This week chicken is the centerpiece of a trio of affordable, versatile and quick meals. A smoky orange roasted chicken finds it s way into Quesadillas and Thai chicken salad for three delicious and different meals.
You can make an Asian-style peanut sauce with simple pantry-staple ingredients in just minutes. This nutty and delicious concoction plays into a week of fresh-tasting meals.
Robin shows you how to get "stick to your ribs" flavor using a slow cooker for two tasty weeknight meals: Barbecued Ribs with easy sides and a Stuffed Squash. Later in the week, it’s a BBQ twist on pizza and a satisfying Apple-Cranberry Galette.
Slow down. The slow cooker does the work for you in two hearty and heartwarming meals: Robin's Minestrone and a Lamb and Lentil Stew. Then, a light but satisfying pasta salad. For dessert Robin shows a fun and easy way to spruce up store-bought sugar cookies.
From Mexico to Italy to Morocco, Robin gets inspiration for three fast weeknight meals on the fly including Moroccan style Tilapia With Mango. For dessert, Robin uses a surprise ingredient to create sweet and light Berry Napoleons.
Don't call it leftovers! Robin makes clever use of extra food from one meal to the next by planning ahead and getting creative. For dessert, quick and elegant Apricot Puff Pastry Twists are a snap.
What's for dinner? This week steak's the answer for two quick and delicious meals. We'll grill a double batch one night for a steak dinner and slice the rest to top a healthy arugula salad another night. A pasta dish packed with vegetables makes it to the table in minutes, along with savory puff pastry twists that bake up in no time.
The freezer can be your best friend when it comes to making dinner for a weeknight meal. Baked ziti freezes well, so we'll make a double batch and bank one for a rainy day. Pork loin is a terrific freezer staple too and will yield enough to make two delicious dinners without much work. And for dessert, we'll dress up frozen yogurt with a peanut fudge sauce.
Flavorful meals can be made in a flash, especially when you have a game plan for making them. This week, tuna steaks take center stage in two amazing weeknight meals--first, with a side of sauteed green beans, and later in a delicious Nicoise salad. The flavor continues with Chicken Fried Veal in tangy Jalapeno Sauce, followed by a sweet treat, Caramelized Pears drizzled in fudge sauce.
This week Quick Fix goes Italian, with some fast and easy recipes Mama would be proud of. First up, Spaghetti and Meatballs, featuring a fabulous sauce you can make in no time. Some of that sauce reappears in a light and tasty Halibut Puttanesca. Later in the week, Parmesan cheese tops a chicken dish that’s molto bene! And for dessert? Quick Fix Tiramisu. Ciao!
Never fear, fast meals are here. All eyes (and eyeballs) are on a tasty turkey tenderloin to kick off a week of fun faux body parts, like "intestine" noodles and carrot "fingers." And dessert is to die for: RIP cake with its own chocolate tombstones.
Give thanks this year for a simple Thanksgiving menu! Robin shows an easy way to make a flavorful roast turkey with stuffing, then turns it into a hearty Shepherd's Pie for later in the week. And the pumpkin pie is reborn in elegant espresso cakes.
Holiday cooking doesn’t have to take all day! Robin and her dad whip up elegant family favorites that are good for celebrating with company, or for a festive weeknight meal with the ones you love. Cornish Hens, Pan Seared Ham and Chutney, Croque Monsieur – it’s all good, and easy, Robin’s way. She’ll also show you a Quick Fix sweet treat good for snacking and gifts.