Looking for a dish that'll keep the whole family happy while also abiding by a gluten-free diet? Look no more! Try one of our simple and satisfying dinners that feature a full range of protein and veggies options.
Grilled Salmon with Squash Ribbon Salad
Beautiful veggie "ribbons" put a new spin on your go-to vegetable sides. Plus, they're super easy to make! Just use a handheld slicer like a mandoline or a vegetable peeler.
How to Bake Salmon in a Packet
Another great way to cook salmon is in a parchment packet. Watch this how-to video from test kitchen experts to find out how you can use this easy technique at home.
Risotto with Peas and Pistachios
This 30-minute meal from Rachael Ray gets its beautiful bright green color from a pistachio, pea, mint, tarragon and pecorino-cheese pesto.
Dinner that abides by your family's dietary restrictions and is a deal? Sign us up! This meal can be made for under $3 per person.
Did you know? Tri-tip roast, also known as triangle roast, comes from the bottom sirloin and is known for its marbling, which makes it flavorful and suited to slow cooking and roasting.
Mole-Topped Sweet Potatoes
Rachael Ray conquers the Mexican speciality sauce, mole, in this hearty, vegetarian 30-minute meal. "The smooth blend of chiles, spices and often, chocolate, is so good, I could eat it with a spoon!" she says.
Nix the noodles the next time you make lasagna for layers of thinly sliced roasted veggies, like smoky eggplant, sweet zucchini and hearty potatoes. "Lasagna freezes and travels well, so it's a great new-home or thank-you gift," Rachael says.
Classic Shrimp Scampi
This 5-ingredient shrimp recipe can be made in under 15 minutes. Serve it over your favorite veggies, gluten-free noodles or quinoa for a fast weeknight dinner.
Broiled Steak with Herb-Flecked Tomato
You might think steak means big bucks, but this budget dinner comes in at just under $3 per person! Even better: top blade steak -- also known as flatiron steak -- comes from the chunk or shoulder and is known for being tender and juicy, without the need for marinating.
Bump up your normal breading with fiber and protein-rich cooked quinoa. The tiny seeds will crisp as they bake creating a crunchy crust.
How to Cook Quinoa
Watch this how-to video to learn how to cook nutrient-packed quinoa for the best flavor and perfect doneness in only 15 minutes.
Impress guests with this elegant and fast scallop supper. Top 'em off with briny capers for added flavor and contrast.
Pork Chops with Mushroom Sauce
Cook these pork chops in a smoking hot cast iron skillet for the greatest and tastiest savory browned crust.
Coconut Curry Chicken
When you want curry in a hurry, whip up this super fast dish. Tip: Marinate the chicken the night before and you can get dinner on the table in 15 minutes or less!
Mediterranean Seafood Stew
Licorice-flavored fennel is the secret ingredient in this tomato-based seafood stew. It'll warm up your bones and fill your tummy any time of year.
Couldn't-Be-Easier Roast Chicken
Juicy and flavorful roast chicken is the quintessential home-cooked meal. Save time by roasting two chickens at once! Eat one tonight, then use the second to make other delicious dishes for the rest of week.
Pan-Seared Sirloin Tips with Goat Cheese Potatoes
Sirloin tips are gluten-free and budget-friendly in this dinner deal. Also known as round tips, this piece of meat comes from the tip of the round, or hip and is known for its leanness. Use our recipe to put it on the table for just $3 a person.
Succotash Veggie Chili
This slow cooker veggie chili is great for get-togethers. Let guests customize their base chili recipes with an easy DIY chili bar! It's easy: Just set out bowls of the usual toppings -- and cook chorizo or grilled chicken cut into cubes for your non-vegetarian friends.
Get your grill on! Nothing's better than a fast and easy outdoor dinner. Feeling creative? Add some of your other favorite veggies like squash or fruits like pineapple.
Moroccan Spiced Pork Chops
When you're craving something sweet and spicy for supper, whip up these Moroccan-inspired pork chops with apricots, currants and almonds.
Suizas means "Swiss" in Spanish and is a nod to all the dairy -- sour cream and cheese -- in this classic Mexican dish.
Loaded Potato Soup
Transform your taters into a silky smooth loaded potato soup. Serve it with a crusty loaf of bread on the side for a filling and satisfying meal.
Seared Scallops with Shiitakes
Umami-packed shiitake mushrooms add a savory boost of flavor to these seared scallops. Make this dish and a homemade balsamic glaze in under 30 minutes!
Broccoli Rabe Frittata
Try this broccoli rabe frittata with fennel salad for breakfast, lunch or dinner. To save time, make the dish one day in advance and serve it at room temperature.
Lettuce Wrap Gyros with Chicken
This Greek-inspired 30-minute meal is also low on carbs. Have fun playing with your food. We challenge you to try eating the entire meal with your hands!
Trout with Lemon & Herbs
Make this elegant and flavorful fish in a naturally nonstick cast iron skillet. Once you master this easy 20-minute recipe, experiment with different herbs to find your favorite combination.
Lemony Lamb Chops with Chickpea Puree
Rethink your red meat! Did you know lamb chops are low enough in saturated fat and cholesterol to meet the USDA definition of lean? To make this 30-Minute Meal from Rachael Ray even leaner, trim the fat from around the edges.
Spicy Asian Chicken Soup
Switch up your normal chicken noodle soup recipe with your spicy and satisfying Asian twist. Make this dish for under $2.50 per person or throw in an extra buck for a handful of peanuts to sprinkle on top.
This classic Spanish recipe features shrimp and clams, but is also great with scallops or crab. Prepare the entire dish in a cast-iron skillet and you can take it straight from the stove to the oven to the table. Talk about easy clean-up!
Citrusy Vegetable Wraps
Go raw and vegetarian with these citrusy vegetable wraps made with rice paper. Max out on raw materials by choosing raw almonds (which have more fiber than roasted ones), uncooked broccoli (which contains myrosinase, a cancer-fighting enzyme) and raw garlic (which is packed with allicin, a bacteria-fighting compound).
Don't stop here! Get more gluten-free appetizer, lunch and dessert recipes like this Chocolate-Peanut Butter Shell!