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A simple sauce made from orange juice adds delicious flavor to this 30-minute dinner recipe.
Classic Alfredo is the star of all cream sauces. Buttery, rich, and cheesy, this pasta dish simply can't be beat. Make it meatless, or toss in chicken and shrimp to liven things up.
Asparagus, squash, and green onion add a spring-fresh touch to this simple chicken and bacon combo.
Seasoned with olive oil and kosher salt, this grilled shrimp is simple and delicious. Serve it with garden-fresh lettuce.
What to do with pot roast leftovers? Make these 20-minute tortillas. Pantry-ready tomatoes with green chilies add a zesty kick, while garden-fresh cilantro adds a touch of spring.
A garden-fresh mixture of celery, green onion, tarragon, lemon juice, and mayonnaise tops this simple salmon grill. Serve it with fresh grilled asparagus.
Pork tenderloin tops antioxidant-rich spinach and juicy pineapple. The pork is a good source of B vitamins and riboflavin -- nutrients that promote healthy red blood cells -- and it's lower in fat and calories than skinless chicken breast.
With tender white fish, fluffy mashed potatoes, and fresh spring veggies, this simple supper is sure to become a weeknight favorite in your house.
For a winning warm-weather supper, brush slices of zucchini, apple, and sausage with our simple-to-make honey mustard glaze before grilling.
This artful tuna salad is good for you too. The recipe calls for olives and an olive oil-based dressing -- both high in heart-healthy fats that fight inflammation and antioxidants that combat cancer.
A quick saute followed by a brief braising keeps chicken breasts moist -- the garlic, fresh lemon, and parsley stay bright, too.
For a summer-fresh twist on grilled salmon, brush on a mixture of warm melted butter, basil, parsley, and lemon peel. Serve it with crisp-tender asparagus.
No complicated sauce required for this delicious Asian-inspired dish -- just pick up a bottle of peanut sauce from the market and you'll be set.
A topping of grilled onions, fresh tomatoes, and red wine vinaigrette adds pizzazz to classic comfort food.
Prepared rotisserie chicken is a shortcut to home style -- just quarter the chicken and serve it on a bed of sauteed squash, cherry tomatoes, and arugula (or spinach) leaves.
Balsamic vinaigrette and olive oil make a simple sauce for this toss-together dinner of spinach, salmon, sweet peppers, and fettuccine.
A blend of crushed red pepper and Asian-style sesame-ginger dressing adds a delicious kick to this simple chicken dinner. Honey-roasted peanuts add crunch.
Make a meal out of fried eggplant with our garlic-sauced beans and green onion-seasoned brown rice.
This simple supper of sausage, orzo, green onions, and sweet peppers tosses together in minutes; leftovers make a great lunch.
Light Alfredo pasta sauce dresses up simple stovetop chicken and mushrooms. Broccoli cooked with fresh slices of lemon makes an easy (and healthy) side dish.
To reinvent steak leftovers from last night, simply layer the meat, mixed greens, red onions, and dried tomatoes on a toasted bagel.
This dinner party-worthy dish is a snap to make -- simply toss together grilled sweet peppers, garlic, cayenne pepper, and jumbo shrimp.
A blend of fresh grapes, dried fruit, onions, and preserves gives this tasty whitefish a spring touch. Serve it with brown rice.
This lightly breaded chicken packs 42 grams of protein per serving, and fresh green beans make a quick vitamin-rich side.
Fresh apples lend a touch of fall to napa cabbage and smoked bratwurst. Sour cream, sage, and Dijon mustard dressing adds zest.
For a 20-minute dinner they'll love, toss store-bought four-cheese ravioli with fresh squash, spinach, and basil. Bottled Caesar vinaigrette makes a tangy topper.
Spicy pork and crisp bacon top garden-fresh spinach. Fresh onion sauteed with vinegar and chili pepper makes a simple and flavorful dressing.
This mile-high turkey sandwich gets a fresh spin with thick-sliced country Italian bread and bruschetta topping.
Japanese-style bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese make a quick and easy coating for baked cod; julienne carrots and greens add pretty spring color to the plate.
Chunks of juicy tropical fruit and thinly sliced zucchini freshen up quick and easy grilled chicken.
A simple blend of apple butter and soy sauce jazzes up basic pork chops. Fresh green beans and cherry tomatoes make a colorful -- and healthy -- side.
Juicy pineapple tempers the spice of this curry-flavored chicken dish. Sweet peppers and jalapenos make a pretty garnish.
Creamy yogurt and fresh mint make a delicious dressing for this 20-minute salad of hearty lamb, crisp greens, and crunchy radishes.