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Fall in Love with Breakfast Again — at Dinner

Fall in Love with Breakfast Again — at Dinner

Breakfast is all too often forgotten or skipped during the workweek, but on the weekend, it suddenly takes on a charged, almost obsessive appeal for people when it gets pushed to a few hours later in the day and gets renamed brunch. And that's because nobody wants to wake up for breakfast.

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So we thought: Why not push back breakfast even farther? Why not make it for dinner? Perhaps then, people will start having breakfast every day of the week.

We're talking about a quick and easy meal here. Cooking dinner generally requires a bit more commitment than cooking breakfast, we think, so breakfast is a logical choice for anyone who may be reluctant to cook in the evening. Eggs, for example, in any shape or form, are one of the quickest things you can whip up in the kitchen. Fancy a basic cheese omelette? Ten minutes. (Five if you're practiced or a seasoned French chef.)

So what's good this week? Well, Nathan Cyphert and Dan Myers win major points for creativity with their respective recipes, the French Toast Turkey Burger and the Bacon, Egg, and Cheese French Toast. And Culinary Content Network member Patricia Stagich's Huevos Rancheros are definitely worth checking out for anyone looking for a South-of-the-border dish. But, this week's winning prize goes to Tyler Sullivan, for her Eggs in Purgatory Recipe, which will send you straight to heaven.

All of the recipes featured here can be made at home for about $20 or less, excluding the cost of small amounts of basic ingredients such as butter, oil, flour, sugar, salt, pepper, and other dried herbs and spices. So if you're looking for an economical way to have dinner, breakfast for dinner is a timeless option.

Will Budiaman is the Recipe Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow him on Twitter @WillBudiaman.

Fall Weeknight Dinners

Jazz up your weeknight routine with simple dinners that are perfect for the change of season. From oven-baked pastas and sheet pan pork chops to stuffed peppers and chili, these recipes are ones you’ll make again and again.

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Apple Cider Chicken

Sunny balances sweet and sour in her Southern-inspired chicken, which is cooked in a mixture of apple cider, Vidalia onion and Granny Smith apple.

Orecchiette with Pumpkin, Pancetta and Broccoli Rabe

Anne takes fall pasta to a new level with layers of flavor. Deeply roasted pumpkin, bitter broccoli rabe and salty pancetta come together for a dish that's uber-cozy.

Cranberry-Stuffed Pork Chops

Butternut Squash Alfredo Pasta

Butternut squash lends its silky texture to this classic dish, allowing you to cut the cream and butter with no sacrifice of flavor.

Chili Verde with Sausage and Pumpkin

Make a new kind of pumpkin chili this fall. Tomatillo salsa gives this pot its green color and a bright, light flavor.

Tuna Noodle Casserole

Ree's take on tuna noodle casserole includes a secret ingredient: dry sherry. It elevates the flavors of the classic dish, without changing all the things you love about this old-fashioned favorite.

Salmon Cakes

Steakhouse Pasta

For a hearty weeknight meal, Ree tops her creamy pasta with tender grilled steak. If you&rsquove already retired the grill for the winter, an indoor grill pan works just as well.

Rosemary-Garlic Pork Chops with Chickpeas

A pork chop dinner for four is a no-brainer when it's all on one sheet pan.

Korean Grilled Beef (Bulgogi)

These cozy beef bowls are ready to eat in just 40 minutes &mdash and that includes the marinating time!

Chili Cheese Stuffed Sweet Potato

Stuff sweet potatoes with an easy-to-make beef chili and top with sour cream, Cheddar and scallions for a family-friendly dinner that's ready in well under an hour.

Chicken Enchilasagna

Ree combines two of your favorite dishes into one! Whether you&rsquore a lasagna lover or a fan of enchiladas, you&rsquoll never have to choose between the two again!

Turkey Chili with Butternut Squash Noodles

The sweet and savory butternut squash noodles in this hearty chili add texture, flavor and color.

Grilled Cheese with Apple and Bacon

Like classic grilled cheese, Tyler dunks his super-flavorful sandwich in a bowl of roasted tomato soup.

Roasted Vegetable Chili with Cornbread

Vegetarian chili becomes a breeze when it's spread out on a sheet pan with drop biscuits.

Sweet and Spicy Chicken and Cashew Fried Rice

Chili oil and fresh ginger kick up the spice in this fried rice with cashews and chicken thighs. Easy to make and ready in a flash &mdash perfect for busy weeknights!

