I used a light dusting of cornstarch along with a few dry spices to create this Crispy Shrimp. Perched upon a warm Asian Coleslaw and dinner was ready in less than 20 minutes. Now that is a winner of a recipe in my book honey.
One of the easiest ways to get dinner done in a hurry is to cook it all in one pot – or spread it out on a rimmed baking sheet to roast in the oven.
Sloppy Joes are a weeknight dinner favourite - this version gets a fibre boost with red lentils!
These hearty sandwiches are a riff on the classic Philly Cheesesteak, only with sausages in the leading role; the recipe doubles easily for larger families (or appetites), and leftovers can be quickly transformed into a hearty pasta sauce the next day.
Stir-fried marinated beef, known as bulgogi in Korean communities, is a favourite take-out order, but it’s easy to make at home, too. Chilled citrus pots finish the meal.
When the weather outside is frightful and you’re not feeling delightful, a bowl of steaming, spicy soup and a smooth, citrusy shake will nourish colds and soothe rough throats.
These crispy cakes taste like a tuna melt, and come together using ingredients you probably already have on hand. Roasted potato wedges and peas round out the meal, and a quick berry cobbler helps extend summer.
A well-made cheeseburger is a beautiful thing, particularly in the summer, when cooking – and dining – al fresco is the order of the day.
Fresh filet is the ultimate fast food – it cooks in just 10 minutes, with plenty of room on the baking sheet for veggies.
A can of chickpeas can help shake you out of a dinnertime rut.