Three 15-Minute Dinners that Will Change Your Life

When people think of being a professional home cook, they may envision someone spending hours preparing elaborate meals or spending days making bread. However, the reality is that even professional home cooks are busy and often just trying to produce a quick and tasty meal in a short amount of time. In this article, we will share three of our favorite 15-minute meals that are customizable and perfect for busy or lazy days when you want a fast, delicious meal.

Our first recipe is a 15-minute pasta with homemade tomato sauce. While many people may opt for a can or jar of tomato sauce, we will make this sauce from scratch using cherry tomatoes, which are packed with flavor and sugar and do not need to be stewed for hours to develop depth of flavor. To start, we will bring a pot of water to a boil for the pasta and heat a pan over low heat. We will then add some diced onions and olive oil to the pan and sweat them down. While the onions are cooking, we will chop some garlic and add it to the pan. Next, we will add the cherry tomatoes to the pan, cover them with a lid, and let them stew.

Meanwhile, we will add the pasta to the boiling water and cook it according to the package instructions. While the pasta and tomatoes are cooking, we will chop some parsley and grate some parmesan cheese. Once the tomatoes have broken down, we will use a spatula or another tool to mash them up and season them with salt and pepper. We will then turn the heat down to low and add the cooked and drained pasta to the pan with the tomato sauce, tossing it to coat the pasta. Finally, we will top the pasta with chopped parsley and grated parmesan, then serve and enjoy.

The second recipe we will be making is a 15-minute stir-fry. For this dish, we will use whatever vegetables we have on hand, along with some protein such as chicken, beef, or tofu. We will start by heating a pan or wok over high heat and adding oil. We will then add the protein to the pan and cook it until it is almost done, then remove it from the pan and set it aside. Next, we will add the vegetables to the pan and stir-fry them until they are tender but still crisp. Once the vegetables are cooked, we will return the protein to the pan and toss everything together. We can season the stir-fry with soy sauce, hoisin sauce, or another sauce of our choice, along with some minced garlic and ginger. We will then serve the stir-fry over rice, noodles, or quinoa, or eat it as is.

The third recipe we will be making is a 15-minute sheet pan dinner. For this dish, we will use whatever protein and vegetables we have on hand, along with some oil, salt, and pepper. We will start by preheating the oven to 400°F (200°C) and lining a sheet pan with parchment paper. We will then place the protein and vegetables on the sheet pan and drizzle them with oil, salt, and pepper. We will then roast the sheet pan dinner in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until the protein is cooked and the vegetables are tender. We can serve the sheet pan dinner as is or over rice, noodles, or quinoa.

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