Beef with Broccoli

The ultimate in quick-fix cooking, Ree's 20-minute dinner is packed with the bold flavor of a double-duty sauce made with soy sauce, brown sugar and ginger. This salty-sweet mixture not only marinates the flank steak, but also serves as the base of the cooking liquid.

Deviled Chicken Thighs

Orecchiette with Broccoli Rabe and Sausage

For an incredibly easy weeknight dinner, toss cooked sausage with hearty pasta and broccoli rabe. Don&rsquot forget the shaved Parmesan on top!

Stuffed Green Peppers

These are super classic and so simple to make. Use leftover rice or thawed frozen rice. For an easy variation, try shredded fontina or Gruyere cheese.

Pumpkin Pasta

Pumpkin puree isn't just for pie. Think outside of the can and make this easy orange pasta in your food processor. Add a sprinkle of Parmesan and some toasted pumpkin seeds for an upgrade.

Braised Chicken Thighs and Apples

Apple cider and apples give this braised chicken dish a decidedly fall feel.

Carrot-Ginger Soup with Roasted Vegetables

Pureed root veggies make for a colorful soup that's flavorful, filling and oh-so-satisfying on a chilly fall day.

Curried Shrimp Biryani

Serve this simple shrimp and rice dish right from the pan. Don't be surprised when your family asks for seconds.

Cheesy Skillet Gnocchi

Forget boxed mac and cheese! This gnocchi and gruyere skillet is just as creamy and satisfying.

Skillet Rosemary Chicken

Creamy Sausage and Escarole Baked Pasta

Warm up on a chilly fall night with this hearty, mozzarella-topped pasta dish. Italian sausage and good-for-you escarole make it a complete (and completely satisfying) meal.

Potato-Leek Soup with Mini Pierogi

Mini potato dumplings turn this pureed soup into something instantly hearty. Crispy bacon gives it an added layer of texture.

Simple Bolognese

Giada's recipe is quick and simple, making it the perfect way to get dinner on the table during busy weeks.

Pumpkin Polenta with Vegetables

Blend instant polenta and pumpkin puree for a base that's entirely different from the norm. Round out the dish with roasted fall vegetables and Parmesan shavings.

Pork Chops with Pear Chutney

Curried Mussels with Butternut Squash and Leeks

Sweet butternut squash complements briney, salty mussels in a curry sauce. Don't forget crusty bread for dipping!

Pasta with Pumpkin and Sausage

Rachael tosses penne pasta in a sauce of creamy pumpkin and sweet sausage for a filling fall meal that's ready in just 25 minutes.

Salisbury Steak

Chicken Paprikash

Tex-Mex Pulled Chicken

You can&rsquot go wrong with Ree&rsquos 16-minute pulled chicken. She roasts tomatoes peppers and onion, then blends the veggies until smooth to make a quick and delicious sauce.

Spiced Chicken with Apples

You'll simmer the chicken on top of a sauce made with apples and onions for a flavor that is distinctly fall.

Lemon-Pepper Fettuccine

Pumpkin Wonton Ravioli

Ree makes homemade raviolis simple by using wonton wrappers for the dough. Sauteed in brown butter, this sweet pumpkin pasta is the perfect cozy meal.

Pork Schnitzel with Cheesy Potatoes

Get in the spirit of Oktoberfest with a classic schnitzel. Kids can help make the cutlets &mdash put them in between to pieces of plastic wrap and let them pound it out.

Slow-Cooker Meatloaf

Let this family-friendly dish cook while you're at work. When you get home, the biggest challenge will be getting everyone to the table at the same time.

Crispy Falafel Chicken with Yogurt Salad

Spinach and Ricotta Dumplings

Lasagna Caprese

This three cheese lasagna packs loads of comfort &mdash and still includes your classic tomato and basil flavors.

Steak Marsala with Cauliflower Mash

Even die-hard steak-and-potato lovers will enjoy this meal. A food processor makes it easy to turn out mashed cauliflower that's just as smooth as the traditional favorite, and don't forget the mushrooms, cooked in a sweet wine sauce &mdash they're the perfect finishing touch.

Smoked Pork Chops with Corn and Okra

Slow-Cooker Texas Chili

Herbed Tuna Steaks

Roast Pork and Sweet Potatoes

Chicken with Arugula Pesto

Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Slaw

Penne with Butternut Squash and Pancetta

For a creamier pasta, this fall-inspired dish uses a blend of butternut squash and parmesan cheese.

Kale-Turkey Rice Bowl

Bratwurst with Sauerkraut and Apple-Potato Hash

The natural sweetness of in-season apples is the perfect balance to smoky sausage and savory potatoes.

