Comfort food dinners of one week


These are our suggestions for dinner for the next seven days. The weekday recipes take less than an hour of mostly hands-off time, many cook much faster than that, but may need to be constantly stirred. In the weekends we like to try something different; recipes that cook slowly and slowly, projects that let us use new ingredients and techniques and menus to make a piece of cake. Join us every week for inspiration while eating.

Related: What we made for dinner Last week

Monday: taco-salad with sweet potatoes

Of course you can make a dinner salad in the winter, but do not try to replicate a summer favorite. Hold the (off-season) tomatoes and let your salad-star eat cold winter vegetables such as the roasted sweet potatoes that consume this tasty vegetarian chicken on the taco-salad. The only way to eat tonight is to toast those sweet potatoes.Get the Taco Salad with Sweet Potatoes Recipe

Tuesday: roast Kielbasa with apples and cabbage

This is a colorful, hearty (pan) pan dinner that only takes 10 minutes of preparation. Take a glass of hot apple cider (or pilsner) while the oven is doing the job.Get the Roasted Kielbasa with Apples and Cabbage Recipe

Wednesday: BLT baked potato

We are channeling Martha today. Yeah, sort of. She finds her baked potato minimal and for lunch, but the type of potato (always red-brown!) And the method are the same. For dinner these are filled with lettuce, tomatoes and bacon and then topped with a buttermilk mayo.Download the BLT Baked Potato Recipe

Thursday: Broiled Striped Bass with Cauliflower and Capers

Use the grill for a quick main course that does not taste rushed. We love striped bass; sometimes you have to replace it when it comes to a fish dinner.Get the Broiled Striped Bass with Cauliflower and Capers Recipe

Friday: one-pan-chicken and mushrooms with egg-noodles

A one-pound chicken dish with bacon and Cream sauce? This recipe really comes from the comfort food promise.Get the One-Pan Chicken and Mushrooms with Egg Noodles Recipe

Saturday: Slow-Cooker Ribollita

A healthy, hearty soup, ribollita means "smoked" in Italian and this Tuscan classic is traditionally prepared one day, then warmed up and eaten the next day. With our slow cooker version you get the same day of delights, together with lots of healthy vegetables and a new use for stale bread. It is a really reassuring vegetarian dinner.Receive the Slow-Cooker Ribollita recipe

Sunday: Colcannon Shepherd & # 39; s Pie

Meat and potatoes, consolation for many, come together in this hybrid cake. The puree of potato and cabbage, also known as colcannon, is at the top of a traditional shepherd pie (ground lamb and lots of peas and carrots!).Get the Colcannon Shepherd & # 39; s Pie Recipe