You can use almost any fish you like, but red snapper works particularly well.
Try a new twist on oven-roasted cauliflower steaks—blood orange olive oil and smoky-sweet Vandouvan spice take this easy recipe over the top.
We’ve taken turkey meatloaf up a notch by adding spicy-sweet, nutrient-packed chutney
There's nothing like a hearty bowl of chili when the winter winds blow-unless it's our healthy baked version
Get all of the health benefits of fatty fish in this delicious dish. Smoky and sweet, this recipe is nothing short of freaky good!
We think even people who say they don’t like fish will love this delicate, mild cod dish.
This glamorous and tempting but oh-so-easy feast makes a perfect New Year's Eve dinner for two—and it pairs beautifully with that vintage Champagne you've been saving!
Imagine dinner in one pan and less than one hour. That is the magic of sheet pan dinners. While many recipes use large sheet pans—which is good for large meals—we pared it down to a smaller pan for servings of four. Any of these recipes can be bumped up if you are feeding a large crowd.
Turn a deli-roasted chicken into a star dish with sweet roasted cherry tomatoes and crispy baked green beans. Serve this alone or with cooked pasta.
Eggplant parmesan is one of those dishes that eats up time and leaves a mess in the kitchen because of pan frying the eggplant. We’ve come up with a sheet-pan recipe that speeds up the time, reduces all that grease spatter and tastes just as good.