8 Gluten-Free Recipes That Are Ready in 30 Minutes

Some spice-packet quick recipes have dusty chili powder taste, but this chili does not. This dinner favorite uses store-bought pico de gallo, canned chipotles in adobo, Mexican chorizo, fire-roasted tomatoes, and fresh poblano for a fresh, vivid taste.

Weeknight Skillet Chili

This 30-minute skillet meal includes gin, olives, and brine, the traditional martini's main ingredients. With hot chilies, fragrant bay leaves, and caramelized pan-seared pork chops, salty olive brine and aromatic gin create a magical sauce.

Dirty Martini Pork Chops

Cookbook author Grace Young shows how to make a fast stir-fry by adding items to the pan and frying them correctly. Cream enhances a quick stir-fry with tender asparagus, carrots, and chicken in white wine instead of rice wine.

Chicken Fricassee Stir-Fry with Asparagus

Diane-style steak involves sautéing thinly sliced or pounded filet mignon in butter, flambéing, and basting it with a rich Cognac sauce. Emeril Lagasse adds sliced mushrooms for extra flavor.

Steak Diane

This Italian tuna salad has lemony honey mustard dressing, oil-packed jarred tuna, sun-dried tomatoes, red onions, juicy olives, and celery. The recipe shows how a few cupboard goods can make a delicious supper in 20 minutes.

Italian Tuna Salad

I sear scallops till barely caressed by the flames in summer and serve them over warmed vegetables with a vibrant vinaigrette. Gail Simmons writes. This popular garden salad uses miso, ginger, and toasted sesame to give savoury flavour.

Grilled Scallops with Miso-Corn Salad

Elegant and easy, this dish takes 20 minutes. Red wine pan sauce pairs well with peppercorn-crusted rib eye steak and consists of fond, shallots, stock, nice red wine, and a few pats of butter.

Steak au Poivre with Red Wine Pan Sauce

This Cambodian chicken stir-fry is full of salty, tangy, and slightly spicy flavors, from Thai basil, chiles, fish sauce, and kroeung, a Cambodian lemongrass paste.  

Cha Kroeung