6  Easy Anti-Inflammatory Dinners for the Mediterranen Diet

Chicken Tinga Baked Pasta 

This spicy baked pasta features leftover chicken tinga, a dish hailing from Puebla, Mexico. The rich tomato-chipotle sauce adds heat and creaminess to the dish. 

Creamy Spinach-Artichoke Salmon 

A pan cooks the vegetables and sauce in minutes while the salmon broils for this fast four-person supper. Salmon is rich in B vitamins, potassium, and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.

Sesame-Crusted Tofu with Radish-Apple Slaw 

We top tofu pieces with sesame seeds for a crunchy exterior and serve them with a zesty salad. We like black and white sesame seeds together, but one variety will work too.

Our Chicken Piccata Casserole Is Packed with 31 Grams of Protein 

 This protein-packed chicken piccata casserole combines classic chicken piccata tastes. This piccata is the easiest to make—no dredging or sauce.

Cucumber Chickpea Salad with Feta & Lemon 

Tangy and delicious cucumber chickpea salad with feta and lemon. It can be eaten alone or with greens for a simple lunch or dinner. Oregano, parsley, or chives can replace dill, which we enjoy for its grassy flavor.

Green Goddess Ricotta Pasta 

We combine lemon, anchovies, and herbs from green goddess dressing to make a vivid pasta sauce. You can use any herbs you have on hand, but we enjoy basil, chives, parsley, and tarragon.

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