best recipes for january

by Haven Kub Published 1 year ago Updated 11 months ago

What are the most popular recipes of January?

So it’s not that surprising when we look at our most popular recipes of each January: Epicurious readers lean the same way. Below you’ll find all of the cold-weather comfort you’re looking for, including warming vegetarian pozole, a meatless pot pie, creamy Sri Lankan cashew curry, and essential tips for cooking a big pot of beans.

What are some easy recipes that can be made in an hour?

Creamy, hearty, and most importantly—it comes together in under an hour. Get the recipe from Delish. Basically chicken pot pie without the crust. Get the recipe from Delish. They'll remind you of summer...and we REALLY need that right now! Get the recipe from Delish. Hearty and healthy, and so good reheated.

What are some quick meals for a weeknight dinner?

Gooey cheeses coat penne pasta, while bright peas and salty diced ham add heft to this 30-minute weeknight dinner. You can serve an Italian fest in just 35 minutes by making breadcrumb-coated chicken stuffed with cheeses and herbs and a side of creamy polenta.


What food is popular in January?

What's in season in January?Lemons, oranges, grapefruit.Beets, turnips, celery root.Cabbage, kale, collards, broccoli, cauliflower.Butternut squash, acorn squash.

What foods are popular in winter?

6 Perfect Recipes for Winter MealsWhite Bean Stew with Rosemary and Spinach.Hearty Minestrone Soup with Farro.Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese.Spicy Beef Chili with Butternut Squash.Creamy Turkey and Vegetable Casserole.Soba Noodle and Mushroom Soup.

What is a good meal to eat cold?

30 Cold Dinner Ideas Made for Scorching Hot NightsCold Sesame Cucumber Noodles. ... Chicken Orzo Salad. ... Quinoa and Shaved Carrot Salad with Chickpeas, Currants and Cashews. ... Watermelon Poke Bowls. ... Clean Broccoli Salad with Creamy Almond Dressing. ... Honey-Miso Summer Salad Bowls. ... Charred Corn and Goat Cheese Avocado Toast.More items...•

What can I make for dinner when everything is frozen?

20 Quick Recipes Made with Frozen FoodsSummer Corn Salad.Thai Peanut Chicken, Edamame, And Quinoa Stir Fry.Wild Blueberry Pomegranate Smoothie.Guacamole With Frozen Peas.Peach Yogurt Muffins.Garlic Shrimp Skillet.Sesame Mango Chicken Teriyaki.Tart Cherry Ginger Muesli.More items...•

What should not eat in winter?

Here Are 5 Foods To Avoid In Winters:Cold Temperature Foods. Thinking of having a bottle of cola straight from the fridge? ... Dairy Products. ... Meats And Processed Foods. ... Salads And Raw Food. ... Juices and Aerated Drinks. ... Fatty Foods With Empty Calories. ... Sweets.

What is the easiest thing to make for dinner?

Top 10 Easy Dinner RecipesBaked Spaghetti Recipe.Stovetop Burgers – How to Cook Burgers on the Stove.Italian Stuffed Shells with Meat and Cheese.Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipe.Baked Ranch Chicken with Bacon (Chicken Bacon Ranch)Parmesan Crusted Tilapia Recipe (Baked Lemon Pepper Tilapia)Oven Fried Chicken Breast.More items...

What lunch does not need refrigeration?

10 No-Refrigeration-Needed Lunch IdeasMarinated White Beans. Think of this as mezze platter meets lunch box. ... Peanut Noodles. ... Peanut Butter & Banana Pinwheels. ... Lentil Salad. ... Rice Cake and Nut Butter Snack Box. ... Ham and Cheddar Muffin. ... Scrambled Chickpea Pita. ... Soba Noodle Salad.More items...•

What can I take for lunch instead of sandwiches?

10 Prep-and-Pack Lunch Ideas That Aren't Sandwiches10 Sandwich-Free Kids' Lunch Ideas. Or, you know, sandwich-free lunch ideas for anyone. ... Food on Sticks. ... Quesadillas. ... Spring Rolls. ... Deli Meat Roll-Ups. ... Vegetable Sushi or Onigiri. ... Cold Noodle Salads. ... Hummus and Pita Plate.More items...•

What is the easiest thing to make for lunch?

