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.
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!
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.
This is a quick weeknight dinner that cooks your veggies and salmon together, for a streamlined preparation. You can even assemble these in the morning and refrigerate them, then slide them in the oven when you get home from work.
Make two pans of delicious stuffed shells, so you can freeze one for later, or feed a crowd. Using a zip top bag as a piping bag is an easy way to fill the shells, or you can use a small spoon, if you want.
This is a healthy spin on a traditional comfort food. Great for entertaining and packed with protein and fiber! Serve with plain Greek yogurt, cilantro, and avocado. Pair with our Gluten Free, Vegan Herb Cornbread recipe.
Pink salmon with a deep ruby red glaze is as beautiful as it is delicious. Serve the salmon with rice or bread to soak up the delicious pomegranate glaze, it's too good to waste. Remember that wild-caught fish cooks more quickly; a farm-raised fillet might need a few more minutes on the stove.