Chicken Enchilada-Stuffed Squash

You'll find acorn squash popping up at the grocery store this season. Use it to make a new twist on the classic chicken enchilada.

Turkey-Vegetable Parmesan

Weeknight Bolognese

Ina's weeknight bolognese is the perfect hearty sauce for pasta night during the week.

Steak with Beer Sauce and Sweet Potatoes

Lager-style beer makes a light steak sauce with plenty of flavor. Sweet potato fries add festive fall color to your plate and the perfect finishing touch.

Spaghetti Squash Alfredo with Pancetta and Peas

Lighten up pasta night without skimping on flavor. Roasted spaghetti squash takes on the creamy flavor of rich alfredo, salty pancetta and bright peas.

Pork Chops with Pear-Pecan Slaw

Cranberries add a subtle tang to a fruity slaw that complements sweet pork chops.

Chicken Cacciatore Subs

White Chicken Chili

Chili is normally set aside for weekend cooking, but this white chicken chili comes together in just about 45 minutes. Valerie poaches chicken for the chili, which is a quick way to add flavor to store-bought stock, but you can cut off some prep time and start out with shredded rotisserie chicken.

Pumpkin Popcorn Soup

Geoffrey Zakarian adds crunch to his soup with a unique ingredient &mdash popcorn!

Instant Pot Lemon Frozen Chicken with Orzo

Once you unlock the secret of cooking frozen chicken in an Instant Pot®, the possibilities for variations become endless. This creamy lemon chicken with orzo is worthy of a dinner with friends, though it is so easy, you'll make it a regular on your weeknight rotation. Make sure you follow the directions for a 10-minute natural release a quick release left us with dry and stringy meat.

Spaghetti alla Carbonara

As Marc says, &ldquoAnyone can make carbonara.&rdquo Combine whole eggs with pepper and Parmesan, then mix it with hot pasta until the eggs are cooked and form a rich, creamy sauce.

Crazy Szechuan Beef and Messy Corn with Shishito

Serve Rachael&rsquos recipe with white rice for a filling dinner that&rsquos ready in a snap.

One-Pan Chicken and Gnocchi in Tomato-Basil Sauce

There&rsquos a lot to love about this quick and easy dinner. Layer the chicken and gnocchi on top of cooked zucchini to sneak some extra veggies in if you have picky eaters at home.

Moroccan Chicken with Couscous

Warming ingredients, like honey, ginger and ras el hanout (Moroccan seasoning), pack this chicken dinner with cozy fall flavors.

Quick Rotisserie Chicken Pot Pies

Why fuss with making a traditional pot pie? You can finish this easy stove-top version in half the time. Topping the finished filling with golden, buttery pieces of puff pastry is a delicious, fast and pretty finish to this bowl of comfort.

Six Pepper Pasta

Ree loads up on the veggies for an almost guilt-free pasta dish!

Easy Chicken Cordon Bleu

Easy and kid-friendly, Giada says this is one of her go-to dinner recipes. Plus, it&rsquos ready to eat in just 15 minutes!

Perfect Pork Tenderloin

How pretty is Ree&rsquos perfect pork? For maximum flavor, she roasts the pork with peppercorns, rosemary and thyme, then serves the dish with a creamy mustard sauce.

Sheet-Pan Salmon with Potato Hash

Cook salmon, peppers and potatoes all on the same pan for an easy dinner that&rsquos light on clean-up.

Beef Picadillo with Spaghetti Squash

Whip up a saucy mixture of ground beef, diced tomatoes and olives to serve on top of tender spaghetti squash.

Cheesy Rice-Stuffed Acorn Squash

This rustic, fall dish is so easy to create. Throw your acorn squash into the microwave while you cook the rice in a saucepan &mdash and get two things done at the same time!

Why You Need to Stop Using Foil and Use Parchment Instead

Once your burgers and hot dogs are fired up, it's time to get to work on side dishes. After all, chips and salsa just aren't going to cut it at every summer cookout and BBQ. With these 15 recipes, you're going to want seconds. or thirds.

