Looking for new recipes to add to the weekly dinner rotation? From cedar planked salmon to grilled chicken fajitas, these recipes are all serious family-pleasers.
This is one of my favorite ways to prepare salmon: the cedar plank and herbs impart a smoky, woodsy flavor, while the lemon zest and garlic add zing. Take ten minutes in the morning to make the marinade and put the salmon in the fridge. At dinnertime, soak the plank, fire up the grill and make the sides. GET THE RECIPE
Everything you need for this delicious Shrimp Pad Thai, you can find at your local grocery store -- and it can go head-to-head with any restaurant version. GET THE RECIPE
These fajitas are easy to make and, you can do all of the prep ahead of time, so all that's left to do at dinnertime is quickly grill the chicken. Plus, they're fun -- perfect for getting the whole family sharing everything at the table or a casual dinner party. GET THE RECIPE
This meatloaf is basically one big giant meatball, or at least that's what I tell my kids so that they'll eat it. Serve it with a Big Italian Salad and Parmesan Smashed Potatoes. Leftovers are even better the next day, sliced and topped with melted cheese in a warm sandwich. GET THE RECIPE
Adapted from the blog and book, Savory Sweet Life by Alice Currah, this is a crowd pleaser for all ages. It's the sauce that makes it so good. In fact, you'll be tempted to forget the chicken entirely and just have the sauce as soup! GET THE RECIPE
No wok needed for this for this easy "takeout" dish of tender steak and crisp broccoli florets in a rich brown ginger and garlic sauce. GET THE RECIPE
I've tried many white chicken chili recipes over the years, but none as satisfying as this one. The best part: it's made with a rotisserie chicken, so it's a one-pot meal that you can have on the table in under an hour. GET THE RECIPE