It’s time to start thinking about your meal plan for next week. From 15-minute noodles to Filipino-Style Picadillo, we’ve got five dinners that will get you through the busy week ahead. So grab a pen, make your shopping list, and stock up before the weekend’s over. And if it’s easier for you to do that from your inbox, be sure to sign up for our weekly meal plan emails.
If sweet and spicy BBQ sauce slathered protein alongside a roasted sweet potato and plantains sounds just right, this Roasted Plantain and BBQ Chickpea Vegan Bowl at Orchids and Sweet Tea is the perfect thing to make for #MeatlessMonday. Sure, your family was probably hoping for BBQ chicken and tons of melted butter on that potato, but with all the flavor packed into this meal, they’ll forget in no time. Trust me: everyone will leave the table satisfied.
You really can’t go wrong with a recipe that preps in 5 minutes and cooks in barely more, but on top of it, these 15-Minute Stir-Fried Shrimp Shirataki Noodles at What To Cook Today are light and healthy too. Plus, they make perfect use of carb-free shirataki noodles, which I’m always dying to try. Finally, the perfect recipe!
It’s officially grilling season and that means many weeks of burgers ahead. Instead of going for traditional beef burgers out of the gate, I’m opting for these delicious, healthier Mediterranean-style Chicken, Feta, and Spinach Burger with Tzatziki Sauce at Cooks With Soul this week. Tasty, and all that spinach packed into the patty so little ones don’t have to necessarily know. Or at least care — because burgers win.
Liren at Kitchen Confidante explains that these Filipino-Style Picadillo Bowls are a comfort food dish in the Philippines. I love that you can introduce a new dish — and possibly even a new cuisine — like this to your family that’s chock full of flavor and veggies in just 30 minute total. A major weeknight dinner win.
It’s been grey and rainy all week in NYC and though I don’t know what next week has in store, I’m meal planning for summer weather — come rain or shine. That means I’m firing up the grill again on Friday for hot dogs. But plain dawgs just won’t do, which is why I’m bookmarking these homemade hot dog toppings at Jelly Toast. You can make all three toppings, just two, or even just one. No matter what, they’ll make Friday more fun.