7 Quick Dinners To Make When You Don t Feel Like Spending Too Much Time Cooking

Tostadas, for those who are not familiar, are crispy-fried tortillas topped with a variety of delectable toppings. This 30-minute lunch consists of store-bought refried beans, cabbage, spicy and sweet shrimp

Honey-Chipotle Shrimp Tostadas

This soup may be prepared in about 30 minutes, as opposed to some that require hours of simmering. Here, delectable ditalini pasta, leeks, and celery combine with some of the best food of spring

Spring Minestrone

For this 25-minute recipe for gnocchi, stock up on some of the greatest vegetables of the spring. Here pan-seared gnocchi are paired with asparagus, snap peas, and peas in a simple lemony garlic sauce made with vegetable stock

Gnocchi With Spring Vegetables

This recipe transforms the traditional Italian pairing of melon and prosciutto into a 15-minute ace salad. You'll also discover crunchy pistachios, creamy burrata, buttery Castelvetrano olives, and crisp Little Gem lettuce

Antipasto Salad

For a simple yet delicious dinner, crispy chicken cutlets are a great option. With roasted asparagus and a lemony vinaigrette composed of briny artichoke hearts, crisp parsley, and salty Parmesan cheese

Crispy Chicken Cutlets With Artichoke Dressing

The key to this 30-minute dinner is using frozen dumplings from the grocery. The robust vegan soup has bok choy and mushrooms for health, along with flavors of soy sauce and chili crisp.

Spicy Dumpling Soup

This recipe uses canned salmon as a time-saver and combines it with fresh cilantro, lime juice, and chile-garlic sauce to create a zesty fishcake. The patties are held together with egg, mayonnaise

Chile-Lime Salmon Cakes with Arugula Salad