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15 Minutes and You’re Done: Food and Recipes

Don’t have hours to spend in the kitchen? Try these quick recipes and cooking tips that take just 15 minutes or less.

Easy Upgrades in Minutes

Use Salsa to Upgrade Your Dinner
Specialty salsas can make a boring meal brilliant. Try these surefire combinations.

Salmon With Bok Choy and Apple Slaw

15-Minute Meals

Short on time? These main-course recipes will have you eating dinner in just 15 minutes or less.
Photo: Sang An

Quick 15-Minute Dessert Recipes

Need something sweet but no time to spare? Whip up one of these desserts in just 15 minutes from start to finish.
Photo: Con Poulos 

Easy 15-Minute Side Dishes

Need something quick to go with that main dish? These recipes for 15-minute sides will help you get dinner on the table in a flash.
Photo: Kana Okada

Quick and Easy Snack Recipes

Put down that greasy bag of potato chips—these quick snacks (both savory and sweet) can satisfy your hunger in just 15 minutes.
Photo: Charles Masters
Salmon With Bok Choy and Apple Slaw
Berries and Coconut Cream
Summer Squash Ribbons With Lemon and Parmesan
Toast With Yogurt and Smoked Salmon

Make This in 15 Minutes

How To: Make Gumdrop Roses

How To Make Edible Flowers
Create edible roses out of gumdrops for an easy yet elegant way to decorate your cake.

Make Salad Dressing

How to Make Salad Dressing
A basic Dijon vinaigrette, like the one that’s mixed up in this video, can be used for up to three weeks after making.

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Speed-Clean Your Pantry

Take your pantry from filthy to flawless in just 15 minutes.

  • Minutes 1 to 3: Move the trash can near the pantry. Empty shelves onto the counter, tossing out anything expired or suspicious (old cracker boxes, ancient bags of flour, outdated canned goods). Most dried herbs and ground spices should be replaced every six months (jot down those you throw away so you’ll remember to replace them); goods like honey and brown sugar can last forever.
  • Minute 4: If you’re overloaded with canned goods, make a bag for a local food bank (see feedingamerica.org for locations). Separate the “keeper” contents into two categories: everyday items and occasionally used items.
  • Minute 5: Fill a bowl with warm water and a squirt of dish soap. Dip a sponge cloth in the solution, wring it out, and wipe down sticky jars and dusty cans. Let dry.

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