10 Quick and Easy Recipes From Your Pantry
Try these 10 quick and easy recipes that utilize ingredients you're likely to have in your pantry. By: Maggie Gordon
With the following items on hand, you can make dinner in a snap, without heading to the supermarket: pasta and rice, olive or canola oil, beans―dried or canned, canned tomatoes, eggs, onions and garlic, herbs―fresh or dried, vinegar and lemon juice, cheese―parmesan or cheddar, and frozen vegetables.
With a prep and cook time of just 30 minutes, you can whip up this delicious dinner in less time than it would take a pizza place to deliver it to your doorstep. Bonus: No tip needed!
This versatile dish can be served as a quick family meal or as an appetizer at a dinner party. For dinner, serve over a bed of mixed greens, or further utilize your pantry by serving with pasta.
Chicken potpie is a great second-day meal to reuse leftover chicken. And this one can be made start-to-finish in a little more than half an hour with pleasing results. The crispy crust and warm creamy filling, paired with an easy clean-up, make this recipe a keeper.
This meal cooks in minutes, and is a great option for a busy night when you don’t have time for grocery shopping or heavy meal preparation. Serve with toast and read the paper while eating for the ultimate breakfast-for-dinner experience.
This dish is ready in less than 20 minutes, and can be served several ways. Grab some pasta from your cabinet as a side dish, or toast a few slices of bread instead and use the aioli as a spread for a delicious chicken sandwich.
If you're searching for an easy yet elegant dinner, look no further. This seafood dish packs in a lot of flavor and freshness, with a creamy sauce and tons of sweet-and-pungent roasted garlic.
Stir-frying is a great way to create rich, flavorful dishes in a short amount of time. This dish is no exception, and takes less than 10 minutes start to finish to prepare. It's also ideal for leftovers, making this a homerun choice for a hectic weeknight.
This recipe is quick, easy, and filling with a side salad and garlic bread―definitely a keeper. If you like spicy, try adding a little extra cayenne, but use a light hand; it's powerful stuff.
Our top-rated vegetarian chili requires minimal attention while it cooks, allowing you to multitask on a busy evening. It works well as a meal for a family with dietary restrictions too, since it's vegetarian- and vegan-friendly.
This dish is simple, fresh, and superfast. It's bright and tasty, as well as a cheap and more healthful alternative to Chinese takeout. With a total cook time of less than 20 minutes, it's a stress-free way to spice up a weeknight meal.