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Meal Plan Friday 21st September 2018

We are not doing well on using bits up at the moment and wasting more than I would like to. This really annoys me so I need to try harder on this over the next while. 

We did not have the chicken korma melts as we treated ourselves to a pizza so that will be one to put back on the meal plan soon.

Friday - Fish with roasted med veg and new potatoes - this I will be honest, is all convenience food and need either cooking in the oven or microwave. The boys are having mains at school so will have a picnic tea

Saturday - Chicken burgers with wedges for us all

Sunday - slow cooker sausage casserole with mash and greens for us all

Monday - Spicy ratatouille with eggs and Parmesan from Gino Healthy Italian. The boys will have tomato soup and crusty bread.

Tuesday - Peri Peri Chicken Pilaf. The boys will have this but not as spicy.

Peri peri chicken pilaf

Wednesday - Paprika Pork in a pot, for us all with mash and green beans

Marys paprika pork in a pot

Thursday - Prawn and Coconut Laksa - This is one I make up and will be writing up as its very simple. The boys will be having this as well again watching the amount of spice.



Katykicker
Cup of Toast

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  1. I am going to follow your lead by making my own weekly meal plan, it will hopefully help with the shopping #b!ogstravangza@_karendennis

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  2. I am going to follow your lead by making my own weekly meal plan, it will hopefully help with the shopping #b!ogstravangza@_karendennis

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    1. i have to do it or we would be eating pasta all the time x

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  3. Lots of interesting sounding recipes there! The paprika pork sounds good.
    Tx

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  4. We had a pizza in the last week too. The takeaway is hard to resist sometimes! x

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  5. This sounds like another great meal plan. I agree that we need to get better at using everything that we have, we have had more waste than usual over the past couple of weeks. Thank you for linking up with #Blogstravaganza :)

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    1. i find i am brilliant then awful then feel bad and am brilliant again xx

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  6. Great meal plan. I do like the sound of the Spicy ratatouille x

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    1. its a lovely meal and so easy too. the best kind of food xx

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  7. Ooh spicy ratatouille gets a big tick from me - I'll have next week's menu plan all written up once I've checked out everyone else's plans ! :)

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