In this week’s meal plan I’m excited to be sharing with you a recipe very dear to my heart, our family’s very own Paolozzi Meat Sauce. And a great breakfast idea this week, from Jamie Oliver’s Every Day Super Foods Recipe book, which will, hopefully, have you leaping out of bed to get to the brekfast table!
Did you make anything from last week’s meal plan? If so, would love to know how you got on and whether you liked the recipes, both the linked recipes and my own.
Monday: For Meat Free Monday Aubergine Parmigiana. Don’t worry if the kids don’t like a meal one night, they won’t die of starvation, just make sure you offer them something you know they’ll love the following evening.
Tuesday: Chicken wrapped in Pancetta – I normally work from home, but today I’m going to be in town ALL day, from 8am-8pm so planning this recipe, as it’s so easy and can be prepare the night before in 5 minutes and be all ready to pop into the oven as soon as you get home. Best of all, no one will complain that you didn’t slave for hours over the stove, because it’s so tasty and the kids love mopping up the juices with lots of crusty bread.
Wednesday: Pulled Pork Sliders with Asian Salad. Bistro style dining straight from your home, so simple, and so tasty. If you have a slow cooker you just put the meat on in the morning go out for the day come back and shred. Amazingly simple, can’t believe I’ve never thought about making this before. Another recent amazing discovery is this fabulous Asian Salad (I had it twice in one week). It’s a bit tedious on the chopping, but totally hits the spot if you’re not so keen on leafy salads. The Asian salad consists of a rainbow of crunchy greens with a sesame seed oil based dressing.
Thursday: Chicken & Chorizo Rice Pot – If it’s got Chorizo in it you know it’s gotta be good!
Friday: Salmon Fish Cakes – I normally make fish cakes when i’ve leftovers of mashed potato, but if you don’t then they are still totally worth making and a great way to get those Omega-3 essential fatty acids.
Jamie Oliver’s Earl Grey Banana bread toasted for breakfast and topped with your favourite nut butter, yoghurt and fruits, or put in school lunch boxes for as healthy snack. Super filling and nutritious. Cake for breakfast without the guilt!
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