Monday, 23 February 2015

Weekly Meal Plan - Week Commencing 23rd February 2015

Last weeks meal plan did not exactly go to plan!

It was not a success at all! I think that it was due to a mixed week of sleep deprivation, birthday plans and emergency vet trips.

Anyway, on to this week's plan. This week we will be having a favourite leftover meal, some new flavours and a good old roast.

Here is this weeks Weekly Meal Plan...

Week Commencing 23rd February 2015

Leftover Beef Curry

Over the weekend I bought a huge 2.3kg piece of beef for our Sunday dinner as I knew that we would have a leftover meal on Monday. I have enough meat left over for both a meal and for sandwiches. I asked the hubby if there was anything in particular that he wanted with the leftovers and he requested a good old leftover curry. I literally add all the leftovers, meat, vegetables and stock to make a roast dinner curry.

Spaghetti Bolognese

This is a meal which I love and have not had in such a long time.

Jerusalem Artichoke Hash

This is a completely new meal for us all. I regularly order an organic vegetables box and this weeks came with Jerusalem artichokes. If I am honest I did not have any idea what to do with them or how to cook them, luckily there was a recipe enclosed in the box.

Sausage, Beans and Mash

This was a meal  that we were looking forward to last week which didn't get made as we had a poorly puppy and I forgot to take the sausages out of the freezer. That is why will be having it this week.

Roast Chicken

As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago my family have asked that I do more roast/meat and veg meals. This week we will be having my salt and pepper roast chicken.

As normal I have not planned for either Saturday or Sunday.

Hope you have a great week x

I am sharing my Weekly Meal Plan with At Home With Mrs M - Meal Planning Monday

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6 comments:

  1. We love a meat and veg meal here, too. I've never tried artichoke, wouldn't know where to begin!? Lol xx

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  2. Would love to hear more about Jerusalem Artichoke Hash that sounds delicious, something I'd definitely like to try.

    x

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  3. I must admit I wouldn't have the foggiest what to do with a Jerusalem artichoke! A hash sounds yummy!

    Similarly I did a big pork roast on Sunday so we have lots of lovely leftovers - makes planning easier too!

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  4. You just can't go wrong with a spag bol! Enjoy your week!

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  5. I did soup when we got Jerusalem artichokes a couple of years back, mind you they do have some well known side effects so beware! Spag bol sounds lovely, I haven't made one for ages. Have a good week

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