These colorful Mediterranean-inspired dinners will help carry you through this week with a little less stress and a whole lot of delicious flavors. This meal plan includes a balance of lean protein, farro, crisp vegetables, and supercharged legumes, nuts, and seeds.
You may need to adjust the recipes to account for more or fewer servings, depending on how many people you are cooking for. If you end up making more than you need, use the leftovers for lunch the next day.
Chicken kibbeh is a classic, wonderful Lebanese dish with spiced chicken and bulgar wheat mixture stuffed with fragrant apricots and nuts.
NOTE: Save the extra bulgur wheat for the Tabbouleh.
Parsley. It's always used as a supporting ingredient, it's never the star. That is, unless you're talking about Tabbouleh. It's full of flavor and healthy!
A light, fresh and healthy Grilled Salmon Greek Salad for Tuesday's dinner. Crisp vegetables are tossed in a tangy lemon basil dressing and topped with flaky salmon.
These vegetarian Portobello Mushroom Gyros are seasoned with a flavorful blend of Mediterranean spices and grilled to meaty perfection, then drizzled with a feta tzatziki sauce and wrapped in pillowy pita (oh, and all in under 15 minutes).
Lightly toast the couscous in olive oil to give a distinctive nutty flavor. The simplicity of this recipe allows the fresh flavors of the couscous to shine through.
This chicken souvlaki kabobs are a taste of the Mediterranean right in your own kitchen. You can grill or broil these Greek chicken skewers for a simple yet healthy meal.
This Mediterranean Farro Salad recipe uses artichoke hearts, sun dried tomatoes, and kalamata olives in a homemade champagne vinaigrette. Easy to make and ready to eat in 30 minutes!
A super versatile, traditional Greek spanakopita triangle. These Spanakopita Triangles are jam-packed with feta and spinach, wrapped up in buttery, flaky phyllo crust.