I love pasta dishes, but I don’t always love the calories. This pasta recipe preserves the decadent spirit of a classic dish while cutting back on butter and cream to make a wholesome family meal in a small amount of time.
The astringency of the grapefruit is balanced out by the sweetness of the dressing. Excellent as a starter or served alongside a main dish.
Buttermilk and lemon make this panna cotta tangy, refreshing, and light.
Staying on healthy eating track is easy with this excellent make-ahead bowl.
Baked Falafel is a lighter twist to a deep-fried favorite. If you want to make an extra batch you can freeze them for a few months.
Air frying makes these sweet potato fries just as crispy as deep frying.
Bright lemon, pistachios, sweet honey, and sharp horseradish complement the richness of salmon.
Crisp apples and dried cranberries come together in a fresh Autumn salad. Feel free to double or triple for a larger group.
Tiny New York Kitchen has been preparing a lot of chicken these past few months. If you need a change-up in your chicken rotation use this recipe. If you don’t want to grill then use a grill pan on your stovetop.
Good meatloaf is one of the ultimate comfort foods. To be tender and juicy, it needs the perfect ratio of meat, fats, vegetables, and spices. Meatloaf freezes beautifully, so make a double batch and keep one for a quick meal at another time.