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31 Simple Recipes Because the Holidays Are Difficult Enough

Ahh the holidays: a season of cheer, family and friends, good will to all men — and holiday stress. It is a time of year that is loved and celebrated by many but equally a time when stress levels can shoot through the roof. With so much pressure to be jolly and festive in everything from festive cocktails, cookies, and canapes to ugly sweaters and gift giving, it is essential to have some easy recipes up your sleeve.

Of course, for a few particular holiday meals, stress may be unavoidable. Those meals where every pot and pan in the house is called to action, the sink is piled high with dishes to be done and sleeping in through the morning of is out of the question. But that need not be the case for every meal. If you have a house full of family and friends who need to be fed, you need only turn to the right recipes in order to achieve delicious, stress-free meals that everyone will love. You can look to your trusty sheet pan or turn on your humble slow-cooker and whip up something delicious in no time.

From tasty appetizers and one-tray recipes to simple yet stunning meals for effortless dinner parties, these recipes will aid you during this rather hectic time of year. Discover these 30 simple and tasty recipes and enjoy a low-stress (if not totally stress-free) holiday season!

African Sweet Potato Stew

Atlantic Salmon Grilled With Fennel, Lime, and Sumac

Blissed-Out Crispy Cheesy Broccoli Gratin

Chocolate Chunk Cookie for One

Flourless Blender Brownies

Foil-Baked Cod With Oranges, Scallions, and Ginger

Hoisin Eggplant, Spicy Brussels Sprouts, and Tofu

Homemade Pita Chips With Red Pepper Dip

Honey-Soy Glazed Salmon With Veggies and Oranges

I Can’t Believe It’s Mushroom Risotto!

Lemony Herbed Ricotta and Roasted Tomato Bruschetta

Mixed Vegetable Shakshuka

Orecchiette With Turkey And Broccoli

PB & Chocolate Pan Cookie

Pumpkin Spice Crème Brûlée

Roasted Vegetable Lasagna

Sausage-and-Spinach Cheese Tortellini

Shaved Brussels Sprouts and Freekeh Salad

Slab Quiche With Spinach, Goat Cheese, and Caramelized Onions

Slow-Cooked Pork Belly With a Sweet and Sour Sauce

Spaghetti With Zucchini and Pecorino Romano

Stir-Fried Shrimp, Edamame, and Pine Nut Lettuce Wraps

Sweet-With-Heat Beef Short Ribs

The Bread Baker’s Lamb and Tomato Curry

Whole Baked Fish With Lemon and Ouzo


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Herb-Crusted Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding with Red Wine Jus

Slow roasting at a low temp is the way to go with big hunks of meat—it keeps them tender and juicy. It also helps you nail doneness: The window of time for your preferred temp is bigger, and carryover cooking is minimal.

Have your butcher cut the ribs from the roast and tie them back on. Use muffin tins if you don't have popover pans. Preheating the pans makes the popover batter start cooking and fluffing the second you pour it in.


2 of 14

Herb-Crusted Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding with Red Wine Jus

Slow roasting at a low temp is the way to go with big hunks of meat—it keeps them tender and juicy. It also helps you nail doneness: The window of time for your preferred temp is bigger, and carryover cooking is minimal.

Have your butcher cut the ribs from the roast and tie them back on. Use muffin tins if you don't have popover pans. Preheating the pans makes the popover batter start cooking and fluffing the second you pour it in.


2 of 14

Herb-Crusted Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding with Red Wine Jus

Slow roasting at a low temp is the way to go with big hunks of meat—it keeps them tender and juicy. It also helps you nail doneness: The window of time for your preferred temp is bigger, and carryover cooking is minimal.

Have your butcher cut the ribs from the roast and tie them back on. Use muffin tins if you don't have popover pans. Preheating the pans makes the popover batter start cooking and fluffing the second you pour it in.


2 of 14

Herb-Crusted Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding with Red Wine Jus

Slow roasting at a low temp is the way to go with big hunks of meat—it keeps them tender and juicy. It also helps you nail doneness: The window of time for your preferred temp is bigger, and carryover cooking is minimal.

Have your butcher cut the ribs from the roast and tie them back on. Use muffin tins if you don't have popover pans. Preheating the pans makes the popover batter start cooking and fluffing the second you pour it in.


2 of 14

Herb-Crusted Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding with Red Wine Jus

Slow roasting at a low temp is the way to go with big hunks of meat—it keeps them tender and juicy. It also helps you nail doneness: The window of time for your preferred temp is bigger, and carryover cooking is minimal.

Have your butcher cut the ribs from the roast and tie them back on. Use muffin tins if you don't have popover pans. Preheating the pans makes the popover batter start cooking and fluffing the second you pour it in.


2 of 14

Herb-Crusted Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding with Red Wine Jus

Slow roasting at a low temp is the way to go with big hunks of meat—it keeps them tender and juicy. It also helps you nail doneness: The window of time for your preferred temp is bigger, and carryover cooking is minimal.

Have your butcher cut the ribs from the roast and tie them back on. Use muffin tins if you don't have popover pans. Preheating the pans makes the popover batter start cooking and fluffing the second you pour it in.


2 of 14

Herb-Crusted Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding with Red Wine Jus

Slow roasting at a low temp is the way to go with big hunks of meat—it keeps them tender and juicy. It also helps you nail doneness: The window of time for your preferred temp is bigger, and carryover cooking is minimal.

Have your butcher cut the ribs from the roast and tie them back on. Use muffin tins if you don't have popover pans. Preheating the pans makes the popover batter start cooking and fluffing the second you pour it in.


2 of 14

Herb-Crusted Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding with Red Wine Jus

Slow roasting at a low temp is the way to go with big hunks of meat—it keeps them tender and juicy. It also helps you nail doneness: The window of time for your preferred temp is bigger, and carryover cooking is minimal.

Have your butcher cut the ribs from the roast and tie them back on. Use muffin tins if you don't have popover pans. Preheating the pans makes the popover batter start cooking and fluffing the second you pour it in.


2 of 14

Herb-Crusted Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding with Red Wine Jus

Slow roasting at a low temp is the way to go with big hunks of meat—it keeps them tender and juicy. It also helps you nail doneness: The window of time for your preferred temp is bigger, and carryover cooking is minimal.

Have your butcher cut the ribs from the roast and tie them back on. Use muffin tins if you don't have popover pans. Preheating the pans makes the popover batter start cooking and fluffing the second you pour it in.


2 of 14

Herb-Crusted Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding with Red Wine Jus

Slow roasting at a low temp is the way to go with big hunks of meat—it keeps them tender and juicy. It also helps you nail doneness: The window of time for your preferred temp is bigger, and carryover cooking is minimal.

Have your butcher cut the ribs from the roast and tie them back on. Use muffin tins if you don't have popover pans. Preheating the pans makes the popover batter start cooking and fluffing the second you pour it in.


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