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Recipe: Spicy Canned Salmon Cakes — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners

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You don't hear much about canned salmon, as tuna seems to dominate the conversation when you're talking about canned fish. Here's a way to pull it into the spotlight in an unexpected way: Give it the crab cake treatment. While we love crab cakes just as much as the next person, crab's not cheap enough to be an everyday meal, so let's make salmon cakes that are just as fancy and tasty as their crab counterparts — your tastebuds and wallet will thank you.

These salmon cakes are influenced by an incredible crab cake recipe from Chef Ming Tsai, and they're held together by a spicy mayonnaise (that's also a dipping sauce!) and coated in crunchy panko breadcrumbs. They're tasty as a quick weeknight dinner with a green salad, but also fancy enough as your next dinner party appetizer.

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5 Quick & Easy One-Pot Dinners Starring Rice — Recipes from The Kitchn

After a long day, the thought of cooking an elaborate meal and thus filling a sink with dirty dishes can be enough to convince you to call in for takeout. That's why meals that require just one pot are such big wins on weeknights. These five one-pot meals lean on rice, along with plenty of veggies and protein, to make for well-rounded recipes that require nothing but a bowl and a fork to eat. Cleanup is guaranteed to be a breeze!

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Recipe: Creamy Ricotta Corn and Tomato Baked Ziti — Quick and Easy Vegetarian Dinners

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Are you ready for the freshest casserole you'll eat this summer? While a traditional baked ziti will always have a place in our hearts, especially in the winter months, summer is a time to celebrate the bounty of produce at our fingertips. This casserole combines sweet corn kernels, diced tomatoes, and a no-cook ricotta cheese sauce in one easy pasta bake. With a sprinkle of fresh basil on top, it's a casserole you can enjoy on the patio with a glass of cold, crisp wine.

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Recipe: Spicy Ground Pork & Zucchini Stir-Fry — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners

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This spicy, satisfying pork and zucchini stir-fry, rich with ginger and garlic, is the ultimate solution when you don't know what to cook midweek. Toss everything together in one skillet or wok and it comes together in next to no time. Pile the good stuff on top of rice in a bowl and enjoy the comforting, well-balanced dinner in front of you. Go ahead and take that bowl to the couch if you'd like, along with a glass of wine, if you're in need of serious respite after a long day — it will most definitely help nudge you along toward the weekend.

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Recipe: Skillet Eggplant Parm — Quick and Easy Vegetarian Dinners

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Here is how you do eggplant Parmesan on a weeknight. This twist on the classic is just as comforting as the original, without any of the fuss. There's no frying involved and the whole dish comes together in just one skillet, meaning less mess and less cleanup — both of which are always a win. You still get those crispy, crunchy breadcrumb bits, lots of sweet, garlicky tomato sauce, and all that gooey, melty cheese. Served alongside pasta or simply with a good amount of garlic bread, this Italian-American favorite has never looked better.

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Recipe: Morning Glory Overnight Oats — Recipes from The Kitchn

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Inspired by the hearty spiced muffins of the same name, morning glory overnight oats are a make-ahead breakfast with a sweet taste of what's to come in the autumn months ahead. Like the muffins, you'll find a warm blend of cinnamon and ginger plus hearty mix-ins like apple, carrot, raisins, and walnuts.

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