10 Dinner Recipes to Get You to Your "Me Time" Even Faster
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Sometimes, life seems so crazy that downtime is downright laughable. Shopping, cooking, cleaning, shuttling people around—it all take its toll. That's why it's important to make time for yourself to just sit down and take a break from it all. And the best way to do that is to get done with your cooking faster! Quick and easy recipes are nothing new, but finding the right ones can be a struggle. Here are 10 ideas with 10 ingredients or less for meals that will get you away from your kitchen and onto the couch sipping tea in no time.
- Quick and Easy Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry by Chayie Schlisselfeld
Stir fry is always a crowd-pleaser, but often can involve a lot of prep work and dozens of ingredients. Not this time. This chicken and broccoli stir fry is so easy to make, it's almost unbelievable.
- Roasted Vegetable Medley by Estee Kafra
Why bend over backwards to find a way to get them to eat their vegetables? This amazing medley is quick, easy, and delicious. Plus, it can be added to you favorite protein for a supermeal!
- Faked Ziti by Esty Wolbe
Weeknight meals don't have to take the whole night. Cut the baking time out of this family favorite with this wonder of a recipe. With this method, you'll not only save time on cooking but also on cleaning!
- Dijon Crusted Salmon By Rivky Kleiman
This beautiful salmon is more than your average pan-fried with lemon juice fish, which means it'll be all the more delicious and impressive even though it barely takes more time at all. Has dijon ever been the wrong choice? Definitely not.
- Balsamic and Herb Chicken by Rivky Kleiman
Why not dress up those chicken cutlets with some delicious herbs? No need to clear out the spice aisle at the supermarket. This recipe uses one ingredient for all of your herb needs.
- Mixed Quinoa and Pistachio Pilaf by Faigy Grossman
Never underestimate the importance of quinoa. It turns a side dish into a fully composed meal. But that doesn't mean your fully composed meal needs to take a fully composed week. This one packs a ton of flavor and is beautiful to boot.
- Barbecue Meatballs with Ptitim by Sina Mizrahi
Meatballs can be a weeknight no-brainer, especially if you keep a batch in the freezer! Pair them with some Israeli couscous and a sweet, smoky barbecue sauce for a delicious dinner, any day of the week.
- Kale and Sweet Potato Sauté by Jill Hillhouse and Lisa Cantkier
Veggies and color add a lot to your table without adding a lot to your to-do list. Make this Kale and Sweet potato sauté one of your staples this fall!
- Salmon A La Pasta by Faigy Grossman
This recipe is its own main course and side dish! Salmon is such a versatile protein and a kid-pleaser when paired with pasta.
- Baked Pears with Honey and Cinnamon by Raizy Fried
Every meal needs a little something sweet. Fall calls for warm clothes, warm drinks, and warm flavors. Spend less time by the stove and more time by the fire with this Autumn-spiced dessert.
This Fall, take some time for yourself without sacrificing anything. These 10 tasty recipes will keep you satisfied and relaxed enough to give yourself a break. Here's to the mother.