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Dinner for Two? Here Are 10 Healthy and Protein-Rich Recipes

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  • Stuffed peppers – Bell peppers are already rich in vitamin C, so having them as the main ingredient in your meal will strengthen your immune system. But these ones are stuffed with black beans(which are full of protein and fiber), quinoa(another high-fiber source and also full of iron), and lean turkey. They also have anti-inflammatory spices, cumin and cayenne pepper, which only add extra health benefits.
  • White fish with lemon sherry sauce – If you want protein, you eat fish that’s the rule! This recipe will only take you 30 minutes to follow. You cook the white fish with butter, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, and sherry. The combination will transform into a light sauce that complements the fish perfectly, without overpowering it.
  • Risotto with mushrooms – If you want to cook to your significant other a dinner that is both creamy and tasty, that’s it. That’s the recipe. You have to cook the rice in vegetable broth and dairy-free cheese, which will give it a stick-to-your-bones texture. Then add cashews, mushrooms, and onions to enhance the flavor.
  • Vegan fish tacos – Wait, we remembered another great fish recipe. It will only take you 20 minutes, and it will be the perfect weeknight healthy dinner you two will never forget. You have to pair those vegan fish fillets with a whole bunch of fiber-rich veggies. Then, mix it with vegan mayo and adobo sauce on top, and you’ll have a new favorite dinner dish.
  • Cashew Thai quinoa salad with peanut ginger sauce – This recipe needs quinoa, kale, red cabbage, bell peppers, and peanut ginger. And that’s pretty much it because we already know you’ll add some love as well.

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