Monday meal plan 1/31
I am trying two new Indian recipes this week: Spinach Dhal and Indian Tofu Curry. We also have some family favorites on the menu as well including an Italian pasta bake, beef stew and creamy baked chicken. What's on your menu?Posted — Updated
I am trying two new Indian recipes this week: Spinach Dhal and Indian Tofu Curry. I had the Spinach Dhal at a friend's house last week and it was fabulous! We also have some family favorites on the menu as well including an Italian pasta bake, beef stew and creamy baked chicken. What's on your menu?
(The regular price of Nasoya tofu is now $2.19 at Harris Teeter and I have .75/1 coupons that were sent when I joined the newsletter at nasoya.com so the total price is only .69 per container after doubled coupon– an excellent price! The veggies are Bird’s Eye frozen stir fry peppers mix on sale BOGO through 2/1 at HT - .50/2 coupon)
Long grain rice – free Comet rice from sale and coupon combo a couple months ago
Orange slices (on sale just about everywhere right now)
Beef stew with carrots and potatoes cooked in slow cooker
Steamfresh peas (BOGO at HT through 2/1 - .50/2 coupon from a few weeks ago)
Sandwich night (Boca veggie burgers on sale at Kroger as part of the buy 10 get $5 off mega event and used $1/2 coupon. Total after sale, mega event discount and coupon = $2 per box)
Italian pasta bake (see recipe below)
Baked chicken breast (bought on sale for $1.97/lb a couple weeks ago – frozen chicken breast is on sale through 2/1 at Harris Teeter and Food Lion)
Steamed carrots (carrots on sale at Harris Teeter for $1.47 for a 2 lb bag - .73/lb)
Indian Tofu Curry (This is a new recipe for me but looked so tasty and I thought it would work well with the Spinach Dhal. As mentioned in the Monday meal, Harris Teeter has a great buy on tofu with the e-mailed coupons from the Nasoya newsletter. There are also a number of Chicken Curry recipes on allrecipes.com if tofu is not your thing)
Spinach Dhal (I had this Indian lentil soup at a friend’s house last week and it was wonderful. I am going to use a recipe similar to hers from Allrecipes.com.
Spicy Mahatma Saffron Yellow Rice
Super Bowl party at a friend’s house – I am bringing an appetizer and a dessert (not sure exactly what appetizer and dessert, yet!) I will be posting some Super Bowl Party recipe links on Tuesday on the blog.
Pepper, to taste
Combine all ingredients in large casserole dish except parmesan cheese and 2 oz mozzarella cheese. Sprinkle 2 oz mozzarella and 2 oz. parmesan cheese on top. Bake for 35 minutes in 350 degree oven. Serve with side salad and garlic bread. Enjoy!
1 box frozen spinach, cooked and drained instead of green pepper
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