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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
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Crispy fish nuggets

INGREDIENTS 2 eggs 2 cups of breadcrumbs 1/4 cup of wheat flour Seed oil 450g of cod or flatfish Salt and pepper, according to taste
PREPARATION 1. Crack the eggs into a bowl and whisk them well. Put the breadcrumbs and flour in 2 different bowls.
2. Season the fish with salt and pepper, then cut it into long pieces. Drop each piece into the flour first, then into the egg and coat it in the breadcrumbs.
3. Fry each side of the nuggets for 3 minutes.
4. Put the fried nuggets on paper towels to get rid of the extra oil.
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10 shamelessly appetizing cheese dishes

Fish with a cheese crust

INGREDIENTS 1kg of fish fillets 4 eggs 200g of cheese 1 lemon 150g of flour Parsley A pinch of fish spices
PREPARATION 1. Sprinkle the fish with the juice from a lemon and the spices. Put it in the fridge for 20 to 40 minutes.
2. Whisk the eggs and add the finely grated cheese.
3. Coat the fillets in the flour and then the cheese batter
4. Fry each side of the fish with butter for 5 to 7 minutes.
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A quick-and-easy recipe for trout in a cream sauce

When you crave something delicious but have no time to cook, try making this delicate and flavorful dish. Trout takes no more than 30 minutes to cook, and it’s such an easy dish that even a beginner can master it.
INGREDIENTS per 1 serving: 200 g of trout fillets 100 ml of half cream 50 g of medium-hard cheese A pinch of spices Salt, according to taste
PREPARATION 1. Peel the skin off the trout. Cut the fillets into small cubes. Sprinkle them with the spices and salt.
2. Grate the cheese and combine it with the cream.
3. Lay the pieces of the trout on a baking tray and pour on the sauce.
4. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes at 200-220° C.
Bon appetite!
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Five healthy dinners to help keep you looking your best

Dinner is a very important meal, and you shouldn’t skip it, even if you are on a diet. A perfect dinner that is good for your health is both light and nourishing.
1. Fish with asparagus beans
INGREDIENTS 150 g of fish Spices, according to taste 1 lemon 200 g of asparagus beans 1/2 teaspoon of salt 20 g of butter 1 teaspoon of lemon juice 2 tablespoons of parsley
PREPARATION
1. Wash the fish. Place it in a pan of boiling salt water and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes. You can also add lemon and some sprigs of spice.
2. Wash the asparagus beans and put them in a pan of water. Add some salt and bring the beans to a boil. Do not cover the pan.
3. Simmer the beans until they get soft, then drain them into a colander. To let the beans retain their green color, place them in cold water for a couple of minutes.
4. Drain the water and heat up the asparagus beans to allow the water to evaporate. Before serving, add the butter, salt, pepper, parsley and lemon juice.
5. Serve together with the fish.
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The Nasty Bits: Octopus

The Nasty Bits: Octopus:



[Photographs: Chichi Wang]


One of the items on my eating bucket list is the live octopus at Korean restaurants that is cut into pieces and served as-is, with a spicy chili sauce that barely distracts from the fact that the octopus is still wriggling and moving as you swallow. Or so I am told by friends who have eaten the dish. The more lurid tales of the dish involve the way in which the tentacles stick to the gullet on the way down.


In the meantime, I content myself with cooked octopus. The amount of time you want to be cooking small octopuses (the plural being either octopuses or

Fast Fix: Five Ideas for Roasted Fish in Fewer Than 30 Minutes

Fast Fix: Five Ideas for Roasted Fish in Fewer Than 30 Minutes: Is one of your resolutions for 2012 to eat more fish? If you're straining to figure out a way to fit it into your daily routine, try these five foul-proof quick fixes. Each recipe takes fewer than 30 minutes to bake, allowing you a few minutes to make rice or sautéed greens before pulling the fish