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Meal Plan Friday 4th January 2019

We are pretty much back to normal, the kids went back to school and hubby back to work this week.

The tree came down and I have found the house again.

Meal plans will not include curry or gammon for a little while hahaha.

We have a couple of new meals this week that sound really nice and can not wait to try them out.

Friday - Mustard Salmon and Lentils for Mr MC&W and myself. We had a change around of meal this week so the boys will have ometes and chips tonight.

Mustardy salmon beetroot and lentils

Saturday - Meatballs served with spaghetti for us all

Sunday - French Style Chicken. Similar for the boys but not the lettuce.

French style chicken with peas-and-bacon 

Monday - Winter Nicoise Salad. Will do a salad based on this for the boys as they like the basics of this meal.

Winter tuna Nicoise

Tuesday - Chinsese style lemon marmalade chicken. I am going to try the boys with this one.

Chinese style lemon marmalade chicken

Wednesday - Pasta, Mozarella, mint and fresh tomato sauce for us all

Pasta with mozzarella mint and fresh tomato sauce

Thursday - Harissa Crumbled Fish. Fish pie for the boys.

Harissa crumbed fish lentils peppers





Katykicker

Comments

  1. Both of your fish dishes sound really nice and unusual. We are getting back to normal after Christmas too!

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    1. I am really looking forward to them as like simple fish meals xx

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  2. I like the sound of mustard salmon.We didn't have curry over Christmas as we had guests that don't like spice so it is definitely on my meal plan! #mealplanningmonday

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    1. Ohh I would be doing lots of curry like you. we had a little too much and need to think about that next year xx

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  3. Your meals sound lovely this week. I love the sound of the chinese marmalade chicken!

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    1. yes can not wait to try this one hope its a good as it sounds xx

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  4. It's nice to get back to normal isn't it.
    I like the sound of the Winter Nicoise Salad. I always think of a salad as a summer meal.

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    1. i get real cravings for salad in the winter and they can be just what you need sometimes x

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  5. Love the sound of all your dishes. Intrigued by the french style chicken!

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    1. it is so lovely and easy we do it loads good old bbc good food

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  6. Yay, we're having spaghetti and meatballs too! Tonight in fact.
    I like the sound of the salmon and lentils, I might be pinching that recipe for another day!
    Tx

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    1. salmon and lentils works so well in fact all fish and lentils works well. and feels healthy xx

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  7. All back to normal now and it is over just as soon as it started! Thanks for linking up x

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