If there is someone we trust when it comes to culinary tips, it’s Martha Stewart. Recently, the lifestyle experts and her team listed their most popular dinner recipes ever, which are described as “comforting, uncomplicated, and easy to make” on Stewart’s website. Here are a few of our favorite recipes.
If you need some inspiration for a dinner that is light and nutritious while also being rich and delicious, a good vegetable soup certainly hits the spot. It’s adaptable and immensely satisfying.
Ratatouille is a hearty country dish originating in France’s Provence region. It is surprisingly simple to make; all it takes is an easy mix of seasonal vegetables, garlic, and olive oil.
The good thing about this Latin-American baked pastry is that you can freeze some of the batches for later in the week (you don’t even have to thaw it before baking, just pop it straight in the oven!). They are also far more versatile than the American turnover.
Pasta is practically a synonym for a quick and easy dinner. This clever recipe saves you some dish-washing time—all the ingredients are cooked together in a straight-sided skillet. You don’t even need to boil the water first!
An over-roast chicken is a classic weeknight dinner and this hassle-free recipe is simply delicious. It showcases flavorful thighs with a lemony sauce that makes itself in the pan.