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Meal Plan: 12/11/2016

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I spent this past snowy Sunday cooking in the kitchen for the week. Here are my simple recipes:

Veggies:

Potato and Carrot Tots (from Skinnytaste)

Cabbage and Dill Salad

Snacks:

Persian Cucumbers with Smoked Salmon and Capers

Greek Yogurt with Peach Jam and Sliced Almonds

Main:

Summer Roll Bowl with Miso Honey dressing*

*My version has added mushrooms and a different dressing

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Homemade Lox (salmon)

 

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Blogged while watching Grease Live! on Fox.

During a recent visit with my BFF (my mom, Sophia) I was treated to homemade (yes, homemade) lox. I was blown away by how delicious it was! I was even more blown away when she told me the 17 seconds she spent making it! So, I immediately went out and bought my own fillets and made it right at home. And it was just as delicious!

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Sunday Funday Cooking: Succotash

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Sundays are cooking days for me. If I don’t have anything else planned, I take the day to food shop and meal plan for the rest of the week. This is essential for healthy living because it eliminates any opportunities for weak moments. If I get home absolutely ravenous, there is always something available in the fridge. It’s always healthy, it’s already prepared, and it is delicious!

This Sunday was no exceptions. On average, I make about 7 dishes. Some turn out better than others and I wanted to share them with you.

Among what I made this week was

  • couscous crab cakes with a lite Cole Slaw,
  • turkey ham stuffed chicken roulettes with sauteed mushrooms and onions
  • succotash, and
  • RPM fruit punch.

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Sunday Funday Cooking: Turkey Ham stuffed Chicken Roulettes, Sauteed Mushrooms and Onions, and Fruit Punch

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Sundays are cooking days for me. If I don’t have anything else planned, I take the day to food shop and meal plan for the rest of the week. This is essential for healthy living because it eliminates any opportunities for weak moments. If I get home absolutely ravenous, there is always something available in the fridge. It’s always healthy, it’s already prepared, and it is delicious!

This Sunday was no exceptions. On average, I make about 7 dishes. Some turn out better than others and I wanted to share them with you.

Among what I made this week was

  • couscous crab cakes with a lite Cole Slaw,
  • turkey ham stuffed chicken roulettes with sauteed mushrooms and onions
  • succotash, and
  • RPM fruit punch.

Continue reading “Sunday Funday Cooking: Turkey Ham stuffed Chicken Roulettes, Sauteed Mushrooms and Onions, and Fruit Punch”

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