Green beans, noodles, lox, and a bagel. It's everything you love in the dinner you never expected. You're welcome.
Fire up the grill! Skip the stove top and enjoy the spring weather while grilling salmon and leeks for dinner. Paired with a mustard, butter, and rosemary sauce, this dish is a fast and healthy weeknight meal.
Take full advantage of fresh spring greens like arugula, spinach, and kale with this yummy pasta dish. If you're short on time, you can whip up this creamy spaghettini in just 20 minutes.
Carrots, peas, watercress. This dish just screams spring! Light and creamy, this fish dinner is a fast and fresh choice for a busy evening.
While oranges are still on the shelves at the supermarket, try making this easy sauteed salmon in orange sauce. To add a serving of veggies to your meal, serve it up on a bed of fresh spinach.
Take advantage of spring veggies! Use bright, fresh broccoli and carrots in this easy saute to bring a taste of your garden (or the local farmers market) to your dinner table.
Serve up a bowl of bright spring vegetables for dinner tonight—carrots, pea pods, bok choy, and radishes make a delicious veggie-filled supper. Even picky eaters will love this Asian noodle bowl that's seasoned with fresh ginger and soy sauce.
Leftover spaghetti and lox do wonders in this Asian-inspired bowl. Keep it poppin' with jalapenos and ginger-lime dressing, then top with radishes for some spring pink.
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.
No slow cooker or long simmering here. Bring together in-season spinach, chickpeas, and a little bit of garlic for a quick spring soup that's as good as gold.
Freshen up the classic spring salad with toasted pine nuts, turkey, DIY vinegar dressing, and some lip-puckering grapefruit.
A fancy lamb dinner doesn't have to mean a night spent in the kitchen. This one-pan dinner starring our favorite spring veggie is made in 25 minutes—so you can have your dinner and eat it, too!
Chunks of juicy tropical fruit and thinly sliced zucchini freshen up quick and easy grilled chicken.
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.
Cod takes a cool dip in citrus, thanks to oranges, tangerines, and a snappy simmer in lime juice. Top off the sunny catch with fresh arugula for a healthy recipe full of spring flavors.
Transform frozen veggies and some rice into a "treat yourself" dinner in less than 30 minutes. The secret to its quick, authentic flavor? Beat a few drops of soy sauce into the eggs before frying!
Radishes are at their prime in the springtime—so enjoy them tossed into this salad with cucumbers and broccoli sprouts. Serve with chicken and a creamy basil sauce for a fresh spring meal.
This filling herb-seasoned soup is ready and on the table in just 18 minutes. Serve it with toasted focaccia bread.
By starting with a deli-roasted chicken, you can whip up this Thai-inspired coconut soup in minutes. Fresh cilantro and lime brighten it up.
Light Alfredo pasta sauce dresses up simple stove-top chicken and mushrooms. Broccoli cooked with fresh slices of lemon makes an easy (and healthy) addition.
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.
Asparagus, squash, and green onion add a spring-fresh touch to this genius chicken-and-bacon combo.
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.
Carrots may seem plain Jane, but these 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!
Apricot preserves and Dijon mustard combine to create a spicy-sweet sauce for pan-seared pork chops. Round it out with roasted sweet potatoes.
To make this simple supper, toss flank steak, rice noodles, thinly sliced carrots, and diced cucumber with a light and sweet Asian chili sauce. Yum!
Japanese-style bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese make a quick and easy coating for baked cod; matchstick carrots and greens add pretty spring color to the plate.
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.
Fresh citrus salsa—featuring oranges, grapefruit, and jalapeno jelly for a touch of heat—makes this quick and easy salmon recipe sizzle.