With dough at the ready, you can have a cheesy, spicy pizza in under half an hour. A true weeknight or late-night pick me up.
Unlike humdrum store-bought chips, these have some semblance of sophistication, not to mention healthfulness. And yes, it’s still hard to stop at just one.
Made with both almonds and brown butter, this little number from Dorie Greenspan is the love child of sole amandine and sole meunière.
Salmon piccata for 2 is a recipe for love–the love of good food, natch. A pan sauce of white wine, lemon, and capers provides the perfect finishing touch.
We absolutely love breakfast for dinner. It’s a weeknight savior when you feel lazy, hangry, or just plain rushed off your feet.
An easy combo of roasted beets and feta are drizzled with an incredible, caramelized dressing. Served warm, the flavors are even better.
A keto option that combines loads of flavor with juicy chicken and will satisfy you even without carbs. Olives and mushrooms amp it up perfectly.
Healthy isn’t necessarily boring or penance. This lovely (and quick!) dinner is so darn delectable, you’re going to completely forget it’s good for you.
This crazy satisfying, ridiculously cheap, pantry-minded dinner consists of just pasta, cheese, oil, salt, pepper, and a nifty technique.
A richly flavored, sweet, and savory tofu dish that will make a tofu-lover out of anyone. It’s true–be prepared to share.
A fusion of Italian and Southeast Asian flavors make this lemony, garlicky, spicy spaghetti a weeknight winner. Make it as hot as you like.
This perfect little dish is full of juicy shrimp that’s been steeped in spices, then flash fried in butter, oil, and more spices. Yes, please!
We bet you’ve always wanted to try your hand at this lush dessert, if you haven’t already. It might even be easier to pull off than you think.
This zucchini linguine is a panoply of summer abundance with summer squash and herbs crowding out the usual pasta sauce suspects. No complaints here.
Seafood pasta is always a little luxurious—even on Wednesday night, and even when the pasta in question is ready in half an hour.
A modern riff on the classic Italian cocktail. The addition of orange-flavored hard seltzer gives your drink a refreshing, and unexpected, upgrade.
This is an exceptionally easy way to sate those crave-worthy Vietnamese flavors at home. Not a lot of ingredients or special techniques, just sticky caramelized perfection.
If you know Chris McDade, you know he loves the salty umami bombs known as anchovies. Let this effortless pasta show you why we’re obsessed, too.
A lightened-up version of shrimp scampi replaces butter-soaked noodles for olive-oil kissed zoodles. Don’t worry, it’s still got lots of garlicky shrimp.
Andrew Janjigian, a wonder of the bread world, walks you through the best way to make a pizza on your grill. Start simple with a classic summer tomato pie.