What's for dinner? That's the question of the day, every day. Sometimes the answer is obvious: Roast chicken with potatoes and veggies. Your go-to pasta with pesto recipe. Leftovers from yesterday's beef stew. But sometimes, especially when you're pressed for time, the answer is a mystery. A bowl of cereal? Takeout tacos? Cold leftover pizza?
The New York Times' Melissa Clark has an easy solution—a super simple dinner recipe that takes, literally, 10 minutes to throw together. The secret weapon? A magical sauce made with melted butter, garlic, herbs, and spices. You can customize the sauce with your favorite seasonings, then drizzle it over pretty much anything (steak, chicken, vegetables) to instantly transform it into a delicious dinner.
Clark likes to add curry powder to her butter sauce and drizzle it over fish fillets before broiling in the oven for a few minutes. Pair with a simple salad, and dinner is served.
You can watch Clark work her kitchen magic here:
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