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    Default Re: Meal plans for this week

    Here is last weeks:

    Monday: beef enchiladas with Spanish rice and refried beans.

    Tuesday: Buffalo and BBQ chicken tenderloins (homemade and unbreaded) with celery and carrots.

    Wednesday: Frozen meal (chicken and pumpkin risotto)

    Thursday: Crock pot corned beef and cabbage with potatoes

    Friday: Ham and potato bake

    Saturday: corned beef quesadillas

    Sunday: beef or chicken stir fry...depends which meat thaws first.

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Ohhh so many ideas for next week! Ours is:
    Beef rendang and veg pot pies with salad
    Sage & onion mini pork roast with mixed veg
    Grilled chicken with stuffed capsicums
    Night off-mums house!
    Chicken & chorizo risotto with salad
    Open lamb and fetta burgers
    Home made veggie pasties

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    I cook enough for two nights so I can have a break each second night as we usually go swimming and get home late. So this week its:
    Tonight/ Monday- Chicken Tikka Masala with vegies and rice
    Tues/ Wed- Creamy Pumpkin Bacon Pasta
    Thurs/ Fri- Crumbed chicken with noodles and vegies
    Sat- usually something easy or we start the week again.

    Easy.

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    My boys eat different meals to me, there dinners consist of spag Bol loaded with veg, chicken sausage and veg, meat pie and veg, fish and veg, pasta, fried rice, homemade pizza.

    My dinners for the veg are not very exciting but I'm clean eating ...

    So ...

    Mon - Snapper and greens
    Tues - Pork scotch fillet and greens
    Wed - Brown fried rice
    Thurs - Salmon and veg
    Fri - roast chicken and veg

    Hmmm you get the idea?? Haha

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Sorry to bump in but i notice lots of u guys have some sort of meat (whether it be chicken, fish, beef etc) every night of the week.
    Just wondering if everyone is like this?
    We probably only do this maybe 3 times a week. The other nights we have soups, pasta, veggie or maybe egg based meals. Veggie curry, quiches, tomato or cheese pasta, various veggie based soups.
    No reason we do (other than I don't eat beef or lamb) just find I crave veggies and get sick of chicken or pork etc every night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrules View Post
    Sorry to bump in but i notice lots of u guys have some sort of meat (whether it be chicken, fish, beef etc) every night of the week.
    Just wondering if everyone is like this?
    We probably only do this maybe 3 times a week. The other nights we have soups, pasta, veggie or maybe egg based meals. Veggie curry, quiches, tomato or cheese pasta, various veggie based soups.
    No reason we do (other than I don't eat beef or lamb) just find I crave veggies and get sick of chicken or pork etc every night.
    DH! Unless it's got meat, real meat like beef chicken pork or lamb (fish and eggs don't count as real meat) it's not a main meal and it's not dinner really. So on non meat nights he has a ham sandwich after or leftovers from another day.

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    Default Re: Meal plans for this week

    I choose 7 meals a week but don't allocate a day until I see what I feel like...

    So this week is:
    Porcine meatballs, mash potato & veg.
    Penang Chicken with steamed rice
    Pork sausages with onion gravy, mash & veg
    Lemon and herb chicken burgers
    Toasted sandwiches
    Roast vegetable lasagne
    Lamb chops and veg.

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    DH! Unless it's got meat, real meat like beef chicken pork or lamb (fish and eggs don't count as real meat) it's not a main meal and it's not dinner really. So on non meat nights he has a ham sandwich after or leftovers from another day.
    My DH is the same. Frustrates me a little bit tbh. I have found make the veggie/salad as my main and it's his side dish.

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Quote Originally Posted by catrules View Post
    Sorry to bump in but i notice lots of u guys have some sort of meat (whether it be chicken, fish, beef etc) every night of the week.
    Just wondering if everyone is like this?
    We probably only do this maybe 3 times a week. The other nights we have soups, pasta, veggie or maybe egg based meals. Veggie curry, quiches, tomato or cheese pasta, various veggie based soups.
    No reason we do (other than I don't eat beef or lamb) just find I crave veggies and get sick of chicken or pork etc every night.
    My DH and DS are meat eaters. I could easy go without meat every night. Can't convince my DH though.


 

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