Robin Miller

Fresh Produce Elevated

Robin Miller
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In this session you will get a brief overview of all the recipes covered in this class.
Perfectly roasted chicken, scented with herbs and partnered with sweet bell pepper, red onion, and baby potatoes. That would be delicious enough, but when you drizzle over my garlicky lemon butter sauce, your world is forever changed.
Loaded with fresh, colorful vegetables, simmered together in a robust, herby broth, this is the best vegetable soup you will ever eat! It's made in one pot, completely customizable, and ready in about 30 minutes!
This incredible, vegetarian dish features tender pasta and a bounty of fresh vegetables in an herby, savory, homemade marinara sauce. Choose your favorite vegetables, and what’s in season, and you can enjoy this dish year-round!
Best copycat ever! Tender chicken, colorful vegetables, stir-fried noodles, and the most luxurious teriyaki sauce on earth. Completely customizable and undeniably easy, you will adore this one. And so will everyone you share it with!
Juicy beef, aromatic vegetables, and tender potatoes in an herby, parmesan-spiked tomato sauce! This gluten-free, one-pan meal will blow your mind!
6 Lessons
1  hrs 40  mins

If you relegate fresh vegetables to lackluster side dishes, this class is for you! Fresh produce can quickly and easily elevate a variety of dishes, whether it’s a sheet pan dinner that’s roasted in the oven, or a braised meal that comes together on the cooktop. Seasonal vegetables (and those available year-round) catapult ordinary dishes into something extraordinary by adding color, flavor, texture, and a host of nutrients. And the best news? Adding produce to main dishes doesn’t require any additional work, fancy equipment, or challenging cooking techniques.

In this class, we’ll start with my Sheet Pan Lemon Chicken with Lemon Butter Sauce. This one-pan meal features herby roasted chicken, strips of caramelized bell peppers and onion, and fork-tender potatoes. The chicken is cooked under slices of lemon, which infuses the meat with tangy goodness. Just before serving, everything is drizzled with a quick-and-easy, garlicky, lemon butter sauce. Colorful, flavorful perfection. Next, we’ll make a big pot of my Hearty Vegetable Soup, a recipe I acquired from my bestie Karyn. The soup is brimming with wholesome vegetables, including tomatoes, zucchini, mushrooms, cabbage, carrots, celery, and onion. This soup is entirely vegetarian (and easy to make vegan), gluten-free, and very low in carbs. And since you can use seasonal vegetables, it’s welcome all year long (I’ve been known to eat it cold in the summer). The next recipe is my Pasta Primavera, a hearty, produce-forward meal boasting tender pasta, yellow squash, carrots, onion, and green peas. The sauce is an ultra-easy marinara sauce that’s made with pantry staples. And since this winning dish is infused with Parmesan cheese, it’s sure to please every member of your clan. Chicken Teriyaki Noodle Bowls are next on the agenda, and they never disappoint. This copycat recipe is one of my son’s favorite meals because it boasts stir-fried noodles topped with chicken, broccoli, red cabbage, and carrots, and then everything is drizzled with my homemade, sweet, and savory teriyaki sauce. You’ll never do take-out again! The last recipe in the class is my Italian Beef and Potatoes, a one-pan meal featuring lean ground beef and potatoes cooked in a chunky tomato sauce with bell pepper, onion, garlic, and herbs. This fan favorite is gluten-free, easy, and ready in under 30 minutes. And since it’s made in one pan, cleanup is a breeze.

It’s time to dive into five delicious dinners featuring Mother Nature’s finest!

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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