Fried Egg & Avocado Toast:
This isn't necessarily something you need a recipe for, but I'm putting it on here because it's one of my favorite food combinations. I recently discovered the glorious convenience of fried eggs on salads, sandwiches, roasted veggies, and pretty much anything else edible. One of my favorite ways to eat fried eggs is on toast for breakfast or lunch, especially with smashed avocado, tomato, and feta (my own addition to this already tasty recipe).
Sweet Potato Risotto:
This is the hardest recipe on this list, but definitely still worth it. Risotto is recognizably time consuming, requiring on average 30-40 minutes of stirring, but that doesn't mean multitasking is impossible. When I made this a few weeks ago I read a book for my English class between stirring breaks and still managed to succeed in the Risotto game. The result was a simultaneously sweet and hearty dish that I paired with roasted brussel sprouts and asparagus. If you have some extra time to make dinner, definitely use it to try this one out.