4 New Dinner Recipes You Should Try This Week — Eat This Not That – Eat This, Not That

We can all agree that we’re never not looking for new dinner recipe ideas. After all, how many times can you cook mac and cheese before getting bored? Luckily, we’re here to help. We got a peek at Thrive Market’s new cookbook, Healthy Living Made Easy, which features over 60 easy recipes that can all be made in under 30 minutes, and found some stellar recipes that will surely help you out of your cooking rut. With this shoppable cookbook (the first of its kind!), you can scan the QR code at the bottom of each recipe and you’ll be able to shop some of the essential ingredients you’ll need directly from Thrive Market’s website.
As an online, membership-based market, Thrive Market delivers healthy groceries at lower prices than what you’ll find at your local grocery store—plus, they probably have more options. Read on to learn more about what you should be cooking for dinner tonight, and for more on how to eat healthy, don’t miss 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now.
In this recipe, steaming the chicken with bone broth keeps it extraordinarily tender, while allowing the rice to soak up all the bold flavor that fresh ginger, garlic, and green chiles have to offer. Bonus: you use only one pot, so it’s an easy cleanup!
Get the recipe for One-Pot Chile-Ginger Chicken & Rice.
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Fig preserves and sriracha sauce may strike you as an unlikely combination, but they pair beautifully in this simple salmon recipe from holistic health expert Pamela Salzman. No fig preserves on hand? Salzman also recommends apricot jam for a fruity flavor.
Get the recipe for Herbed Sweet & Spicy Salmon.
These lightened-up chickpea patties get started on the stovetop and finished in the oven, giving them the crunchy outer layer usually achieved with deep-frying, with less excess oil. Eat them alongside a wonderful Greek salad of cucumbers, tomatoes, and onions with an herby yogurt sauce.
Get the recipe for Chickpea Falafel.
For a new spin on your classic beef burger, paleo expert and Primal Kitchen Founder Mark Sisson shares his favorite recipe for lamb burgers. These patties are livened up with a touch of mint and pair perfectly with a vibrant pistachio pesto.
Get the recipe for Lamb Burgers With Pistachio Pesto.
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