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Dinner doesn’t have to be a hassle!
At the end of a long day, it’s not uncommon that you’re just too tired to make a complex (read: healthy) meal.
Sometimes, it’s just easier to throw something pre-made into the oven or microwave rather than spend time working over a hot stove.
Sadly, that’s when you end up eating unhealthy food, and your body suffers as a result.
Not with these quick and clean dinner ideas!
We’ve got a lot of suggestions on how you can make dinners that are as “clean” and healthy as they are easy to make. With just a few minutes of work, you’ll have everything you need for the ideal dinner to close out a day of healthy eating.
Chop yourself a salad: lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, some fresh herbs (like cilantro or basil), and a bit of yellow corn for sweetness. Mix in some nuts and seeds, garnish with the sprouts of your choice, and toss in a vinegar-based dressing. Almost ready to go!
All you’ve got to do now is fry up the protein of your choice. Pork chops, steak, and chicken breast are all easy and delicious options that will go perfectly with this salad. Once they’re cooked, slice them thinly and enjoy them with each bite of salad.
Don’t bother with the complex cooking—just throw everything into the oven! Bake yourself some chicken thighs, drumsticks, or breasts, along with cubed potatoes, carrots, onions, and zucchini. Simply cut everything up, toss it in the spices and herbs of your choice, and set it in the oven to cook. You can enjoy relaxing or finishing up your evening chores, and by the time you’re done, it’ll be ready to eat!
Make taco night exponentially healthier by swapping out the taco shells or soft tortillas for Romaine lettuce leaves. Not only will it be significantly lower in calories (each corn tortilla is 50 calories, while each flour tortilla is 100 calories or more), but you’ll get way more fiber from the lettuce. Fry up your ground beef, chicken breast, or minced pork, add freshly chopped tomato, onion, and jalapeno, drizzle on a bit of sour cream, and serve with your favorite salsa. This is an incredibly easy meal that will be equally delicious.
If you’ve had a hard time getting in veggies throughout the rest of your day, now’s the chance! Chop up onions, garlic, celery, carrots, potatoes, zucchini, and cabbage, and put them all into a pot with veggie stock. Let the mixture boil for 20 minutes or so, season to your preferences, and get ready to chow down. You’ll find that a couple of bowls of veggie soup will be the perfect way to shut down your appetite at night, not to mention an amazing source of fiber. For added flavor, squeeze some limes into the soup to enjoy it Mexican-style.
Don’t waste time battering and frying your fish—all that oil is terrible for your health, anyway. Instead, slice the fish of your choice (tilapia is always a good option) into long, thin strips, season liberally (with salt, pepper, garlic powder, cumin, and chili pepper), and fry or bake in the oven. Dice up some purple and green cabbage as the topping, along with sour cream, lemon, and your favorite spicy salsa. This is a meal you’ll want to eat over and over again!
If you’re looking for a quick and easy meal for the evening, quesadillas are an amazing choice. All you’ll need is soft tortillas (corn or flour work), some cheese, and some veggies. Saute mushrooms, onions, and zucchini in a pan until nicely cooked, then drain out most of the juices. Place one tortilla in the pan, sprinkle cheese liberally, add in the veggies, then cover with another tortilla. Flip repeatedly until the cheese is melted to gooey goodness and the tortillas are either very soft or just slightly crispy.
Zucchini Pesto Pasta
Saute up some finely chopped zucchini with butter, garlic, and your favorite spices (salt, pepper, and a bit of basil work nicely). Set the veggies aside as you cook up some brown rice noodles—you won’t need more than 100 grams of noodles per person. Once the noodles are cooked, add them into a frying pan on medium-low heat. Add in the zucchini, pour in some of your favorite basil pesto, and cook until everything begins to bubble. Serve with a bit of grated parmesan on top for maximum flavor!
Pork Stir Fry
Dice up some garlic, onions, ginger, chili peppers, cabbage, carrots, and zucchini, and stir-fry in a pan. Once the veggies are nearly cooked, throw in cubed pork loin, and cook thoroughly. Add in a bit of soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and a splash of ponzu or hoisin sauce. If you’re really hungry, stir in half a cup of brown rice or quinoa, and cook until everything is mixed and absolutely delicious!
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