Meal Plan Monday

Meal Planning has become a permanent fixture in our families weekly routine.  Unfortunatley trying to think of five to seven meals at once means that we have become a little boring.  So it’s time to change things up a bit! This week we have two new recipes to try!  

Monday –  Tacos.

For the kids we break the tacos up so they are like corn chips! Much easier for them to scoop everything onto! Take this every day recipe and try something new like pork mince, fish, or vegetarian tacos!

Tuesday – Proscuitto and Sage Chicken

A regular on our meal plans this is a simple recipe of chicken breast or thigh wrapped around sage leaves and topped off with proscuitto.  Use a skewer whilst cooking and remove to serve.

Wednesday – Oven Baked Risotto Balls

These are much better fried but we don’t have a deep fryer!  Fill with anything of your choice for us it’s a vegetarian cheese version!

Thursday – Baby Crab Cakes

A new recipe! After I found some tinned crab! Ok so you can stop cringing now!  It is worth a try!  Fingers crossed by making these cute “baby” size cakes, the kids will eat them too!  

Friday – Spanish Rice Stuffed Squid

This “Fish Friday” recipe is straight out of the March Issue of the Woolworths Fresh Magazine!  Might need a back up for the kids but I am looking forward to trying something new!

Are you a creature of habit when it comes down to What’s for Dinner? 

For many more inspirational meal ideas check out who else is linking up with…

 
The Organised Housewife

~ All images taken from our favourite Recipe site, taste.com ~

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2 Responses to Meal Plan Monday

  1. Norlin says:

    Yumm….love reading everyone else’s meal plans. Gives ME an idea what to cook when I run out of ideas. Yes, I am a creature of habit. Always cooking similar things, especially when it’s at the last minute.

  2. Tanya says:

    I am a bit of a creature of habit, but mostly because I know what will get eaten, and what wont lol.
    I do try to vary it a bit over the course of a month, and I will try to introduce something new each month too to add a bit of variety.
    I do have some old faithfuls that tend to pop up each fortnight though, such as variations on sausages, or rissoles etc.

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