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Forget the fried potatoes – these 5 new dinner recipes are taking the internet by storm
These dinners are the epitome of "simple and delicious"! 🥘🤤
Michael Dabu
11.23.20

Dinner is the last meal of the day and there’s nothing more important than ending the day right by eating some delicious food right on your plate.

They say that dinner doesn’t need to be that heavy because nighttime equates to lesser body activity, however, nobody has ever said that dinner doesn’t need to be delectable, right?

Thankfully, a YouTube channel called Webspoon World shared 5 flavorful recipes that will make every dinner extra special. With the combination of meat and some vegetables, it definitely meets all the nutrition you need for the rest of the day, even up until the next day.

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Actually, Webspoon World is just a new channel that features easy but yummy recipes. They have just started uploading their video tutorials 8 months ago but they already have a whopping 44.3K subscribers, which only speaks for how good their dishes are.

Here are just a few of the most delicious items on their dinner menu.

1. Rice with hearty balls

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If you are a meat lover then you should love meatballs. These bite-size pleasures are a good source of complete protein. It’s worth cleaning up your plate with all its spices and seasoning. Added to these munchy pieces of meat is rice brought to tender together with the meatballs themselves, making it even more flavorful.

2. The rusk (Nourishing dinner)

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The combination of rice and meat is as nutritious and delicious as the combination of bread and meat. Rice and bread are both good sources of carbohydrates. Not only that, but this sumptuous dish is also topped with a couple of eggs, and as shown in the video, they are served half-cooked so you can dip the bread into the egg yolks.

3. Mushroom glade (Dinner)

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This one is another easy-to-do dish featuring mushrooms, little do many people know, mushrooms are packed with vitamins and minerals. Topping it with grated cheese and letting it melt to perfection makes this dish downright mouthwatering.

4. Buckwheat with minced meat in a pan

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Buckwheat is not related to wheat, it belongs to a group of foods commonly called pseudocereals. You will definitely have the best of both worlds when you mix it with ground meat. Buckwheat is also a good source of fiber, carbohydrates, protein, and much more.

5. Chicken casserole with potato chips

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You can have the creamiest dinner with this one. The combination of chicken, champignon mushrooms, and milk will never disappoint you. Just bring them to boil until it becomes thick, top it with grated cheese and potato chips, and then bake it for half an hour. It’s packed with lots of vitamins and minerals to fuel you for the rest of the evening.

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Now aren’t those recipes quick and easy to make? It will not take much of your time and energy cooking any of these 5 recipes that are perfect for dinner.

These recipes are best for busy moms or anyone in charge of the kitchen. Cook any of these and you will still have plenty of time and energy reserved for other activities that you plan to do for the rest of the evening.

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There are a lot of quick and creative recipes online and it’s all thanks to these YouTube channels who don’t shy away from sharing their ideas with the rest of the world.

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Cooking and eating delicious food can be beneficial especially to those suffering from depression and anxiety because of the pandemic. It helps them divert their attention from the bad things happening in the world to a deliciously enticing activity.

To get the full tutorial for all of these recipes, watch the video below.

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By Michael Dabu
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Michael Dabu is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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