Top 5 Dinner Recipes for a Body Transformation Diet

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top 5 transformation dinners

Consistently eating well throughout the day can guarantee making good progress with your body transformation results, so getting your evening meal right is essential to staying on track.

There's no need to stress over dinner, but ensure you are prepared with delicious recipes so that you can stay satisfied and compliant with your diet. We’ve compiled our top 5 dinner recipes that are diet-friendly and can be made in minutes, with something to please all tastes.

Here are our top 5 recipes to keep your dinner times exciting and delicious....

1. Fish and Chips

Try this deliciously crunchy recipe for fish and chips, using cooked quinoa and parsley as a crumb and served with minted peas and baked sweet potato fries.

Macros:

Calories: 453 Carbs: 43g Fat: 12g Protein: 43g

Get the recipe HERE!

 

2. Thai Red Chicken Curry  

Featuring our recipe for a simple Thai curry paste, you could also make this quickly with a shop-bought variety. Either way, this tasty Thai curry is sure to become a high protein favourite on your meal plan.

Macros:

Calories: 414 Carbs: 12g Fat: 21g Protein: 44g

Get the recipe HERE.

 

3. Beef Meatballs and 'Courgetti'  

Our high protein and low carb take on this Italian classic, these meatballs are packed full of flavour and served with spiralised courgette.

Macros:

Calories: 320 Carbs: 12g Fat: 17g Protein: 41g

Get the recipe HERE.

 

4. Goats Cheese Omelette 

Don't be tempted to cheat when you're pushed for time - whip up this low-carb omelette instead.

Minimal time and ingredients are required to create this tangy goats cheese and punchy pesto omelette. Tuck into a big portion of greens along with 35g of protein.

Macros:

Calories: 456 Carbs: 7g Fat: 32g Protein: 35g

Get the recipe HERE.

 

5. Vegan Tofu and Mushroom Stir Fry 

This quick and easy stir-fry is vegan-friendly but would make a fantastic addition to any diet, being packed with different vegetables and full of flavours - give it a try for a high protein, meat-free dinner.

Macros:

Calories: 501 Carbs: 15g Fat: 32g Protein: 38g

Get the recipe HERE

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