Weekly Meal Plan – Making everyday cooking easy #4

Free Weekly Meal Plan

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  Breakfast Lunch Dinner Salad / Dessert
Monday  Masala Omelette + Orange Juice 
Methi Roti + Yogurt + Pickle & a fruit Phulka + Egg Curry  Mesclun Salad
Tuesday Toast + Blueberry Cucumber smoothie
Lemon Rice + Garlic lemon potatoes Dosa + Carrot & Ginger Chutney Fruit Bowl
Wednesday Coconut Poha + Orange Juice Black beans and Mango Quesadilla Phulka & 15 min Tofu Makhani Beets Salad
Thursday Toast + Blueberry Cucumber smoothie Salmon Pasta (Veg: Cauliflower) + Fruit Idli + Mint & Coconut Chutney Fruit Bowl
Friday Oatmeal + Carrot Orange Smoothie Muli Paneer Paratha + Pickle + Fruit Chappati + Tadka Dhal Chopped Cucumber, Carrots
Saturday Wholewheat buttermilk Blueberry pancake Rice + 15 min Tomato Rasam + Kohlapuri Teekha Aloo + White Pumpkin pachadi Vegetarian Black bean Chili Roasted Vegetable Salad with goat cheese
Sunday Idli + Venkaya kose Butter Chicken + Naan on tawa + Jeera Rice  Phulka + left over Butter Naan Fresh Garden Salad


  Roasted chickpeas with Indian spices

Thank You (Recipe Courtesy)

Message to Bloggers

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Happy Cooking and Have a great week ahead!!

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  1. Mel says:

    Radhika, Looking for a weekly and easy vegetarian meal plan for my daughter who is studying at university abroad. Having a meal plan like the one you have put up will surely help and guide her to pick up just the right ingredients she needs every time she and her friends go grocery shopping. I hope you can come up with a weekly plan for students studying abroad with a grocery list which will make it easier for them, so that they pick up ingredients based on the weekly plan you propose. Due to studies students have no time to come up wit a plan nor decide what they have to pick up when they go grocery shopping. Besides, those struggling on a small budget should be able to cook up simple and delicious meals. I know you will think of something. Thank you

    • Radhika Vasanth says:

      Mel, thank you so much for leaving this note. I have been preparing meal plans but haven’t posted them on my blog. Your comment inspires me to post them again. I will surely keep in mind about cooking simple and delicious meals. I cook fresh meals everyday and it is so important for me that I can prepare them quickly and ensure that it satiates our palate.

  2. Mel says:

    Thanks Radhika, that’s really sweet of you to consider coming up with a simple meal plan. My daughter has been a vegetarian for quite some time, though my husband and I are non-vegetarian. It’s tough finding spices in most of the supermarkets in Melbourne, Australia. There are some Indian stores but quite far away since she lives on campus. When she goes shopping it does become difficult for her to decide what to cook especially with limited spices. Students cannot be bothered with spices, they need simple ingredients for a simple meal. I hope you take that into consideration. Thanks and don’t stop what you love doing, I hope you start creating meals for students and beginners whether they are abroad or residing with their parents. Don’t give up on your dreams and God bless…

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