Healthy Easy Dinner Recipes

After a hectic day at work, sometimes the last thing you don’t really want to do is to cook dinner. For some people, cooking is all about boiling water for instant ramen. And for others, the simple thought of going on a stove sends them straight to the phone to order take-aways. Regardless of which category you fall into, you are at the right place. Certainly, cooking your own meals can seem like a lot of work. But the truth is that it’s nowhere near as difficult as you imagine. On top of that, it’s often much cheaper than going out or ordering in.

To help you get started, a list of healthy and easy dinner recipes has been drawn up, which you will find in the below. Before that, to get you into the song, you can visit Kitty Bingo and look for the fruit slots. These food and fruits themed games have what it takes to inspire you and get you into the mood.

So, you can try one of these supercharged dinners tonight or on any lazy nights:

Chicken Breast, along with Shaved Brussels Sprouts

  • Brussels and Broccoli sprouts are overloaded with cancer-preventing phytonutrients.
  • This plate is very lean: 3.2 grams of saturated fat.
  • It also covers potassium, which helps keep your blood pressure low.

Calories: 309

Ingredients: Parmesan cheese, parsley, hazelnuts, celery stalks, Brussells sprouts, pepper, lemon juice, olive oil, broccoli stems, kosher salt, and skinless chicken breast halves

Burger with Radicchio and Mushrooms

  • The lean beef offers further protein and approximately 30 percent of your iron for the day.
  • You will feel pleased, thanks to that 7 grams of fiber and protein.
  • Shiitake and other mushrooms help reduce cholesterol and are rich in antioxidants.

Calories: 473

Ingredients: Small head radicchio, whole-wheat hamburger buns, ground sirloin, pepper, salt, mushrooms, and olive oil

Avocado Salad and Grapefruit with Seared Salmon

  • Monounsaturated fats from the avocado, as well as fatty acids from the walnuts and salmon keep this dish heart-healthy.
  • Grapefruit helps stabilises blood sugar and kick up fat-burning.
  • This salad gives you a good quantity of the B vitamin niacin, which helps maintain your eyes, hair, and skin healthy.

Calories: 360

Ingredients: Cooking spray, pepper, salt, olive oil, lemon juice, avocado, arugula, grapefruit, salmon fillets, and walnuts

Brown Rice Bowl with Turkey

  • Only 1 gram of sugar – very low!
  • This dish serves up about ¼ your daily necessity of vitamin B6, which is vital for a healthy immune system.
  • It’s very lean as well, with just 1.2 grams of saturated fat.

Calories: 486

Ingredients: Toasted sesame seeds, sesame oil, scallions, baby spinach, soy sauce, pepper, olive oil, bone-in turkey breast, chicken broth, salt, and brown rice

Spaghetti with Walnut-Parsley Pesto and Wilted Greens

  • This meal makes for outstanding post-workout fuel (a great mix of protein and whole grains).
  • Since it offers 1/3 of your daily iron needs, it helps keep you energised.
  • You get antioxidants from the walnuts, herbs, and veggies.

Calories: 439

Ingredients: Eggs, black pepper, salt, lemon zest, olive oil, garlic, walnuts, baby spinach, parsley, Swiss Chard, and whole-wheat spaghetti

These easy dinner recipes can positively help keep you healthy. In addition, it is not as difficult as anyone would think. Plus, it doesn’t take time as well to prepare. You simply need to arrange all your ingredients on the table, and get going! Bon Appetit!

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