If you’re running out of healthy meal ideas to keep your household satisfied, simply continue reading to discover 5 easy healthy dinners which are bound to be a hit with all of your family members and friends.
5 Easy Healthy Dinners to Add to Your Menu:
Grilled chicken and salad wrap
If you’re looking for a healthier alternative to eating carbohydrate-rich sandwiches or burgers, it’s well worth getting into the habit of preparing nutritious grilled chicken and salad wraps. Ingredients which you may want to consider placing in your grilled salad and chicken wrap include avocado, which is low in calories and packed full of healthy fats as well as tomatoes, lettuce, spinach, carrot, grilled mushrooms, and beetroot.
If you’re feeling a little adventurous, you may even be interested in adding chili peppers to your grilled chicken and salad wrap.
Salmon omelet served with side salad
As eggs are packed full of protein, you may want to consider learning how to prepare a mouth-watering salmon omelet. Possible ingredients for a delectable salmon omelet include diced onion or shallot, diced garlic, green peppers, and tomato. If cheese is one of your favorite foods, you may want to sprinkle half a handful of your favorite grated cheese onto the top of your folded omelet!
If you’re looking to dress up your side salad, simply sprinkle a few black olives onto the top of your salad and drizzle a small amount of balsamic vinegar on to your salad.
Stir-fried vegetables served on brown rice with a side of grilled tofu
If you’re a fan of Asian cuisine, forgo ordering out in favor of creating your own stir-fried vegetable dish, which you can serve on a small bed of freshly steamed brown rice.
Simply use a non-stick frying pan to grill cauliflowers, green peppers, broccoli, mushrooms and green beans, with a few splashes of soya sauce, a few pinches of chili powder and a few pinches of a Chinese spice mix. Also make sure to add some onion, garlic, and chillis to your vegetables. In a separate pan, grill diced tofu and season with salt and pepper, which you can serve as a side.
Pita pocket mini pizzas
If pizza is one of your all-time favorite foods, the good news is that you don’t have to give up on eating pizza in order to maintain a healthy diet. Instead bake or use a wood fire oven to create your own home-made mini pizzas, which use low-fat pita pockets instead of calorie-laden dough.
Simply cut each pita pocket in two and lightly coat the tops with olive oil. Then place your choice of lean meats and vegetables on top and cover the top of your base with a low-fat cheese.
Another meal idea which involves little preparation are healthy tacos, which contain yummy ingredients such as avocado, tomato, corn, kidney beans, grilled chicken, and fish. Simply customize your tacos to suit your personal preferences.
So if you’re sick of eating the same old dinners, it’s well worth experimenting with all 5 of the meal suggestions listed above.