Robin Miller

Cook Once, Eat Twice

Robin Miller
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All the delicious flavors of the classic soup, served with a perfectly cooked steak. The steaks are pan-seared, then smothered with sweet, caramelized onions, toasted bread, and melty Swiss cheese. Serves 4, with leftover steak for a future meal
Ginger and garlic are the star flavors in this dish. They join forces to make the base of a glossy, sweet, and salty glaze that will give your leftover steak new life. Serves 4
Fresh and light, this tender chicken is scented with tangy lemon, garlic, parsley, and a hint of Dijon mustard. And although it’s made in a flash with pantry staples, flavors soar with every juicy bite. Serves 4, with leftover chicken for a future meal
This slick, shimmering sauce boasts equal parts sweetness and saltiness, flavors that catapult the chicken and noodles to new heights. The addition of apricot preserves not only adds sweetness, but it also adds little nuggets of chewy-sweet apricot in every bite. Serves 4
With just a handful of ingredients, you can create a show-stopping, mouthwatering meal in under 20 minutes. This balance of buttery sweetness and spicy Cajun seasoning is the perfect complement to the juicy salmon, infusing and caramelizing the fish as it quickly bakes in the oven. Serves 4, with leftover salmon for a future meal
Transform your leftover salmon into this brand-new dish in a snap! Savory seasoned rice, roasted salmon, fresh tomatoes, green onions, and cilantro all combine in this dish that’s hearty, wholly satisfying, and brimming with nutrients. Serves 4
9 Lessons
1  hrs 21  mins

This class is an indispensable resource for all home cooks to make mealtime simpler (and your life easier). What’s the strategy? Plan ahead for leftovers and transform them into entirely new meals! Think of this class as a gift to your future self. Working with leftovers is an integral part of my planning ahead strategy. Not only does it take the stress out of meal planning, but it also streamlines the cooking process for half of the recipes in this class, since leftovers from three of the lessons will be transformed into completely different, equally outstanding dinners.

In lesson one, we’re making French Onion Steaks, a unique dish that showcases wine-infused, caramelized onions, chewy-crisp toasted bread, gooey Swiss cheese, and perfectly cooked steaks. This dish is totally unique and likely to become a staple in your home. In lesson two, we’re taking leftover steak from the first lesson and making Easy Mongolian Beef Bowls, a dish that features nuggets of juicy steak that are shimmering from a sweet, tangy, garlicky glaze that’s made with soy sauce and brown sugar. In lesson three, we’re making Sheet Pan Parsley Lemon Chicken, a dish you’ll be making again and again. The chicken is perfectly moist and scented with fresh lemon, parsley, and Dijon mustard. The best part is, with the leftovers you’ll have from this recipe, you’ll have pre-cooked chicken to use for a future meal. In lesson four, we’ll use the leftover chicken from lesson three to craft Sweet and Sour Chicken with Rice Noodles, a dish that features gluten-free rice noodles, tender chicken, sugar snap peas, fresh cilantro, and a sweet/savory sauce made with apricot preserves. In lesson five, we’re diving into Cajun Butter Salmon, where creamy butter is kicked up with bold Cajun flavors (cayenne, black pepper, oregano, thyme, garlic), and then sweetened with honey. The mixture is brushed onto salmon filets and the fish is baked to fork-tender perfection. Leftover salmon from lesson five swims into lesson six for Salmon Taco Bowls, an assembly-style meal that features seasoned rice, perfectly cooked chunks of salmon, fresh tomatoes, vibrant greens, lime juice, and cilantro.

Robin Miller

Robin Miller has been a TV personality, food writer, and nutritionist since 1990 and she is the author of ten books, including the New York Times bestseller, Quick Fix Meals. Robin is currently writing and photographing her eleventh cookbook. Her popular show, Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller, aired on Food Network for five years. All six seasons are currently streaming on Discovery+. Robin has two cooking shows streaming on, Real Life Cooking and Efficient Weeknight Cooking. Robin also regularly hosts LIVE cooking classes and tutorials on the Craftsy platform.

Robin Miller

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