Weeknight Meal Planner: Week of September 26th
If broccoli rabe is a bit bitter for your family or if you have trouble finding it, chopped broccoli would be a delicious substitute in this 20-minute supper. Serve with extra lemon for more zip.
The gravy is the standout, perfect for stirring into mashed potatoes. Serve with quick-cooking greens like spinach or kale for an easy, family-friendly meal.
For family taco night, set out the filling, taco shells, and toppings, and let everyone craft their own unique creations.
OK, so technically we can't call this a gumbo because there is no roux. But it certainly tastes like a gumbo, right down to the Cajun trinity of onion, celery, and green bell pepper. Serve with a crusty baguette for mopping up every last delicious drop.
This 5-star Shrimp Fettuccine Alfredo, which calls for quick-cooking refrigerated pasta, is a great go-to dish for hectic weeknights.
The glaze on this mouthwatering cake is enough to make you want to lick your screen. Drain the canned pumpkin before making the cake batter to keep the cake's texture light.