Weekly meal plan

Dec 20 2020


It is Christmas week.... How crazy is that! I want it to be festive and extra fun this year. I think the kids really need that with everything going on! I will make soup twice this week just to keep it casual the day before Christmas Eve.

Monday: Acorn squash soup. This is based on the butternut squash soup from my blog. I will proceed to roast the veggies the same way with the skin on. It is much easier to do it this way. I will add my usually little toasts or crackers to give it some texture and make everyone happy.

Tuesday: Chicken enchiladas. A classic  that is special request from my children. You can buy already made salsa and rotisserie chicken to skip some steps and make it super hands off and easy!

Wednesday: Chestnut soup and spinach and feta puffs. Feeling festive already and these 2 easy dishes will reflect that! I know we had soup on Monday already but why not... After all I am the one cooking so I get to decide:)

Thursday Crusted salmon, celery root purée, braised endives and Bûche de Noël. Making a feast for Christmas eve and all is on the website... The bûche will come on the blog on Monday if you want to check it out... It is fun to bake together as a family.... I am sharing a simplified version that still gives the waow effect!! Most recipes are from my cookbook....

Friday: Veggie pot pie. This is also from my holiday cookbook, it is still festive for Christmas day but can be made ahead of time and baked at the last minute. I mean you need time to drink champagne and open up presents and cooking should be the last thing on your mind..... Well it is doable with this one. If you haven't got my cookbook yet, you can go on amazon and get it there.....

Saturday: Shrimps and farro salad. Shrimps cook in 5 minutes and part cooked faro can be ready in less than 10 minutes. If you use frozen veggies it also shortens cooking time here... I mean, do I need to say more?

Sunday: Asian glass noodles with crispy tofu. I am making the tofu in my air fryer to speed the process up... If you did not ask for it to Santa don't worry, the recipe I share happens in the oven:)

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