Bowls of Caprese-style chicken pasta -- with tomatoes, cheese, and herbs -- answer the question of what to have for dinner tonight. You need only 30 minutes, start to finish. Add butter, cheese and pasta water first, then tomatoes and herbs. Sprinkle chicken on top.
This is a lovely departure from the usual pumpkin pie without breaking too much with tradition. There's no mistaking it for anything other than a rich, creamy pumpkin pie, with a little something-something extra-special.
Quick-cooking pork tenderloin, stuffed with a sweet-and-savory mixture of dried apricots, apricot jam, and shallot, roasts in half an hour. Here, your baking sheet serves double duty: The shallow surface helps potatoes and brussels sprouts become golden and crisp while the stuffed pork tenderloin roasts alongside.
Basically a shepards pie with a twist. I added some garlic powder and Worcestershire sauce. A good quick and easy week night meal.
Leave the baking sheet in the cabinet, and bake a batch of golden brown cornbread biscuits atop a tasty mix of beef and bell peppers, on the table in 45 minutes. This dinner-in-a-skillet packs generous amounts of beef, mushrooms, and red peppers; the tastes meld with the cornbread biscuits as they bake together.