Had a long day and the last thing you want to think about when you get home is cooking? Or dishes? Use a single pot, set it aside, and cook for your family in under twenty minutes—how’s that sound? Sounds easy, huh? Find all the best easy meals right here!Spaghetti Pomodoro by San Francisco Chronicle
1. Chicken Teriyaki
Chicken Teriyaki a simple dish made from sweet soy sauce and chicken thighs, It is usually garnished with green onions and sesame seeds. The dish has it roots in Japan but is now common in many many kitchens and restaurant around the world. The recipe can be used with many other meats such as pork, beef, or fish. My personal preference is the chicken version as chicken seems to have the perfect consistency for the dish. Pork seems to heavy, while fish is a little light. As with many foods, Chicken Teriyaki sauce is available in many supermarkets, but the homemade sauce is far nicer.For the full recipe, please visit: Chicken Teriyaki by Our Great Recipes http://ourgreatrecipes.com/chicken-teriyaki/
2. Mandarin Orange and Honey Tilapia
This light fish entrée gets a sweet and umami flavor boost from mandarin oranges, honey and balsamic vinegar.
3. How to Make Crock Pot Lasagna
As you may know, I don’t do a lot of Crock Pot cooking. I guess I’d do more, but I usually don’t plan far enough in advance. I’m also not necessarily surrounded by people that love Pot Roast and other typical Crock Pot meals. However, I’ve seen a lot of recipes for Crock Pot Lasagna around the interwebs and decided this was some Crock Potting I could get into.
4. Carne Asada Tacos
Flavorful flank steak marinated in fresh garlic and black peppercorns and worshestershire topped with charred tomatillo salsa, all rolled in homemade corn tortillas with a little cilantro and lime for garnish. This modern twist on a mexican classic will inspire you to stay in on taco night.
5. Quick and Easy Grilled Chicken
Fresh, easy, quick, and delicious. What more do you need to know about this recipe? Try this recipe the next time you buy chicken for dinner!
6. Homemade Chicken Teriyaki
This gluten-free teriyaki chicken is perfect for an afternoon snack or a weeknight dinner. Maya Adam shows us how to transform this traditional Japanese dish into a quick, fun, and healthy alternative.
7. Roast Chicken and Pea Risotto
Frozen peas are such a useful ingredient. I use them here to make a delicate risotto. People get nervous about cooking risotto but, trust me, it's actually very easy. Gently fry chopped shallot, add in risotto rice, then slowly, a ladle at a time, add in the simmering Knorr Reduced Salt Vegetable stock, stirring it until absorbed. Repeat the process until the rice is cooked through, serve with roast chicken. Simple.
8. Vegetarian Tacos
Pan seared oyster mushrooms and squash rolled into homemade corn tortillas, topped with tangy lime crema and fresh pepper. A great vegetarian take on a carnivore classic.
9. Easy Teriyaki Chicken
Chicken teriyaki is one of those ubiquitous Japanese dishes. In this video recipe, Christine Gallary uses our Easy Teriyaki Chicken recipe to make a version that isn't an overly sweet mess.
10. Ready in Ten - 4 Egg Dishes
Josh Posner shows you some amazing tricks so that you can make wonderful and varied egg dishes. From a baked egg with smokey cheese and delicious chard, to a fried egg on top of a Portobello mushroom and crispy fried onions, you'll be impressing all of your friends and families with your fantastic breakfast options. Join Josh Posner in this Grokker Premium video as he shows you how to make 4 egg dishes, in 10 minutes!