Weekly Meal Plan – Making everyday cooking easy #16

Free Weekly Meal Plan

This weekly meal plan is a guide to make your everyday cooking easy. You can always plug and play with your choice of recipes and tweak it to suit your family needs. 

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  Breakfast Lunch Dinner Salad / Dessert
Monday Honeyed Apple and Vanilla Oatmeal Pasta Primavera in Cilantro Pesto, cup of yogurt (see notes) Broccoli and Lentil paratha, Yogurt   Fruit Bowl
Tuesday Dosa, 2 min peanut chutney, Orange Juice Beetroot Pulav, Raitha Black eyed pea salsa with cheese quesdilla  Carrot and Corn Salad
Wednesday Bulgarian Popara, Date and Banana Smoothie Quinoa, Vendhiya Keerai Kara Kuzhambu, Cup of yogurt or fruit Godhuma Dosa, Kerala Sambar Mesclun Salad (see notes)
Thursday Idli, leftover  Kerala Sambar Egg salad Sandwich, cup of yogurt, Fruit of  your choice Cornmeal Vegetable Upma (see notes) No Bake nutty chocolate biscuit
Friday Wheatgerm Pancakes(see notes) Phulka, Tadka Dal, cup of yogurt 30 Minutes Pizza Fruit Bowl
Saturday Puttu, Kadala curry Rice, Drumstick rasam, Ennai Kathirikkai Leftovers from breakfast and Lunch!!! Steamed Veggies
Sunday Nepali Aloo Sabzi and Omelette Naan, Kadai Chicken, Lassi Leftover curry with Dosa or Idli!! Asian Coleslaw


Baked Samosa

No Bake nutty chocolate biscuit


1. Make batter the previous night for wheatgerm pancakes

2. Subtitute cornmeal with Vermicilli or Rava/Suji incase you don’t buy cornmeal

3. Use whole wheat or brown rice or quinoa pasta instead of regular pasta

4. Buy a Spring Mix (usually lettuce, argula, spinach etc) box from grocery store and make your own salad through out the week with different veggies, fruits and dressings. Add egg or meat if required. 

Recipe for 2 minutes peanut Chutney

In a mixer/blender add 2 handful of roasted peanuts, 2 green chili, salt and a pinch of tamarind. Grind to the desired consistency (slightly coarse or smooth) adding water. Tada, a lipsmacking chutney is ready in 2 minutes that is loaded with proteins. This is my goto chutney during weekdays apart from Coconut chutney.

Thank You (Recipe Courtesy)

My tasty curry

Lite Bite

Edible Garden

Simply Recipes


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Happy Cooking and Have a great week ahead!!

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