7 Recipes From the September 2021 Issue of Real Simple

From time-saving recipes perfect for weeknights to healthy cookies you can eat for breakfast, you'll want to add these 15 recipes to your cooking rotation.

Win the Weeknights

Here's a tasty way to transform a head of cabbage into a satisfying meal: Shred and toss it with spicy chopped kimchi and some eggs to make crispy cakes.
Victor Protasio

Kimchi Cabbage Cakes

This recipe is the perfect way to turn that extra half head of cabbage in the crisper drawer into a satisfying meal.

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Saucy Simmered Eggs
Victor Protasio

Saucy Simmered Eggs

These delicious, saucy eggs take after the dish shakshuka but swap in Italian spices and a jar of marinara.

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Easy Dinners

Steamed Clams with Garlic Toast
Caitlin Bensel

Steamed Clams With Garlic Toasts

Steamed clams seem impossible to make at home, but they're not. This dish is both easy and quick.

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Roasted chicken and fingerling potatoes with brown butter sauce served on a plate.
Caitlin Bensel

Chicken and Potatoes With Brown Butter Sauce

For extra tender and juicy meat, make sure to first sear the chicken skin before baking the thighs.

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Kitchen Hero: Gnocchi

Gnocchi and sausage soup served in a bowl
Jennifer Causey

One-Pot Italian Sausage-Gnocchi Soup

This soup is a generous meal that you can get together in just half an hour.

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Gnocchi and Broccoli Sheet-Pan Dinner Recipe
Jennifer Causey

Sheet Pan Gnocchi With Broccoli

It's an easy, delicious meal that comes together quickly with almost no clean up.

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Crispy Gnocchi with Prosciutto and Greens
Jennifer Causey

Crispy Gnocchi With Arugula and Prosciutto

Don't forget that you can buy gnocchi—pillowy little potato dumplings—on the shelf of your grocery store. Since they're precooked, it's as simple as crisping them up in a skillet.

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