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Beet and Carrot Salad

You can make this raw, root vegetable slaw up to four days before you plan to eat it.

Author: Magdalena Wszelaki

One Pot Pasta Primavera with Shrimp

This lightning-fast version of the classic pasta recipe calls for just the right amount of water that magically cooks down to create a silky sauce (no draining necessary!). Bright green vegetables, cherry...

Author: Rhoda Boone

Mango, Berry & Banana Smoothie

Tasty, and healthy, too: Coconut water is high in potassium and other electrolytes. And Flaxseeds are a good source of beneficial omega-3s.

Author: Janet Taylor McCracken

Curried Lentil, Tomato, and Coconut Soup

This recipe calls for medium curry powder, but it's flexible. If the one you have is mild or very spicy, adjust the heat level with more, or less, red pepper flakes.

Author: Yotam Ottolenghi

Grilled Shrimp, Zucchini, and Tomatoes with Feta

This summery, Greek-inspired dinner comes together in a snap with the help of a grill basket.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Stir Fried Chicken With Black Beans

Of all the easy additions to stir-fries, fermented black beans are among the best. They give a special flavor and look, and the technique is effortless. Furthermore, a year's supply of black beans will...

Author: Mark Bittman

Scrambled Eggs with Spinach & Parmesan

Pull the eggs off the heat when they still look a little loose; carryover cooking will do the rest.

Author: Meghan Sutherland

Vegetarian Three Bean Chili

Achieve all the flavors of slow-simmered chili in just 30 minutes with the help of a few pantry staples.

Author: Rhoda Boone

Warm Chicken Salad with Asparagus and Creamy Dill Dressing

To quickly revive dry, cold rotisserie chicken, place slices of it in a steamer basket along with spring vegetables for a seasonal warm salad-it's a whole new take on a one-pot dinner.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Garlic Curry Chicken Thighs with Yogurt Sauce

Yogurt gets used in two ways in this simple dinner party-worthy chicken dish: as a tenderizing marinade and mixed with the pan juices to create a rich sauce for serving.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Spiced Pork Tenderloin with Cherry Thyme Pan Sauce

Frozen cherries are the star in a vibrant, herby pan sauce that is made while the lightly spiced pork tenderloin rests.

Author: Mindy Fox

One Pot Curried Cauliflower with Couscous and Chickpeas

This warming vegetarian one-pot stew comes together fast, thanks to quick-cooking split lentils and pearled couscous, along with protein-packed canned chickpeas. Finish it off with an array of toppings,...

Author: Katherine Sacks

Summer Squash and Basil Pasta

Sautéed squash eventually gets jammy and saucy if cooked long enough, ideal as a way to coat big pieces of pasta.

Author: Chris Morocco

Blackened Salmon with Pineapple Salsa

Tame spicy baked salmon with a sweet pineapple-bell pepper salsa. Want to ramp up the heat even more? Leave the seeds in the jalapeño.

Author: Katrina Scott

Creamy Mashed Cauliflower "Potatoes"

Try this creamy cauliflower purée instead of mashed potatoes-it's more nutritious, lower-carb, and just as delicious.

Author: Rhoda Boone

Roasted Cauliflower with Lemon Zest, Parsley, Capers, and Jalapeño

Roasted cauliflower has a nutty, sweet flavor that's hard to resist. My son has eaten it two or three times a week since he was three years old-that's a lot of cauliflower! To avoid a rut, I've added various...

Author: Athena Calderone

Roast Chicken Breasts with Garbanzo Beans, Tomatoes, and Paprika

Use leftovers for sandwiches the next day: Place shredded chicken, garbanzos, and tomatoes in a pita bread and top with the yogurt sauce.

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

Costa Rican Breakfast Bowl (Gallo Pinto)

Leftover rice and canned black beans makes this recipe quick and easy to throw together at the start the day.

Author: Darshana Thacker

Any Way Niçoise

Switch this up to suit your preferences, but try to always include a mix of cooked and raw vegetables for the best textures.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Roasted Acorn Squash and Honey

Few side dishes are better on a cool fall evening than roasted acorn squash sweetened with just a little honey and made even mellower with nutmeg and fresh sage leaves. When I catch a whiff of it coming...

Author: Art Smith

Baked Mustard Crusted Salmon with Asparagus and Tarragon

Gently baking salmon in a low-temperature oven ensures a moist and succulent fillet and only takes about 15 minutes. The asparagus cooks on the same baking sheet, making clean-up a breeze.

Author: Rhoda Boone

Lemon Roasted Salmon with Escarole, Asparagus, and Potatoes

Inspired by classic Greek flavors, this warm salad is balanced with zesty lemon and feta and sweet tender salmon and spring vegetables.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Lemon Ginger Electrolyte Drink

Refresh after a grueling workout or exhausting day with this electrolyte-packed water, with a natural boost of energy, vitamins, and minerals.

Author: Katherine Sacks

Lemony Asparagus

This simple side dish comes together in just about 5 minutes.

Author: Marina Delio

Cashew Chicken

Oyster sauce gives this chicken stir-fry richer flavor, but you don't have to make a special trip to get it if you don't have it. Get the recipe.

