What To Eat This Week: 4/12/20.
Another week in quarantine down!
This week is going to be SO delicious. I’m so glad you’re getting inspiration and making delish meals and able to nourish yourself with these recipes.
Oh and if you’re celebrating, Happy Easter!
P.S. if you have awhile before your next grocery trip, don’t forget I have this list of 125+ pantry meals.
Let’s kick things off with this cozy lemon pasta. I love this meal! It’s great on its own but you could also add some leftover chicken or shrimp or whatever you have to it. I love it with parmesan roasted broccoli of course!
Next, I’m throwing together my favorite cheeseburger chopped salad. This is SUCH a delicious meal – it has so much more flavor than you’d think!
Have you fired up the grill yet? We totally have! I’m thinking about this grilled caesar with buffalo chicken. You can basically use it as a clean-out-the-fridge meal too.
One of my fall-back meals is this cajun salmon with salted lime butter. Serve it with rice, pasta, a salad – whatever you’d like!
If you’re still doing soups, this sweet potato ginger soup gets rave reviews every time!
Finally, rounding out the week with mediterranean turkey burgers! You can use an assortment of toppings, spreads, or even crumble these on salads. They’re so good!
For lunch, I’m going with my egg salad, OF COURSE – we have a ton of dyed eggs. But you could also use them in this potato salad (instead of the soft boiled). And I love this roasted broccoli toast too!
And breakfast means coffee coconut shakes! HELLO.
What’s on your menu this week?!
8 Comments on “What To Eat This Week: 4/12/20.”
OMG! this is so yummy. A must try. Will be trying this recipe out very very soon. Thanks for sharing this with us.
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I’m not sure, tomorrow’s my birthday and usually like a Sfogliatelle from the North End of Boston.
I’m feeling like some really good food, Real Japanese food? Indian? Oh, how about chicken Souvlaki?
I just like something I don’t normally get in my area on my birthday……MY one day of the year that for me.
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Hello Jessica! Next time you make an oven salmon, try my trick: MIRIN over it instead of other oil. I love it because it’s mild sweetness gives it a special taste and texture and I sprinkle all kinds of good seasonings according to my mood, including anise and/or dill seeds, ginger or 21 Seasoning from TradersJoe. Or OldBay. Anyhoo as you would say, it’s a fun way to change. Glad about your new book. Keep safe and your Easter photos were wonderful! Kids are adorable! P.S. Did you watched UNORTHODOX on Netflix? OMG…
Recipe for sour dough starter crackers??
Thank you for your Easter blog: your children are too cute for words. Thank you for sharing your private life with all of us. My husband and myself had a quiet Easter dinner of prime rib roasted in the oven with baby potatoes. Grilled some asparagus, large chopped green salad with Caesear salad dressing. And of course the red wine made our dinner special.
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