If you love to cook, well, I envy you. I don't like it, at all... but I do love eating, so I've had to learn. I've found a few fab dinner recipes I adore, so if you loathe cooking too, have a look, and maybe your time spent in the kitchen won't be miserable... maybe you'll even love it!
1. Shrimp & Asparagus Stir-Fry
I love this dinner recipe because it's so incredibly tasty, and because it's easy to make... and also because it comes in under 300 calories. Triple win!
2. Slow-Cooker Beef and Broccoli
There's something magical about slow-cooker dinners. You put some ingredients in, and in a few hours, a meal is ready. This dinner's delicious, too... I've made it with chicken and it's also really tasty.
3. Cheesy Pesto-Stuffed Salmon
I usually just wrap salmon in foil and throw it on the grill, but this dinner recipe has me going more gourmet. I mean, there's cheese in it. What more do you need to know?
4. One-Pot Lemon Garlic Shrimp Pasta
Part of the reason I hate cooking is because I hate having to clean up all the pots and pans after. This delicious dinner uses only one pot, which means there's very little to tidy up. Hooray!
5. One-Pot Chicken Fajita Pasta
This is another one-pot dinner, and it's perfect for summer! I love the spicy flavor and that it's pretty healthful, and that even my picky eater (looking at you, honey) loves it.
6. One-Pan Sriracha Chicken and Veggies
Are you seeing a one-pot trend here? I love this recipe, again, because clean-up is so simple, but also because this dinner is so yummy. It's a little spicy, so look out!
7. Sweet & Sour Chicken
Why pay for take-out when you can make your favorite Asian-themed meal at home for so much less? It's not even tricky to make. Trust me, if I can do it, you can too.
8. Spaghetti 4 Ways
Boil the noodles, add a jar of sauce. Simple, right? Yes, but these four spaghetti recipes are almost as easy, and they taste so much better!
9. Slow Cooker Balsamic Chicken
This light dinner is delicious, and it's no hassle at all. Hidden bonus: the left-overs re-heat marvelously well for lunch the next day.
Which of these dinner recipes will you try first? Or is there another quick, easy meal I should make?