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Can you tell me what to buy this week to cook for dinner ?

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brokenhead Sun 03-Feb-19 15:13:58

Minimum mess if poss or prepare ahead so I don't have a huge clean up after dinner when my son and husband are home

Here's what we had last week

Skate wing with capers mash and green bean and carrots
Sausages and Yorkshire's gravy bla bla
Chili con carne
Chicken tray bake with peas
Left over dinner
Then Saturday we were out for lunch
Today lacking motivation

I need to order the grocery shop so any tips massively appreciated my appetite isn't fantastic

I'll get fish from fish monger fresh

Thank you

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brokenhead Sun 03-Feb-19 15:16:14

I'm going to do veal and rosemary pasta (white sauce)
Fennel soup and bread

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Ricekrispie22 Sun 03-Feb-19 16:13:45

It’s the Chinese New Year on Tuesday so we’re having Chinese food all week!
Mon - sweet and sour chicken
Tuesday - hoisin wraps
Wed- pork stir fry
Thur - chicken chow mien
Friday - egg fried rice
I’ll buy some prawn crackers for the dc to have as snacks.

Sausagefingers9 Sun 03-Feb-19 16:18:42

I’m doing a massive pot of minestrone soup, it’s a favourite.
I put in whatever’s in that could go, so this week it’s got carrots, peppers, courgette, green beans, shit load of onion, chopped toms, broken spaghetti. I think the boulion stock makes a big difference to flavour.

TwigTheWonderKid Sun 03-Feb-19 16:30:14

We're having:

Mon- Duck legs in red wine and redcurrant sauce, pots dauphinoise and green beans
Tue -Sea bass with saute potatoes, green beans and hollandaise sauce
Weds - homemade meatballs in tomato and mozzarella sauce with spaghetti
Thurs - Stuffed chicken breasts with peas and pancetta and pasta in cream sauce
Fri- Braised lamb chops with creamed potatoes and veg

PCohle Sun 03-Feb-19 16:48:17

Pork chops with apple sauce and mash
Thai green curry
Pasta alla Norma
Fish cakes
Chicken stir fry

brokenhead Sun 03-Feb-19 17:49:26

Yum guys thank you for these ideas
Love Chinese food but I love dim sum and it's impossible to get here in Kent

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dontknowwhattodo80 Sun 03-Feb-19 20:48:54

We've had tacos and nachos tonight

Planning for the week...

Chicken pie and chips/mash and vegetables
Chinese New Year- curry/noodles/EF rice etc
Gammon roast dinner
Lasagne and garlic bread/salad

We're also having a treat tea ( I.e macdonalds ) as we've had a rubbish snow filled weekend and have been trapped in!

cdtaylornats Sun 03-Feb-19 23:02:10

Shepherds Pie
Fish Curry
Sausage, Egg and Chips
Veal or Chicken Milanese
Roast Beef

halfwitpicker Mon 04-Feb-19 01:33:14

I've done :

Broccoli, red pepper and sweet potato quiche
Sticky chicken drumsticks
Mulligawty veggie soup, made with coconut milk and lentils
Massive tray of roast veg
Baked sweet and normal potatoes
A big apple crumble
All of the above will be eaten this week

Tonight we had baked salmon, sad and jps
Tomorrow will be steak, gravy and mixed veg, maybe winter mash too

brokenhead Mon 04-Feb-19 07:31:31

What are stories?

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brokenhead Mon 04-Feb-19 07:31:47

Sorry, Stovies. @cdtaylornats

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Chocolatecake12 Mon 04-Feb-19 07:37:02

This weeks meaks will include
Pizza and salad - quick and easy to fit in with after school clubs etc
Tortoliini pasta and garlic bread
Roast chicken and veggies
Lasagne or bolognaise
Leek and potato soup - probably for lunch rather than dinner

wheelygo Mon 04-Feb-19 07:39:22

Stovies are Scottish - potatoes boiled to the point they’re almost the consistency of mash, cooked with beef, onions, and beef dripping.

My DGM sometimes put sausages in aswell, and my DP makes his with corned beef so there are variations.

wheelygo Mon 04-Feb-19 07:46:27

We’ll have
Lamb koftas
Chicken schnitzels
Falafels in pittas
Pasta of some kind, maybe lasagne
Smoked haddock pilaf
And something from the cupboard, probably cheesy beans on toast or something equally as fit for a king

cdtaylornats Mon 04-Feb-19 08:30:11

Basically a winter meal to use up leftovers from a roast.

brokenhead Mon 04-Feb-19 10:23:14

Loove the sound of stovies yummmmmm

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reindeermania Mon 04-Feb-19 19:38:08

Not for a busy weekday- but dim sum are pretty easy to make

I use this filling
And make the wrappers with 120g sifted plain flour and 60ml warm water- mix and knead until smooth, rest in clingfilm for 20 minutes and the break into 7g balls to roll out. I make them regularly whether for gyoza/ dim sum/ wontons etc- the wrappers freeze well once made too- as do filled gyoza type dumplings.

This week we are having

Today- Korean meatloaf with crispy fried egg and sesame spinach

Tomorrow- macaroni peas and cheese

Wednesday- duck in plum sauce, rice and green beans

Thursday- red lentil and country veg soup

Friday- leftover duck spring rolls/ gyoza / chicken chow mien and egg fried rice (basically homemade takeaway)

Saturday- cream cheese filled ravioli with watercress sauce / pizzas and garlic bread for tea

Sunday- pork chops, potato and celeriac dauphinois , roasted sprouts and broccoli.

guineapig1 Mon 04-Feb-19 20:59:52

We are having:
1. Briskett and mac cheese bake
2. Salmon, prawns and spinach with sweet potato mash
3. Thai yellow veggie curry with rice
4. Sausage egg beans and chips/ fish fingers peas and chips/pizza and wedges - basically a freezer job as Thursdays are very busy for mum and dad’s taxis in our house
5. Slow cooker job

brokenhead Mon 04-Feb-19 22:24:13

Thank you so much for that link that's great

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