3 easy and healthy family dinner ideas
By Brittany Anas
Goodbye endless, lazy summer days. Hello hectic fall routines.
Between work, shuttling the kids around between after-school activities and sports and then capping the night off by checking math homework and proofreading essays, you surely could use a few extra hours in the day, right?
We can’t rearrange the clock. But we can help with dinner.
Omaha Steaks has more than just T-bones, sirloins and filet mignon cuts. Did you know they’ve also got seafood, poultry, pork and side dishes? They also feature a “quick and easy” section where you can choose from meals that will be ready before the kids can kick off their cleats and wash the grass stains off their hands.
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Here are three healthy dinner ideas from Omaha Steaks.
- Baja Swordfish Tacos: Swordfish packs selenium — a mineral that boosts energy, helps with digestions and is good for healthy skin. The high-protein, low-carb fish is on sale at Omaha Steaks: You get four, six-ounce swordfish steaks for $30. Use the $5 Southwest chipotle seasoning to season the fish. Save calories by using corn tortillas rather than flour and fill the tacos with high-fiber black beans and lots of nutritious veggies, like cabbage and onions. Squeeze lime on top and garnish with cilantro. Get the full recipe here.
- Grilled chicken breasts with mango salsa: A sweet and spicy homemade salsa is super easy to prepare and will make this chicken dish feel like it’s from a fancy restaurant. Get a pound of Omaha Steaks boneless chicken breasts on sale for $10. You can season the chicken with a steak seasoning before broiling it. For your mango salsa, you’ll use mango, a white onion, jalapenos, lime juice, cilantro and a red bell pepper. Get the full recipe here.
- Beef kabobs with Parmesean Orzo: Get your veggie and steak fix with these colorful and flavorful kabobs. Find hearty top sirloins from Omaha Steaks. For the skewers, you’ll dice up the steak and cut up bell peppers into 1-inch pieces. You’ll boost the flavor with fresh basil, garlic and Italian dressing. Get the full recipe here.
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