Listen, we're all about your health kick. That wheatgrass shot looks delicious! But the key to a lasting change is making smart swaps where you can -- and knowing what favorite indulgences you'd be miserable without.
"Sometimes, the best dinners are also the easiest to prepare. Not only does today's recipe fall right into that category, but it's also incredibly good for you! It's a steamed salmon that cooks directly on top of a bed of sauteed white beans."
"In the EDF test kitchen, we're always looking for new ways to roast a chicken. Not only does the result turn out beautifully, but it makes an elegant meal that feeds your whole family (what more could you want?)."
"This hearty but healthy dish also gets a sprinkle of breadcrumbs and Parmesan, which adds just the right amount of crunch. With the holiday season fully upon us, make this easy meatless dish (there's plenty of time for more turkey!)."
If you're like us, we bet you're sick of turning on your oven right about now...or maybe your unwashed baking pans are still staring you down from the sink. No matter! Think beyond stews and uncover the sweet side of your slow cooker with these brownies.
"This dinner is so easy and it takes less than 30 minutes to create! Just quickly saute chopped flank steak and then a bit of red onion and some cremini mushrooms (they add a lovely layer of earthiness to the finished dish)."
Be sure to save the turkey bones from your Thanksgiving feast -- you can use them to make a pot of flavorful stock. Simmer them with some onions, carrots, and celery, and you'll have a freezable, low-sodium base for soups, stews, rice dishes, and more.
"Today's recipe for icebox pumpkin mousse pie is the perfect treat to let you do just that. And since the crust in this dish is made from crumbled wafer cookies, you won't have to spend a minute mixing, chilling, or rolling out a dough."
"Mashed-potato lovers, meet your new best friend: duchess potatoes. This decadent side is every bit as creamy, buttery, and fluffy as its stove-top counterpart, but has one outstanding difference: These spuds can be made completely in advance."
"Thanksgiving might feel like it's far away, but it's right around the corner! My foolproof strategy is to get a head start on planning the meal, which is why I'll be making festive and seasonal dishes all week long."
" Today's recipe for Greek chicken with quick pickles, tomatoes, and tzatziki takes just 35 minutes from start to finish and is filled with flavors that seem like they took hours to create -- what's better than that?"
"Today, we're using Arborio rice (the grain often chosen for risotto), which has enough starch to make for an incredibly creamy dish. So creamy, in fact, that this recipe doesn't require any eggs or tempering."
Today, we're using puff pastry as the crust in a rustic apple tart. This dessert really couldn't be easier -- just score a border in your pastry before adding your apples and brushing everything with a quick egg wash before baking.
Middle-of-the-week dinners should be uncomplicated -- but they should also be delicious. Today's recipe for sauteed spinach with poached eggs and quinoa fits into both of those categories, and it's super healthy!
The recipe is simple; just coat boneless, skinless chicken breasts in flour, egg, and breadcrumbs (a.k.a., standard breading procedure), before quickly pan-frying them. While the chicken is cooking, make a perfect-for-fall salad of apples, red leaf lettuc
Homemade rubs are easy to put together, and often more flavorful and economical than the commercial varieties. Once you apply a rub, you can cook foods right away or wait a while; either way, the rub will add a burst of flavor. Start with this recipe.
Are you a fan of thekitchn.com? We are! And today, the blog's editor, Faith Durand, is joining us in our kitchen and whipping up a super-decadent brownie that's filled with chopped hazelnuts. The best news of all: This recipe is oven-free! Just allow thes
If you're looking for a warm, cozy, fall dish, then you've come to the right place! Today, we're braising a whole chicken, along with Brussels sprouts and shallots, to create a healthy, comforting, and seasonal meal. This recipe gets its bold flavors from
We're upping the ante by using that flavor profile in a one-pan dinner of roasted pork tenderloin with parsnips and sweet potatoes. The hidden ingredient in this recipe is ginger -- it adds depth and heat to the whole meal without overpowering any of the
This recipe is as delicious as it is straightforward -- just add browned meat and sauteed garlic to your machine, along with butternut squash, potatoes, and barley. Then set your cooker and forget about it for eight hours until the meat is shreddable and
Today's recipe for chili-glazed meatloaf is equally delicious whether it's just out of the oven or the freezer. All you need to do to create two night's worth of meals is to separate this recipe into two loaf pans. What could be easier? And while the spic
Today, we're roasting a whole chicken alongside a chopped acorn squash. We'll also be making a sharp radicchio and parsley salad, which acts as a great flavor contrast. Give it a try -- we know you'll add this family-friendly dinner into your weeknight
Easy, speedy, and made in a single pot: That's what we call a dinner triple threat. One way to achieve the mealtime trifecta is to use a pressure cooker, which utilizes steam and a tightly sealed lid to create a high-pressure cooking environment.
Today, we're doubling the flavor of cooked oats by baking them in the oven with pecans and bananas. This breakfast is seriously filling -- it has tons of fiber, fruit, and protein -- so a bowl of it will keep you energized for hours.
In celebration of National Pancake Day, we're making a stack of sweetly tart buttermilk-apple pancakes. And the best news of all: This recipe relies on applesauce -- instead of lots of sugar -- to help create a deep fruit flavor.
Unwrapped treats may be a no-no when going door to door, but a class party or evening event deserves more than a fun-size variety pack. These simple sweets and snacks are hauntingly delicious -- watch them vanish, ghostlike, before your very eyes.
Looking for a meal that's hearty enough for dinner, but stress-free enough for breakfast? Why not try a hash? It's a perfect way to use the leftovers taking up space in your fridge, while creating something that's incredibly delicious in the process.
Today, we've combined two a.m. classics -- the frittata and strata -- by
baking thick cubes of crusty bread inside a mushroom and cheddar frittata. The "EDF" test kitchen named this unusual recipe the "fristrata," and we have a feeling you'll love it as m
Love spanakopita? This classic Greek hors d'ouevre served as our inspiration for today's recipe. It's a rich and cheesy spinach pie that's made entirely in one skillet -- with absolutely no complicated phyllo folding instructions!
Salmon with kale and cabbage offers a streamlined approach to a seriously tasty (and healthy!) dinner. Just arrange your greens on a baking sheet and cook for a few minutes before adding your salmon to the same pan.
It's a busy cook's dream: dinner that makes itself. With a slow cooker, it's a reality. Toss together a few flavorful ingredients, push a button, and find a comforting meal ready at supper time. (If only it could wash your dishes, too.)
Today, we're making chicken with pearled couscous, apricots, and capers. All of the ingredients in this slightly exotic and fragrant meal cook in the same pan -- meaning you'll get big flavors with very little to clean up!
Here's an idea for your next party: Make a skillet cake! They're simple and absolutely beautiful. Today we're cooking blackberries in brown sugar until they become almost jamlike, and then spreading the cake right on top.
Bite into one of these extra-juicy burgers to reveal a delicious surprise: a gooey melted-cheese center. Cheddar is a natural partner for a burger, but any good melting cheese will work -- think of all the possibilities!