Weeknight dinners. Don't we all love hate relationship with them? We need to eat but don't always have the energy to make something. I can totally relate to this. My goal was to create easy dinner recipes that take no time at all. We all want something that is flavorful and satiating at the same time. Healthy food just makes us feel better, so why can't it taste good too?
One of my favorite one pot meals to make is this Chicken Tagine. It's perfect because all you have to do is basically, throw everything into one pot. It's full of flavor and probably ingredients you might not always use together.
You can also use The Alternative Guide to Meal Prep if you're someone who likes to just pull something out of the fridge. There are tons of items you can prep individually and keep in Tupperware so you can easily throw them together for any meal at any time.
Just like any of the other recipes on this website, these are baselines. Especially when you're making dinner, feel free to pour a glass of wine and experiment with what you're making. Don't be afraid to throw in some new spices or ingredients - really make it your own.
Weeknight dinners are some of the best recipes to make because this is when we spend the most time with our family, most likely. These are special meals that deserve love and care and are supposed to be shared with loved ones.
Creamy Polenta with Crispy Mushroom and Tomato Ragu
Creamy polenta is so underrated in American cuisine. We eat tons of corn products like popcorn, corn on the cob, and cornbread but forget that we’re missing out on one of the greatest dishes EVER. It’s basically the sister of
Fall Flatbread with Pink Lady Apple Tahini Drizzle
I’m going to start off this blog post how I’m sure everyone is starting their posts today. HOW IS IT ALMOST 2020?! Today is the last day of the DECADE. Which is rather hard for me to wrap my mind
Fall Harvest Nourish Bowl with a German Wine Pairing
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