Easy Weeknight Dinners for March
These fall-off-the-bone ribs are coated in a succulent mixture of soy sauce, brown sugar, rice vinegar, sesame oil, and cayenne pepper.
Get the recipe for Asian Baby-Back Ribs With Udon Salad.
Under $2.50 a Serving
Browned chicken cutlets stuffed with Feta and roasted red peppers livens up a typical weeknight meal.
Get the recipe for Stuffed Chicken With Roasted Broccoli and Potatoes.
Juicy orange segments add a fresh, citrusy sweetness to delicate trout and slightly bitter radicchio.
Get the recipe for Trout With Wild Rice, Radicchio, and Oranges.
Leftovers for Lunch
For a hearty next-day sandwich, serve the steak thinly sliced on country bread topped with the shallots, spinach, mushrooms, and a swipe of mayonnaise.
Get the recipe for Skirt Steak With Shallots and Sautéed Watercress.
Nutty barley and heart-healthy lentils bulk up a romaine salad with carrots, cucumbers, and mild goat cheese.
Get the recipe for Barley and Lentil Salad With Goat Cheese.
Under $2.75 a Serving
You can assemble the skewers up to 12 hours ahead of time; just run them under the broiler for a few minutes before you’re ready to eat.
Get the recipe for Pork and Tomato Kebabs With Rosemary Lima Beans.
This simple, tasty pasta dish cooks in just 20 minutes in one pot.
Get the recipe for Tortellini With Radicchio and Peas.
Dip the fish in a Cajun-spiced cornmeal before cooking to create a crisp, delicious crust.
Get the recipe for Tilapia Po’Boy With Radish and Cucumber Salad.
Let your slow cooker do the work in this fragrant dish seasoned with ginger, curry powder, and garlic.
Get the recipe for Slow-Cooker Curried Lentils With Chicken and Potatoes.
Stir chopped mint into the nutty bulgur for a fresh take on a traditional pairing with lamb.
Get the recipe for Lamb Chops With Roasted Asparagus and Bulgur Pilaf.
The chops can be brined, the onions cooked, and the potatoes steamed up to 12 hours in advance.
Get the recipe for Brined Pork Chops With Sweet Onions and Potato-Kale Mash.
This deep-dish Chicago-style pizza topped with layers of mozzarella , marinara, onion, and browned sausage makes a hearty meal.
Get the recipe for Deep-Dish Sausage, Ricotta, and Onion Pizza With Tangy Romaine.
Give veggies and seared steak a lift with a Japanese-style dressing made from rice vinegar, white miso, and sesame oil.
Get the recipe for Steak and Watercress Salad With Spicy Miso Dressing.
Leftovers for Lunch
Season the chicken with turmeric and coriander before cooking on the stovetop for crisp, golden-brown skin.
Get the recipe for Coriander Roasted Chicken With Chickpea and Avocado Salad.
Serve the seared fish with an apple and cabbage slaw combined with nutty farro for an extra dose of fiber and nutrients.
Get the recipe for Catfish With Farro, Apple, and Cabbage Slaw.