5-Ingredient (or Less) Dinner Recipes
Black Bean and Corn Quesadillas
Beef Tenderloin with Balsamic Tomatoes
Balsamic vinegar and fresh chopped tomatoes add just the right amount of flavor to this dinner for two.
Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of asparagus and garlic.
Nacho Cheese Chicken Chowder
This five-ingredient slow-cooker chowder goes together in minutes and then cooks two hours on high or four to five hours on low. Serve with breadsticks for dipping.
Shrimp with Warm Coleslaw
Add coleslaw, bacon and chives to shrimp for this quick and easy meal.
Quick Chicken Tortilla Bake
Buy a deli chicken or use leftover chicken to combine with cheese, tortillas, condensed soup and diced tomatoes for this easy casserole.
Ravioli with Peas and Lemon Pesto
Peas, pesto, lemon zest and toasted hazelnuts add fresh flavor to ravioli.
Peppered Salmon with Roasted Root Vegetables
Carrots, beets and orange juice concentrate top the fish in this dinner, ready in just 30 minutes.
A little cheddar cheese, maple syrup, and turkey bacon dress up butternut squash for this side dish.
Combine sausage, sweet peppers, celery, canned kidney beans and fire-roasted canned tomatoes in your slow-cooker for a spicy main dish. Our recipe also gives an alternative using meatballs, cannellini beans, onions and diced tomatoes.
Super Simple Peachy Barbecue Chicken
Just three ingredients produce a rich-flavored, sweet-tangy barbecue sauce for drumsticks.
Broccoli with Orange-Cream Sauce
Combine orange juice concentrate and sliced almonds with whipping cream for a rich side-dish sauce. If you're trying to cut calories and fat, use half-and-half or milk instead, but the sauce won't be as thick.
Barbecue Beef Wrap
These wraps, made with leftover shredded roast beef and packaged broccoli slaw, can be made up to 24 hours in advance. Wrap tightly and chill.
Potato Chips Meet Fish
How do you get your family to eat fish? By serving them tilapia coated with potato chips, herbs and honey-mustard dressing.
Cherries, blue cheese and fresh chives or green onions make a simple, zesty salad you can serve as a main dish or side.
Place plumped dried cherries into slits in the ham and add them to the fruit sauce for a double sweet-tart touch.
Jazz up packaged coleslaw with a sliced sweet pepper, green onion, cilantro and sesame-ginger salad dressing.
Chicken Focaccia Bread Sandwiches
Make these hearty sandwiches for a quick lunch or dinner. Add fresh fruit and a beverage for a picnic!
With only five ingredients, these hearty stuffed peppers assemble in a snap. Team them with corn bread or whole wheat rolls, and dinner's done.
Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl
Use a wok or skillet to stir-fry sirloin steak strips and broccoli. Combine with salad greens, chopped sweet pepper and bottled ginger vinaigrette salad dressing for a meal that's on the table in 20 minutes.
Fish Fillets with Cucumber-Orange Salsa
Make a quick salsa from cucumber, red onion, a chopped orange and seasoning blend to serve with fish filets.
Skillet-Roasted Cauliflower and Squash
Skillet-roasting boosts the flavor of the veggies in this side dish. Serve with your favorite meat.
Thyme and Garlic Chicken
Thyme, garlic, a little orange juice, and a splash of balsamic vinegar flavor these moist, fork-tender chicken breasts.