. Play around with the starches you have on hand for an easy weeknight meal.
Kale contains folate which may boost memory, as well as calcium and potassium which help keep the heart healthy. Greek yogurt provides a significant source of protein (double that of regular yogurt), which curbs appetite and aids weight loss.
This delicious steak dish may use simple ingredients, but its flavor is sophisticated and bright especially the roasted lemon.
For a lighter take on winter cooking, try this bright-tasting fish dish. Sautéing the tomatoes (the grape variety are best in colder months) and orange slices bring out the sweetness of both, and the combo pairs terrifically with cooked ginger and garlic.
Add some Latin flavor to your dinner routine with this unbelievably good sandwich. Yum!
The broccoli in this pasta sauce is a tasty and nutritious swap for the usual pesto herbs. Vegetarians and meat lovers will both enjoy this surprisingly flavorful dish!
This quick, low-calorie meal is packed with tangy, lemon-infused heat, and is perfect for a fast weeknight dinner.
This rich and creamy vegetarian lasagna tastes even more delicious with our Escarole and Olive Salad on the side.
For a kid-friendly and all around people-pleasing dish, try making your own fish sticks, and bake them for a healthy alternative to frying.
"Classic, comforting, and simple, this salad is all about getting those little details spot-on...This is hard to beat." —Jamie Oliver
This comforting classic does dinner double-duty in the winters — in 25 minutes it warms you up and gives you a healthy boost of vitamins.
Ready in only 25 minutes and freezable for up to 3 months, this chili is a weeknight sanity saver.
Roasting cauliflower is an easy way to bring out its naturally rich and nutty flavor, which is a perfect complement to a beautifully cooked steak.
Sweet with a subtle zing, this broiled salmon recipe is all about the sauce, which tastes complex but is a breeze to make. Just whisk together hoisin sauce with minced fresh ginger and honey.
To make this vegetarian, swap the pork for 1½ pounds of chopped root vegetables (like sweet potatoes, parsnips, and rutabaga). Decrease the cooking time by 2 hours.
This vibrant update on a classic is packed with butternut squash, sweet potatoes, and loads of nutrients.
Soba noodles are rich in manganese, which may lower your risk for diabetes and arthritis.
For this family favorite, the thinner the slices of beef, the better. To create extra-thin strips, place the steak in the freezer for 20 minutes before cutting—the chilled meat will be easier to slice into.