Entertaining a big crowd? Make it easy on yourself with mussels in tangy tomato sauce. These fun-to-serve shells cook up in one big pot and flavor the sauce as they simmer. Then sop up all the leftover sauce up with crusty bread.
For a dinner that feels restaurant-fancy but cooks up easy, try seared scallops. A few minutes in a hot skillet gives them a gorgeous golden-brown finish. Packaged shredded Brussels sprouts are the secret shortcut to a perfectly paired fall salad.
Give taco night a beachy makeover with crunchy breaded tilapia fillets. They crisp up in no time on the stove and are ready to be topped with all the classics like pico de gallo and lime.
With this one-pan wonder, ramen gets a homemade twist that the whole family will love. Tender, quick-cooking veggies and shrimp mix with noodles, all tossed in a sweet and tangy sauce.
Fresh citrus zest adds zing to this easy Asian-inspired glaze for quick broiled cod. Just brush it on and let it sizzle into a sticky-sweet coating for boneless fillets, while a squeeze of juice brightens up broccoli.
Don’t be intimidated by the outer skin and irregular shape of butternut squash. With the help of a sharp knife and a vegetable peeler, it’s simpler than you think to prep this vibrant fall vegetable for your favorite seasonal recipes.