Easy Weeknight Dinners for May
A cross between conventional broccoli and Chinese broccoli, broccolini is slightly sweeter and more tender than its relatives.
Get the recipe for Salmon With Olive Relish and Broccolini.
Brown the chicken on the stovetop until the skin is crisp and golden, then roast with the cauliflower in the oven for an easy one-pot meal.
Get the recipe for Crispy Chicken Thighs With Cauliflower and Cilantro.
Leftovers for Lunch
For a tasty next-day salad, go meat-free and stir 1 cup of chickpeas into the leftover couscous pilaf. Serve on a bed of spinach drizzled with your favorite vinaigrette.
Get the recipe for Lamb With Couscous Pilaf and Green Salad.
Make the no-cook pasta sauce in your food processor in minutes. The pesto can be refrigerated for up to 5 days or frozen for up to 3 months.
Get the recipe for Pasta With Kale and Walnut Pesto.
Drizzle the kebabs with a mixture of hoisin sauce and rice vinegar to add a boost of Asian flavor.
Get the recipe for Glazed Pork Kebabs and Sesame Rice.
There’s no need to precook the rigatoni—the tomato sauce and vegetables render the pasta soft, tender, and saturated with juicy flavor.
Get the recipe for Slow-Cooker Baked Spinach and Mushroom Rigatoni.
Pair browned chicken thighs with a healthy salad made with farro, a rich, nutty whole grain packed with protein and fiber.
Get the recipe for Lemon-Pepper Chicken Thighs With Farro Salad.
The refreshing side salad is easy to make ahead: Prepare up to 12 hours in advance and refrigerate, covered. Serve cool or at room temperature with the baked salmon.
Get the recipe for Salmon With Creamy Cucumber-Fennel Salad.
Season the pork with crushed fennel seed and paprika to infuse the meat with delicious flavor.
Get the recipe for Spiced Pork Tenderloin With Green Beans and Olives.
Under $3.50 a Serving
Quick-cooking scallops are ideal for weeknight meals. This elegent dinner only requires 15 minutes of hands-on prep.
Get the recipe for Seared Scallops With Radicchio, Roasted Potatoes, and Snap Peas.
A fresh and fiery no-cook sauce elevates cumin-spiced pork tenderloin.
Get the recipe for Pork With Black Beans, Brown Rice, and Green Chili-Cilantro Sauce.
This meal's scene-stealing side dish pairs young carrots with coriander, roasted almonds, and fresh dill.
Get the recipe for Paprika Lamb Chops With Dill Carrots and Yogurt.
Want to trim this recipe down to just 10 minutes of hands-on prep? Use a store-bought piecrust—just be sure to pick up a rolled crust and fit it into your own 9-inch pie plate.
Get the recipe for Pea, Scallion, and Gruyère Quiche.