Do you know what you're making for dinner tonight? Oh, us neither! Maybe you'd like a sandwich pretending to be spanakopita? Or a bowl of sparse-on-ingredients, big-on-flavor soup?
Oh, or how about one tonight and the other tomorrow night? Look, there you go—meal planning! Here are your 10 favorite weeknight-ready recipes from the past year:
You basically only need an onion, a head of cauliflower, and water.
Ready in about 20 minutes (just don't forget a baguette for serving).
Ha! But you didn't stew and stir all day. There's maybe 40 minutes of work, tops.
Here's a 5-ingredient chicken dinner. You're welcome.
Non-meat meatballs, meet a vibrant, creamy, and coconut-y sauce.
It's also a viable excuse for any night of the week and/or weekend.
This one-pan dinner is great on its own, but really great with a poached egg on top (which no longer makes it one-pan, but still).
Happily not tuna salad, but similarly quite content on a piece of toast.
We can guess why you like this based on the fact that it includes one pot and cheese in the title.
Ah, we see you have a thing for melted cheese. Us too! It's also an excuse for you to justify grabbing that panini press stored away in your closet. A win-win all-around.
Do you have a favorite quick dinner that's weeknight-ready? Tell us about it in the comments.
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