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Colorful and almost completely hands-off.
Psst: Searing scallops takes six minutes flat.
All you need is a little over half an hour.
Tastes like it was made in an ancient stone pizza oven. (Spoiler: It wasn’t.)
As easy to cook as chicken (seriously).
Sesame seeds make everything look fancy.
Here’s how to be the cool mom.
There’s no need to make homemade dough.
Wow everyone with this irresistibly salty-sweet duo.
Jump-start the cheesy deliciousness with shredded turkey (or rotisserie chicken).
Great news, you don’t have to be Julia Child to pull it off.
Ooh, we never thought of adding fruit to the mix.
They look and taste mega gourmet.
Cue the white tablecloths.
Sometimes you want the delicious flavor of pizza without all the work.
Twenty minutes and you’re totally done.
Throw the ingredients together, boil ’em and get ready to eat.
A cheesy baguette takes this dish over the top.
It takes 30 minutes, max.
Class things up when you’re dining solo.
You love ordering sirloin at restaurants; now you can make it at home.
The delicious mash-up we never knew we needed.
We’ll take our seafood wrapped in tortillas from here on out.
Like one of those fancy sharing plates you’d get at a restaurant.
Dish up this beauty on your largest platter.
News flash: Cooking fish doesn’t have to be tricky or time-consuming.
We’re getting serious Yotam Ottolenghi vibes.
We hacked this classic Spanish dish so it uses one pan and takes an hour. You’re welcome.
If you have pantry staples on hand, it comes together with just five ingredients.
Presenting the smartest way to cook for a crowd.
Surprise and delight.
Assemble it in advance and pop it into the oven before serving.
Looks exotic but takes virtually no effort to make.
Just as healthy as a salad but about a billion times more flavorful.
Love cooking but hate doing dishes? (Join the club.)
As easy as jarred marinara—but five times as classy.
Way more impressive than a burger.
Lose the carbs but keep the flavor (in just 30 minutes).
Way faster and fresher than takeout.
Just assemble the ingredients on a baking sheet and pop it in the oven.
Even the name sounds shmancy.
Hello, slice of heaven.
The instant stuff is all grown up.
Who has time to stand over a hot stove and stir (and stir and stir)?
Plus, it’s already perfectly portioned.
Easier than making a turkey cold-cut sandwich.
Our favorite seasoning strikes again.
Flavorful, warming and easy to prep.
Find something that looks fancier. We dare you.
The best way to put leftovers to work.
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