Trisha Yearwood uses pressure-cooked chicken breasts for the main ingredient in this dish. The rich casserole will feed a crowd or make great leftovers.
These enchiladas are so loaded with fiber-packed black beans and sweet corn, we promise, you won't miss the meat.
Grown-ups and kids will agree: These fish sticks are fun to eat! Tortilla chips give them an ultra-crunchy texture, while the citrusy slaw (also terrific with grilled chicken or kebabs) adds brightness.
This colorful, quick dinner dish is a great way to use up leftover rice, ham, or other odds and ends you might have languishing in the fridge.
Prepare this cheesy quiche up to two days in advance (tossing in diced ham if you like) and have it do double duty: as part of Sunday brunch, then paired with a side salad for dinner the next day.
The spice of poblano peppers gives this dish of roasted chicken and potatoes a lively kick.
Hearty, meaty, and super satisfying, this is a quick recipe for throwing together a family-pleasing Italian favorite.
This light and healthy meal is low in calories, but isn't short on flavor.
Tender pork, piquant horseradish, and crunchy cabbage and cucumbers make for one seriously satisfying weeknight dinner.
Roasting the broccoli brings out the full flavor of this classic and comforting soup.
Save time by shredding the chicken while it's still warm. The tender meat will easily fall from the bones, cold meat is tougher to pull away.
Cilantro, ground cumin, chipotle chiles, and oregano add Mexican flair to a classic meatball recipe.
Fast, light and filled with sweet-hot flavor, this heart-healthy pasta gets everything you need for dinner in one bowl: greens, grains and protein in the form of briny, plump shrimp.
This one-pan roasted dish is the epitome of ease: It requires minimal prep and you can swap out ingredients at will; use Bartlett pears instead of apples or pork sausage instead of chicken (just add five minutes to the cooking time).
Bored with your go-to vegetable soup recipe? Try this Moroccan version and switch things up!
Avocado is packed with monounsaturated fats that help reduce inflammation and will help you feel fuller longer.
This Irish classic takes only 20 minutes of active prep and will satisfy the largest of appetites. You’ll want to keep the mustard sauce recipe handy—it’s ideal for sandwiches or on grilled chicken come summer.
Turn the simple sandwich into a quick and easy dinner, on the table in just 20 minutes.
In just 30 minutes, you can make this savory supper, packed with deliciously flavored pork. This dish also gives you yummy leftovers!
Trisha Yearwood's chili recipe has all the classic elements, but with a twist or two. Using shredded instead of chopped carrots shortens the simmering time, while refried beans give it that thick and hearty consistency.
A chicken dinner is anything but boring when it includes creamy green beans and mushrooms.
This cheesy hash is a great new way to enjoy a classic.
Laced with loads of fresh veggies, like sweet bell pepper and tomatoes, this quick shrimp dish is a real weeknight winner.
Pierogies filled with soft, fluffy potato are comforting enough on their own, but when topped with tempting bacon and cabbage, they're taken to a whole new level.
Black beans make these vegetarian burgers both hearty and full of flavor.
Baking this crunchy, crowd-pleasing favorite makes it much healthier and lower fat than a traditional fried chicken recipe.
A store-bought crust makes this one-pan beef pie even easier, and the hearty filling is sure to make for a family favorite.
This healthy dish is small in calories but big in taste!
Easily feed a large group with this hearty, meaty soup!
Skip traditional dough and liven up pizza night with a more flavorful base for your pie. Polenta makes a delicate and delicious foundation for a mixture of button mushrooms, shiitakes, shallots and Gruyère cheese.