These healthy recipes are all created to pair with wine (which has 120 to 150 calories for a 5-ounce glass)—all for 600 calories or fewer.
Some people are happy to use fall vegetables as soon as they appear at the market, but I like to hang onto summer as long as I can. That said, tomatoes and winter squash are delicious together, so I cook both of them with chicken legs for a rustic one-pan roast. The squash in this dish becomes quite soft and infused with both the chicken and tomato juices. If you prefer crispier-style roasted squash, cook it on a separate baking sheet, then add it to the tomatoes just before serving. To pull together this dish quickly, use the prepped squash available at many supermarkets. Then serve it with a happy Beaujolais.
Roast Chicken Legs with Butternut Squash and Tomatoes
Active: 10 MIN; Total: 1 HR