Planning your meals ahead definitely saves time and money and yes of-course your sanity too. We at Archana’s kitchen bring you a delicious road map to a week of easy, no-repeat meals which will make your life easier. We know deciding every day’s meal is a difficult task, therefore we bring you a variety of recipes which includes South Indian, Rajasthani, Gujarati and many more recipes from different cuisines.
Shop your groceries and stock them for the week and use these ideas and recipes which will help you in cooking everyday. Happy cooking!
Breakfast - Poori and Saagu
Poori and sagu is the best way to start your morning breakfast.
Lunch - Mixed Rice
Mixed rice is very easy to make and it taste delicious as well.
Dinner - Dosa, Sambar & Chutney
You can keep your dinner simple with just crispy dosa, tangy sambar and chilli chutney by the side.
Breakfast - Oats and Fruits
As morning starts with a hussle you can make this quick and simple breakfast and keep it nutritious.
Lunch - Biryani and Raita
Hyderabadi vegetable biryani is so comforting to have it for your lunch with a refreshing raita.
Dinner - One Dish Meal
One dish meal is always the best way to end your day.
Breakfast - Eggs for Breakfast
Omelette is rich in High protein and you can pair it up with a smoothie to make it a complete meal.
Lunch - Rajasthani Cuisine
A delicious lunch with curry and raita to keep it simple and tasty.
Breakfast - One dish Breakfast
Muramura or Puffed Rice is a very healthy way to add it to your breakfast.
Lunch - North Indian Lunch
Thepla is a healthy Indian bread that can be served along with Aloo subzi and Moong dal.
Breakfast - Sandwich and Juice
Sandwich can be made in no time and it does not need much of cooking.
Lunch - A filling Lunch
Dal is rich in high protein so it is very important to add in your everyday diet.
Dinner - Idli and Sambar
These foxtail mini idlis are tasty as well as healthy too.
Breakfast - Millets for Breakfast
Millets should be included in your everyday diet that will help in giving you enough fiber and Protein content.
Lunch - South Indian Lunch
A flavour packed sambar and broccoli poriyal with steamed rice is a comforting lunch to have.
Breakfast - Sunday Special Breakfast
Sunday Special breakfast can be done with cheesy aloo stuffed Paratha and fresh home made curd.
Lunch - Pav Bhaji and Fruit Salad
Treat yourself this sunday with cheesy pav bhaji and end it with a fruit salad.
Dinner - One dish meal
You can have a comforting thai curry with some red rice as your weekend special.