5 Yummy Defined Dish Recipes

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Struggling to decide what's for dinner? I have been in such a rut, so to mix things up we tried 5 new recipes this week. All are from Defined Dish. You can find these recipes online, but I got them from The Defined Dish cookbook, which is free on Kindle Unlimited right now. 

There were so many recipes in the book that looked really good. I don't typically use cookbooks for meal planning. I use Plan to Eat which is a digital recipe keeper and planner. It's really easy to use Plan to Eat to import recipes from other sites, so I was very excited to be able to find these recipes online as well. (If you want to give Plant to Eat a try, you can use my link for a free 30 day trial. I really love being able to share recipes with friends!) 

Vietnamese Shredded Chicken Salad

This was so yummy and light. I think it would be an ideal summer night meal. We used limes straight from our tree which was so exciting! 


Turkey Lasagna

Holy moly. I am not a huge lasagna person, but this would make me one! It's delicious and would totally be an easy meal for company. The lemon zest in the ricotta was 10/10 a game changer. 



One Pot Hamburger Helper

I picked this recipe because I already had all of the ingredients on hand. It's simple and comforting. 


Hamburger Salad with JalapeƱo Dressing 

Blake and I agreed this recipe was missing something. I think next time I will add green bell pepper and some cheese. Defined Dish recipes are mostly Whole30 so it didn't call for cheese, but I think it would have added something! Still the dressing was great and I would gladly eat this again.


Santa Fe Chicken Bowls

I can't choose between this and the lasagna for my favorite of this bunch. This was delightful! Filling, healthy and flavorful! Just for simplicity, I might just make this a rice bowl or alternatively a salad instead of both - but it really was a solid dinner! 


The real star of the show are our new pasta bowls! These are giant bowls the size of plates. I love them and find myself reaching for them almost every night. They are great for rice bowls, salads, and pastas. Super inexpensive from Amazon too

Another Amazon food related purchase are these bowl covers. I don't really buy cling wrap, so these work awesome for leftovers or transporting food! 


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