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    Default What's on your meal plan this week?

    Need some new ideas

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    Roast chicken, crunchy roast potatoes and veggies
    Spaghetti bolognese
    Greek chicken with veggie quinoa and tzatziki
    Snapper with roast fennel and potato, and greens
    Salmon with coconut rice and miso veggies

    That's as far as I've gotten with my planning for next week.

    Still left for this week is:
    Salmon with pumpkin, asparagus, zucchini and beans
    Keralan fish curry with broccoli and cauliflower

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    Pork schnitzel cooked in the air fryer with salad and potato bake

    Satay chicken pies with veggies

    Home made pizzas

    Bacon chicken and mushroom risotto with steamed greens

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    Deep Down Sausages (a household fave)
    Spag bol
    Satay beef
    Snags & vege
    Mac & cheese
    Beef Stroganoff
    Shepherd's pie
    Fish/chick nuggets & chips
    Chicken casserole

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    Marinated lamb chops with mashed sweet potato, and vegies.
    Garlic prawn skewers and salad.
    Sausage rolls, chips and salad.
    Cook in a bag chicken drumsticks.
    Chicken, tomato, and basil ravioli.
    Steak with mushroom sauce.

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    Homemade fish not chips
    Spag bol
    Crumbed steak and veg.
    Chicken curry
    Tortilla stack
    Roast lamb
    Taco boats.

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    I noticed there's a lot of pasta...ha ha, we have pasta every week.
    So today I'm doing, chicken Schnitzel with mashed potato
    Tomorrow I'll do pasta which will possibly take us to the next day also, or chicken Parma. Either way shopping needs to be done.

    Next week I'm think....
    Pizza
    Hamburgers
    Spanish rice (never done before)
    Some other new recipe.

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    Sub, even though its making me starving

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    Just writing it up now.

    Puttanesca pasta
    Slow cooker vegetarian gumbo
    seafood curry
    swedish meatballs and roast veg
    baked chicken legs with asian greens
    wagu steak and ratatouille
    baked salmon and broccoli
    cauliflower soup (new slow cooker recipe)
    prawn stirfry with greens, eggplant and chilli
    vego brown fried rice with egg and tofu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SheWarrior View Post
    Deep Down Sausages (a household fave)
    Spag bol
    Satay beef
    Snags & vege
    Mac & cheese
    Beef Stroganoff
    Shepherd's pie
    Fish/chick nuggets & chips
    Chicken casserole
    Deep down sausage???

    My mind is jumping to wildly inappropriate things. Please explain this to me!!

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