This beef and broccoli recipe will become your go-to for busy weeknights. Prep work on this dish is a snap; you can even get some help from the market by purchasing pre-sliced beef and mushrooms. Serve the beef and broccoli over white rice or noodles for a delicious and filling meal that will have your family asking for it again and again.
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This special fried rice recipe is so quick and easy to make that you can drop the take out menu. The rice is loaded with delicious ingredients: chicken, ham, shrimp, onions, and bean sprouts making it a satisfying meal. We keep the spices simple, a bit of ginger and garlic, and of course, soy sauce. That’s it, really easy.
This ham fried rice is perfect for using up leftover white rice; not to mention that open pack of bacon, and the eggs you bought a few weeks ago. Actually, most of the ingredients needed for this meal are probably sitting in your fridge already. It’s really easy to make and super good.
Now that we’re close to the kids going back to school we need quick and easy dinner recipes for busy nights. This chicken broccoli mushrooms stir fry, is just that, quick and easy! Boneless, skinless chicken thighs are cooked with mushrooms and broccoli in a delicious Asian inspired sauce.
Chicken Katsu is a really easy way to shake up your dinner routine. Chicken cutlets are breaded with panko breadcrumbs and fried until golden and delicious. Serve the chicken katsu with teriyaki sauce, a side of jasmine rice and edamame for a complete meal your family will be asking for again.
This chicken satay with a homemade peanut sauce is a really easy way to change up your dinner routine. The chicken needs to marinate for at least a couple of hours, but the marinade is a cinch to make and the chicken grills ups really quick. The peanut sauce is super easy to make and absolutely delicious.
Dinner doesn’t get any easier than this shrimp & sesame noodles dish. Tasty noodles topped with slightly-spicy shrimp in less than half an hour? Yes, please! Just season the shrimp, cook the pasta, add the sauce; then quickly sauté the shrimp. That’s it, serve and eat. This meal is perfect for hectic weeknights and lazy weekends.