Dive into the world of comfort cooking with our cheddar polenta and sausage skillet. It’s a delightful mix of creamy polenta, savory sausage, and fresh cranberries, perfect for a cozy evening meal.
My main goal when starting Running to the Kitchen was to make healthy, wholesome food approachable and fun! Nutritious meals don’t have to be boring and quality ingredients go a long way when putting together a meal. This collection of main dish recipes has you and your family covered for lunch and dinner.
Some of these main dish recipes can be made in as little as 15 minutes like this buffalo turkey cauliflower skillet while others are perfect for simmering on the stove for a few hours when you have the extra time on weekends like these apple cider braised lamb shanks.
Enjoy a classic Italian dish at home with this easy chicken sorrentino recipe. Breaded chicken, eggplant, prosciutto and cheese are baked together with tomato sauce in this comforting dish.
Enjoy the rich, creamy delights of fall with these pumpkin stuffed shells. A comforting Italian-inspired dish, perfect for a cozy evening at home.
Enjoy the best salmon ever with these air fryer salmon bites! Marinated in garlic, ginger, and soy sauce, they’re tender, flavorful, and perfect for weeknights or meal prep.
Cooked to medium-rare perfection in just minutes, air fryer ribeye steak is a tender, juicy and flavorful classic dinner.
Korean inspired gochujang chicken is a 30-minute takeout-inspired dish featuring juicy, succulent chicken bites in a spicy, sweet and sticky gochujang sauce.
Garlic bread pizza is the answer to a lazy pizza night at home. It’s the ultimate in comfort food and couldn’t be easier to make.
A tasty main meal packed with flavor and crunch that couldn’t be simpler to make. This pecan crusted chicken is savory, satisfying and served with a killer honey dijon yogurt sauce.
Shrimp lo mein is one of the easiest takeout recipes to make at home. Chewy noodles tossed with juicy shrimp and crisp tender vegetables in a rich crave-worthy sauce made in just 20 minutes.
Indulge in this classic Italian peasant dish featuring sheep’s milk cheese, butter, olive oil and pepper. It’s easy, economical and incredibly decadent.