Entrees

Curry Chicken Salad

This flavorful and colorful salad comes together quickly with an assist from rotisserie chicken. Use the chicken breast to get the bulk of your meat, but any chicken meat will work just fine. Substitute Greek yogurt for part of the mayonnaise to reduce both the number of calories and fat in the sauce. Adjust the amount of curry seasoning to your own taste. 

Smoky Grilled Tofu and Broccoli

This easy, aromatic, smoky tofu and broccoli relies on a simple marinade to deliver big on flavor. Serve hot on a platter of rice, or cool on bowls of chilled rice noodles. Add grilled strips of bell pepper and onion if you wish. To make this dish in the oven, heat the oven to 400°F, and place the tofu and broccoli on an oiled sheet pan. Bake for 20 minutes, flip the pieces with a spatula, and bake for 20 minutes more. Cool on a rack. 

Spicy Pineapple Chicken Kebabs

A pineapple, coconut milk marinade serves double duty as a tenderizer and, once cooked down, a rich, spicy sauce to drizzle over the grilled kebabs. A platter of jasmine or basmati rice studded with shredded coconut and just a dash of curry powder is a great base for the sweet and slightly spicy skewers. They’re also a tasty appetizer course, served with a chilled fruity Sauvignon Blanc or Viognier. 

Grilled Salmon with Blueberry Salsa

Break the mold with this fruity salsa atop chipotle pepper-spiced salmon. Cook foil-wrapped baked potatoes and sweet corn on the grill to make this a summer celebration. A patio and a bottle of Chardonnay complete the scene. 

Mushroom Chicken and Rice

This one-pot meal is a savory delight. Mushrooms and chicken make a natural pair, and peas add texture and provide a good source of vitamins A, C and fiber.

Spring Vegetable Flatbread

Try this new springtime special! The ginger in the purée and arugula on top add a unique, spicy bite. Make it your own by substituting pesto for the base and add any of your favorite spring vegetables for toppings

Asiago Garlic Baked Penne

Keep a bag of frozen ravioli handy and you can have a delicious dinner on the table in minutes. Made with meat- or cheese-filled ravioli and sliced deli ham from the co-op, this dish will be fast and flavorful either way. Serve with a green salad or steamed veggies for a complete meal.

Honey-Bourbon Glazed Ham Steaks

This recipe is so flexible, it’s easy to make it with one 8-ounce ham steak and half of the sauce, if you just want two servings, or double it for 8 people. Accompany with baked sweet potatoes, steamed broccoli and homemade whole-wheat dinner rolls!

Kiwi Chicken Salad

If you are planning on making chicken this week, cook an extra pound and save it to make this salad later. It’s an easy and colorful salad that can be eaten on its own, in a lettuce leaf or in a sandwich.

Yummy Butternut Squash Chili

The orange zest adds a wonderful fresh citrus flavor to the southwest flavors of chili powder and cumin.

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