5 Recipes Every Dad Should Know How to Cook

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Dads need a few good recipes in their back pocket they can whip out and make happen. Here are 5 Recipes Every Dad Should Know How to Cook.

Sheet Pan Salmon Teriyaki

Teriyaki sauce seems to be one of those flavors that is enjoyed by both adults and kids alike, and this sheet pan dinner makes it easy to get dinner on the table in a snap. The recipe combines a homemade version of the Asian sauce with healthy salmon and vegetables like broccoli, peppers, green beans, and carrots. Make a pot of rice and dinner is done.

Chicken Esquites Street Tacos

Chicken esquites tacos – grilled chicken, topped with street corn elote is an amazing combo that needs to be one everyone’s table right now It’s got such a bright texture, and makes resisting a second taco that much harder! They can stay in the fridge for about a week in an airtight container – if they can last that long!

The Nutella Sandwich

Men are good for assembling things, like IKEA furniture and sandwiches. The good news about winning in re: sandwiches is that you don’t have to follow those impossible black-and-white IKEA drawings to really nail it. For those of you who don’t know how to make a sandwich: it’s two pieces of bread with stuff in the middle.

Stuffed Pasta Shells

These savory shells never fail to make a big impression, even though the recipe is very easy. One or two of these shells makes a great individual serving at a potluck, so a single batch goes a long way.

Instant Pot Ribs

Everyone knows that for really good, fall-off-the-bone ribs, you need to cook them low and sloooow. Well, we’re throwing that theory out the window! All you need is an Instant Pot and 20 minutes. You’ll have the most tender ribs before your grill or oven can even preheat.

So which of these Recipes Every Dad Should Know are you making first?