Monday, May 21, 2007

Menu Plan Monday #25

NOTE: No new recipe to try this week. My family is sick (again) and so I'll be making easy-for-me-to-cook recipes just to help out.
Week of May 21-27, 2007
Monday: Pizza
NOTE: Mondays are Pizza nights at OurHome. I am usually out during the day running errands and by the end I am usually too tired to think about cooking and I just pop in a Red Baron Pizza for dinner.
Tuesday: Beef tacos
Wednesday: Leftover Beef tacos
Thursday: Teriyaki Salmon (or Tilapia) w/ Lipton's Chicken Flavored Rice, steamed veggies
NOTE: When I was pregnant with DearDaughter1 I ate fish once a week to get my Omega-3 intake. I've been horrible about eating fish during this pregnancy and am beginning this once a week fish deal again. Therefore, Teriyaki Salmon or Teriyaki Tilapia will be on the menu at least once a week. It's my favorite way of making fish.
Friday: Store bought roasted chicken w/ white rice, steamed veggies
Saturday: Roast beef, Uncle Ben's rice, green beans
Sunday: Leftover Roast beef

Update from last week's menu:
Easy Thai Chicken is another keeper! It really was very easy to make and it had a good flavor to it. I just want to say for those wanting to venture out and try this dish, don't be deceived by the peanut butter and think that it's a sweet dish. It's not sweet at all. Can't really describe the taste though, so you're gonna have to try it yourself. I served this dish with boiled spinach. They went well together.

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Jammy said...

Sounds like a yummy week at your house! I ♥ planning menus ahead!!


Hamster said...

Don't know if you've seen this already but if not Yu might be interested in this website.
It's got about 30 recipes each one with a cooking video to go along
Good if you like to try cooking Thai food at home

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