Classic Box Menu 12/2 to 12/8

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We all have a soft spot for the sticky-sweet chicken that’s a staple of takeout dinners. But it’s not exactly a meal for any night of the week—until now. We’re swapping out the heavy glaze for a fresh burst of ginger and a swirl of honey and soy sauce. Served with tender green beans on a bed of jasmine rice, it’ll give you a good reason to toss the phone number for your delivery joint.


Cooking time
30 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


We’ve taken cheeseburgers to the next level with the help of a little something called frico (aka cheese crisps). They look fancy-schmancy, but making them simply involves baking cheddar cheese until it reaches crispy, golden-brown perfection. On top of burgers with onion jam, tomatoes, and ketchup, they feel like a crowning achievement in topping technology.


Cooking time
30 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


Lemon is an ingredient that’s humble yet mighty, often overlooked as a garnish despite its transformative sour power. This dish would be much plainer without it, which is why it’s worth giving the citrus a special mention. Its juice perks up the pan sauce that’s drizzled over the pork and gives extra character to the potatoes and zucchini. Plus, it adds a sunshine-y blast of vitamin C.


Cooking time
30 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


If cooking chicken legs looks complicated, fear not. In this recipe, they’re simply seared in the pan, then transferred to the oven to finish. In the meantime, you can easily put together the jasmine rice and crisp bok choy. At the end, the chicken is given a brushing of honey lemongrass glaze—a finishing touch that creates a huge wave of citrusy, sweet flavor.


Cooking time
40 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


Get ready for a British invasion, but this time it’s with a fab four of sausage, tomatoes, zucchini, and potatoes. With shorter days and cooler temperatures ahead, we thought there was no better place to look for inspiration than across the pond—the Brits know a thing or two about gray skies and sweater weather, after all. It’s comfort food at its finest, although we couldn’t help throwing in some veggies to keep things fresh.


Cooking time
20 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


A strip steak is a triumph in itself, known for its tenderness and marbling. But to make it truly extraordinary, it helps to have some powerhouse accompaniments. Here, that’s a trifecta of fig jam, balsamic glaze, and rosemary. The jam brings deep, full-bodied sweetness. The balsamic adds a jolt of tart electricity. And the rosemary unleashes a wave of alluring herb-y aromas. When swirled together in a sauce, that translates into big flavors that match the gusto of the meat.


Cooking time
40 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


Cook it once, eat it twice: this is a crave-worthy dinner with extras that quickly transform into tomorrow’s lunch. That’s thanks to special added ingredients that can easily be heated up, even at the office (your coworkers will be amazed, trust us). For the first meal, you’ve got a pesto-y pasta with chicken thighs and a dash of Parmesan. The next day, it becomes a pesto chicken sandwich on baguette, with slices of fresh tomato to keep things lively. *The nutrition facts panel represents the nutrient values for the Chicken and Pesto Pasta Dinner. The Chicken Salad Lunch information is as follows: Calories: 640, Fat: 21 g, Saturated Fat: 5 g, Carbohydrate: 73 g, Sugar: 6 g, Fiber: 5 g, Protein: 45 g, Cholesterol: 150 mg, Sodium: 240 mg.


Cooking time
35 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


Fish and chips is as quintessentially British as tea time, Union Jacks, and monarchy. But that doesn’t mean it’s too far out there for Yankee taste buds. With tilapia strips fried in a crisp, golden batter and thick potato wedges roasted until they’re toasty and brown, our version is really just a hearty seafood dinner. But to make sure it’s got a bit of variety, we’re adding tender roasted zucchini and a DIY tartar sauce.


Cooking time
40 min


Difficulty level
Level 1