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9 Dinners for Girls Who Don't like to Cook ...

By Jennifer

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?

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