I'm a reasonably good cook and have access to almost every imaginable ingredient. I like to plan out meals for my family (me+husband+daughter) a week in advance but I'm feeling like I'm reinventing the wheel each week by searching through cookbooks and blogs and my own archives for what to make each week.
It occurs to me that I need to expand my repertoire of standards beyond roast chicken and pasta with red sauce. Apart from those two (which are perfectly fine meals) I don't have a good collection of reliable easy dinners.
All cuisines are open.
We don't eat beef but otherwise there are no dietary constraints.
Ideally these meals would be ready in 45 minutes or less but don't have to be if they're really awesome.
The healthier the better.
Recipes don't have to rely on pantry staples. I shop pretty frequently but I suppose the more staples, the better.
from three years ago is similar but the criteria are somewhat different so I thought I'd ask again. Mostly I'm looking for recipes, not cookbooks generally.