Need some new ideas for dinner meals? Here is Jen’s weekly dinner menu with notes:
Sunday: Roasted Chicken with Zucchini and Sundried Tomatoes
This was one of those dishes where you combine some stuff and see how it works out.
In a large skillet with olive oil, I sauteed sliced onion, chopped garlic, sliced zucchini, and chopped sun dried tomatoes over medium heat until onion and zucchini were almost cooked through. I seasoned with salt and pepper and added a little crushed red pepper. Then, I added leftover roasted chicken from a whole chicken I bought for last Saturday Night’s dinner and cooked until chicken was heated through.
This was sooooo yummy!
Monday: Grilled Cod and Mixed Greens
Cod seasoned with salt and pepper and grilled on a grill pan.
Mixed greens accompanied with olive oil and a squeeze of lemon juice.
Tuesday: Steak and Grilled Asparagus
Steak was sliced sirloin, seasoned with salt and pepper, grilled on the grill pan.
Steak was removed and asparagus was grilled.
Wednesday: Slower Cooker Chicken, Potato, and Carrot Soup with Kale
I created this soup as a better alternative to chicken noodle soup.
Kale added the greens I wanted, but it is totally optional.
In the bottom of a bowl, I placed torn pieces of raw kale then poured the cooked soup over the kale which then softens it and makes it the right texture in the soup.
Thursday: Fundraising Event
In honor of one of my dear friends whose daughter has Rett, I attended a Reverse Rett Fundraiser.
Heavy hors d’oeuvres were served. I stuck with the roasted brussel sprouts, small steak bites, and club soda with lime.
Friday: Dinner Out - Honeygrow
Honeygrow has salads and stir fries. I like that you can build your own in addition to a selection of already created options.
I had stir fry of zoodles, mushrooms, snap peas, broccoli, and beef.
They also have yogurt bowls with fun toppings. I shared an apple and pear one with my daughter.
Saturday: Wednesday Leftovers
I was at workshop all day, so I was glad to have leftovers to easily warm up for dinner.
Let me know if you try any of these recipes or have good ones of your own to share.
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