Easy and Fast Dinner Recipes

Easy and Fast Dinner Recipes

Do you ever feel like if the day consisted of a few more hours, you could accomplish so much more? Well, since we can’t expand the day for you, we’ve done the next best thing. Recipe4Living has compiled a list of the best fast and easy dinner recipes. Now you don’t have to slave over a gourmet meal, but can spend time doing whatever else you please. Whether you’re playing with the kids, running errands or catching up on your latest book, these recipes will help your day run a little smoother.

Campbell's Turkey and Broccoli Alfredo - Turkey, broccoli and linguine team up with a creamy sauce made with Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup and Parmesan cheese, for a family-pleasing dinner.

Avocado Burritos - This great quick no cook summer dinner is so yummy. My husband and 2 teen aged boys love it. Great to make for lunches too!

Teriyaki Steak Stir Fry - This is an easy way to have a low fat, high flavor dinner that will make the whole family say WOW!

Kielbasa and Onions - I have made this recipe for about 15 years. This started as a quick way to make a meal for the then 3 children in the house and has evolved. The latest is, I believe the best.

Rosemary Pork Tenderloin
- Pair tender pork slices with boiled red potatoes and a fragrant white wine sauce, flavored with rosemary and cranberry chutney.

Hearty Sloppy Joes - This was always one of my favorite meals at school when I was growing up. I like my Sloppy Joes very hearty. My family loves it when I make this!

Penne with Red Pepper Sauce and Broccoli - A delicious combination of red pepper sauce, basil, almonds and fresh pasta.

One Pan Pork Chop Dinner - A great meal for those nights you don't really feel like cooking but still want a home cooked meal.

Lemon Fusilli with Arugula - This easy pasta dish has a light cream sauce with lots of lemon juice, so it isn't too heavy. Great, easy vegetarian dinner!

Susie’s Franks and Beans - As a full-time working mother with a very demanding job in the NYC Mayor's Office for eighteen years, I would plan wholesome but easy dinner menus for my family. One of their favorites was my Quickie-Zippy Franks and Beans, which I served with coleslaw, a sliced tomato salad and applesauce for dessert. A few years ago I made my partner, Bob, a 1950's- themed 65th birthday party at which I served fondly remembered high-school cafeteria food - fish sticks, tater tots, mac and cheese and ambrosia. But by far, the most popular dish was the Quickie-Zippy Franks and Beans.

Easy Crockpot Lasagna - Easy recipe for a beautiful layered lasagna that requires little prep work and is GREAT!

Pasta with Ricotta - This is a comfort food from when we were kids. My mom would make this as a quick snack after school or for dinner.

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  • Getting these articles is like a dream come true for me. What a break to be able to come home from work press a few buttons on my computer and have a plan for dinner. Thank you...Maggie

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