You made it through Thanksgiving — congratulations! I spent the holiday with my family in my hometown of Chicago, which wrapped up what felt like a year of near-constant travel. Now, I'm glad to be back home so that I can sleep in my own bed for a little while (until I'm hopping on another plane for Christmas and New Year's).
With all of the traveling I've been doing—and having cooked a feast for the small army that is my family just last week—it's no coincidence that "easy" is in the title of a couple of this week's recipes. (And the adjective could be applied to the rest of them too!) From chicken parm to sloppy joes to breakfast for dinner, this week's recipes are full of flavor without wearing you out in the kitchen.
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Easy Chicken Parmesan
I love chicken parmesan, and this recipe is perfect for a weeknight. Serve on a roll as sandwiches along with broccoli rabe.
Quick and Easy Shrimp with Angel Hair Pasta
Shrimp are great for weeknight dinners because they cook up in a flash. Angel hair is perfect because it cooks quickly too, but any pasta you have in your pantry will do.
Best Ever Sloppy Joes
Though sloppy joes are generally thought of as kids' food, adults love them just as much. (I can't be the only one, right?) Fries would be my first choice to serve with these sandwiches.
Frittata with Potatoes, Red Peppers, and Spinach
There's no need to confine frittatas only to morning meals when they are just as tasty in the evening. Plus, I find that any leftovers heat up really well for breakfast, lunch, or dinner the following day.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
Vermont Maple Syrup Pork Chops
The sweet and sour sauce of maple syrup, vinegar, and Worcestershire sauce are the perfect accompaniment to pork chops. This would be great with creamy polenta.