This delicious meatless meal lets you take advantage of the fresh ingredients that abound this time of year.
Plenty of fresh garlic and sweet Vidalia onion complement spicy Italian sausage in this dish.
This pasta dish definitely qualifies as comfort food. It’s quick to make and pantry-friendly.
You can add cooked loose Italian sausage to this sauce if you like, or serve it over Chicken Parmesan, but it’s also delicious on its own, as shown here.
This low-carb chicken dish is a light but bold-flavored option for pasta night. It’s delicious served with cheese tortellini; add a salad or your favorite vegetable to round out the meal.
This Shrimp Fra Diavolo recipe makes just enough for two, making it perfect for your next Date Night. Stir up some mac & cheese for the kiddos, then tuck them into bed and enjoy this quick-and-easy grownup dinner with restaurant-quality flavor.
A little chicken goes a long way in this vegetable-packed dish. If your garden (or your neighbor’s) is overflowing with zucchini, give this recipe a try!
The best summer salads are quick to put together, without a complicated list of ingredients. Next time you make tortellini for dinner, cook extra and save the rest for this easy salad that’s a lunch in itself or a simple dinner side.
Here’s a deliciously frugal way to use up leftover mashed potatoes: turn them into a lasagna that tastes just like homemade pierogi, with a fraction of the work.
You can use any lightly-steamed vegetable you like with this dish: green beans, asparagus, carrots, broccoli, or peas would all work well. Here’s my blueprint recipe for Chicken Fettuccine with Vegetables.