Pressure Cooker Pork Tenderloin

Yield: 4 to 6 servings Total time: 45 minutes

A great strategy for getting dinner on the table fast is to prepare part of the meal in a pressure cooker, leaving your hands free to make one of the other dishes. This well-seasoned pork dish is quick to get into the pressure cooker. While it’s cooking, make some garlic broccolini and rice.

If you don’t have a pressure cooker, try these grilled pork tenderloins.

Recipe from The Kitchn.

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Garlic Noodles

Yield: 4 servings Total time: 30 minutes

Butter, garlic, soy sauce, fish sauce, and Parmesan seems like a funky combination, but it’s a delicious way to dress a side of noodles.

Recipe from Spoon Fork Bacon.

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Salty Crispy Tofu

Yield: 3 servings Total time: 40 minutes

Medium or medium-firm tofu can be hard to find, but it’s the perfect texture for this dish. After a couple of unsuccessful attempts at making tofu at home, I found this recipe, which calls for soaking tofu in hot salted water ahead of rolling it in cornstarch and shallow-frying it. It’s crispy and delicious, and one of my son’s favorite dishes.

Serve with garlic broccolini.

Recipe from Not Not Nutritious.

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Easy Skillet Kale with Lemon & Garlic

Yield: 4 to 6 servings Total time: 20 minutes

I’m late to the kale party, but have been looking for healthy vegetable recipes to serve as side dishes. This is a super easy (you tear the leaves with your hands, rather than chop them, and you don’t even have to dry the leaves after you rinse them) and quick side for a weeknight dinner.

Recipe from The Kitchn.

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Grilled Flatbreads Topped with Peach, Prosciutto, & Burrata

Yield: 6 servings Total time: 20 minutes

Grilling pita or slices of nice bread and topping them with grilled peaches, prosciutto, burrata, balasmic glaze, and basil, is a beautiful way to serve an elegant appetizer or light entreé for a girls’ night in.

Recipe from Spoon Fork Bacon.

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Grilled Chicken Cobb Salad

Yield: 4 servings Total time: 3 to 8 hours

If you’re looking for a mouth-watering salad filling enough for dinner, but still lettuce-based (so it at least seems healthy), this is it. Romaine lettuce is topped with marinated and grilled sliced chicken thighs, bacon, tomatoes, avocado, red onions, boiled eggs, and honey-dijon vinaigrette.

Recipe from Damn Delicious.

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Chicken & Pea Traybake

Yield: 4 servings Total time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Who knew a meal of chicken thighs and frozen peas could be so decadent? A long roast in a hot oven crisps the skin on the chicken, and the peas cook down in the chicken juice and schmaltz. Serve with mashed potatoes or rice to soak it all up.

Recipe from Nigella Lawson’s At My Table via Food52.

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Pressure Cooker Honey & Soy Pork Tenderloin

Yield: 4 to 6 servings Total time: 30 minutes

You can’t have enough recipes that are kid-friendly and can be easily served within 30 minutes. This honey-soy pork tenderloin, prepared in the pressure cooker, gets dinner on the table fast. Serve with hot rice and roasted broccoli or garlic broccolini.

Recipe from Homemade for Elle.

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Yield: 6 servings Total time: 45 minutes

Grilled corn with juicy tomatoes, salty feta cheese, basil, and lemon is the perfect side for a backyard barbecue or pool party. We usually bring some spare grilled whole corn to satisfy kids who’d rather eat straight off the cob.

Recipe from Simply Delicious Food.

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Egg Ribbons

Yield: 1 serving Total time: 10 minutes

Leo doesn’t fall for recipes that trick kids into eating healthy foods, but he loves eggs in almost any form, and having another way to prepare them is great.

To make ribbons, you gently cook a circle of eggs like a crepe, then roll the crepe and slice it into ribbons.

Recipe from The Kitchn.

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