Here is the review of how April's Meal Plan Week 4 turned out - as you can see, I reverted to my usual "plans are meant to be changed" routine!
Brunch - 3 crackers while I waited for the car to be serviced!
Tea - Cheese, crackers, half an apple
Dinner - Leftover soup and a piece of buttered toast
Brunch: Tortilla with scrambled egg and katta sambol ✓
Dinner: Sausages with vegetables and leftover rice ✓
Brunch: Banana muffins (have to bake) ✓
Dinner: Spaghetti and
sauce (with ground turkey); salad leftover sausage and vegetables
Banana muffins Rice and curries at cousin's
Dinner: Leftover sausages with
mashed potatoes pasta and vegetables
Pancakes Leftover sausage and pasta stir-fry
Leftover spaghetti and sauce; salad The serving of rice and curries from cousin's lunch on Thursday
Brunch: Pancakes (Yay! I finally made pancakes! Enjoyed them with butter and syrup!)
Baked battered fish fillets with green peas and fries Ground turkey with vegetables added to it and fried potatoes
|Ground Turkey Mixture|
Sunday (May 1):
Brunch: Milkrice and fish curry, seeni sambol
Soup, maybe Leftover ground turkey mixture and fried potatoes
Which brings us to May and the meal plan for the first week in May! This week's meal plan is based on what I have in the fridge (leftovers), in the freezer, and pantry. I do plan to go grocery shopping, sometime during the week for fresh fruits and some stock up items, such as pasta.
Brunch: Leftover milkrice, fish curry, katta sambol (from a jar in the fridge)
Dinner: Leftover ground turkey mixture, fried potatoes, stir fried broccoli stems
Brunch: Leftover pancakes from Saturday
Dinner: Rice, fish curry, broccoli leaves mallung
Dinner: Coconut roti with the last of the fish curry and katta sambol
Dinner: Leftover roti with katta sambol and chicken curry (from the freezer)
Brunch: Scrambled egg and toast
Dinner: Soup (turkey and vegetables; trying to use up part of the turkey carcass in the freezer); muffins
Dinner: Leftover soup
Sunday (Mothers' Day):
Brunch: Waffles with triple berry sauce (berry mix in the freezer)
Dinner: Roast pork (from the freezer) made into a stew or stir fry, a boxed rice mix, steamed broccoli
Dessert: Peach pie or cobbler (last packet of frozen peaches from last year's crop)
That is the plan! How it turns out will be anyone's guess! :D As always, I am blessed to be able to plan meals in advance, as opposed to wondering where my next meal will come from, to have access to all the food I need and the ability to buy it and I am grateful for that blessing.
How about you? Are you making any meal plans this week? If not a detailed plan, then, do you have any meal plan options?