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7 mouth-watering dishes you can easily make for dinner

It’s such a headache to think of what to make for dinner every evening, isn’t it? Take it easy! We collected several dinner ideas that your family will definitely like. Bon appetit!
1. Turkey with lemon
2. Bean pasta with tomato sauce
3. Frittata with vegetables
4. Spicy potato wedges
5. Mustard chicken legs with potato and pumpkin
6. Healthy Asian-style salad with chicken and napa cabbage
7. Crispy fish nuggets

Turkey with lemon

INGREDIENTS 600g of turkey fillets 1 lemon 4 onions 2 tablespoons of olive oil 100ml of vegetable broth 1 tablespoon of honey Salt and pepper, according to taste
PREPARATION 1. Zest the lemon and squeeze the juice from it. Finely chop the onion.
2. Heat the olive oil in a frying pan. Fry the turkey with the onion and lemon zest, then add the broth, lemon juice, and honey. Mix everything well.
3. Bring it to a boil, and cover with a lid. Simmer the dish for 15 minutes. It’s better to serve the turkey with rice or stewed vegetables.

Nine great tips to make drinking water taste better

We all know how important it is to drink plenty of water and stay hydrated. But many of us just don’t find drinking regular water all that enjoyable.
The steps are easy to follow in all the ‘recipes’: just chop up the ingredients, slightly squeeze them to get the juice out, put them in some water and leave it in the fridge. You’ll need about 34 US fl. oz (one liter) of water, and the amount of ingredients can vary depending on your preferences.
1. Lemon and strawberry
Chop half a lemon into wedges, add a cup of chopped strawberries. Squeeze the juice out of the ingredients. Add a sprig of rosemary (optional) and pour in some water.
2. Orange, lime and lemon
Put all the ingredients, sliced up, into a jar. Squeeze the juice out, add some mint, then add the water.
3. Mint and pineapples
You’ll need only a cup of chopped pineapple for this one. Squash all the chunks, add a sprig of mint, and pour in the water.
4. Raspberry and lime
Cut one lime into wedges or rounds, add half a cup of raspberries,…


Yup.  this totally happened.  And you know what?  these were actually really easy to make.
These healthy Firecracker popcicles have no artificial colors, no added sugar and can be made vegan.  I used cows milk, but any type of milk can be used.   The only sweetener is fruit.
I am afraid that these aren’t exactly like the real thing.  You see, I have never seen a blue raspberry in my life.  So I used blueberries instead.
If you want to make homemade popcicles this summer, I highly suggest buying some silicone popcicle molds.  They are not expensive, and you can get really creative with them.   I use these.
When I made these popcicles, I made 1 layer at a time, and then froze that layer.  Each layer only took a few minutes to make.  So, all in all, these pops didn’t require much prep time.
If I were to make these again, I would add some lemon juice to the blueberry mixture.   Also, the red layer does not have to be strawberry.  It can be cherry or raspberry.
Healthy Firecracker Pops –Makes 8 …