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Paella is a one-pain feast from Spain. Our spring version includes chopped shrimp, sugar snap peas, and sweet peppers. To save money, use turmeric instead of saffron, the spice traditionally used to make this dish.
By starting with a deli-roasted chicken, you can whip up this Thai-inspired soup in minutes. Fresh cilantro and lime brighten it up.
Fresh greens and lemon vinaigrette brighten this classic Italian dish.
Recipe developed by Ina Garten (aka the Barefoot Contessa). Copyright2002, Barefoot Contessa Family Style, Clarkson/Potter Publications, all rights reserved.
Cumin, cinnamon, and ginger coat beef cubes in this Moroccan-inspired skillet dinner. Dried cherries and apricots soak up garlicky pan juices. This recipe calls for Israeli couscous, also known as pearl couscous, but substitute regular couscous if you like.
This hearty, healthful one-dish dinner features shrimp, fresh tomato, green onion, and cannelloni beans. All the ingredients bake together in a tightly sealed foil packet, which holds in juices so flavors can blend.