29 Easy Lunch Recipes That Take Literally Ten Minutes Or LessMicrowave 3-Minute Omelet in a Mug. ... Microwave Loaded Baked Potato. ... Three-Ingredient Chocolate Avocado Smoothie. ... Veggie-Packed Cauliflower Rice. ... Arugula, Tuna, and Avocado Salad. ... Sesame Garlic Noodles. ... 10-Minute Sheet Pan Turkey Melts. ... Taco Lettuce Wraps.More items...•

What can I make for dinner when tired of everything?

Pasta Salad This meal is for those nights when you're really struggling. Cook your favorite pasta noodles or whatever you have on hand, cut up tomatoes, and mix everything with pesto. Add pepperoni and a favorite cheese for a little more flavor.

What can you make for dinner when you have no food?

15 Delicious Things to Throw Together When You're Pressed for Food OptionsButtery, gooey grilled cheese. ... PB&J because duh. ... Tuna melt tostadas. ... Pancakes! ... Scrambled eggs. ... Waffles. ... A Hagrid-size bowl of cereal. ... Spaghetti carbonara.More items...•

What can I make for dinner when bored?

25 Fun & Easy Dinners to Make If You're Bored With Cooking at...Spicy Shrimp and Citrus Salad. ... Unstuffed Pepper Skillet. ... Salmon with Avocado Salsa. ... Lemony Chickpea Quinoa Salad. ... Mole-Spiced Chickpea and Grilled Zucchini Tacos. ... Garlic Basil Shrimp and Grits. ... Mini Bell Pepper Loaded Turkey “Nachos” ... Miso Chicken.More items...•

The Ultimate Chicken Noodle Soup

My first Wisconsin winter was so cold, all I wanted to eat was homemade chicken noodle soup. Of all the chicken noodle soup recipes out there, this type of soup is my favorite and is in heavy rotation from November to April. It has many incredibly devoted fans.—Gina Nistico, Denver, Colorado

Church Supper Hot Dish

This recipe was in my mother’s church cookbook, and now it’s in my church cookbook! Apparently is was too good to miss a generation. I often make this dish to take along to potlucks…and it seems that if I don’t, someone else will! It’s hearty and so tasty! —Norma Turner, Haslett, Michigan

Hawaiian Sweet Bread

The mother of a high school friend would make 13 loaves of this lightly sweet Hawaiian bread recipe at a time! I make this bread year-round, but my family insists it’s a “must” for the holidays. —Ruthie Banks, Prescott, Arizona

Melt-in-Your-Mouth Pot Roast

Slow-simmered and seasoned with rosemary, mustard and thyme, this tender and tasty crock pot roast and potatoes recipe is so easy to make and always a hit. Substitute burgundy or brandy plus a half-cup of water for the broth…the aroma of this English roast recipe is wonderful! —Jeannie Klugh, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Hot Chocolate Bombs

These hot chocolate bombs are all the rage! Make them ahead of time as a holiday gift or to have on hand when you have a hot chocolate craving. — Rashanda Cobbins, Taste of Home Food Editor

Speedy Salmon Patties

I combine seven easy ingredients for this salmon patty recipe. When I was a girl growing up on the farm, my mom often fixed these when we were late in the field. These salmon cakes are also tasty with chopped green peppers added to the mixture. —Bonnie Evans, Cameron, North Carolina

Easy Vanilla Buttercream Frosting

After trying a few buttercream frosting recipes, this easy buttercream frosting takes the cake with its unmatchable homemade taste. With a few simple variations, you can come up with different colors and flavors. —Diana Wilson, Denver, Colorado

Sautéed Shrimp with Mango Salsa & Coconut Cauliflower Rice

Shrimp and rice get a tropical makeover in this healthy 400-calorie dinner. Instead of rice, we've combined riced cauliflower and coconut milk for light coconut rice topped with spicy shrimp and a juicy mango-avocado salsa to cool it all down. Squeeze on some fresh lime juice before digging in to take this easy meal to the next level.

