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Calling Them – 10-Minute Dinner Meals!

 White and Brown Cooked Dish on White Ceramic Bowls

By Chan Walrus


In this article, you will be getting 4 easy to cook recipes that you would not literally take more than 10 minutes to cook. These recipes are pretty healthy for you and have most of the nutritious value that your body requires in a day. Get ready for some hearty meals that are perfect for meatless Mondays.

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The recipes that you are going to learn to cook in this article are following:

  • Chickpea Curry

  • Cashew Chicken Stir-Fry

  • Cauliflower Tacos

  • Mix Veggies Bowl 


So, before anything else, let’s get straight to the first recipe of this article which is:


  1. Creamy Chickpea Curry 

Cooked Rice and Curry Food Served on White Plate

By Cats Coming


Chickpeas are good for health since they carry great nutritional value. They are popular for the calcium content that is in excess in them. So, if you are allergic to lactose tolerant foods then you can use this as an alternative to elevating calcium content into the body.

  • In a large non-stick skillet on medium to heat. Then add two tablespoons of olive oil with chopped red onion and crushed garlic. Also, add ginger for taste only if you like it otherwise you can also skip this ingredient as well. Soothe everything for about a minute before adding in your spices. 

 

  • The spice includes some curry, coriander, cumin, chili powder, and paprika.  Soother the spices so that the flavor is more dominant in the recipe. 


  • Then you have to add canned chickpeas, you can also add open and deeply boiled open chickpeas focusing on the dish. I also have some diced tomatoes from the cane as well as some coconut milk which is also a processed food meaning that it is from the can. 


  • Stir everything together, and let it simmer for all the flavors to come together with the chickpeas. At this point, you can also season it with some salt and pepper, to your liking.  


  • During the last minute of the recipe, I like to add in a hand full of fresh green veggies. They could be any veggies that you like.


  • To service, you must like it with come cooked and boiled white rice or brown rice the way you like them to be. You can still garnish it with green veggies and can be used to serve with cream on the top and coconut sauce. Again, it’s up to you which ingredient you like and are willing to try. 


  1. Cashew Chicken Stir-Fried

Cashew Chicken - Simple Healthy Kitchen

By Susan


  • For the sauce – take a small bowl and add some honey, tamari, chili paste, grated ginger, toasted sesame oil. Then mix all the sauces thoroughly and then in a separate small container, add arrow powder and whisk it all up so that it dissolves it before adding it into the large pot or before cooking any further. Set it aside for now.

  • For the fun part – in a large pan, set oil from medium to high heat, heat some pre-cooked chicken strips. Add pre-chopped vegetable mix that you can also find in a grocery store. Add a cup of water to boil everything up without burning anything. Go ahead and add in your sauce. Stir thoroughly. Add raw and salted cashews into the mix. 

  • Once it's cooked, you can enjoy the stir fry with rice or quinoa or even noodles are a nice combination to eat with. 


  1. Cauliflower Tacos

Cooked Food on Stainless Steel Tray

By Hana Bannigan


  • We are first going to start by steaming the chopped cut cauliflower.  

  • Then in a large container, take pre-chopped veggies for coleslaw. Add in some lime juice, mayonnaise, honey for a little touch of sweetness, and then give everything a good toss.  

  • In a large non-stick pan, take one-two tablespoons of oil and heat it up on medium to high flame. Add in your steamed cauliflower, some water, and your preferred spices. Add some chili powder, onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, ground cumin, black pepper, and salt.  Give it a good stir, until all spices are well combined and mixed. Cover the lid and let it steam and cook for all the flavors come together. 

  • Get some warm heated tortillas, add coleslaw, and then on top of it add cauliflower, add avocado cut in cube shapes. Garnish with fresh cilantro. 

This is how you get the cauliflower tacos ready, perfect for tacos Tuesday or meat-less Monday since cauliflower is a great meat substitute. 


  1. Rainbow Tempeh Buddha Bowl

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By Ella Olsson


last but now least, you have this great colorful recipe that is not just healthy but deliciouslysavvy.com at the same time.

  • Use the bamboo steamer to steam the broccoli. You can buy pre-chopped broccoli from the grocery store. On a second layer, add some frozen edamame, it steams up really quickly and is really delicious in taste. 

  • For the dressing – you need simple ingredients that are available at your home and you can easily cook. Add tahini, a pinch of lemon juice, some salt, black pepper, and you are done. Mix it thoroughly until it has this perfect consistency. 

  • Ina large non-stick pan, add 2 tablespoons of oil. On a medium to high heat, add some pre-sliced, marinated, tempeh strips here, which now is my new favorite thing. They cook up really quickly i.e., two minutes per side to be exact until you get a nice golden texture. Pre-marinated strips cook really nice and are really good when it comes to saving you time. 

  • Use the same procedure for chopped-up kale. Add in a little bit of water just to kind of soften it. Give it a stir and cook it for a couple of minutes. 

  • To the base of this Buddha bowl, we use some pre-cooked quinoas, add the broccoli, finely shredded red cabbage, sautéed kale, edamame tempeh and for garnish, I have some pickled ginger that works really well with this combination. Finally, drizzle on the tahini dressing that you made earlier at the start of this recipe. 


So that you have now learned to cook – it’s time to rate your favorite recipe among all four. Comment in the below section for you on which recipe you like the most.

Author’s Bio:


SAMREEN AYESHA

Samreen is a blogger and a digital creator with an amazing sense of storytelling that she’s put in her write-ups. She especially enjoys writing about food, fashion, and lifestyle. She initially started off writing as a hobby, which later turned into a professional career leading a team for five years. Find her on Instagram or LinkedIn as @samreenayeshazaman.



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