Dress up spaghetti with your favorite herbs and sliced red chili peppers for a bit of heat.Get the recipe.
Top crisp tostada shells with a simple yet tasty mix of sautéed salmon, black beans, corn, shredded lettuce, and salsa verde.Get the recipe.
Cheesy grits soak up the delicious juices from the mixture of bacon, tomato, and shrimp.Get the recipe.
Red curry paste—typically made of chilies, garlic, and lemongrass—makes it easy to replicate this classic Thai takeout recipe at home.Get the recipe.
This fresh, healthy take on fried fish tacos stars grilled tilapia dressed up with crisp radishes, cucumbers, and lime juice.Get the recipe.
Brush your favorite barbecue sauce onto salmon fillets and bake to create a sweet and tangy glaze.Get the recipe.
Fresh parsley and lemon juice give a lift to this protein-packed meal; use whole-wheat couscous instead of plain for an extra boost of fiber.Get the recipe.
Crumbled Italian sausage and soft ribbons of cabbage make this pasta sophisticated enough for adults but is still familiar enough for kids to enjoy.Get the recipe.
Drizzle the fluffy couscous and paprika-spiced salmon with an easy, zesty dressing.Get the recipe.
To round out the meal, serve the tostadas with steamed rice tossed with black beans, sliced scallions, and chopped cilantro.Get the recipe.
Panko bread crumbs make these pan-fried cutlets extra crisp and light.Get the recipe.
Refreshing and light, this pasta has a thin, creamy sauce that lets the vegetables shine.Get the recipe.
This one-skillet meal combines garlicky shrimp with peppery greens and hearty beans in just 15 minutes.Get the recipe.
The pita chips add a nice crunch to this fresh, lively salad full of traditional ingredients—Feta, olives, red onion, and oregano.Get the recipe.
Combine peanut butter, rice vinegar, soy sauce, brown sugar, and ginger in a blender to create an easy sauce for the spaghetti.Get the recipe.
A little mustard mixed into the cakes before cooking adds moisture and tangy flavor.Get the recipe.
Pulse chickpeas, parsley, garlic, and cumin in a food processor to make these vegetarian patties in minutes.Get the recipe.
Pair hearty sausages with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil to add a light Italian touch.Get the recipe.
The secret to this light, delicious salad is in the dressing—a smooth mix of buttermilk, sour cream, and brine from a jar of cornichons.Get the recipe.
Toss thinly sliced pork tenderloin with noodles, cucumber, scallions, and chili peppers for an easy meal in an instant.Get the recipe.