Have dinner ready in under an hour with Ellie's Chicken Cacciatore and five-star quinoa.
Chicken Dinner Highlights
Tuna and whole grain pasta make this salad a light and satisfying mid-day meal.
Have a weeknight fiesta with this Mexican menu featuring mango salsa, chile-cheese rice and sizzling chicken fajitas.
Simple enough for a busy weeknight, but fancy enough for company – these recipes are elegant, yet effortless.
Italian food doesn't have to be heavy! Starting the meal off with soup helps curb your appetite.
Good things come in small packages. Serve up these eye-pleasing and good-for-you appetizers at your next cocktail party.
Set aside at least a night or two each week to enjoy good food and conversation with your family. This classic meal of meatloaf, potatoes and broccoli will please kids and adults alike.
This scrumptious meal is perfect for vegetarians or anyone who celebrates Meatless Mondays.
Beef can be part of a well-balanced, nutritious diet — just stick with leaner cuts like sirloin.
Celebrate the weekend with a guilt-free spread of quiche, hash browns and strawberry parfaits.
Shake up your dinner menu with this Asian-inspired menu for only 600 calories.
Who says you need work hard to get healthy? This low-fat meal contains less than 30 percent of calories from fat and can be cooked up in no time.
Make dinnertime easy with a spread that you can prepare entirely the night before.
Give tonight's dinner a Southern spin with this soulful menu featuring baked green tomatoes and banana pudding.
Finding delicious and healthy recipes fit for a diabetic is possible. This entire meal contains 40 grams of carbohydrates, including dessert!
Full of flavor but low in sodium -- each recipe has less than 325 milligrams per serving.
This vegan meal will please everyone at the table.
This good-for-you meal is low in saturated fat and cholesterol, but chock full of flavor.
Keep spirits high and hunger down on your next trip with this healthy portable meal.
Master the art of weeknight dinner by keeping these easy recipes in your back pocket.
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