Rachael Ray’s “30 Minute Meals” is coming back!
The series, which was rebooted last year following an initial 11 year run from 2001-2012, will no longer be available on network television.
Instead, viewers interested in quick and easy dishes from the TV personality and celebrity cook can watch them on the Food Network Kitchen app.
A total of 20 new episodes, which were self-shot at Ray’s upstate New York home, will launch this fall.
In the videos, the author provides viewers step-by-step cooking instructions for delicious meals from start to finish.
"From family-friendly sloppy joes to party-ready pizza, Rachael's crowd-pleasing collection of anytime dishes will be a hit at your house," the show's synopsis reads.
Previous entrees include zucchini pepperoni pan pizza, shawarma burgers, and Mexican lasagna suiza.
“Rachael Ray is a true culinary icon who continuously promotes self-empowerment and a can-do attitude to get viewers involved in the kitchen to cook along with their families,” said Courtney White, President, Food Network, per Deadline. “We could not be more excited to bring audiences new "30 Minute Meals," as even a pandemic cannot slow Rachael down with creative recipes from these special at-home episodes.”
Ray, who also hosts "The Rachael Ray Show," couldn’t be more thrilled to offer viewers more episodes.
“After just about 20 years, I’m finding the work of writing and sharing my meals more gratifying and fulfilling than ever. The meals I’m making and the time I’m sharing with my husband and audience from our home has brought me closer to not only my connections in life but to myself. The shows and food I’m producing right now are the truest expression I’ve ever shared. I’m insanely grateful and fortunate for the opportunities and challenges "30 Minute Meals" continues to present me with,” she said in a statement.
Season 29 of the series wrapped up in January 2020.