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Seven not-boring dinner ideas this week

  • MONDAY

    Portobello pasta bowls

    Provided by Better Homes and GardensFor more Portobello mushroom recipes, check out these delicious dishes.

    This meaty-tasting stuffed Portobello mushroom dish will thrill your table. This elegant entree is topped with a healthy, fresh tomato sauce flavored with Italian spices. Read More »

  • TUESDAY

    Spring greens & roasted chicken

    Provided by Better Homes and GardensFor more chicken recipes, check out these delicious dishes.

    As you’re driving home from work without a clue as to what you’re going to make for dinner, stop at the grocery store and grab a rotisserie chicken for this recipe. Bagged salad greens and jarred ingredients will help you get a nutritious meal, with roast chicken and vegetables and everything, on the table in 20 minutes. Read More »

  • WEDNESDAY

    Lemony tuna & pasta

    Provided by Better Homes and GardensFor more tuna dishes, check out these delicious recipes.

    The definitive tuna casserole gets a fresh twist with a dash of lemon, dill, rich olive oil-packed tuna, and the crunch of coarsely chopped celery. Garnish with lemon slices and capers, and it’s ready for company. Read More »

  • THURSDAY

    Mediterranean chicken breasts

    Provided by MyRecipes.comFor more Mediterranean-inspired recipes, check out these delicious dishes.

    This versatile dish is easy enough for a weeknight supper but elegant enough for company. The feta cheese and kalamata olive stuffing make dinner feel like a vacation. Read More »

  • FRIDAY

    DIY Chinese take-out

    Provided by Eating Well MagazineFor more Chinese-style recipes, check out these delicious dishes.

    Even though Asian food in general has a healthier halo, it’s easy to end up with a plate piled with chunks of fried meat drowning in a sauce sweeter than fake maple syrup over a pile of white rice. This version ups the fiber to 6 grams and slashes the sodium down to 633 mg per serving. Read More »

  • SATURDAY

    Martini brisket

    Provided by Better Homes and GardensFor more brisket dishes, check out these delicious recipes.

    This slow-cooker recipe puts a new variation on a traditional beef brisket. A splash of vodka and vermouth, plus pimento-stuffed green olives, gives this pepper-crusted beef recipe its martini flavors. Using beef broth increases the all-day-cooked flavor of the dish. Read More »

  • SUNDAY

    Pork chops, peas & mint glaze
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    The classic Kentucky cocktail is the inspiration for this light and lovely dish—which is perfect for a spring evening. Read More »

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