Author: Chris Morocco

Herby Barley Salad With Butter Basted Mushrooms

Any chewy grain, such as wheat berries, farro, or even brown rice, can replace the barley.

Author: Chris Morocco

Mixed Berry Crumble With Oats and Almonds

This ticks all the boxes for a healthy dessert. The mixture of oats, almonds, berries, dates, and cinnamon creates the perfect sustained energy-releasing treat that packs a hefty nutritional punch.

Author: Lorraine Pascale

Crispy Skinned Fish with Herb Sauce

You don't need a culinary school degree to cook fish with skin as crunchy as a potato chip. Grab your nonstick skillet, start the fish skin side down, and slowly raise the heat. The skin will lie flat,...

Author: Chris Morocco

Baked Feta and Greens with Lemony Yogurt

Vegetarian mains don't have to take an hour to prepare. Warm feta, crispy chickpeas, and wilted hearty greens become a fork-and-knife entrée in about 30 minutes.

Author: Chris Morocco

Green Bean and Tuna Salad with Basil Dressing

Our idea of salad for dinner in the height of summer means minimal cooking, lots of fresh greens, and enough protein to feel filling. Here, that means quickly blanched green beans, canned white beans,...

Author: Anna Stockwell

Greek Style Shrimp Pasta with Kale

This pasta is so packed with vegetables and shrimp that it's a complete, satiating meal-despite using half the normal serving size of noodles.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Lemony Pasta with Cauliflower, Chickpeas, and Arugula

A vegetarian pasta dinner that's full of so much fresh arugula, it almost feels like eating a salad. In a good way.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Italian Fish and Vegetable Stew

With the nearly year-round availability of zucchini and cherry and grape tomatoes, this dish brings color and flavor to the table any time you'd like. Just be sure to choose a firm, light-flesh fish that...

Author: Mindy Hermann, RDN

Speedy Summer Gazpacho

This quick recipe is best enjoyed on a hot summer day. It's a simple soup made with locally grown ingredients and tastes exquisite in the balmy July heat.

Author: Dr. Rupy Aujla

Black Eyed Pea Salad With Hot Sauce Vinaigrette

Down South, we call this a sitting salad. It can sit on the summer picnic table without wilting, so it's the perfect potluck dish.

Author: Carla Hall

Shawarma Spiced Tofu Pita Wraps

Squeezing the tofu to get rid of as much water as possible primes it to soak up oil, spices, and, in a word, flavor.

Author: Chris Morocco

Turkey Chili

Turkey Chili

Cider Braised Chicken with Apples and Kale

Mustard-rubbed chicken legs get super-tender when braised in apple cider and white wine for this cozy fall dinner.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Slow Roasted Salmon With Harissa

The first time we ran a recipe for slow-cooked salmon poached in olive oil, surrounded by fennel and citrus slices, and casually pulled apart, readers swooned. We swooned! It became an instant, oft-imitated...

Author: Molly Baz

Cauliflower "Rice" Tabbouleh

This modern take on the classic Middle Eastern bulgur and herb salad swaps grains for cauliflower "rice," making it nutritious and gluten-free. Serve it as a side dish for roasted or grilled meats or mix...

Author: Katherine Sacks

Crispy Chicken Thighs with Spring Vegetables

The rich and zesty pan sauce is what makes this simple, seasonal supper something you'll want to eat again and again.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Easy Green Curry with Chicken, Bell Pepper, and Sugar Snap Peas

This Thai-inspired green curry is ready in just 20 minutes with a little help from a store-bought rotisserie chicken. That may be even faster than any takeout.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Make Ahead Freezer to Oven Chicken Packets

Imagine this: a stack of packets in your freezer that you can take straight to the oven for a full dinner in 30 minutes.

Author: Bruce Weinstein

Lamb Chops with Cherry Glaze

Cider vinegar, honey, and bone broth mixed with fresh or frozen cherries makes a sweet, sour, and deeply savory sauce that pairs well with easy broiled lamb chops.

Author: Amy Myers, MD

Whole Wheat Spaghetti with Broccoli, Chickpeas, and Garlic

Combine nutty whole-spaghetti with heart broccoli and chickpeas for a healthier weeknight pasta.

Creamy Zucchini Basil Soup

Cooked, puréed zucchini adds rich, creamy body to this easy, summery soup.

Author: Amy Myers, MD

Shrimp with Herby White Beans and Tomatoes

This one-pot meal, developed for our #cook90 initiative, is herby, sweet, and garlicky all at once. To add more green, throw in a handful of arugula and spinach at the end; for more garlic, pair it with...

Author: David Tamarkin

Slow Roasted Salmon in Parchment Paper

Here's the one-sheet on cooking in parchment packets: The method creates moist, even heat, which is ideal for fish. It's hands-off, and the parcels can be assembled ahead of time. If it's new to you and...

Coconut Cold Brew Coffee

Mixing toasted coconut into your coffee grounds before brewing creates a pleasant coconut flavor without any added syrups. If you're in the habit of buying an iced coffee from a shop every day, this economical...

Author: Kat Boytsova

Cucumber and Peach Salad with Herbs

Mariani uses various heirloom cucumbers for this savory-sweet salad; if you can find them, flaunt them. If not, just use a mix of mini and English hothouse cucumbers, which are available year-round.

Author: Kelly Mariani