recipes for: Dinner
This round-up of easy, healthy weeknight meals is on repeat in the Well Seasoned household. These are quick to prep, simple to cook, and deliver big flavor the whole family will love!
Lemon garlic pasta with shrimp and scallops is a quick, easy, and flavorful weeknight dinner! Fresh shellfish adds a subtle sweetness, which plays off the lemon garlic pasta sauce so well! Finish with lots of freshly grated Parmesan cheese and chopped parsley. Ready from start to finish in less than 30 minutes!
Slow roast leg of lamb is perfect for Passover or Easter! Braised bone-in lamb leg cooks low and slow until juicy and fall-off-the-bone tender. Serve with lots of white wine sauce for a flavorful and special celebratory meal!
Roast chicken gets an upgrade with shallots, black olives, and red grapes for the ultimate sweet and savory weeknight dinner! Serve with your favorite potatoes for a cozy, hearty dinner. Whole30 and GF.
These are our go-to salmon dinner recipes that we make again and again! They're a combination of easy weeknight recipes the whole family will love, but also perfect for entertaining and always sure to impress!
Thick, creamy, buttery homemade red skin mashed potatoes! Infuse melted butter with smashed garlic cloves before folding into tender mashed potatoes with a touch of heavy cream. Garnish with chives, flaky sea salt, and black pepper for a cozy side dish that goes well with everything!
Chicken Provencal looks and tastes fancy, but is quick to prep and simple to make. Roast chicken quarters seasoned with Herbs de Provence over a bed of shallots, garlic, and green olives. The sauce is made from combining Vermouth (or wine) with creamy artichoke spread. Serve with Provencal vegetables (ratatouille or tian would be great!) and crusty baguette.
This easy couscous salad with tarragon roasted shrimp is light, refreshing, and particularly good if you want to make it ahead of time and serve later in the day. Toss fluffy Moroccan couscous with a tarragon vinaigrette, then stir in red onion, tomatoes, slivered almonds, and fresh chives. Top with quick roasted shrimp for a simple, light lunch or dinner!
Take a pot of creamy corn grits, then turn it into something new: crispy polenta fries! Mix in lots of grated Parmesan cheese, creamy mascarpone, and whatever fresh herbs you've got on hand. Once cool, cut into sticks, then cook until crispy and golden around the edges. We love serving polenta fries with marinara sauce, but these would also be fantastic with homemade aioli! A side dish the whole family loves!