Meal Plan 11/14

Nov 14 2021

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Is anyone else super excited about Thanksgiving? I am beyond ready to cook, bake and eat all the yummy food... I am testing some recipes  this week that would be perfect for thanksgiving. I will share them on my instagram stories and posts! I am making a savory galette that would make a great Thanksgiving appetizer or an easy dinner for 2. I also have a sweet potato-zucchini gratin that should be an amazing side dish!! A couple of salads as well and a breakfast with persimmons... All good things, be sure to check my instagram for more details!!

Monday: White bean and kale soup.  Monday night soup as always! Even though it is a 100 degrees here, I am still making soup.... I am willing the colder weather to come our way by making fall/wintery food.

Tuesday: Savory Thanksgiving galette  I making this and sharing so you can see how easy and absolutely delicious it is. I am using store bought dough as a shortcut.... I promise you that this might become a statement on your Holiday menu! This goat cheese and squash recipe is good one if you cannot wait for Tuesday.

Wednesday: Squash ravioli with a brown butter sage sauce. I bought these beautiful ravioli at the farmers market today that I will simply prepare with a brown butter sage sauce ( that I use with my ricotta gnocchi) and roast some broccoli on the side and maybe make a crispy prosciutto salad.

Thursday: Moroccan chicken with sweet potato-zucchini gratin. I will use the same kind of favors from my recipe from the blog but will only make the chicken from it not the couscous.  Marinate the chicken with paprika, cumin, coriander, garlic and a tiny bit of cinnamon and then roast it. The veggie side is a new recipe that I will share with you guys that day! This is might also become a Holiday statement, it is quite original, super healthy, satisfying and so yummy! Check my Insta on Thursday for recipe!

Friday: Fried rice with shrimps. I am going to keep dinners super casual starting now so I can start focusing on Thanksgiving prep.

Saturday: Poke bowls. I just need to chop the veggies, put the rice in my rice cooker, and season the fish... I might make 2 versions: salmon and tuna!

Sunday: Quiche and Sunday night salad. I love this recipe and so does everyone in my family. The best part of it is that it is very easy to make and can be updated depending on what you have in your fridge!

 

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