Staff Favorites: Quick & Healthy Dinners
Check out this salad for a similar version to Tiffany's that uses ground round and raw peppers.
Phillip's go-to dish follows the same procedure as Spicy Lemon Trout. This recipe uses dried herbs but we love Phillip's version with fresh.
Use your favorite shaped pasta and if desired, throw in some lean protein (like turkey sausage or chicken) to create Tim's dish.
Check out this quick vegetarian curry dish featuring tofu for protein instead of canned chickpeas.
View Recipe: Tofu with Red Curry Paste, Peas, and Yellow Tomatoes
This side cucumber salad is similar to Scott's side. Sprinkle peanuts on the top for added crunch.
View Recipe: Spicy Cucumber Salad with Peanuts
This marinara sauce tops rotini but we love Vanessa's suggestion to use fresh cheese tortellini instead.
Follow the instructions on this recipe to make a dish similar to Julie's. Sub the asparagus for edamame and leave in the spinach for extra vitamins and fiber.
Swap the parsley for basil and toss in feta to make this salad similar to Holley’s.
This recipe for roasted spring vegetables would be great mixed with pasta and topped with rotisserie chicken for a simple meal similar to Allison’s weeknight life-saver. —Allison Long Lowery, Editor, CookingLight.com