1. Black Bean and Corn Salad: If you're making a Tex-Mex meal, pair it with this bean and corn side salad. It has a sweet and spicy flavor from a honey and cayenne pepper dressing. (via Bowl of Delicious)

2. Skinny Mexican Grilled Corn: If you like your corn on the cob smothered, try this light, Mexican version. Instead of traditional crema, this cob is topped with Greek yogurt and parmesan cheese. (via The Cookie Rookie)

3. Grilled Summer Salad: You can make this eggplant, zucchini and grape tomato salad without ever leaving the grill. You'll love the fire-roasted flavor of the veggies paired with a fresh Greek vinaigrette. (via Little Broken)

4. 10-Minute Grilled Portobello Pizzas: These mushrooms can be a side or a main depending on your mood. Grill the portobellos and top them with marinara and mozzarella for a carb-free pizza. (via Cafe Delites)

5. Heirloom Tomato and Bacon Salad: This salad is almost too pretty to eat. You won't be able to resist the fresh summer tomatoes, crisp bacon and sweet corn combo. (via Steele House Kitchen)

6. Grilled Avocados With Pico de Gallo: Throw your avocados on the grill, then stuff 'em with a sweet corn and black bean salsa for a fresh and healthy side. (via A Southern Fairytale)

7. Grilled Potato Salad: The only thing not grilled on this salad is the dijon vinaigrette. The dressing tops tasty charred potatoes, peppers and onions. (via Crumb)

8. Bacon Ranch Slaw: Watch out, you've just upped the coleslaw game with this recipe. It adds bacon and ranch dressing to the classic cabbage side. (via Plain Chicken)

9. Corn Salad With Feta and Mint: If you haven't figured it out by now, corn is at its sweetest and freshest in the summer, making it a BBQ staple. Try it in a salad with salty feta and refreshing mint. (via Sweet Peas + Saffron)

10. Pineapple Baked Beans: Baked beans have their merits, but giving the savory side dish a healthy dose of a citrusy pineapple flavor has changed the bean game for us forever. (via Shared Appetite)

11. BBQ Broccoli and Leek Salad: Get a dose of greens with this grill-top salad. You'll crave the broccoli crunch and oniony leek flavor after trying it once. (via Seven Grams)

12. Homemade Pickles: What's a plate of burgers and dogs without some pickles? Skip the jar and make your own with this easy overnight recipe. (via Scarborough Food Fair)

13. Summer Orzo Salad: Break tradition and make your summer pasta salad with orzo instead of noodles. Add in fresh, seasonal flavors from produce like tomatoes and cucumbers. And don't forget some salty feta cheese for a creamy texture. (via Whisking Mama)

14. Bean Salad: Get ready to swoon over this take on BBQ beans. Pintos meet their match with peppers, corn and onion, all mixed in a sweet and tangy dressing. (via Fountain Avenue Kitchen)

15. Cilantro-Lime Watermelon: Who said veggies should have all the fun? Marinating fresh watermelon in lime juice, throwing it on the grill and topping it with fresh cilantro brings out all the best flavors. (via The Stay At Home Chef)

Corn on the cob? Potato salad? Tag us with your fave backyard BBQ side @BritandCo!

2. Beef Stroganoff with Mushrooms & Sour Cream

A Russian classic that has many popular worldwide recipes is now getting a keto upgrade.

Made with ground beef, cream cheese, sour cream and mushrooms, it&rsquos the epitome of comfort in a bowl and is a wonderful keto meal.

Perfect for cold, winterish days, served with a scoop of cauliflower rice or a piece of keto cloud bread, this recipe is easy to cook ahead and enjoy throughout the week.

Fall Recipes: Savory!

You&rsquove probably noticed that I don&rsquot do a ton of savory dishes, but when I do, I try to do them right. Case in point: these single servings of Sweet Potato Shepherd&rsquos Pie. Talk about comfort food.

I will also be making this Fall Harvest Pasta Salad again this year. I was so pleased with how it turned out. The flavor combination is out of this world.

If you&rsquore a mac and cheese fanatic and enjoy savory pumpkin dishes, then this Pumpkin Mac and Cheese with bacon is for you. It&rsquos the perfect fall side.

When it comes to picture perfect (and delicious), these apple-inspired cheese balls will impress your guests every time.

And if you thought those were cute, you&rsquoll love this Everything Bagel Cheeseball shaped-like a pumpkin. It&rsquos one of my FAVORITES. I know you all love it too because every time I share it on Instagram everyone goes crazy. And for good reason: it&rsquos delicious and adorable!

42 Old-Fashioned Dinner Recipes, Dessert Recipes, and More

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Don't bother taking a leaf out of Grandma's cookbook, 'cause we've got the perfect collection of old-fashioned recipes you're gonna keep coming back to again and again. This is a complete guide to making meals like you remember eating growing up, from old fashioned dinner recipes to vintage dessert recipes and everything in between. These classic dishes are sure to become staples in your household!

