Crostini meets grilled cheese in this simple dish that can serve as a light dinner, easy lunch, or fun appetizer. The tang and spice of the chutney paired with the creamy sharpness of the Cheddar cheese, makes an unlikely combo that will keep you coming back for more.
This is one of those meals, suggested by Scramble fan Tara Hutchison of Haskell, NJ, that makes you wonder why anyone thinks that making dinner is challenging. Just 6 ingredients, 25 minutes, and dinner is ready quicker than a pizza could be delivered to your house. Scramble recipe tester Debbie Firestone said, ‘Wow, wow, WOW! It was awesome! Fabulous! It was easy to prepare, beautiful to look at, and tasty to eat!’ For a heartier meal add 12 oz. chicken apple sausage, sliced and sautéed in olive oil, to the cooked pasta.
Far East goes South of the Border with these sweet hoisin marinated vegetables, wrapped in whole wheat tortillas. The kids can tuck the vegetables deep in their wraps so they’ll hardly know they’re eating something so healthy. If you prefer a meatier meal, you can add cooked chicken to the wraps with the rice and vegetables.
These tangy and sweet noodles appeal to adults and kids alike. Recipe tester Alexandra Taylor said, “My kids loved this. I made it with tofu and told them marshmallows were hidden in the spaghetti. They had a blast finding and eating them.”
This flavorful sauce perks up weeknight pasta, but not so much that the kids will turn their noses at it.