Last week's menu was a success, at least the dinners were. The Parmesan sage pork chops went over quite well as did the mac-n-cheese with Conecuh sausage. What also went over well were the potatoes I made to go with the pork chops. For those, I went with was easy, microwaved scalloped potatoes, a recipe my grandmother shared with me may years ago. Below this week's menu you'll find my instructions for these potatoes.
As far as this week's menu, we are repeating a bunch of the lunches from last week since we didn't get to them. Instead, we ate leftovers (we really did love the menu last week), and then I got sick (causing the menu to get left in the dust.) Since I am still sickly, the menu for this week is rather lazy as well. I do apologize!!
I'm an Organizing Junkie's Menu Plan Monday for this week!
L: Bean burritos
D: Ham and Potato Soup
L: Turkey Sandwiches
D: Our anniversary (out to eat)
L: Tuna Noodles
D: Hamburger Helper, green beans
L: Ham and Cheese quesidillas
D: Hope in Mobile
L: Soup and grilled cheese
D: Pat has a gig
B: Pumpkin bread
D: Rotisserie Chicken, Mashed potatoes, peas
B: Eggs, bacon, toast
L: Chicken salad roll-up
Now for the instruction on those yummy potatoes
Easy, Microwave Scalloped Potatoes
Potatoes (any kind, I like red ones myself)
Salt & Pepper
4. Repeat layers of potatoes and onions/spices until you reach the top of the dish. Before adding the onions/spices to the top layer; pour about 1/4 cup of milk over the whole thing.
*Cheese and other spices can easily be added to this dish to make it to your own taste
So that's it for today. I'm going to get back to nursing my cold and trying to get back up to speed. Here's hoping!
Meal Plan Oct 11 and Easy, Microwave Scalloped Potato Recipe
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i could seriously live on scalloped potatoes.ReplyDelete
now i'm hungry!
Oh. . and these are sooooo easy!!!ReplyDelete