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7 Easy Dinners You Should Make This Week

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The weekdays are upon us! Instead of being too tired at the end of the day to make dinner and going out every night, why not spend a few minutes making these totally doable dinners?

1. Thai Red Curry with Chicken and Mango

Make the most out of store-bought curry paste by using the tricks in this recipe. Plus, there’s a great hack to cut down the amount of fat in your coconut milk without sacrificing that gorgeously creamy texture.

2. The Best Steak Fajitas

Be the hero of Taco Tuesday with these super flavorful 30-minute steak fajitas.

3. Steak and Watermelon Salad

Watermelon prices are going down at the grocery store, so why not make the most of it by throwing a juicy melon into a deliciously salty salad? This recipe really doesn’t get much easier, especially if you have leftover steak from your fajitas.

4. BLT Fried Egg-and-Cheese Sandwich

It’s been a long day, and you’re exhausted. Why not have breakfast for dinner? It doesn’t get any easier.

5. Soy-Glazed Chicken Thighs with Asparagus and Scallions

This tasty roasted chicken recipe requires a little prep, but you can easily do it the night before. Bonus: the chicken will have more time to soak up the marinade, so it’ll really burst with flavor.

6. Stovetop Lasagna

We love lasagna as much as everyone else, but we’re not crazy about the tremendous amount of time and energy that it takes to make during the week. Make it on your stove in 30 minutes and enjoy the rest of your night.

7. Garlic Butter Baked Salmon in Foil

Throw some sauce on your salmon and wrap it in some foil. You can grill or roast it. It’s great with roasted asparagus, squash, or potatoes – if you want to keep things as easy as possible, throw some vegetables in the foil packet with your salmon.

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