We’ve all been there: It’s been a long day, the commute was brutal, and making anything that resembles a meal sounds impossibly daunting. So, we challenged ourselves to create incredible recipes that need no more than four ingredients and, better yet, use some of our customer-favorite Best of Met items.
The Star: Ahi Tuna Poke
The Recipe: Poke Nachos
We’ve put a lot of things on nachos, but raw fish? This one was a gamble. But between sweet-meets-salty taro chips, flavorful furikake, and fresh guacamole…this might be our new favorite way to eat poke.
The Star: Rotisserie Chicken
The Recipe: Chicken Tikka Masala
If we were to rank time-saving weeknight cooking hacks, a really good ready-to-eat rotisserie chicken would absolutely top the list. It’s incredibly versatile and you can normally get a couple meals out of it (lunch the next day?).
The Star: Dungeness Crab Cakes
The Recipe: Crab Cakes with Sesame-Ginger Slaw
Crab cakes feel fancy but they’re so easy to cook—just a few minutes on each side in a skillet and they’re ready to devour. We’ve paired them with a bright, crunchy slaw.
The Star: Large AA Organic Eggs
The Recipe: Oven-Roasted Hash
Breakfast for dinner—or brinner, if you were to use the ultra-scientific, technical term—is a tasty and almost nostalgic way to end the day. This one is loaded with potatoes and red peppers. Bacon is a must, sriracha mayo optional!
The Star: The Cookie
The Recipe: The Cookie Ice Cream Cake
There’s no wrong way to enjoy The Cookie, and this ice cream cake is further proof! Create layers of crumbly cookie goodness and creamy ice cream with this incredibly decadent frozen treat.