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Lemony Spaghetti Carbonara with Peas
A twist on carbonara, this gluten-free pasta dinner relies largely on basic ingredients like pasta, frozen peas, eggs, and onion. A sprinkle of lemon zest and herbs add pops of fresh flavor.
Baked Salmon with Crispy Kale
Kale becomes irresistible when crisped in the oven, especially if it's paired with spice-rubbed salmon and fresh orange juice like in this easy 5-ingredient sheet pan dinner.
Baked Turkey Meatballs with Pesto
Low-carb edamame pasta joins squash noodles and store-bought pesto for this hearty, gluten-free dinner that hits the table in just 30 minutes.
Gluten-Free Zucchini Brownies(with video)
Kids and adults alike will never guess that these gluten-free treats contain grated zucchini, which helps give these brownies their moist texture.
Rotini with Butternut Squash and Plant-Based Sausage
This gluten-free dinner features sweet squash, protein-packed lentil pasta, and earthy sage for a vegetarian twist on a classic Italian flavor combination.
Sweet-and-Sour Chicken Lettuce Wraps
Store-bought helpers like rotisserie chicken, precooked rice, and prepared sauce are the key ingredients for pulling off this crowd-pleasing 10-minute meal.
Slow Cooker “Mississippi Roast”(with video)
Our spin on an Internet favorite, this slow cooker comfort food does double duty, first on top of mashed potatoes, then stuffed into cheesy sandwiches later in the week.
Gluten-Free Pumpkin Spice Waffles(with video)
A weekend breakfast favorite, these waffles get a gluten-free makeover and are infused with pumpkin pie spices, making them perfect for fall mornings.
Fried Sweet Plantains
A family-friendly side popular in the Caribbean and Latin America, fried ripe plantains, also known as maduros, are tender on the inside and caramelized on the outside.
Zucchini with Corn and Cheese
Sweet corn, juicy tomatoes, and fresh summer squash join forces in calabacitas con elote, a vegetarian Mexican dish. Try it as a side or spooned into tortillas as a main.
Salvadoran Cheese-Stuffed Pupusas
The national dish of El Salvador, pupusas are tasty corn cakes cooked on a griddle. Stuff them with refried beans, chicharrón, or keep it simple with melty cheese.
Dominican Corn Pudding(with video)
This silky-smooth pudding, also known as majarete, gets its robust corn flavor from two sources—steeping both fresh corn kernels and their cobs in coconut milk before turning it into a creamy custard.
Puerto Rican Roasted Pork Shoulder
Pernil—a staple of family celebrations—can thank a marinade of tangy citrus, garlic, oregano, and adobo for its rich flavor. A long, slow roast makes the meat extra-tender and the skin crackling. If you can’t find pork shoulder with the skin still attached, skip step 4 in the recipe.
Grilled Zucchini with Blue Cheese and Lemon
Crunchy pine nuts and crumbled blue cheese turn grilled zucchini into a sophisticated side dish in less than 15 minutes. Serve alongside grilled pork or chicken.
Orzo Salad with Zucchini and Tomatoes
This pasta salad features Greek-inspired flavors like olives and dill and can be made up to 1 day ahead. Serve it with grilled shrimp or chicken.
Sautéed Zucchini with Garlic Butter
This quick 4-ingredient side dish is an easy way to use up a bumper crop of summer squash.
Cheesy Zucchini Tots(with video)
Mozzarella and Parmesan bring loads of flavor and help turn zucchini into this crispy, kid-friendly side dish or after-school snack. Keep them stashed in the freezer for tots anytime.
All-Purpose Chunky Marinara Sauce(with video)
Keep this versatile tomato sauce on hand for quick and easy dinners. It’s perfect for spaghetti and meatballs, chicken cacciatore, or tossed with plain pasta.
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