Meal updates from last week:
The top two meals from last were the spicy pork bowls and the honey mustard chicken salad. I didn’t love the salmon with couscous and I needed to marinate the flank steak for longer before I grilled it. The chicken from the salad was even better the next day, and I will be using the marinade/dressing again.
This week we are eating at home Monday-Thursday, right now we don’t have weekend plans. With Father’s Day coming up I will share what I will be serving for breakfast and dinner. Tonight we ate at my parent’s house, mom made cabbage rolls and bought pirogies and I brought a green salad. The meal was delicious. I am going to ask my mom to write out her recipe for cabbage rolls as I believe they are the best that I’ve ever had.
- Classy chicken from The Best of Bridge, I always serve this casserole with egg noodles.
- Chopped ramen noodle salad with grilled teriyaki turkey from @farmgirlsdabble I am a sucker for a dinner salad. As with all salads for dinner, my kids will eat all the components except the lettuce 😉 Maybe one day they will enjoy the entire salad.
- Burrata pistachio white pizza from @thealmondeater I will also be making a traditional red sauce pizza. I am sure that the kids will like the red sauce better than the white pizza, but I may be pleasantly surprised.
- Chipotle lime shrimp bowls from @foodcrush I love a one bowl dinner as much as I love a dinner salad. These days my kids are loving shrimp so this is a perfect dinner for them. I will probably be leaving out the chipotle as it is far too spicy for the kids.
This afternoon I made a batch of strawberry rhubarb chia jam to use in my overnight oats. There is no sugar in this recipe, it is sweetened with strawberries and maple syrup. I also brought a large frozen bag of Saskatoon berries from my parent’s. With the weather a little cooler this week I may make a batch of pie dough to use with the berries and possibly some rhubarb. Print Dinner List 58 before going to the store.