Out with the old and in with the new. Color your spring plate with the freshest produce of the season: citrus, rhubarb, carrots, asparagus, strawberries, and more! Best of all, these quick and easy spring dinners can be made in 25 minutes or less -- perfect for the midweek crunch!
You don't need to wait for vacation to take a cool ocean dip. Slice up a pound of calamari, then cook it up with citrus-bubbled asparagus, orange slices, and panko for a dinner that's ready in less than 30.
Eating your peas isn't hard when they're draped in a sauce this good. Whip it up in a whirl with mustard, whipping cream, and dill. Be sure to use fresh shelled peas over the frozen kind for the best flavor.
Nothing says spring like spring salad. Freshen up the classic with toasted pine nuts, turkey, DIY vinegar dressing, and some lip-puckering grapefruit.
Have 5 minutes? See how you can add perfectly cooked springtime asparagus to your meal.
And spring's sweetest veggie is ... rhubarb! Stud your bowl of garlic linguine with the ruby red stalks for a light and colorful dinner that's less than 500 calories.
In the time it takes to watch your favorite show on Netflix, you can enjoy this healthy dinner recipe!
Watch for fried rice as good as takeout.
Thanks in part to a recipe-ready bag of frozen veggies, this pasta and vegetable dinner comes together in about 20 minutes!
Forget Chinese takeout! This beef and broccoli dish is just as quick -- and with fresh veggies, it's a whole lot healthier. Bottled ginger vinaigrette makes a simple and delicious sauce.
These hearty sliders are anything but ordinary -- and they take just 20 minutes to make. Bite into pecan-coated pork tenderloin and crunchy broccoli slaw.
Mashed black beans are tossed with a corn muffin mix and salsa, then lightly fried -- creating a hearty meatless meal with a Tex-Mex twist. Chili powder adds a touch of heat to the sour cream topping.
Who says coffee is just for mornings? Flavor this season's salmon fillet in a DIY espresso rub. Made with pantry spices, ancho chile pepper, and sweet brown sugar, it beats the store-bought stuff any day.
Salmon in the microwave? Oh, we went there!
Carrots may seem plain Jane, but the spring veggies are the brightest of the bunch. Pair with seasoned beef roast and red potatoes for an Easter-worthy dinner -- made in far less time!
A blend of crushed red pepper and Asian-style sesame-ginger dressing gives a delicious kick to this simple chicken dinner. Honey-roasted peanuts add crunch.
Creamy yogurt and fresh mint make a delicious dressing for this 20-minute salad of hearty lamb, crisp greens, and crunchy radishes.