If you're looking for an old fashioned breakfast recipe just like you used to eat in grandma's big country kitchen, then try our Homemade Biscuits and Gravy -- they'll fill you up and make you feel like a kid again! If you prefer dinner recipes that remind you of dinnertime with the family, then try our Old-Fashioned Chicken. This recipe is hearty, filling, and just like Grandma used to make! And if you're looking for something sweet to hit the spot like you remember from the good ol' days, check out our recipe for Diner-Style Banana Cream Pie its creamy, fruity flavor will make you feel like a kid again.

Easy Vegan Dinner Recipes You'll Fall In Love With

Environmentalists have been urging us to eat less meat for years now, since it’s clear that cutting back on meat consumption is crucial to fighting climate change. And as the coronavirus pandemic brings about meat shortages, it seems like an especially wise time to be a vegetarian.

But many people are taking things one step further and making vegan recipes during the pandemic, cutting out all animal-based foods like eggs and milk, which have been tough to find in grocery stores lately. As we try to make do with available ingredients and also boost our health at a time when self-care is paramount, adopting a vegan diet (or at the very least, eating a few vegan meals every week) is a reasonable option.

But if you’re not used to eating vegan, prepare for your grocery list to look a whole lot different. Forget staples like butter and eggs, because you’ll be replacing them with cashews, healthy oils and specialty vegan substitutes.

Vegan recipes are like all the others ― there are lots of amazing ones, but lots of stinkers, too. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites to take the guesswork out of it. Just make sure you read the ingredients carefully before making your grocery list to ensure you have everything you need on hand. Many foods you think may be vegan actually aren’t, so it’s important to stick to the recipe.

3. Three-Cheese Mushroom and Kale Skillet Lasagna

Courtesy of The Pioneer Woman Cooks.

This vegetarian treat is just what your fall dinner parties—or weeknight dinners—need. The three-cheese mushroom and kale skillet lasagna is cheesy and full of veggies, so you can indulge while still getting in that all-important serving of greens.

Cauliflower is versatile to the core and can be prepared in multiple ways. It holds a constant place in everyone's diet during the winter in form of aloo gobi and gobi paratha. But the same old recipes can be boring at times. Hence, we found some delicious cauliflower dishes that can take your love for the vegetable one step ahead. Let's find out!

Methi Palak Gobi

Winter is just not complete without methi, palak and gobi. We found a recipe that brings all the three winter special vegetables together to give you the flavour of the season. Click here the recipe.

Bharwan Gobi

We all love bharwan karela, bharwan baigan etc. But have you ever tried bharwan gobi? Deep fried cauliflower floret, stuffed with cheese and khoya and coated with besan, this dish spells indulgence. Click here for recipe

Chilli Gobi

A vegetarian alternative for chilli chicken, this dish is perfect to spice up your meal. All you need to do is toss the gobi with spices and serve. It takes just 30 minutes to prepare this delish. Click here for recipe.

Gobi 65

Another vegetarian alternative for a popular chicken dish, gobi 65 is every spice lover's dream-come-true. It is crunchy, flavourful and a hit among people across ages. Click here for recipe.

Gobhi Mussallam

For ones looking to serve something exotic and extravagant on your dinner table, this dish is a quick and easy option to go for. It is basically a whole cauliflower dunked in thick and spicy gravy that includes onion, ginger, garlic and a pool of spices. Click here for recipe.

Gobi is versatile and you can whip up various recipes with it

Tandoori Gobhi

Who doesn't like relishing some hot tandoori item in a chilly winter evening?! Keeping this in mind, we bring a tandoori gobi recipe that can be a yummy addition to your barbecue parties. Click here for recipe.

Gobhi Shalgam ka Achar

Paratha and achar go hand-in-hand. Achar is one traditional side dish that completes a meal. Here we bring a winter special achar recipe that includes the goodness of cauliflower, turnip, carrot, garlic and more. Click here for recipe.

Try these recipes this winter and let us know how you like it. Also, do not forget to share your favourite gobi recipes with us.

About Somdatta Saha Explorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.

32 Breakfast for Dinner Ideas That Will Yank You Straight Out of Your Cooking Rut

On a busy morning, we&rsquore lucky if we can manage to grab a granola bar on our way out the door. That leaves a measly two days a week to actually enjoy our very favorite meal, breakfast. Thankfully, we found a solution to this problem: brinner (or, you know, breakfast for dinner). Breakfast foods are typically quick to prepare, pretty healthy (since they&rsquore meant to fuel you for the day ahead) and TBH, we&rsquoll sign up for any plan that involves eating more bacon. Here are 32 breakfast for dinner ideas that will kick your supper rut to the curb.