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It happens every week: You want to eat out less and pack your lunch every day. If you follow through, you could be $50 richer. Here, ten recipes that cost next to nothing but don’t sacrifice flavor or fun. They’re also a breeze to make, so win-win.

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Greek Lemon Chicken Skewers with Tzatziki Sauce ($2.90 a Serving)

Can’t swing a trip to Santorini this summer? This recipe will save you a plane ticket and then some.

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Mini Spanish Tortilla with Zucchini ($2.70 a Serving)

Delicious hot or cold—just slice it into big wedges and you’re ready to eat. Hot sauce: optional.

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Lime Chicken with Corn and Poblano Salad ($2.50 a Serving)

Feasting like a queen for a just a couple bucks? Yes, please.

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Zoodle Stir-Fry ($2.50 a Serving)

Here, the holy grail of lunches: inexpensive and ready in just 30 minutes.

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Cauliflower Steaks with Lemon-Herb Sauce ($2.50 a Serving)

This make-ahead meal is satisfying but won’t weigh you down.

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Cacio E Pepe Pasta ($1.50 a Serving)

Six ingredients, 20 minutes from start to finish…for practically zero dollars.

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Kale Salad with Crispy Chickpeas ($2.40 a Serving)

Sometimes we’re in the mood for a simple salad that’s packed with protein but still feels light. And on those days, this salad is perfection.

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Pasta Alla Norma ($2.50 a Serving)

Spice up this hearty eggplant dish with canned crushed tomatoes, red pepper flakes and dried oregano.

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Green Shakshuka ($2.50 a Serving)

Looks fancy, but deceptively easy to make.

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Cold Sesame Cucumber Noodles ($2.10 a Serving)

Shh—this recipe starts with store-bought marinated tofu, so you don’t have to do any cooking.

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