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To bring the taste of a coastal cantina to the backyard, simply brush bell pepper, pineapple, zucchini and shrimp with fresh lime juice and taco seasoning. Serve with spiced rice or alongside an easy guacamole and chips for quick and satisfying summer meal.
You’ll never guess the secret ingredients that make this quick-fix mole a family favorite. This simple twist on taco night comes together in just 10 minutes, then top with the taco-fixin’s of your choice.
Fresh bell peppers, thyme and onion meet a cheesy marinara sauce for super-easy Cajun flavor. It’s made here with chicken and Andouille sausage, but you can switch it up to suit your style with shrimp or the protein of your choice.
Gather up your shortcuts for a home-style meal that’s big on backyard barbecue flavor—without the work. Turn rotisserie chicken, coleslaw and a quick fire-roasted tomato sauce into a crowd-pleasing meal in just 30 minutes! It’s a natural fit for a side of chips, an ear of corn, and a root beer float for dessert.
The satisfying contrast of crispy pan-fried Parmesan chicken and creamy pasta makes this dish a guaranteed weeknight favorite. Veggies go undercover here when pureed cauliflower gets mixed into cheesy pasta with peas—a sneaky trick for parents or reluctant veggie-eaters everywhere.
Your surefire skillet makes this 20-minute dish a snap to prepare! Watch an entire, balanced meal come together in one pan when you toss sautéed chicken with fresh carrots, zucchini and a healthy handful of green onions. Finish with a quick splash of soy and a sprinkling of cheese that seals the deal for this winner of a weeknight meal.
Quick-prep pork tenderloin gets a zesty spike from fresh lemon and thyme in this dish that pairs perfectly with grilled veggies cooked right alongside the main dish.
Summer’s the season to use up bountiful produce, and this fast skillet is just the dish to feature fresh (or frozen) corn, grape tomatoes and zucchini with the juicy snap of kielbasa sausage.
This one-pan wonder is a prime use for colorful fresh or frozen veggies and chicken that’s ready in just 30 minutes. Turn leftovers into an easy lunch wrap with the rice tucked right inside, and impress yourself the next day!