This is your "best-friend" guide to quickly and easily preparing tasty, nutritious supper recipes for you and your family. These speedy and nutritious meals, ranging from healthy chicken and steak dishes to light pasta or salmon dinners, are ready in 30 minutes or less and are a terrific way to master the basics if you're just getting started learning to cook! Enjoy! Most of these simple supper recipe ideas call for a pan, two primary ingredients, and spices, and trust us when we say that's more than enough to whip up some tasty and healthy dinners in no time.
Following are the healthy chicken recipes -
Casseroles are excellent for meal prep, and this enchilada version is no exception. The dish may be assembled ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator for up to three days. Then, on a wild night, all you have to do is bake it, and you've had a nutritious supper on the table in no time. When you don't have any canned enchilada sauce on hand, this recipe's fast homemade enchilada sauce is perfect—just season crushed tomatoes with spices and salt for an instant enchilada sauce.
Chicken Fried Rice
Thanks to frozen mixed veggies, this nutritious chicken fried rice dish is quick, simple, and cost-effective. Spread heated rice out on a wide baking sheet and chill for 15 minutes while preparing the rest of the ingredients. If you don't have any leftover cooked rice, make sure it's completely cool before putting it in the wok; if it's too hot, it will produce too much steam and adhere to the wok.
Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup
This creamy chicken soup has a great chicken pot pie flavor, but it's healthy for you. To cut down on prep time, we recommend using rotisserie chicken—look for a large one with plenty of breast flesh. Serve this hearty and simple soup with a green salad or a grilled cheese sandwich if you're starving.
Chicken Pot Pie
It's a well-known truth that pot pies will always be one of America's favorite comfort meals, but you don't want to eat a full day's worth of calories, fat, and sodium in one sitting, as many restaurant versions do. We use the opposite strategy, reducing the number of calories and fat in a delicious pot pie.
Chicken breasts covered with mozzarella cheese and pesto sauce make for a picture-perfect midweek supper. Pesto, which is created with basil, olive oil, garlic, Parmesan cheese, and pine nuts, offers rich, filling, heart-healthy unsaturated fats to the meal. The spicy arugula, fresh tomato, and red onion match the gooey melted mozzarella perfectly.