I am combining lunch and dinner, because many of these meals can be made for either. Typically, lunch for us is leftovers from dinner the night before, or something simple liked a grilled cheese sandwich. I don’t really have any recipes that are specifically for lunch, but any of the dinner recipes can easily be made for a lunch. I know some people prefer their larger meal at lunch and a lighter meal at dinner.
Fresh salmon fillets are perfect to make into crispy, flaky salmon cakes. Pair them with a homemade buttermilk sauce for a great combo.
Perfect for an appetizer or dinner, Hawaiian Lit’l Smokies is easy to make and only takes a few hours in the slow cooker.
Add some spice to your typical appetizer by mixing up a sriracha cocktail sauce to go with roasted shrimp. It’s easy to make for one or many.
Grilling in the summer is a great way to spend time together outside. Bring the flavors of summer together with Lemon-Herb Chicken Kabobs.
Cooking everything together at once on a sheet pan makes a quick and easy dinner. Have shrimp fajitas on the table in under 30 minutes.
Season steaks and serve with homemade garlic-herb butter for additional flavor in this easy 20-minute dinner recipe.
Serving chicken with artichoke sauce adds a bold flavor to your chicken dinner. One pan and 25 minutes is all you need to have dinner ready.
Coconut-Turmeric Tilapia is an allergy-friendly meal packed with flavor that can be made with one pan in only 20 minutes.
Grilled chicken is a great summertime dinner. Especially when you marinade in a lemon-rosemary mixture and serve with leeks.
Panko gives chicken a delicious, crispy edge when used to bread. Make some pan gravy to go with this crispy chicken for an easy dinner.