We love this idea that takes butter chicken on-the-go.
A muffuletta is an Italian sub-style sandwich that fits perfectly with the current trend toward charcuterie.
This melt in your mouth butter chicken recipe is sure to please even the pickiest eater at your table.
Leg of lamb in the slow cooker is one of the easiest - and most delicious - meals you'll make all spring! Perfect for a regular weeknight or a special get-together, its fall-off-the-bone texture makes it easy to eat straight-up (with the roughly mashed potatoes you've cooked it with) or wrap in a soft pita with garlicky tzatziki.
This vegan Sloppy Joe uses meat substitutes, which are becoming more common on grocery store shelves, along with dry red lentils that simmer in the sauce, soaking up loads of flavour as they soften.
Curries make great fridge cleaners – they can be made using any number of ingredients, from meat to veggies to seafood.
A baked ham is classic Easter fare, and perfect for serving a crowd; it's just as delicious hot as it is at room temperature, is easy to plunk on a buffet table, and is as well suited to brunch as it is to a fancy dinner.
If you're looking for a fun, inexpensive family meal that can be fairly healthy, check out this great garlic bread pizza crust recipe. Our family enjoys this pizza for lunch or dinner.
Not only is a hearty Irish stew perfectly simple to put together, it's satisfying to have the house warmed with the aroma of something delicious simmering when it's cold outside, and it tastes divine.
A curry can be made with any number of ingredients; leave out the mushrooms if you like, or replace them with diced sweet potato or a chopped red pepper.