Here’s the First Sneak Peek of Rachael Ray’s Return to 30 Minute Meals

Rachael Ray is back, and she's got more 30 Minute Meals to fit your busy life. You have to see the preview!

Known for her down-to-earth nature and casual delivery, Rachael Ray was an immediate hit when she premiered on the Food Network with 30 Minute Meals back in 2001. Unlike chefs on other programs, Rachael wasn’t afraid to make mistakes. She dropped ingredients on the floor, unwrapped food on camera and occasionally set the kitchen on fire. The show ran for 11 years, but after a long hiatus, 30 Minute Meals is back!

(If you’re too busy to spend more than a half-hour on dinner, check out our quick weeknight meals.)

Check Out the Sneak Preview

Rachael Ray posted a preview for the reboot on her website. The short clip features a skillet pizza with bubbling mozzarella, tomato sauce and fresh basil and a Parmesan-dusted fennel salad. It’s a mix of healthy food and indulgent old-school classics that Rachael hopes will appeal to a new generation while still providing meal inspiration to her devoted fans. You can tell she’s having a blast in the kitchen, too!

For more information about what the show might have in store, we analyzed Rachael’s Instagram.

Where Can I Watch 30 Minute Meals?

You’ll be seeing more of Rachael Ray’s yum-o recipes on the full 30 Minute Meals reboot. The program is coming back for one month, showcasing thirty brand-new recipes on the Food Network’s channel and Facebook page. The show starts on April 1st and runs for the entire month.

In the sneak preview, Rachael promises thirty new 30-minute meals. We’re ready to watch!

(Love the Food Network? See Rachael and our other favorite celebrity chefs before they were famous.)

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