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Meal Plan Monday 2nd February 2015

Some very easy meals yes I am talking straight from the freezer to the oven and some new ones to try out.

Monday - Sausages, Potatoes, red onions all roasted with a lovely honey and Wholegrain mustard dressing served with spinach. The boys will be having hidden veg tomato sauce with pasta

Tuesday - Thai Chickpea and Mushroom Curry from Women's Weekly The Complete Book of Slow Cooking One Pot and Soups. The boys will be having Chicken Nuggets, Mash and Broccoli

Wednesday - Caribbean Style Chicken from Women's Weekly The Complete Book of Slow Cooking One Pot and Soups. I will be doing this with quorn. The boys will be having Carbonara with peas

Thursday - Jackets with Tuna Mayo for Mr MCW and they boys and I will be having Beans and Cheese

Friday - We are trying out Birdseye Piri-Piri chicken I will serve this with rice and large salad. The boys will have Fish Fingers, Chips and Peas

Saturday - I forgot last week Mr MCW was going out so we are going to have our homemade burgers, topped with blue cheese. The boys will have a Spag Bol.

Sunday - Roast Duck Breast with all the trimmings

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  1. We make a dish called "Caribbean Chicken" too. I wonder if it is like yours. Ours has banana and pineapple in it, as well as chicken in a mild curry sauce. Sound familiar? It sounds as if you don't eat fish (Thursday). Me neither. Can't eat fish or seafood.

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    1. Oh ours is with lots of different spices and herbs. Banana ans pineapple my other half would love that

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