Stuffed to the max with all the fis (BBQ chips, too!), this burger deserves a spot on your BBQ lineup.
This recipe packs in a ton of good-for-you ingredients and delicious flavor into one single bowl.
If you haven't tried harissa yet, we suggest adding it to your shopping list, stat. Then, mix the chili paste with honey and olive oil for a sweet 'n' spicy glaze you'll want to brush over everything.
Nothing beats in-season corn on the cob that's been smothered with butter. But, this pesto-y corn salsa comes real close.
We packed these chicken patties with smoky barbecue sauce and green onions, then topped 'em with sharp Cheddar, sweet apples and sprouts. Trust us, nobody will miss the beef.
Foil packet dinners, FTW.
Feel free to swap out the snow peas with whatever's on sale at the farmers' market this week. Zucchini, anyone?
To whip up this sauce, just add roasted red peppers, almonds, garlic, sherry vinegar and salt to a blender and buzz. That's it!
Crouton to salad ratio is on point.
Being stuck at your desk is a little more bearable if you know there's this fun, flavorful wrap waiting for you for lunch.
Save yourself the trip to Nashville and cook up the fiery classic chicken in your very own kitchen.
Who needs burgers? Crispy chicken tastes every bit as delicious — and you still get to top it off with your fave slaws and sauces.
Fun fact: Spicy foods actually cool your body down. Keep this fiery main in mind the next time the temps hit 100 degrees.
Forgot to soak your bamboo skewers? Wrap the exposed ends with foil and you're good to go!
One pan. Five ingredients. Hello, lazy weeknight!
Psst! We subbed in cauliflower for starchy rice to spare you a few calories (and sneak in a few extra nutrients!).
For those of you who don't want to waste any time in the kitchen, there's this quick and easy 15-minute dinner.
Sweet mango, creamy avocado and spicy jalapeños give this chicken dish some serious vacation vibes.
Easy, affordable and fast — chicken cutlets should be a weeknight staple all year round.
No need to hit up the deli on the way to your picnic. We've got you covered.
"Mahogany" refers to the mix of soy and honey that gives this dish's glaze its rich color and caramelized flavor.
If you love the crunch of fried chicken, but hate the added calories, bread them and bake in the oven until they're crisp.
Curb any "grilled chicken, again?" complaints by serving the protein with a fresh and fiery salsa.
With this beauty, you have to take your lunch outside.