10/08/12 - 0 Comments
Seven Simple Weekday Dinners
Breakfast for dinner, vegan pizza night, a salad main, a simple salmon dish, quick pasta, Mexican night and a homey chicken pie… these dinners are to die for! Moreover, these are easy to make, too. Here are our top dinner picks for your weeknight meals.
Make Monday your breakfast for dinner day. After all, since you start off your day with breakfast, you should start off your week with breakfast too! Try this Vegetable Frittata with Roasted Potatoes and Garlic by Martha Stewart.
Have you ever tried a vegan pizza? Chef Chloe Coscarelli’s Roasted Apple Butternut Squash and Caramelized Onion Pizza is low in fat, high in nutrients and easy to make! Here is the recipe using store-bought dough, for those who want a quick way to make dinner!
Not many people think of salads as a main dinner course, but pairing them with some meat or Gardein Chick’n Filets will complete the meal. This Bistro Chicken Salad by Redbook Magazine is perfect for a dinner main course. Substitute the Gardein in place of poultry for a cruelty-free, healthy and delicious alternative.
A simple seafood dish, such as Better Home and Gardens’ Herbed Salmon dish, is a simple tasty Thursday dinner. Serve this dish with a side salad or rice and enjoy.
You are always going out on a Friday night, so making something quick, easy and delicious is essential. Before leaving the house, prepare this easy Low-Fat Fettuccine Alfredo dinner by Real Simple. This meal only takes 15 minutes to make, leaving you plenty of time to get ready.
You may have a little more time in the kitchen on the weekends, and you will also probably be restocking your pantry and fridge because Saturday is catch-up day. Instead of typical taco Tuesdays, try Mexican fiesta Saturdays. Make something special on Saturday, like theses delicious Chicken Fajitas by Food Network.
One pot meals are perfect for Sunday dinners. Gather your family and friends for this Savory Chicken Pie by Paula Deen. This mouth-watering dish brings warmth and happiness to your family’s table, and goes well with a simple salad.