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10 Easy Anti-Inflammatory Vegetarian Dinners to Help Manage Blood Sugar

Bell Peppers: Fill bell peppers with cooked quinoa, black beans, diced tomatoes, onions, and spices like cumin and chili powder, then bake until tender for a fiber-rich and protein-packed meal.

Spinach Curry: Simmer chickpeas with spinach, tomatoes, onions, garlic, ginger, and curry spices like turmeric, cumin, and coriander, served over brown rice or cauliflower rice.

Vegetables: Stir-fry tofu with a variety of colorful vegetables like bell peppers, broccoli, snap peas, carrots, and mushrooms, seasoned with ginger, garlic, and a low-sodium.

Vegetable Soup: Make a comforting soup with lentils, mixed vegetables (such as carrots, celery, onions, and spinach), diced tomatoes, vegetable broth, and herbs.

Spinach Quinoa Pilaf: Sauté mushrooms and spinach with garlic and onions, then stir in cooked quinoa and season with herbs like parsley and thyme.

Zucchini Noodles with Marinara Sauce: Spiralize zucchini into noodles and toss with homemade marinara sauce made from tomatoes, garlic, onions.

Chickpea Tagine: Cook eggplant and chickpeas with onions, tomatoes, garlic, and Moroccan spices like cinnamon, cumin, and paprika, served over couscous or quinoa for a satisfying and aromatic meal.

Mushrooms: Fill portobello mushroom caps with a mixture of quinoa, roasted vegetables, feta cheese (or vegan cheese), and herbs like basil and oregano.

Black Bean Tacos: Fill whole grain tortillas with roasted sweet potatoes, black beans, avocado slices, shredded lettuce, and salsa, then top with a dollop of Greek yogurt.

Tofu: Sauté cauliflower rice with tofu, broccoli, bell peppers, snap peas, carrots, and green onions, seasoned with ginger, garlic, and a low-sodium soy sauce for a low-carb and veggie-packed dinner option.


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