5 Ingredients or Less: Low on Ingredients, Big on Flavor
Planning something to cook every night can be exhausting and cooking the same meals over and over and over again is boring. Luckily, Pinterest and Facebook are full of new recipes for you to try! As glad as I am to find new recipes, I absolutely hate how many ingredients they take sometimes! It sometimes takes a grocery list full of ingredients just to make one meal!
All of these recipes are made with five ingredients or less, not including pantry staples like salt, pepper, oil, and optional garnishes. Many of the ingredients you probably already have at home! These recipes may be low on ingredients, but they are big on flavor.
These chicken empanadas are sure to be a big hit with your family for dinner, or a crowd pleasing appetizer at a party! With a simple, juicy filling and a crispy outer crust, you will have a pocket of deliciousness in five easy ingredients. Pair this with rice and beans to complete your meal.
If you are looking to add a flavor boost to your pork chops, this is the recipe for you! Using theLee Kum Kee Panda Brand Red Curry Chili Lime Grilling and Dipping Sauce as a marinade is an easy way to infuse a lot of flavor with very little ingredients! Serve over rice or with a nice sweet potato mash.
This mouth-watering dish of stir-fried beef with asparagus has the flavors of a dish that you will not believe was ready in minutes! Even better, this great taste comes together in five ingredients. If you are looking to round out this meal, serve over steamed rice.
Looking for a meal that will really impress? Don’t be intimidated by lamb chops, this recipe is
simple and will really make the lamb chops, and you, really shine! Just brush this sauce on before you throw them on the grill and you will leave anyone you are cooking for in awe. Serve this delightful meal with garlic roasted carrots.
This easy, delicious shrimp recipe is sure to become a new staple on your meal rotation. All of the ingredients are likely ones you regularly keep on hand, except possibly the shrimp. It takes less than 15 minutes to prep and about 6 minutes to cook, not including the time to prepare the rice. You can make the rice ahead to save you some more time for a very fast weeknight meal. Either way, the flavor in this dish is unbeatable.