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Meal Plan Saturday 27th August 2016

It has been very hot here in the south East over the last week, meaning that non of us have really wanted to eat. 

The chicken satay its safe to say we will not be having again. I like it when someone else makes it but not made by me.

The potato Muffins were good to try but very dull. We will have again but they need extra cheese, ham and flavourings. I will try these again with some major changes.

As its bank holiday weekend I want to have a little rest from cooking so some easy meals have gone into the plan.

Saturday - Curry this is a ready meal but as we are still watching the food we eat this will be a healthy eating version. Boys will have nuggets, chips and peas.

Sunday - Another ready meal, tesco had a lovely lamb dish with crushed new potatoes and loads of green veg. The boys will have roasted gammon with roasted potatoes and veg

Monday - Mr MC&W and I will be trying venison burgers with a few cheeky chips. The boys will have pasta with tomato sauce.

Tuesday - our favourite madhouse carbonara

Wednesday - hassle back potatoes with a tomato sauce and veggies. I have never made these but they look interesting.

Thursday - fish finger sandwiches again these are new to our family but worth a try.

Friday - another new idea risotto balls. 
Quite Frankly She Said Sunday Best
A Cornish Mum

A Cornish Mum

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  1. I don't think you can ever go wrong with fish finger sandwiches :) #SundayBest

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    1. How we have never had them I do not know!!! Xxx

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  2. Sounds great! I love a carbonara x #sundaybest

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    1. Me too and not to much egg either hate it when it scrambles xx

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  3. Hassle back potatoes are one of my favourites, hope you like them xx #PicknMix

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    1. I liked them the boys were not fans, but could well have been my cooking of them. The idea of new potatoes done like that really appeals too xx

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  4. These all sound great, I love the sound of risotto balls. Also, I love a fishfinger sandwich! #picknmix

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    1. The risotto balls were really great and the boys loved them with a big plate of salad. I cheated and served them with tomato ketchup not sure I should admit to that though hee hee hee xx

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  5. Sounds lovely! I always meal plan a week in advance too so I know what we need and can budget too. I have Friday evening 'off' cooking so we normally have a takeaway bag from Tesco or something! You cant beat a good curry and hassle back potatoes sound interesting! :)

    #PicnMix

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    1. You have to have a night off or a treat or it can become so boring. We love charlie Bingham meals with a bottle of wine in this house. xx

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  6. The risotto balls sound really good, I've never tried that.thanks for linking up to #SundayBest x

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