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Meal Plan 16th - 22nd January

It's my birthday on Wednesday .....29 (eeek), so Wednesday will most definitely be a takeaway, or if I'm lucky a meal out on hubby (I wont get my hopes up though). I'm also in the process of updating photo's on the blog so a couple of the recipes have featured before and there are a few new ones thrown in too.

As per last week lunches will be pasta salad.

Monday 16th January
Dinner: Chorizo and Prawn Paella

Tuesday 17th January
Dinner: Beef, Chestnut and Red Wine Casserole with Sweet Potato Mash

Wednesday 18th January
Dinner: Takeaway

Thursday 19th January
Dinner: Stuffing Ball Carbonara - I have some sausagemeat stuffing in the freezer from Christmas so will roll into little balls, fry then toss with spaghetti, beaten eggs and grated Parmesan.

Friday 20th January
Dinner: Cheese Omelette's with Sweet Potato Chips and Salad

Saturday 21st January
Dinner: Homemade Pizza's

Sunday 22nd January
Dinner: Sweet and Sour Chicken with Rice

Comments

  1. Hope you have a good birthday and a nice meal what ever it is!

    Just planning our meals for the week will add your chorizo and prawn paella to my list. Thanks for the suggestion.

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  2. Its a lovely quick meal..if you remember to cook your rice beforehand

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  3. Enjoy your birthday! I have to say, I firmly believe life is better for women after 30, so I'd just skip 29!

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  4. I am not organised enough. I only have the next two days planned. We are having stuffed mushrooms with salad and potato wedges tonight, Penne with pesto, roast vegetables & feta on Monday and Veggie burgers on rolls with salad for a late night meal on Wednesday.

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  5. I'm REALLY scared about turning 30 Foodycat!

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  6. I envy your plan ahead attitude. It gets to 6pm and I think.. "now what will I cook for dinner." I usually end up okay but a bit of planning ahead would make life a lot easier.

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