Chicken Cutlets with Tomatoes to Rescue Your Weeknight Dinner Plan

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A tasty, healthy dinner in less than 30 minutes? These chicken cutlets with tomatoes make it possible and oh-so flavorful as well. The thin poultry is cooked with tomatoes in a white wine sauce that makes for a savory meal the whole family can enjoy. Served with arugula, fresh or wilted, it’s nice and light. Read more.

House Salad with Cucumbers and Tomatoes

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Make this house salad your standby and you’ll never be without a healthy side dish again. In this refreshing recipe, tender greens are tossed with crisp cucumbers, juicy cherry tomatoes, delicate sprouts, and a tangy balsamic-mustard vinaigrette. Read more now to get the full breakdown on these go-to greens.

Chicken Chilaquiles

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When you’re craving a comforting mess of Mexican food, chicken chilaquiles are the answer. After being braised in a bold blend of fruity guajillo peppers and tomatoes, shredded chicken is tossed with homemade tortilla chips, topped with salty cotija cheese, and drizzled with Mexican crema. Read on for the recipe.

Easy 20-Minute Creamy Tomato Basil Soup (Dairy Free)

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Who says you can’t have a bowl of comfort in a flash? With this 20-minute creamy tomato basil soup, you can enjoy that classic flavor without any dairy. Make a batch early in the week and rewarm it on weeknights for a quick and easy dinner. There’s never a wrong time to make a batch of soup. Get the recipe now.

Chicken Gyros with Tomato Salad and Feta

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If lemon, garlic, and white wine sound like a threesome-come-true, you’ll go gaga for this chicken gyro. Tender chicken thighs are marinated, skewered, charred to perfection, and tucked in a fluffy pita with feta, pickled veggies, and a light cucumber-herb salad. Read on to add this recipe to your list of fresh favs.

Pepperoni Chicken Parmesan

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When you’re looking to put a twist on tradition, this pepperoni chicken parmesan has got all the right marinara moves. Sliced fresh tomatoes and basil on top of breaded chicken echo the standard red sauce, and gooey mozzarella meets spicy, garlicky pepperoni in between. Hungry yet? Get the recipe now.

Einkorn Tomato Basil Pastry (Ricotta Tomato Pie)

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Vibrant summer tomatoes meet fragrant basil and fluffy ricotta cheese in this savory pastry. Thanks to soft, airy einkorn flour, the golden crust is unapologetically flaky – making it an expert landing zone for juicy heirlooms, fresh herbs, and sweet cheese. Get the recipe for this rustic tomato pie now.

Golden Tomato Sauce

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When your meals are getting mundane and marinara seems repetitious, up your game with this golden tomato sauce. A sweet medley of fresh yellow summer tomatoes and fragrant lemon basil, this divine sauce is as bright and refreshing as it is simple. Grab your garlic, and read more to get the recipe now.

Grilled Steak with Feta & Tomato Salsa Gets Dinner on the Table in 20 Minutes

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Our juicy and flavorful grilled steak with feta is the best way to get dinner on the table in only 20 minutes. The tomato and cheese topping is a fresh and tangy contrast to the hearty beef. It’s such an easy recipe that works great with a variety of side dishes, especially those made on the grill. Get the recipe now.

Fresh Tomato Tart with a Spelt Flour Crust

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Looking for some comfort food vibes using fresh summer ingredients? Make this savory spelt flour tart recipe. Whole fresh tomatoes, thin slices of nutty, aged Gouda, and caramelized onions are all roasted together. For the finishing touches, we add basil, flaky sea salt, and freshly cracked pepper. Read more now.

Warm French Lentil Salad with Tomatoes, Marcona Almonds, and Goat Cheese

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This warm lentil salad proves that simple is often best. Fresh thyme, juicy tomatoes, and buttery Marcona almonds are sauteed in olive oil, then tossed with fiber-rich lentils and creamy goat cheese for a healthy, yet satisfying side dish or vegetarian entree. Read more now to add it to your go-to list of easy recipes!

Simple Marinara Sauce Is a Must for the Best Italian Dishes

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There’s no need to turn to bottled products when you can make the best simple marinara sauce right in your own kitchen. This easy recipe comes together in a few simple steps and is ready in just 20 minutes. It brings big flavor, making it ideal for serving on freshly cooked noodles or even as a dip. Read more now.