The 10 Most-Saved Recipes from Kitchn This April
Spring has sprung, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the recipes you've been saving. You've been loving light and fresh meals that scream spring, including all the lemony slow cooker chicken recipes, dinner salads, and veggie-heavy weeknight pastas.
These were our 10 most-saved recipes from April.
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This dinner-worthy salad is basically your favorite shrimp tacos deconstructed and turned into a salad. It deserves a spot in your meal plan, stat.
If you make just one pasta this spring, this is the one you want. It's light and fresh, with a nutty crunch that will make you wonder why you haven't been adding toasted nuts to your pasta all along. That last touch of luxe mascarpone will make you swoon.
This hybrid dinner salad is what to make when you want to hit two birds with one stone. It's how to end the day with a bowl full of greens for dinner and curb your pasta craving.
I've wanted to make this recipe since the day it was published, and I finally made it last night. It was light, refreshing, and oh so easy — basically everything I hoped for and more. Boneless chicken thighs will work in place of breasts (just err on the upper end of the cook time).
Grab a couple sheet pans, because that's the secret to pulling these meat-free bowls together in a flash. While the tofu and veggies roast in the oven, cook up some rice and stir together a quick yogurt sauce.
Whether you're in it for a giant mess of veggies, the garlic-lemon-butter sauce, or the carbs, this is the pasta recipe to keep on repeat from now through the end of summer.
Don't be so fast to push slow cooker soups to the side. Mellow and mild potato leek soup is spring's answer to winter's potato soup.
Adobo chicken is a classic Filipino dish cooked in a mixture of vinegar, bay leaves, garlic, black pepper, and soy sauce. This weeknight version is a breeze to pull together with the help of your Instant Pot.
If you haven't been cooking tiny potatoes underneath chicken pieces in the slow cooker, you've been missing out. Luckily this recipe, with juicy, tender chicken and buttery, chicken schmaltz-soaked potatoes, will set you straight.
This dinner salad starts with a lemongrass-ginger marinade that pulls double duty as the dressing. It can be made in advance, along with the rice noodles, and you can expect these leftovers to hold up when you pack them for lunch for the next day or two.