15-Minute Meals from the Broiler
Serve delicious main dishes that take only minutes to cook. Just kick up the heat and dinner's ready in a flash.
Tenderloin Steaks with Red Onion Marmalade
Invite last-minute company for dinner and get cooking with this easy guest-worthy recipe. Broil tender beef steaks for about four minutes on each side, then top with a sweet-tart onion and honey marmalade. Pair with instant mashed potatoes and steamed green beans for a quick and flavorful show-stopping meal.
Crushed cornflakes give this flaky fish a crispy bite thank to a quick dredge in the cereal mixture, flavored with Parmesan cheese and paprika. A mayonnaise and Worcestershire coating helps the flakes stick and keep the fish moist while it broils for about six minutes on each side.
Blue Cheese Veal Chops
While the rice cooks, season chops with salt, pepper, and paprika then broil for about seven minutes on each side before adding the secret ingredient: blue cheese crumbles. Add the crumbles, mixed with yogurt, to the chops and broil for about 20 more seconds until the cheese melts. The flavor combination will leave you eager for leftovers.
Fire up the broiler to lightly brown flour tortillas before loading them up with fresh veggies and a smooth refried bean spread. The broiler crisps the tortillas and makes them curl slightly at the edges, making individual bowl-like servings sure to please any palate.
Veggie Sausage-Cheddar Frittata
Serve a breakfast frittata for dinner. This cousin to the omelet is packed with vegetarian sausage, slice veggies, and a hearty sprinkle of cheddar cheese. Cook the frittata on the stovetop, then transfer the skillet to the oven and broil for a few minutes, or until the cheese is melted.
Salmon with Mustard Cream
While the salmon fillets broil, mix up a zesty six-ingredient cream sauce. Reduced-fat sour cream provides a smooth background for Dijon mustard, fresh dill, lemon juice, garlic, and ground black pepper. Serve the sauce over the fish, then try a little on roasted potatoes.
Prosciutto-Wrapped Shrimp with Lemon Couscous
Wow your dinner guests with an over-the-top flavor combination of maple syrup, bourbon, teriyaki sauce, Dijon mustard, prosciutto, and chili powder, all served over a bright lemon couscous. Skewer the prosciutto-wrapped shrimp and broil for three minutes on each side for a dinner that's ready in 10 minutes.