Roast Pork Sandwiches au Jus with Rosemary
Tender, juicy, and quick-cooking pork tenderloin is an excellent choice for a weeknight dinner. This recipe saves the tasty juices left in the roasting pan, and makes them into a flavorful jus for dipping your sandwich. A fast marinade and 10-minute roasting time gives the pork deep flavor without taking all day.
Chunky Vegetarian Chili
Making chili from dried beans takes hours, but canned beans turn this into an easy 45-minute recipe without sacrificing any taste. Incorporating plenty of spice, along with fresh onion, pepper, and garlic flavors, this chili is a great hearty meal for anytime. With more than 14 grams per serving, it's also a great way to incorporate more fiber into your diet.
Biscuit-Topped Chicken Potpie
This recipe offers classic old-fashioned taste in a tiny fraction of the time it took Mom to make, and with much less fat and fewer calories to boot. It's got all the elements of a great potpie―tender veggies, a thick-and-creamy sauce, buttery biscuit crust―but it's ready in about 40 minutes.
East Asian Pork Strips
It's only a half-hour of marinating that takes any time in this easy, easy recipe. After that, the pork is stir-fried for six minutes, and you're done. The bourbon-tinged pork matches perfectly with the sweet soy-and-ginger-flavored sauce. Serve with rice for a simple weeknight meal.
Bottled salsa and canned tomatoes are the shortcut to a zesty sauce for this unique dish. It's in the familiar Italian layered-noodle form, but the flavors and fillings―cumin, black beans, corn―are pure Southwest. Try different flavors of salsa to shake up this dish, whether with the herbs and spices of a mild variety or the fiery heat of a spicy one.