From one-pot meals to 30-minute dinners, these are the easiest recipes you can make this week.
As an Allrecipes community member, you likely have those easy recipes that are go-to's on busy weeknights saved to your profile. Maybe you even have all 10 of these recipes already saved to your profile. Because we all know on those nights when you just need to get dinner on the table, you’re reaching for a recipe that you know and love—or someone you trust does. And we think it’s pretty safe to trust your fellow AR users, which is why we turned to them for some dinner inspiration.
We asked the over 10,000 members of our Digital Recipe Box Instagram Broadcast Channel to share their favorite recipes for weeknight cooking—and they certainly delivered.
Simple Turkey Chili
This hearty, one-pot turkey chili has dinner on the table in just an hour. And, because the mildly spicy, bean- and meat-packed chili serves eight, you’re almost guaranteed to have leftovers for another lunch or dinner.
Meatball Grinders with a Yummy Sauce
You might just have to trust the process on this one—but we have nearly 100 5-star reviewers to back us up. First, you’ll warm your frozen meatballs in a pizza sauce, apple jelly, and Italian seasoning sauce before adding them to buns and toasting the sub with mozzarella cheese in the oven. “This sauce certainly is outside-the-box and outrageously good,” says Allrecipes Allstar lutzflcat.
Easy Bacon Fried Rice
Make your favorite takeout dish at home with this simple, one-pan fried rice. Feel free to add more frozen veggies or another protein to make this a more filling main dish.
One Pan Orecchiette Pasta
Chef John’s One-Pan Orecchiette Pasta is loaded with spicy Italian sausage, arugula, and cheese in a lightly flavored chicken broth sauce. The only change reviewers make is using spinach instead of arugula if that’s what they have on hand.
Curried Cream of Cauliflower Soup
“This is by far the BEST soup recipe I've found. I've made it a few times in less than a week and can't get enough. I've even substituted potatoes and it was still good,” says reviewer Moe.
One Pot Tuna Casserole
This 30-minute meal is made with just seven ingredients that you likely already have in your kitchen. It’s a great option when you want a tuna noodle casserole, but don’t have time time to bake one, since this is made entirely on your stovetop. You can even add French-fried onions as a garnish for that crispy, baked texture.
Authentic Cincinnati Chili
If you’ve never tried this unique chili that hails from Ohio, you’re truly missing out. The chili, seasoned with Worcestershire sauce, chocolate, cinnamon, cayenne, and cloves, is delicious on its own—but, to keep it authentic, serve the chili as a “sauce” over spaghetti with cheese, diced onions, and kidney beans.
Honey Garlic Chicken Thighs
It doesn’t get much easier than these one-pot, crispy, glazed Honey Garlic Chicken Thighs. Be sure to deglaze your pan and save the delicious leftover onions, garlic, and sauce to dress your chicken or any rice and vegetables you serve it with.
Coconut Chickpea Curry
A simple curry dish is made even easier thanks to the use of canned chickpeas. Our test kitchen developer, Julia Levy, says you can adjust the red curry paste for your personal spice preference—so don’t let the heat level turn you away!
Cabbage Roll Casserole
“My cabbage roll casserole has all the ingredients of stuffed cabbage rolls but is a lot easier to make! This basic recipe will appeal to everyone but if you prefer more flavor, consider adding crushed garlic, paprika, thyme, or cayenne pepper,” says recipe creator BUCHKO.
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