These five ingredient recipes make it easy to get dinner on the table fast. But just because these 5 ingredient recipes don't have a long list of ingredients doesn't mean they aren't tasty. They are! So make one of these five ingredient recipes tonight, and let me know what you think of it.
The long, slow cooking process makes this brisket really tender. This is one of those five ingredient recipes you'll want to make part of your regular rotation.
This five ingredient recipe appeals to the whole family -- and it even has a hidden vegetable!
These flavorful enchiladas are made with rotisserie chicken breast and store-bought salsa, for a fast and easy dish that tastes like it came from a restaurant. Use the best-quality salsa you can find for this easy five-ingredient recipe.
This is one of those five-ingredient recipes that looks a lot harder to prepare than it is. In fact, it couldn't be simpler. Even kids can make this recipe. And with the sweetness of the honey, plus the richness of the butter combined with the crunch of the topping, this salmon recipe is a guaranteed winner.
If you think about it, quesadillas are really just Mexican grilled cheese sandwiches. And this five ingredient recipe for quesadillas just adds a little zip to the basic quesadila with barbecue sauce and chicken. Kids love these quesadillas, and so do adults!
Even though salt and pepper are integral ingredients for this 5 ingredient recipe, I don't count them (gotta have some rules, right?). You can make this baked chicken recipe with breasts, but I think it's juicier with chicken thighs.
This is one of those five ingredient recipes that's guaranteed to be a hit with the kids. You can up the nutritional value of this dish by stirring in some frozen peas and carrots.
Buy chicken tenders to make this five ingredient recipe even quicker. If your family likes Italian food, they will enjoy this easy, five ingredient recipe.