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Dinner Recipes

Perfect for busy weeknights, our quick and easy dinner recipes will be on the table in a flash.

Glazed Pork with Fresh Plums | Plums, pork, and onions come together to make a flavorful weeknight dish. |

Pasta-Chicken-Broccoli Bake | Cheese-filled tortellini and a chopped pecan topping add extra flavor to this kid-friendly meal. |

Meatball Pasta Bake | Orange juice and fennel give this quick supper bright, fresh flavor. Chop fennel as you would an onion, or omit it, if desired. |

Grilled Chicken and Garden Salsa | Top tender grilled chicken with a fresh salsa of zucchini, bell pepper, onion and basil for a colorful one-dish meal. |

Crispy Chicken Thighs with Pasta and Pesto | This stovetop-to-oven method yields crisp, dark-golden skin and juicy, tender meat. |

Classic Double Roast Chickens | Every cook needs a great roast chicken recipe. All you need is kosher salt, pepper, a good-quality olive oil, and a few flavoring such as fresh or dried herbs and lemon. |

Get Blow Fly Inn's secret recipe for their creamy and spicy Pimiento Cheese Burgers. |

Tuna Croquettes | A tangy avocado-buttermilk sauce gives these simple croquettes fresh appeal. Serve them with lettuce or on soft hamburger buns. |

Skillet Orzo with Fish and Herbs | Cook the orzo like rice, paella-style, on the stove, then top with fish, and bake. Feel free to substitute salmon for any flaky white fish. |

Curried Shrimp with Peanuts | "This is an updated version of my favorite dinner as a kid," says Test Kitchen Specialist Vanessa McNeil Rocchio. "Cooking the curry powder with the flour brings out the essential oils, making the dish even more flavorful. |

Parchment-Baked Fish and Tomatoes | Aluminum foil can be subbed for parchment to make the packets. |

Crispy Lemon Catfish | Cook times can vary depending on the thickness of the fish. Crunchy and fresh Marinated Slaw completes the meal. |

Tuna Croquettes | A tangy avocado-buttermilk sauce gives these simple croquettes fresh appeal. Serve them with lettuce or on soft hamburger buns. |

Creamy Tex-Mex Cornbread Bake | Use ground turkey and low-fat soup and milk to lighten up this hearty casserole. |

Crispy Chicken with Greek Green Bean Salad | Feel free to sub kid-friendly chicken strips for chicken breasts. |

Corn-and-Crab Chowder | Loads of fresh crabmeat dress up this convenience-style soup from Richard's Seafood Patio. |

Pork Chop Sandwich | This famed menu item from Snappy Lunch may be the messiest pork dish in North Carolina. A fried pork tenderloin topped with chili, Coleslaw, lettuce, and tomato oozes flavor with every bite. |

Honey Yeast Rolls | Tender, delectable Honey Yeast Rolls are a must-serve and best warm from the oven and slathered with sweet honey butter. |

Grilled Blackened Shrimp Skewers | Blackberries and mango add color, flavor and sweetness to this tropical dish. |

Spicy Coconut Shrimp Soup | For a spicier finish to this soup, top with minced Thai chile pepper. |

Fritto Misto Po’boys | Pepperoncini and sliced green tomatoes brighten our take on the Italian “mixed fried” seafood combo. Spoon with Cajun Coleslaw. |

Grilled Salt-and-Pepper Chicken Wings | Broiler option: Broil on a foil-lined jelly-roll pan 8 inches from heat 20 minutes or until done, turning halfway through. Amp up the flavor with one of our tasty drizzle recipes. |

Chicken Enchilada Casserole | Layers of corn tortillas give this ultra-creamy casserole some structure. We also love it with smoky shredded BBQ brisket or pulled pork in place of the chicken, or try small cooked, peeled shrimp. |

Braised Beans with Collard Greens and Ham | Smoked ham hocks are inexpensive and give the dish rich flavor; substitute with ham steak if you prefer. This dish defines easy, relaxed cooking, so don't stress over measurements. |