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10 High-Protein Anti-Inflammatory Vegetarian  Dinners 

Quinoa Salad: Grill salmon fillets and serve with a side of quinoa salad made with cucumber, cherry tomatoes, red onion, and fresh herbs tossed in a lemon vinaigrette.

Vegetable Curry: Cook lentils with a variety of vegetables such as spinach, carrots, bell peppers, and cauliflower in a flavorful curry sauce made with turmeric, ginger, garlic.

Vegetable Stir-Fry: Stir-fry chickpeas with an assortment of colorful vegetables like broccoli, bell peppers, snap peas, and mushrooms in a tangy sauce made with soy sauce, ginger.

Tofu Buddha Bowl: Build a bowl with baked tofu cubes, quinoa, roasted sweet potatoes, steamed broccoli, avocado slices, and a drizzle of tahini dressing.

Greek Salad: Grill lean turkey or chicken breast and serve alongside a Greek salad made with cucumber, tomato, red onion, olives, and feta cheese.

Bell Peppers: Fill halved bell peppers with a mixture of cooked quinoa, black beans, diced tomatoes, corn, and spices. Top with cheese and bake until peppers.

Chickpea Salad: Toss cooked chickpeas with diced cucumber, cherry tomatoes, red onion, Kalamata olives, and crumbled feta cheese in a lemon-herb vinaigrette.

Avocado Salad: Top a bed of mixed greens with grilled or baked salmon, sliced avocado, cherry tomatoes, and toasted pumpkin seeds. Drizzle with a balsamic vinaigrette.

Chicken Vegetable Stir-Fry: Stir-fry lean turkey or chicken strips with an array of colorful vegetables like bell peppers, broccoli, carrots, and snow peas in a ginger-garlic sauce.

Quinoa: Make a hearty vegetarian chili using a mix of beans such as black beans, kidney beans, and chickpeas, along with diced tomatoes, onions, bell peppers.


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