Here's What You Should Make For Dinner Tonight

Figuring out what you're going to eat for dinner is one of those mundane parts of adulthood no one warns you about. Sure, you're free to eat ice cream any time (and sometimes you do!), but being in charge of your own meals every day can get exhausting.

Which is why we're appealing to a higher power — meet the fortune-teller that will divine your culinary destiny. As kids, we depended on fortune-tellers (or "cootie catchers") to tell us everything we needed to know (for a more detailed prediction, you'd have to play MASH). Of course, our parents were responsible for dinner back then, so we never thought to ask the origami game what we should eat.

But this specially designed fortune-teller knows exactly what you should make for dinner — all you have to do is ask. Simply save and print the image below and fold it up (check out this tutorial if you need a refresher, just be sure to fold with the printed side facing down to start). You'll never wonder what to eat again.

Click through to see the recipes the fortune-teller reveals — or you could always take fate into your own hands and pick for yourself.
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Illustrated by Elliot Salazar.
Here's What You Should Make For Dinner Tonight
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Our Go-To Frittata Recipe
You can use nearly any ingredients to make a frittata, it cooks up quickly, and is great for leftovers — the ideal easy dinner.
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Skillet Lasagna
Making lasagna on the stovetop cuts cooking time in half, meaning you can enjoy that ooey-gooey goodness in about 30 minutes.
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8-Minute Salmon & Lazy Man’s Risotto
This recipe serves one, but can easily be doubled if you want leftovers for work the next day.
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Quinoa Burrito Bowl With Chipotle Lime Sauce
You'll be saying "Chipotle who?" after you try this lively bowl.
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Roasted Acorn Squash Tacos
Squash tacos are inventive and inexpensive.
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Mediterranean Chicken
This chicken recipe is one of our favorite sheet-pan meals, which is code for "fewer dirty dishes."
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Pad Thai With Shrimp & Broccoli
Give your Seamless account a rest and try the DIY version of our favorite Thai dish.
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Illustrated by Elliot Salazar.
Piera's Tuna White Bean Salad
Canned tuna gets a major upgrade in this filling salad.
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