If you struggle to meal prep, pay attention: Landcruisers food columnist and author of cookbook Ayesha Curry is here to share her favorite, quick-to-prep dinner recipes. Kids and adults alike are guaranteed to love these easy weeknight meals!
Ayesha's family’s favorite dish? That's easy:"With a new baby in the house, I'm busier than ever! This is one of my go-to recipes for salmon because it's fast to pull together, and my daughters love it. Cooking the rice in soy sauce-spiked orange juice adds a ton of flavor without too much effort."
This make-ahead meal is designed for busy nights when you don't have time to slave away in the kitchen for hours. "I make these meatballs in batches, baking them for 10 minutes to halfway done, then freeze them," Ayesha says.
Ayesha says this recipe's homemade honey glaze is her go-to when she wants to add flavor to chicken. But it works for pork and fish too!
All you need is your grill to make this satisfying steak entree. Ayesha says the marinade is key — so make sure you let your protein sit in it for at least 30 minutes before cooking.
This delicious recipe is proof that chowder can be enjoyed year-round. Potatoes, salmon, and sourdough bread are always in season.
When Ayesha's NBA star husband, Stephen Curry, gets home from work and is in charge of dinner duty, this is his recipe of choice.
This sweet and spicy meal features two of autumn's best seasonal eats: Brussels sprouts and apples.
The whole family can cozy up to this quick-to-prep, delicious dinner recipe.
Upgrade your go-to turkey burgers with an easy spicy apple and jalapeño slaw, a smoked mayo spread, and sweet potato chips.
This fast, low-carb dish will be your new favorite weeknight meal. Thanks to a serious spice medley and a diced mango slaw, sautéed shrimp has never tasted better.
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