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Easy and Delicious Weeknight Dinner Recipes

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Complete Episode: Weeknight Dinners
Weeknights can be overwhelming - kids' activities, stuff to do around the house, and all after a long day's work. At the same time, weeknights deserve a little reward - in the form of a nice dinner. These recipes are all about cooking on the fly without sacrificing taste. First, Chef Chris Koetke starts with baked chile rubbed salmon, and after that baked Italian sausage sandwiches and a French soufflé omelette! Lastly, a steak, black bean, corn and pineapple salad!
Segment 1
Baked Chile Rubbed Salmon
Baked Chile Rubbed Salmon
This great dish is full of flavor, easy to make and won't leave you overly full.
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Segment 2
Baked Italian Sausage Sandwiches
Baked Italian Sausage Sandwiches
Everyone will simply love this cross between an Italian sausage sandwich and pizza. They take about 1 hour to cook, but are so simple to make that you will find yourself making them fairly often.
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Segment 3
French Souffle Omelette
French Souffle Omelette
Soufflé omelets sound intimidating, but the reality is that they are pretty easy to make and delicious to eat. Serve with plenty of toast and a small salad for dinner.
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Segment 4
Steak, Black Bean, Corn and Pineapple Salad
Steak, Black Bean, Corn and Pineapple Salad
This refreshing dish can be served as a salad on individual plates. Or for more fun, serve each part of the dish separately in the middle of the table so that everyone can make lettuce wraps. It is a bit messy, but a great time!
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