Monday, April 14, 2008

Weekly Menu - 4/14 - 4/18/08

Ok, enough with the sweets & on with this week's Menu Planning Monday!

Oyster Beef & Broccoli Stir Fry - RESULT - This is a dish I like to order out & this recipe comes really close to the flavor in a restaurant.
Baked Chicken Parmesan - Using some leftover tomato basil sauce. - RESULT - Wow, did this turn out good. We'll be adding this to the list of things we make over & over again.
Creamy Chicken Wild Rice Soup - Matt would have this every week.
Creamy chicken wild rice soup
Baked Sausage Pasta - Using homemade Italian sausage & leftover tomato vodka sauce. - RESULT - Cheesy sausage goodness!
BBQ Ribs & Sweet Potatoes - Going the cheaters route on this one & bought some ribs that just need to be heated.

This week's cupcake will be Swedish Lingonberry - RESULT - A really good cupcake, I especially liked the cardamom flavor in it, but the frosting was a problem.

As usual check back through the week for the recipes & results.

5 comments:

Daily Mish Mash said...

That soup looks so delicious. Can't wait to try it!

Neen said...

Swedish lingonberry cupcake... I'm excited! My Mom just brought us lingonberry jam from Ikea last week and we've been doing serious damage to it. Cupcakes could be an intriguing way to channel that deliciousness.

A Juggling Mum said...

Great menu, everything sounds so good :) Thanks for the recipes too!

Have a great week!

Rachel xxx
A Juggling Mum

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kat said...

Neen - They turned out really good except for the frosting. I'll post the recipe tomorrow.

Nicolette (Nikki) Miller-Ka said...

I haven't had dinner and your soup looks so great to me right now. Too bad wild rice takes so long to cook!!

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