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Looking for easy step-by-step instructions for different cooking techniques? These simple recipes will help you master the basics!
Roasted Green Beans
Green beans tossed in a bit of oil achieve a crinkly quality that can only be achieved through roasting.
Cooked Brown Rice
Swapping out water for chicken or vegetable broth when cooking any type of rice is a simple step to bump up the flavor.
Sautéed Kale with Garlic
Minced garlic brings a little pep into a sturdy side like kale. To turn into a meal, toss kale with pasta and herbed goat cheese or use as the base for a frittata.
Roasting gives this cruciferous vegetable caramelized edges and a tender center.
Also known as Israeli couscous, this grain works as a hot or cold preparation. Dress with olive oil and lemon zest for hot or toss with a vinaigrette and herbs for cold.
A combination of ground pork, veal, and beef adds mega flavor to this meatloaf. A double dose of it means you can save one loaf to freeze.
Use these baby potatoes as a side dish or toss with greens and top with fried eggs to easily transform into a meal.
Roasted Pork Tenderloins
Browning these tenderloins on the stovetop until golden and then popping in the oven to finish is the key to perfectly succulent pork.
Onions cook down into an almost jam-like consistency that can be topped on burgers, stirred into sour cream for a dip, or combined with beef broth for French onion soup.
Blanched Broccoli Florets
Turn broccoli into a salad by tossing with a vinaigrette and adding ingredients like dried cranberries and sliced almonds, or finely chop and sprinkle onto a homemade vegetable pizza.
A mayonnaise-based Caesar dressing is easier to whip together and eliminates the need for raw egg yolks, which are used in the traditional recipe.
Roasted Grape Tomatoes
Grape tomatoes take on another form when roasted to caramelization. From side dish to condiment to pasta sauce, the uses are endless.
Lentils are one of the highest-protein sources of legumes (behind the mighty edamame). If that doesn’t convince you, it’s also one of the quickest-cooking.
Buttery Sautéed Mushrooms
Pair these sultry mushrooms with pork chops as a side, throw into a hearty soup, or stir into risotto.
Sautéed Bell Peppers and Corn
Frozen corn gets a slight flavor upgrade with bell peppers and shallots.
Roasted Turkey Breast Tenderloins
A turkey breast tenderloin is a less-utilized dinner option, but this lean meat isn’t just for the holidays.
Roasted Butternut Squash Chunks
Using pre-cut packaged butternut squash is an efficient time-saver. Toss these roasted pieces into a salad or mash with a touch of milk and butter.
Fresh Tomato Salsa
Whether to accompany chips or slather onto tacos, this recipe fits all your salsa needs.
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