Because meals just taste better when they clean up after themselves.
The chicken is pounded thin and filled with mozzarella + tomato + basil + balsamic. Recipe here.
This one does require some stovetop prep first — you’ll quickly sauté the garlic in butter and white wine — but the extra step is worth it. Recipe here.
Cubing the chicken first ensures that everything will cook quickly and evenly, and using your favorite store-bought barbecue sauce means that prep is a breeze. Recipe here.
Step one: Roast up some spiced potatoes. Step two: Crack an egg over ‘em. Step three: Devour. Recipe here.
Using store-bought Italian dressing makes this super easy to assemble — but you could also DIY your own Italian seasoning using spices you likely already have in your kitchen. Recipe here.
This version fires things up on the grill to get those char marks — but this can be made in an oven, too. Recipe here.
Moment of silence for all that the slow cooker has given us. Recipe here.
These are freezer-friendly, so feel free to double (or triple!) the recipe and stockpile some for later. Recipe here.
Purists may say that these only count as dinner when they’re made over a campfire, not in an oven. To them I say: MORE FOR ME THEN. Recipe here.
Because sometimes, all you really need in this life are meat and potatoes. (And maaaybe some lemon and herbs to make things ~pretty~.) Recipe here.
Serve this piled high into a hoagie. Recipe here.
Super simple: Just salmon + potato + citrus + herbs to garnish. Recipe here.
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