What’s Cooking – Menu for the Week

Hi!  This week, I am starting this challenge to kick-start our dinner routine in the New Year – 7 new recipes in 14 days.  Here goes this week:

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{Image via Dinner: A Love Story}

Sunday (New Recipe): Split Pea Soup with the leftover Christmas ham bone, crusty bread, simple salad.  This was really good!

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{Image via MyRecipes.com}

Monday: Cooking Light Southwest Sausage and Rice and veggie platter with dip.

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Tuesday: Giada’s Quick and Spicy Tomato Soup, superfast drop biscuits and Ceasar salad.

Wednesday (New Recipe): Baked Ziti with Sausage and Mushrooms (from Dinner: A Love Story cookbook).

Beef & Broccoli

{Image via Emily Bites}

Thursday (New Recipe): Emily Bites Slow Cooker Beef and Broccolirice.

Friday: Cooking Light Turkey Tetrazzini, Greek salad.  

Saturday: Out of Town

What’s for supper at your house this week?  I would love for you to share your favorite quick and easy dinner recipes.  I need 4 more new recipes next week to complete the challenge!

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2 responses to “What’s Cooking – Menu for the Week

  1. HI Ada-Marie, I’m always up for a new and yummy recipe. So funny – I visit DALS often and just this past weekend, I was catching up on her blog posts and I saw one of your recommended recipes. I was like, “Hey, is that the Ada-Marie I know?” So funny. The blogging world is so cool like that. Don’t you love DALS – it has been such a lifesaver for us when I’m completely clueless as to what to make for dinner! :)

  2. Great idea! My favorite easy & delicious recipe:
    Thai pork w/ peanut sauce

    Ingredients:
    Pork tenderloin
    2 red peppers
    ½ – ¾ cup teriyaki sauce (depending on how big the pork tenderloins are)
    2 tablespoons rice vinegar
    1 teaspoon red pepper flakes (optional)
    2 cloves garlic, minced or 2 teaspoons +/- garlic powder
    ¼ – ½ cup peanut butter
    Lime juice
    Crushed peanuts

    1. Slice the red peppers into strips
    2. Put the pork, peppers, teriyaki, rice vinegar, red pepper flakes, and garlic into cooker
    3. Cover and cook on low for about 8 hours (or on high for about 6 hours)
    4. Remove pork from cooker and cut / pull apart pork.
    5. Add peanut butter to the liquid in the cooker, and stir well to melt and blend the peanut butter.
    6. Return pork to sauce and mix together
    7. Serve over rice
    8. Top with a squirt of lime juice and crushed peanuts

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