This chicken chow mein is just like the dish you’d get from your favorite Chinese restaurant, and you can make it in 15 minutes. The tender noodles, sauteed vegetables, and sausage are tossed in a simple savory sauce. You can’t go wrong with this recipe and your family will beg you to make it over and over. Read more.
Made with leftover poultry and a handful of pantry ingredients, white bean turkey chili answers the question of what to make when you don’t want to run to the grocery store. Budget-friendly, high in protein, and ready in 40 minutes, it’s a dinner win! Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of favorites.
When a hankering for garlic, onions, and red sauce strikes, don’t deny it. Get your Italian fix with homemade aromatic meatballs in marinara sauce. Each is packed with nutty Pecorino, grassy parsley, and seasoned breadcrumbs, and served over savory roasted vegetables for a light twist. Get the recipe now.
What’s the perfect complement to any meal? Easy Parmesan garlic oven fries, of course. This side dish is simple to make, and full of flavor. For all of you spud-loving people out there, this is the recipe to make this week. It goes with everything – veggies, fish, beef, and poultry. Learn how to make it now.
Light up your life with this spicy spin on vegetarian tortilla soup. A zesty chile de árbol puree brings a bright, clean heat while roasted garlic, peppers, and onions add savory notes. Sour cream and limes keep those fiery flavors at bay. Read on to add this sassy soup to your list of meat-free must-haves.
Skip the drive-through line and make your own chicken fingers at home. Coated with flaxseeds and gluten-free breadcrumbs, then dipped in ketchup, your family is going to love this healthier spin on a kid-friendly classic. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of healthy dinner favorites.
The classic recipe gets a tangy twist with this sourdough banana nut bread. Without being too sweet, this is a healthy snack with a tasty streusel topping that’s simply irresistible. It’s a fantastic way to use up discarded starter without being so wasteful, and it doesn’t even need time to rise. Get the recipe now.
This carrot, rainbow chard, and red potato dal is a healthy vegan dish that’s packed with warming spices. Made in just one pan, it’s a hearty meatless entree, and you can serve it alongside other Indian-inspired dishes for a bigger meal. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of vegan favorites.
Looking to step up your warm-weather gastronomical game? Want to get out and enjoy the great outdoors? Like to eat? If so, you need a picnic basket – it’s that simple. We’ll help you choose the best one for your needs, from fully-stocked wicker baskets and rolling carts to backpacks with service for two or four.
To save your fine cutting tools, use a robust meat cleaver instead. With a large blade and ample weight, these big boys make short work of challenging foods – they dress ribs, chop up whole chickens, lop coconuts, or hew clean through a melon in one fell swoop. Check out our complete buying guide right here on Foodal.
There are endless layers of fun in this easy homemade chocolate trifle. This dessert is filled with moist cake, creamy pudding, slices of fresh banana, and airy whipped cream. It’s a dream to prepare, and even easier to eat! You can even make it a few hours ahead of time for a party. Get the recipe now.