Good Bite Weeknight Meals: Delicious Made Easy Giveaway

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Good Bite Weeknight Meals: Delicious Made EasyI’m very excited to be part of the new cookbook Good Bite Weeknight Meals: Delicious Made Easy, created by the contributors to GoodBite.com and photographed by the super talented Matt Armendariz. The recipes are all about helping you get delicious healthy food on the table with less fuss on busy weeknights. Most of the recipes have between 5 and 10 ingredients and can be prepared within 15 to 30 minutes using widely available ingredients. With dishes such as Chicken Tinga, Five-Spice Pork Chops with Hoisin Glaze, Baked Salmon with Seville Orange Marmalade and Wasabi, and Spicy Bean-Stuffed Bell Peppers, plus a number of slow cooker recipes, you’ll have plenty of flavorful options to choose from when planning your menus.

To celebrate the release of the book, I created a video to share with you one of my favorite recipes to make for weeknight meals, a pasta dish with zucchini, mushrooms, fresh lemon basil, and white wine.

Giveaway

I have five copies of the book to give away, courtesy of Good Bite and Wiley. For a chance to win a copy for your collection, tell us about your favorite easy meal for busy weeknights in the comments below.

Please make sure your email address is correct so I can contact you if you are one of the five lucky winners, and winners must respond within 48 hours or another winner will be chosen. The books can be shipped to any U.S. or Canadian address. The giveaway closes at 8 P.M. EST on Monday October 10, and Random.org will select the winners. Look for the announcement of the winners in this post soon after.

UPDATE: The winners have been selected and announcement emails sent. Please check your email for the announcement.

Thanks for sharing your dishes, and be sure to check out the blogs of the rest of the contributors.

Weelicious Southern Plate
White on Rice Couple Simply Recipes
Steamy Kitchen Picky Palate
Dinner with Julie Kath Eats
Our Best Bites Laura’s Best Recipes
Recipe Girl No Recipes
Matt Bites Coconut & Lime
Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef

[An original post from Andrea Meyers: making life delicious. All images and text copyrighted, All Rights Reserved.]

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Comments

  1. says

    Quick and only a few ingredients? Perfect! One of our favorite quick meals is basically Zatarain’s dirty rice with ground turkey and a can or two of tomatoes. We eat it like chili with crushed tortilla chips and shredded cheese. Yum!

  2. says

    I love easy week night dinners! For a sidedish, I’ll slice plum tomatoes and add slices of provolone cheese and just drip some italian dressing on :)

  3. says

    My favorite quick-on-a-weekend dish is a salad, tossed lettuces or spinach with some grilled or sauteed chicken on top. Super fast, super yummy, and super healthy!

  4. Ginny says

    My favorite go-to “emergency” dinner is usually omelets or migas. So easy to just throw a bunch of stuff together out of the pantry and fridge and come up with something delicious!

  5. Delora says

    Anything I can throw on the grill or in a pan that cooks quickly. We eat a lot of sausage and steamed broccoli or cauliflower because it’s fast and everyone likes it. Anything that has to bake is too long.

  6. OfeDel says

    when i am short on time, which usually at least twice a week; we use 15min brown rice, a can of black beans, a can of corn and shred some spinach. We add some homemade Mexican salsa for zesty and VOILE! dinner. I’d love to win the book, i love to try new ideas!

  7. Tawana says

    PASTA!! Always quick and versatile. We have a favorite dish with cheddar cheese, rotini pasta, sausage, broccoli, carrots, and cauliflower that makes a quick, yummy one pot meal.

  8. says

    I’m so proud of you! Congratulations. I know you’re just tickled pink — but, it’s so well-deserved after all your hard work. For a fast meal, I love Polish Kielbasa, chopped peppers and onions sauteed to translucent, and brown rice. Leftovers are thrown in eggs for a fast frittata! Come visit when you can.

  9. says

    If I’m really short on time I’ll just pick up some interesting-flavored fresh sausages from Whole Foods. Add rice and a salad, and we’re good to go.

  10. says

    It looks like a great book! Thanks for sharing your easy recipe. My favorite meal to cook is roasted chicken. Because I have a toddler, I can’t stand over the stove and watch my food too much. So I toss cut root veggies (potatoes, onions, carrots,) and a few cloves of garlic in a roasting pan. Add salt, pepper, olive oil and coat the veggies. On top of them I place chicken legs and thighs. Same with salt, pepper and olive oil and roast in oven for about 30-45 minutes. I don’t have to watch it and can play with my kids while it roasts!

  11. says

    Coddled eggs on toast with various spices depending on the mood. If we have tomatoes, they get chopped and added to the toast. Very basic, but quite good.

    Congratulations!

  12. Roldan says

    The most delicious thing : boneless, skinless chicken thighs cubed into one inch pieces. Saute with garlic, onion, cumin, celery seeds and crushed red pepper. Add two cans of black beans with one can diced tomato. Cook twenty minutes and serve with lime wedges and sour cream. So addictive you’ll eat it all week.

  13. Jil Sanders says

    Chicken tacos, using shredded chicken that I’ve seasoned with onions, garlic and taco seasoning in my crock pot. Wonderful!

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