I am so excited to share this Weekly Meal Plan #2 with you. Last week, I published the first ever Weekly Meal Plan #1 and the responses have been very positive. Many readers cooked from my recipes and loved them.
I will make this a weekly feature. The Weekly Meal Plan will be published every Sunday, so make sure you check it out every Sunday to plan your delicious week ahead.
As I specialize in all kinds of cuisines, I will take you around the globe so you can eat healthy, enjoy delicious homemade meals, plus save a ton of money every week. Let’s go!
Monday – Shrimp Scampi Linguine
Shrimp Scampi Linguine is my favorite pasta ever because I love shrimp! You can get a 1-lb bag of frozen shrimp from Target, Trader Joe’s for about $9.90 or cheaper. Eating well is so important on Monday night.
Tuesday – Creamy Garlic Chicken
Creamy Garlic Chicken is absolutely delicious. It’s so easy to make and the sauce is slurp worthy.
I used chicken thighs, which is cheaper and budget-friendly. Just serve the chicken with plain spaghetti, or a loaf of French bread to sop up the creamy sauce!
Wednesday – Kung Pao Chicken
Let’s spice up hump day by transporting you to China. My Kung Pao Chicken recipe is absolutely awesome. You don’t have to deep-fry the chicken.
The spicy and savory Kung Pao Sauce will have you begging for more. Double up on the sauce if you like your chicken saucy.
Thursday – Apple Chicken Sausage Salad
You’re probably too tired to cook up a storm and just want something quick and easy, with store-bought ingredients.
This Apple Chicken Sausage Salad is easy, healthy and delicious. Add an extra or two apple chicken sausages for a more substantial meal.
Friday – No Cooking
Saturday – Garlic Chive Butter Steak
Open a bottle of your favorite red wine and enjoy this juicy steak. Pair it with the BEST mashed potatoes AKA Joël Robuchon’s Mashed Potatoes and enjoy steak restaurant’s dinner on a leisure Saturday night.
Side Dish – Joël Robuchon’s Mashed Potatoes
The BEST homemade mashed potatoes you’ll ever make. I guarantee you!
Sunday – Hawaiian Kalua Pork (Instant Pot)
You might want to cook up a pot of Hawaiian Kalua Pork so you can bring the leftover to work on Monday.
This recipe is super easy to make. Just dump everything into your Instant Pot or slow cooker (cook for 6 hours). Catch your favorite shows on TV while dinner is being cooked.