Early Spring Mediterranean Diet Dinners: What to Cook (Feb 27)

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These early spring Mediterranean Diet dinners are healthy and deliciously simple. Filled with seasonal ingredients, they’re light and healthy meals that will put a spring in your step.

Skillet Haddock for Early Spring Mediterranean Diet Dinners

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The Mediterranean Diet

While I write a frequently about the Mediterranean Diet, and I’m sure you’ve read some of those posts, it never hurts to refresh our mind on foods well paired to this healthy and easy lifestyle. Here are some highlights of foods to stock your pantry and refrigerator with.

Foods to have on hand for the Mediterranean Diet

  • Olive oil
  • Fish (canned, frozen and fresh)
  • Beans and lentils
  • Fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables
  • Herbs
  • Whole grains like oats, quinoa, grains, whole-wheat pasta and brown rice
  • Nuts, seeds and nut butters
  • Eggs
  • Fermented dairy like kefir and yogurt

    Early Spring Mediterranean Diet Dinners Menu

    Monday’s dinner always says spring to me, and warm weather, and brighter longer days. It’s a recipe I love to make clear through the warm days of summer. A simple meatless, skillet frittata with healthy veggies is delicious served with seasonal greens. I’ll be adding whole grain bread for the guys in my house.

    Tuesday’s dinner takes a departure from traditional Mediterranean Diet meals but is wholly compatible. I’m looking forward to this delicious and healthy Mexican-inspired casserole.

    Wednesday’s dinner is always a favorite. With traditional Greek flavors we love, it’s an easy skillet chicken and pasta dish. Again, add all the seasonal greens you can!

    Thursday’s dinner will be such a treat! Serve with whole grain buns (or even eliminate them all together). And for sure, make the tzatziki sauce!

    Friday’s dinner is a delicious lemon flavored haddock recipe. If you can’t find haddock at your market, substitute your favorite white fish.

    Have a great week!

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    Earl Spring Mediterranean Diet Dinners: What to Cook (Feb 27)

    Early Spring Mediterranean Diet Dinners: What to Cook (Feb 27)

    Early spring Mediterranean Diet dinners are on the menu this week. Healthy, simple and filled with light flavors to put a spring in your step.

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