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Do you ever get tired of coming up with something for dinner? I do. The Covid situation has pushed me into new realms, there isn’t a recipe that I shy away from these days. I am not a “professional” meal planner, but I do like to eat good food. Putting together a plan for the week makes things easier, maybe it will provide you with a little inspiration. We are going pescatarian for January, so all of the recipes will be veggie with fish or shrimp added to some dishes. Also, the links will open in a new window, these are not my recipes. Happy eating.
- Day 1: Zucchini Carrot Waffles – “brinner”
- Day 2: Oven Roasted Risotto with Kale Pesto
- Day 3: Szechuan Broccoli
- Day 4: Citrus Chili Shrimp w/ Mango Pineapple Salsa
- Day 5: Pizza w/ Salad*
- Day 6: Instant Pot Cauliflower Tiki Masala
Day 1 Note — This is my go to breakfast waffle, four cups of vegetables fills you up. I skip the cream cheese “frosting” and use butter and maple syrup. This week it was dinner.
Day 2 Note — Let me just preface this one by saying that this was absolutely delicious. I used a dollop of sour cream instead of heavy cream, the pesto added a richness to the flavor. The pesto recipe made quite a bit, you might add half, then taste it. Also, when I pulled it out of the oven, I did not need to add the 1/2 cup of broth. I did not include the mushrooms (allergic), I pan-seared scallops at the very end and placed on top.
Day 3 Note — I made a brown sauce over the weekend to make it a quick meal. I try to use fresh broccoli, but these days I’ve been using frozen broccoli to make this a super easy meal. Add some thin sliced carrots and any other vegetables to really work that rainbow.
Day 4 Note — I love making tacos. Using this recipe, I made tacos with all of the fixings (onion, lettuce, corn, grated cheese, sour cream, etc.), along with a side of black beans. Yum.
Day 5 Note — Super simple—use a Thin + Crispy Whole Wheat Pizza Crust (from the store) or make your own. Toppings of your choosing, don’t be afraid to pile them on.
Salad: lettuce, tomatoes, avocado, cucumber, sunflower seeds and an orange cut into bite size pieces, toss with balsamic and oil.
Day 6 — This is a new one for me, I’ll let you know how it goes when Day 6 comes along.
––The Wellness Instigator