Will winter never end? With recipes like these, perhaps you won’t want it to. There are comfort classics here like shepherd’s pie, as well as refreshing, in-season salads. Love winter or hate it, there’s some good food to be had before it’s over.
If your mouth isn’t watering based on the name alone, you’re stronger than we are. Your entire meal is in this dish, from savory lamb to carrots, peas and potatoes. It’s a one-dish winter wonder.
This recipe takes slow-cooker chicken to the next level with a quick finish under the broiler for that crispy, browned goodness we all love. Four ingredients plus 10 minutes equals dinner magic.
Skip the takeout – you can make stir-fry at home that’s just as good and better for you. Once you have the rice in the cooker and the shrimp in the marinade, this tasty dish comes together in mere minutes.
Beets and citrus are both winter crops, and maybe that’s why they go so well together on a plate. The earthy flavor of beets plus the sweetness of mandarin oranges turn your average spinach salad into a colorful winter feast.
Sometimes people think of fish as a summertime food. But topped with a seasoned almond crust, this satisfying, flaky fish dinner belongs squarely in winter, which is lucky because we want to eat it right now.
This hearty veggie casserole topped with parmesan and crushed croutons is loaded with flavor. It pairs well with chicken, pork or steak. But also eat it as a main course from time to time, because it’s just that good.
Baked potatoes are a beloved side dish, but if you pile on enough tasty toppings, they become dinner. Here we use leftover Spicy Ranch pulled chicken and Mexican-style cheese. Extra jalapeño slices take things from warm to hot.