These five-ingredient recipes will help you get dinner on the table in no time. And the best part? You probably have most of these ingredients on hand.
A marinade of fig preserves and balsamic vinaigrette adds great flavor to steaks. Marinate them overnight, cook them on the
grill in less than 20 minutes, and serve them with a premade garlic-herb cheese sauce for an amazing weeknight meal.
Pull out that frozen garlic bread from your freezer and transform it into a pizza that kids and adults alike will love. Top
the bread with deli-fried chicken strips, pizza sauce, cheese, and basil. Or use any leftover meat on hand, such as chopped
chicken breasts or Italian sausage.
Weeknight meals can't get much easier than this. Simply dredge turkey or chicken cutlets in a flour mixture, cook for a few
minutes until done, and serve with a white wine reduction. Complete the meal with a just-as-easy side—sautéed zucchini.
Pork chops don't always have to be fried. Try serving them with an easy Herb-Mustard Butter made with parsley, sage, and honey
mustard. It's simple but has plenty of flavor!
A cup of sun-dried tomato vinaigrette with roasted red peppers is all you'll need to flavor this meal! Add extra flavor with
fresh basil and chopped sun-dried tomatoes.
Just put unpeeled shrimp in a baking dish with lemon, melted butter, and a package of Italian dressing mix, and bake for about
30 minutes. It's really that easy!
Cook the corned beef brisket the day before to make meal prep a cinch then all you'll have to do is brush the brisket with
the marmalade-mustard glaze and bake for an easy supper.
The almond coating on this tilapia gives it a great nutty-flavored crunch. Ready in less than 10 minutes, this recipe will
become a go-to weeknight meal your family will love.
This recipe's great flavor and impressive appearance will fool everyone. The secret is a jar of jalapeño pepper jelly. Mixed
with white wine and fresh basil, the pepper jelly makes a wonderful marinade and sauce.
Sauerkraut, apricot preserves, and chili sauce pack this brisket with flavor and keep it moist and juicy as it bakes for hours.
Skip the grease and mess of traditional fried chicken and try this pan-fried version. Cornmeal and breadcrumbs make the breading
extra crispy. Serve with a quick salad and mashed potatoes for a complete weeknight meal.
Orange marmalade, horseradish, and whipping cream are all you need to make a spicy citrus cream. It adds just the right amount
of flavor to grilled fillets.
All you have to do to prepare this crowd-pleaser is sprinkle a pork tenderloin with steak seasoning, wrap it with bacon, and
stick it in the oven. It's that easy!
Avoid the mess of frying fish by oven-frying it instead. Cornflakes add the crunchy coating while reducing the grease of traditional
Hoisin sauce and sweet chili sauce give these pork chops their Asian flare. Simply marinate the pork chops and put them on
the grill for a quick-and-easy dinner.
Although simple, this chicken dish is packed with flavor. A curry sauce made of honey, butter, yellow mustard, and curry powder
makes it oh-so good!
Jerk seasoning with fresh rosemary along with a citrus raspberry-chipotle sauce gives this healthy and simple meal wonderful
A bottle of mojo criollo Spanish marinating sauce and a bottle of enchilda sauce are all you need to flavor this grilled chicken.
Spruce up the presentation with parsley sprigs and orange slices.
Entertaining doesn't have to be complicated. This Dijon Pork Loin is impressive enough for guests but easy enough for your
The sauce used in Lexinton-style barbecue inspired this spicy-hot vinegar marinade made with cider vinegar, brown sugar, and