Friday, 25 September 2015

What's Cooking at The Madhouse? menu plan 25/9/15


I've been searching through my globecooking recipe boxes to see what still needs making so this should be a cosmopolitan menu plan ! The main influence will be Sri Lankan as that was this month's box. (Recipes to follow !)

Saturday 

lunch - tuna fish cakes with spicy wedges and peas

dinner - Kadai Chicken with hoppers

Sunday

lunch - roast dinner - maybe chicken, maybe pork - with roast potatoes, carrots, peas, gravy ...

dinner - sandwich or soup

Monday 

dinner - chicken and veg pie with mash and gravy

Tuesday 

dinnerCrispy Medu Vada-style Lentil Fritters with coconut chutney and rice

Wednesday 

lunch - enchiladas

dinner - chicken and veg stir-fried noodles

Thursday 

dinner - Sri Lankan chicken biryani

Friday

dinner - gado gado salad

***Click on my Menu Plans tag to see all my other weekly menu plan blogposts.***

Meal Planning Monday

Want to see what everyone else is eating ? Head over to Meal Planning Monday at Mrs M's blog !

15 comments:

  1. Pam Francis Gregory25 September 2015 at 12:29

    Great variety!

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  2. ooh one or two of these ideas has got my mouth watering. ( Just wish the rest of my household would eat something a bit more exotic than a fish finger! )

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    1. The kids often go for kid-friendly options like sausages or fish fingers if they know it's going to be too spicy for them ... Sophie's starting to get braver and try more of the exotic stuff now though !

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  3. Oooh the lentil fritters and coconut chutney sounds so delicious! Hope you have a great week x #mealplanningmonday

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    1. It can be a bit hit and miss trying exotic recipes but I'm hopeful ! lol

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  4. I adore Sri Lankan curries - every one I've had has been bursting with flavour, so I like the sound of the Biryani xxx #mealplanningmonday

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    1. Looking forward to discovering some new flavours :)

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  5. Great meal plan, a lovely mix of food

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  6. Ooh, Sri Lankan biryani sounds amazing.

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    1. I'll post up the recipe once I've made it :)

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  7. I love a good chicken pie and the Sri Lankan Brythonic sound lovely #MealPlanningMonday

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    1. You can't beat a Monday pie for using up the leftovers from a roast :)

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  8. Oooh some of those dishes sound intriguing - I'll have to pop back for the recipes. Have a good week

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    1. I'll be posting them up during the week :)

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