Veggie & Hummus Sandwich

This mile-high vegetable and hummus sandwich makes the perfect heart-healthy vegetarian lunch to go. Mix it up with different flavors of hummus and different types of vegetables depending on your mood.

Slow-Cooker Mediterranean Diet Stew

With a focus on vegetables, fiber-rich legumes and healthy fats, this slow-cooker stew fits the bill for those following the Mediterranean diet. Swap out the chickpeas for white beans for a different twist, or try collards or spinach in place of the kale. A drizzle of olive oil to finish pulls together the flavors of this easy vegan crock-pot stew.

One-Pot Garlicky Shrimp & Spinach

Shrimp, spinach and garlic brown and cook quickly for a simple one-pot weeknight dinner. A fast pan sauce gets life from zesty lemon juice, warm crushed red pepper and herby parsley. Serve with a slice of whole-wheat baguette to swipe up every last drop of sauce.

Baby Kale Breakfast Salad with Bacon & Egg

Breakfast salad? Oh yes! Start your day off right with this healthy breakfast recipe. A bowl of good-for-you greens, such as baby kale, will knock out half of your daily veggie quota with the first meal of the day.

Baked Banana-Nut Oatmeal Cups

Muffins meet oatmeal in these moist and tasty grab-and-go oatmeal cups. Feel free to swap out the pecans for any other nut--walnuts would be great--or omit them altogether. Make a batch on the weekend and keep them in your fridge or freezer for quick and easy breakfasts all week. Reheat in the microwave for about 40 seconds.

Superfood Chopped Salad with Salmon & Creamy Garlic Dressing

Curly kale forms the base of this salad, but you could use chard or spinach. To the greens, add a multitude of chopped veggies, such as broccoli, cabbage and carrots. Finish with rich salmon for protein and a drizzle of creamy yogurt dressing to bring it all together.

31 Seasonal Recipes to Cook in January

31 seasonal, healthy recipes to cook in January! From make-ahead breakfast and lunches to lightened-up desserts, these delicious recipes are the perfect way to meal prep all month long using seasonal ingredients.

Looking for more meal prep ideas?

Look no further! We re-launched our FREE 7-day Simple & Nourishing Meal Plan (made for two people!) that’s gluten free, dairy free friendly and veg-friendly. This plan is all about focusing on foods that nourish your body while keeping you satisfied and feeling GOOD. Bonus? They’ll make you excited to get creative in the kitchen! You’ll find:

If you want to get dinner on the table quick, then turn to this meal plan all month long

If you want to get dinner on the table quick, then turn to this meal plan all month long.

Day 1: Teriyaki Glazed Chicken

I love to experiment with food. We're able to buy sweet onions grown on Maui, so I stir-fry them with chicken and carrots for a tasty teriyaki meal. —Kelly Brenneman, Riverdale, California

Day 2: Pork with Mustard Sauce

Back when I was a girl, I couldn't wait until I was grown up and could start cooking for my own family! Now that I am, I really enjoy using pork. The tender meat and the rich mustard sauce in this recipe are delectable together. —Irma Pomeroy, Enfield, Connecticut

Day 3: Mexican Chicken Corn Chowder

I like to make this smooth, creamy soup when company comes to visit. Its zippy flavor is full of southwestern flair. My family enjoys dipping slices of homemade bread in this chowder to soak up every bite! —Susan Garoutte, Georgetown, Texas

Day 4: One-Pot Dinner

"My family always comes back for seconds when this nicely seasoned skillet supper is on the table," reports Bonnie Morrow of Spencerport, New York. And it's nicely priced at 72 cents a serving.

Day 5: Quick Pepper Steak

When I need a speedy skillet supper, this pepper steak comes to my rescue. The tender meat is slightly sweet, with a hint of brown sugar and molasses. —Monica Williams, Burleson, Texas

Day 6: Creamy Chicken and Thyme

Thyme gives this simple chicken dish its unique flavor. I lightened up the original recipe by using reduced-fat sour cream, but you'd never guess based on its rich, creamy flavor. —Harriet Johnson, Champlin, Minnesota

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