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Hold the rolls: You may have to eat these steak and cheese-stuffed peppers with a fork and knife, but they still feel totally indulgent. Get the recipe for Philly cheesesteak stuffed peppers here.
Who needs noodles when you've got tender baked eggplant layered with ground beef, marinara sauce, and plenty of cheese. Get the recipe for eggplant lasagna here.
Toss coleslaw, your favorite veggies, and ground meat into a skillet and sauté for a few minutes with ginger, garlic, hoisin, and soy sauce. In under 20-minutes, you've got a dinner that's just as exciting as takeout. Get the recipe for egg roll in a bowl here.
Forget the tortillas and serve your fish tacos in salad form. Feel free to get creative and add your favorite Tex-Mex toppings. As for dressing, a simple drizzle of olive oil, lime, salt, and pepper goes a long way. Get the recipe for fish salad taco bowls here.
You're going to want to make some cauliflower rice to sop up all that creamy sauce. Get the recipe for parmesan basil shrimp here.
These steak roll-ups look totally fancy, but you can whip them up in no time. We love adding pesto or sun-dried tomato for a little more flavor. Get the recipe for parmesan and spinach stuffed flank steaks here.
Not only does making your fish in foil packets ensure that it's cooked to perfection, but it also eliminates virtually any mess. Get the recipe for teriyaki salmon in foil here.
For a meatless meal that's full of flavor, these Indian-inspired tofu skewers are a must-try. The tofu gets marinated in a mixture of greek yogurt, spices, and lime juice, then it's thrown on the grill. Get the recipe for tofu tikka skewers here.
Fall is just around the corner, and this creamy Italian sausage and vegetable soup is just what we crave on chilly nights. Get the recipe for Instant Pot Tuscan soup here.
You won't even miss the spaghetti when you try these tender zucchini noodles coated in pesto. Get the recipe for pesto shrimp zoodles here.
Turns out, this popular takeout food is so easy to make from scratch. You can play around with your fillings and substitute the shrimp for imitation crab or smoked salmon. Or you can keep them totally vegetarian. Get the recipe for shrimp spring rolls here.
While this popular takeout dish can be full of added sugars and questionable ingredients, the homemade version is nutritious and tasty. After all, it calls for just six simple ingredients. Get the recipe for Mongolian beef here.
If you're sick of basic grilled chicken breast, give this meal a try. It's cheesy, decadent, and it leaves you feeling satisfied. Get the recipe for spinach artichoke chicken here.
If you think you need a more filling meal just add your favorite protein like shrimp, tofu, chicken, or carnitas. Get the recipe for Mexican cauliflower rice here.
There's something so satisfying about biting into a crispy, fresh lettuce wrap. Make a big batch of the chicken filling and you can use it in stir-fries, cauliflower rice bowls, and more. Get the recipe for chicken lettuce wraps here.
Be warned: You're going to want seconds. Get the recipe for chicken zucchini bake with bacon here.
If you're not a fan of seafood you can always swap the salmon for grilled chicken or gyro meat. Dress this salad up even more with a hummus or tahini drizzle. Get the recipe for Greek salmon salad here.
These sheet pan fajitas are the perfect make ahead recipe. Make a big batch and put the leftovers away for easy on-the-go lunches. Get the recipe for keto chicken fajitas here.
Because it's breaded in almond flour, this chicken parm is low in net-carbs. Still, it manages to taste totally indulgent. Get the recipe for keto chicken parmesan here.
Zucchini noodles get a flavor upgrade with the help of soy sauce, chicken broth, and oyster sauce. You can customize your bowl and add whatever veggies and protein you like best. Get the recipe for chicken zoodle lo mein here.
These vegetarian "wings" are crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, and baked in the oven from start to finish. If you want to save time, a store bought blue cheese or ranch will do the trick. Get the recipe for baked buffalo cauliflower wings here.
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