Smoky-sweet vegetables transform simple, cheesy tortillas — comfortingly familiar to children — into something sublime. Adjust the spice level to suit your family's palate and substitute whatever vegetables are in season.
This simple recipe is hearty, comforting and delicious. If you don't have leftover ham, you could make this with deli ham (cut into strips), with cooked bacon, with leftover turkey, or with no meal at all.
A take-off of popular Pasta Puttanesca, this recipe uses easy-to-find canned tuna and green olives in place of the traditional anchovies and capers to yield a kid-friendly dish. Throw it together with your favorite jarred pasta sauce and dinner is done.
Combine leftover ham or deli ham with a few pantry staples for a delicious and quick meal. Make it as spicy or mild as you like by adding more or less red pepper flakes. Serve alongside quick-cooking rice for a fast and filling dinner.
This healthy twist on traditional tuna cakes gets great flavor and texture from crushed crackers, red and green peppers, garlic powder and soy sauce. Pair with a simple green salad for an easy go-to dinner.
Amp up the allure of veggies by marinating them in sweet and tangy balsamic vinaigrette. Delicious and party-perfect served warm on skewers, they're also great as leftovers added to pasta sauces and salads.