Here's a classic family dish with a smart twist: the sauce and crunchy cheese topping are made with cheese puffs that have been puréed.
Here is the ideal supper that can be prepared in 20 minutes, great for when time is of the utmost. It tastes good too; ground lamb is combined with chile, spices, and fresh cilantro before being formed into sausages and grilled.
Here is a quick supper that will encourage the family to eat lots of greens. Peas, broccoli, and spinach are combined in a creamy, cheesy Parma ham sauce.
This curry's hot chili is subdued by its sweetness from pineapple and coconut, and it also has a nice crunch from roasted, salted cashew nuts.
In contrast to the traditional salsa verde, which calls for anchovies, this variation uses a can of sardines along with parsley, capers, and breadcrumbs.
This pizza doesn't rise because the foundation doesn't include yeast, yet it tastes far better than takeout.
Our list of weekday favorites includes the incredibly soft chicken thighs that are prepared with bacon, stock, and white wine before being topped with cream and mushrooms.
Cooked with orzo, a tiny noodle shape, feta, and black olives, along with herbs, tomatoes, and spices, the lamb is cut into tender bits.
This simple stir-fry, which uses largely pantry goods, combines cashew nuts, pineapple pieces, and crisp battered prawns. In about 35 minutes, it will be finished.
This rich, creamy, cheese-filled gratin is the ideal vegetarian main dish. Fennel and leeks work well together since they don't go mushy when cooked, and they add an aniseed sweetness.