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    Default Weekly Meal Plan

    Starting tomorrow...

    Tuesday: Spaghetti and garlic bread

    Wednesday: Crockpot beef stew with carrots and potatoes over rice and biscuits

    Thursday: Ragu Sloppy Burgers & fries ( a new recipe I found in the grocery store haven't tried yet)

    Friday: Salmon stew

    Saturday: Chicken broccoli Alfredo and salad.


    Sunday: Potato Soup and cornbread

    Monday: Lemon chicken, mac n cheese, cabbage and a roll.

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    Default Re: Weekly Meal Plan

    Sounds great!! Thank you for sharing with us.

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    Default Re: Weekly Meal Plan

    Wow, your menu looks great!
    Your salmon stew intrigues me...gotta look into this.

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    Default Re: Weekly Meal Plan

    MrsPaws, Salmon stew is so yummy! I found the recipe online. I'll post it. I actually dice up a few potatoes and put in mine. It makes it heartier. It's great both ways though!

    Ingredients
    1 or 2 can(s) regular pink salmon deboned and skin removed but save the broth
    1 medium onion chopped small
    1 or 2 stick butter or margerine
    1 or 2 qt regular milk (canned evaporated milk can be substituted if you like it better)
    salt and pepper to taste

    Directions
    1
    In a small stew pot or dutch oven, melt your butter over medium low heat.
    2
    While your butter is melting, quarter the medium onion and chop it in a mini chopper so that it is chopped fine but not mushy.
    3
    Add the chopped onion to the butter and saute on med. heat until clear and soft.
    4
    Stir in the deboned and skinned salmon, mix well.
    5
    Slowly pour the milk in and the reserved broth if you want more of the salmon flavor, & reduce your heat to low so as not to scald it. Stir every few minutes until it is steaming and the stew is heated well.
    6
    Add salt and pepper to taste and serve while steaming hot.

    Here's the link if you need to save it or if you use pinch it.
    EXTRA EASY SALMON STEW Recipe | Just A Pinch Recipes

 

 

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