Monday, May 11, 2009

Weekly Menu 5/10 - 5/15

We used the new rotisserie to make Moroccan-Spiced Chicken on the grill this weekend.
Moroccan Spiced Rotisserie Chicken
So, you'll be seeing those chicken leftovers in some of our dishes this week, along with the original recipe. While chicken is such a great deal for us because it ends up being at least four meals. We love how the chicken cooked on the rotisserie & can't wait to try it with other meats like lamb & beef.

Menu Planning Monday!

Lots of grilled things, let's hope the weather humors us....

Chicken Fajitas

Blue Cheese Stuffed Hamburgers with Grilled Spring Onions, Spinach Salad & Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Flat Bread Sandwiches - Using more of the leftover chicken & the dough from the grilled pizza

Molasses Brined Pork Chops with Corn Salsa - This one is such a winner. We'll be using corn we froze last summer in the salsa

Ramp & Sausage Risotto (or perhaps pasta I haven't decided)

We'll also be making a rhubarb tart & trying our hand at homemade farmhouse cheddar.

6 comments:

Maria said...

I really need to plan my meals better. Life has been so crazy lately. Glad you are going to eat well this week!

HungryinSW said...

Those flat bread sandwiches sound great. Your post just got me thinking about my grilled Moroccan chicken. I've got a great braised version too, but those days are gone for now! Thanks for the great recipe plans.

coleen~ said...

We have a rotisserie and love it! Lamb is especially great on it. I can't wait to for your Moraccan_Spiced Chicken recipe.

Maris said...

This looks really good and I am officially utterly and insanely jealous of your grill!

Dawn said...

Oh how you make the time for such wonderful meals--I wish I could as well. That's a menu I would kill for.

Ben said...

Looking at your weekly menu made me hungry. Let's pray to the fire gods so we have good weather for grilling this week :)

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