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Date nights out at your favourite steakhouse or dimsum restaurant, for the most part, sounds really easy and convenient, but you can’t deny that snug, cosy and romantic nights in at home are ideal sometimes too. So, what’s stopping you? Is it because you can’t decide what to prepare? Don’t have the time? Perhaps you don’t quite know how to cook and are avoiding the discomfort of having to painfully watch your partner pretend to love each and every bite of your cooking?

If your answer to any of the previous questions was yes, after today, those will no longer be valid excuses. With what we’re about to share with you, you don’t need to be a MasterChef with several hours up your sleeve to be able to prepare a super scrumptious meal that you and your partner can enjoy in the comfort of your own home. We’ve also got a solution to get you out of the indecisiveness trap of not being able to choose what to cook (hint, hint, it’s a new app!). Good news though, because not only will you be able to save money cooking something healthy and delicious for you and your other half, but with these easy and mouth-watering recipes, we can also guarantee that your partner will be totally impressed by your outstanding cooking skills, too!

Here are 5 super easy and healthy recipes to impress your partner on date night:

1. Braised Pork Belly Japanese Cold Noodles

Prep time: 15 min | Cook time: 30 min 


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2. Grilled Chicken Breast with Steamed Broccoli Medley 

This meal is: diabetic friendly, low in carbs and low in fat 
Prep time: 30 min | Cook time: 30 min 


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3. Spaghetti with Smoked Salmon 

This meal is: suitable for pescatarians
Prep time: 10 min | Cook time: 25 min 


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4. Baked Salmon with Crusted Pistachio 

This meal is: diabetic friendly, suitable for pescatarians and low in carbs
Prep time: 15 min | Cook time: 15 min 


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5. Roasted Broccoli Brown Rice Salad with Almonds 

This meal is: diabetic friendly and suitable for pescatarians, vegetarians and vegans 
Prep time: 10 min | Cook time: 10 min 


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This article was done in collaboration with YoRipe. YoRipe is a new app with a collection of thousands of personalized Asian recipes presented to you depending on your health goals, diets, allergies and cooking skills. YoRipe also allows you to discover new recipes based on your mood and specific occasions. So, whether you're in the mood for something warm and soupy for a rainy day, or planning a hearty and wholesome meal for a family gathering, YoRipe makes the entire process, from picking the perfect dish to putting it together, as effortless as can be! 

Experiencing a lack of inspiration for your meals and meal preps? Click here to learn more about Yoripe and try out the beta version of the app!

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