Food

17 of our simplest recipes — as you ease into whatever your fall routine looks like

Meals to turn to when you need at least one part of the day to be less daunting!

Meals to turn to when you need at least one part of the day to be less daunting!

(Photography, left: Betty Binon; middle and right: David Bagosy)

September's upon us (which kind of feels hard to believe, right?), and whether you're navigating the logistics of back-to-school, going back to the office, or just back to a non-summer schedule, it could be that you're facing a more complicated re-start than in other Septembers. So we've compiled a list of some of our simplest recipes to cook as you ease into whatever your routine may be this year. These meals are straightforward but they're satisfying (here are even more ideas to add to your meal plan). Scroll down for 17 dinners to turn to when you want at least one part of the day to be a little less daunting!

Kunde

(Photography by Khadija M. Farah & Jennifer May)

Savoury Margherita Dutch Baby

(Photo: David Bagosy, Styling: Melissa Direnzo)

Cauliflower Tacos

(Photography by Betty Binon)

Shakshuka

Cream of Tomato Soup

(Credit: Drake Devonshire)

Chicken Kanji

(Photography by Nik Sharma)

Asparagus, Prosciutto and Parmesan Turnovers 

(Photography by Marcella DiLonardo)

Celebration Chicken with Sweet Potatoes and Dates

(Photo credit: David Loftus)

Khichdi

(Photo: Shayma Owaise Saadat)

Cauliflower Fritters

(Photography by Betty Binon)

Jacket Potatoes with Shaved Vegetable Salad

(Photography by EE Berger)

Bacon, Hot Pepper and Arugula Pizza 

Radish Ceviche 

(Credit: Hungry Gap Productions Ltd.)

Quiche Lorraine with Gruyère Cheese and Onions

(Photo: David Bagosy; Styling: Melissa Direnzo)

Sheet Pan Shrimp and Pineapple Tacos

(Photo: David Bagosy, Styling: Melissa Direnzo)

Brown Rice, Chicken and Butternut Squash Salad with Roasted Garlic Tahini Dressing

(Photography by Gabriel Cabrera)

Lobster Rolls

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