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Meal Plan Friday 11th January

It is funny how quickly life gets back to normal after the Christmas festivities. We are all back to school and we all have a new cold to fight off. What is lovely is that the days are slowly getting longer.

Last weeks meals went well especially the marmalade chicken which we all really liked.

Friday - Chicken Kiev's roasted new potatoes and tomatoes. Boys will have quorn nuggets, chips and peas

Saturday - Treat McDonald's for the kids and we are having Bhaji Burgers

Bhaji burger

Sunday - roast pork loin with this lovely sounding sauce. Served with roast potatoes, carrots and broccoli.

Guinness and honey glazedpork-loin

Monday - Chicken, mozzarella and pesto parcels the boys will have tuna puff slices and I will use puff pastry for both

Chicken mozzarella pesto filo parcels

Tuesday - Super smokey bacon and tomato spaghetti for us all

Super smoky bacon tomato spaghetti

Wednesday - Prawn paella - kind of made up and will be sharing what we do. This will be for us all.

Thursday - Shepherds pie jackets for us all

Shepherds pie potatoes





Katykicker
Cup of Toast

Comments

  1. Oh wow - bhaji burgers sound really interesting!

    Thanks for linking up and have a great week x

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  2. I love the sound of the bhaji burgers and the Guinness and honey glazed pork

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    1. the pork was amazing and added it to the gravy wow just wow

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  3. Love the sound of all of that - some great fresh flavours in there, yum !

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    1. yes trying a few new ideas along with the old ones we always do. so far so good x

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  4. You have a lovely week of meals planned. The Guinness and honey glazedpork-loin sounds amazing!!

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    1. it was an excellent find and add the sauce to the gravy makes it sweet and sour all at once x

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  5. There is some really nice sounding meals there the bhaji burgers do sound really appealing I might have to make them soon.

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    1. they were good but my bajhi making needs some inprovment hahahah

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  6. Another vote for the bhaji burgers. What time are we eating???? 😊

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  7. Ooh they sound deliciouis! Enjoy!

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