Meals for a Deal: Celeb Chefs' Affordable Recipes You Can Make Tonight
NO MORE HUNGER
These celebrity chefs have partnered with Feeding America, an organization that is leading the fight against hunger in the U.S. through food banks, pantries and meal programs. Here, they've created simple recipes using affordable, readily-available ingredients.
RACHAEL RAY'S ROASTED BROCCOLI
ROCCO DISPIRITO'S CHICKEN "PAPPARDELLE"
This hearty dish is as delicious as it is whimsical. "As I was contemplating how to create it, it occurred to me: Why not make noodles out of the protein?" DiSpirito says of his unconventional method. "Thinly sliced chicken cooked quickly makes a wonderful stand-in for the rustic pappardelle-style pasta." Get the recipe HERE.
ANDREW ZIMMERN'S CRANBERRY CAKE
You won't believe how easy this stunner is to make. Zimmern calls it the "perfect addition to your holiday dessert spread," and we'd have to agree. Get the recipe HERE.
ELLIE KRIEGER'S GREEN & WHITE BEAN SALAD
"You might not ordinarily think of vegetables as comfort food," Krieger says of her Mediterranean-inspired dish. "But when green beans are simmered in a saucy pot of onions and hand-crushed tomatoes until they are meltingly tender, you are 100 percent in heart-warming, feel-good territory." Get the recipe HERE.
MARC FORGIONE'S BRUSSELS SPROUTS WITH PROSCIUTTO
No more soggy sprouts! Forgione's quick cooking method yields a delightfully crispy exterior with a sweet honey glaze that gets slightly caramelized, and the salty prosciutto really takes them over the top. Get there recipe HERE.
CURTIS STONE'S GIFTABLE GRANOLA
Give the gift of homemade snacks this year – Stone's simple recipe makes a big batch and is packed with warm seasonal flavors like cinnamon, cloves, maple syrup, and dried cranberries. Get the recipe HERE.