As the weather cools down and everybody gets back to their “back-to-school” mode, there’s nothing we love more than a hearty, healthy and delicious meal, sitting around the table with our families. As we mentioned earlier this week, we’ll be promoting and celebrating Sunday Supper all month long, as a way to get families together once a week to cook meals that are just as nutritious as they are exciting to eat. For our initiation week, we’re featuring some end-of-summer favorites:
And to wash it all down, Super-Food “Sangria”
You can check out all of our #SundaySupper-approved recipes on our Pinterest board, and remember to share photos of your own meals on Twitter and Instagram using #SundaySupper for a chance to be featured on our blog! We can’t wait to see what you come up with.
We get it. It’s back-to-school season, which means Sundays are crazy hectic. Which is why we’re here to help! Meredith brands have joined forces to hand-pick family-friendly, healthy dinners you can whip up in a jiffy Sunday night to help start the week off on the right foot. We’ll be sharing our Sunday Suppers during the entire month of September. All you’ve gotta do to join the movement in your own home is check out below where we’ll be posting our good-for-you recipes and photos all month long!
- Explore our Pinterest board full of our most popular healthy dinners.
- Look for the hashtag, #SundaySupper for recipes, tips and stories.
- Share your own photos and experiences with us on Twitter and Instagram. (And don’t forget to include #SundaySupper!)
- Become familiar with MyPlate, The Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion’s guide to healthy, well-balanced meals.
Stay tuned for this week’s featured #SundaySupper meal!
Turn Monday night into a meatless and budget-friendly dinner with this Tofu Ramen Soup with Spinach. Most Asian noodles are supermarket bargains. But none so much than ramen. This isn’t just an American dorm-room staple: Japanese home cooks rely on the thin, squiggly noodles to give heft to soups, like this simple tofu-and-spinach version.
Takashi Yagihashi, of Slurping Turtle and Takashi in Chicago says “I loved instant ramen noodles as a kid, and I still love them! Buy bricks in the plastic-wrapped packages for about a quarter each; ditch the powdered stuff and serve with your own homemade soup.”
More! Why should spaghetti get all the love? Get more fast, flavorful and easy on your wallet Asian noodle recipes here.