More Quick & Easy Recipes

9 Delicious Slow-Cooker Chicken Recipes

Need fresh ideas for chicken? Toss your favorite bird into the slow cooker, set it, and forget it until dinnertime.

A Month of Easy Dinners

For the next month, this delicious, lifesaving set of dinner menus will take all the stress and scrambling out of cooking that nightly meal.

10 Italian Sausage Recipes

Looking for the missing link to easy weeknight meals? Try these hearty, delicious recipes.

10 Easy Butternut Squash Recipes

Think butternut squash's only good for soup (or Thanksgiving)? Squash any preconceived notions and see how versatile butternut can be.

59 Simple 3-Ingredient Recipes

Make any of these easy, delicious dishes with only a trio of ingredients.

Easy, Healthy Dinners Ideas

Thanks to these easy, healthy dinner recipes, you can solve the mystery of what to make tonight (and all those busy nights to come).

20 Easy Steak Dinners

Craving meat? Indulge in one of these simple yet tasty steak recipes—sides included.

10 Easy Ground Turkey Recipes

Ground turkey is healthier than beef, less pricey than lamb—and, as you’ll see from these recipes, fast-cooking and versatile, too.

10 Inventive Ground Beef Recipes

Where’s the beef? It’s all over these fun, fresh recipes. Don’t expect the basic tacos, burgers, chili, enchiladas... When you feel like you’ve overused the classics, turn to our smart, delicious ideas for utilizing one of the kitchen’s top workhorses: ground beef. Rather than a plain old cheeseburger, we’ve got a patty topped with Monterey jack, avocado and salsa. Expected meat sauce over spaghetti? Nope, our version boasts a chunky tomato-beef sauce ladled over parrapadelle noodles. And we don’t stop there. Read on for smart tricks for stuffing bell peppers with browned ground beef and grains; rolling the beef into sweet-and-sour meatballs that’ll get snapped up at the start of any party; and modern twists on beefy standbys, from meat loaf to cottage pie. As a general rule, it’s safe to use lean ground beef (say, 80 percent and up) for dishes that don’t require a bit of fat to stick together. Go for fattier ground beef when you’re planning to make meatballs, burgers, and meatloaf. If you’re buying ground beef in bulk, separate the meat into different baggies or containers to freeze each pound on its own, so you’ll only need to thaw one nights’ worth of protein at a time.

10 Delicious One-Pot Chicken Recipes

Cut post-meal cleanup time with these easy, delicious dinners.