We are back with our new Weekly Meal Plan that has some easy to make and everyday recipes for your meal. This Weekly Meal Plan has recipes such as Broccoli Rava Idli, Sindhi Dal Pakwan, Apple Whole Wheat Vanilla Pancakes, Sprouted Kollu Sambar, Hyderabadi Shahi Mixed Vegetable Curry, Spicy Avocado Scrambled Eggs, Khatta Meetha Lauki, Soya Pulav, Boondi Raita, Moong Dal Palak Cheela, Lal Maas Biryani, Burani Raita, Corn And Peas Curry, Tamatari Chole and much more.
For Saturday Dinner Meal, we have planned a Indo Chinese meal which will be loved by your friends and family. It has recipes such as Schezwan Style Chinese Veg Samosa and Vegetarian Chinese Sizzler With Noodles and Momos. For dessert, we have a Chinese Darsaan Recipe With Ice Cream which tastes delicious with this meal.
Some tips you can follow for this Week's Meal Plan:
- Make your chutneys beforehand and store it in the fridge for 3 to 4 days. You can also make fresh instant pickles every week to serve with your meals.
- Eat in small portions and make sure you have different food on your plate, it helps you to maintain your weight and keeps you healthy.
- You can keep the Phulka and Paratha dough ready in the fridge the night before for the next day.
- If you are cutting onions early than your meal time, then put them in water so that it remains fresh till you use them.
Swipe through and get to see the meal plan menu for each day from monday to sunday !
Breakfast - Upma and Chai
We all love Bhel, but have you ever tried making Upma using the same Puffed Rice. If no, then do give this Uggani or Puffed Rice Upma a try. You can also add vegetables of your choice in this Upma to make it more delicious. Serve it along with Masala Chai.
Lunch - Dal, Sabzi and Paratha
A delicious Sindhi meal, that has a Dal, Karela Sabzi and Tawa Paratha. To add more nutrition, we have a Peanut Cucumber Salad.
Breakfast - Idli, Chutney and Coffee
This Broccoli Rava Idli is a great way to feed Broccoli to your kids. Serve it with Red Chilli Coconut Chutney, Peanut Podi and Filter Coffee. You can make this Peanut Podi and store for a month in the fridge.
Lunch - Curry, Raita and Phulka
Corn and Peas Curry, a simple Curry recipe that can be made for your everyday meals. Serve it along with Boiled Peanut Raita and Phulka.
Breakfast - Dhokla, Chutney and Chai
If you are looking for something that is easy to make and delicious to eat, then make this Pudina Sooji And Oats Dhokla. Serve it with Green Chutney and Adrak Chai.
Lunch - Rajasthani Lunch
This Summer make this kadhi, which will satisfy your taste buds. Chana is also used in this Kadhi, which makes it more delicious. Serve it along with Jodhpuri Aloo, Jowar Roti and Methi Sprouts Salad.
Breakfast - Pancakes and Coffee
Apple Vanilla Pancakes will make your day brighter and they are healthy too! Serve it along with Espresso Coffee.
Lunch - South Indian Lunch
Simple and satisfying, you can give this South Indian meal a try. Serve this high protein Kollu Sambar along with Raw Jackfruit Poriyal, Steamed Rice and Elai Vadam.
Breakfast - Scrambled Eggs and Toast
Easy to make and full of nutrition, this Spicy Avocado Scrambled Eggs makes for a perfect weekday breakfast. Serve it with a fresh Orange Juice.
Lunch - Curry, Raita and Phulka
If you are bored of your regular Lauki Sabzi, then do try this Khatta Meetha Lauki for your weekday Lunch. Serve it along with Dill Cucumber Raita and Phulka.
Breakfast - Dal Pakwan and Chai
Crispy Puris, topped over with Dal, Chutneys and sliced Onions, make this Sindhi recipe for a delicious weekend breakfast. Serve it with a hot cup of Masala Chai.
Lunch - Pulav and Raita
Soya Pilaf and Pulav, a simple and easy to make Pulav that can get ready in no time. Serve it along with Boondi Raita and Papad.
Breakfast - Cheela, Chutney and Tea
High in Protein and Iron, this Cheela is perfect for your lazy Sunday Breakfast. Serve it along with Green Chutney and Pepper Tea.
Lunch - Dal, Sabzi, Aamras and Phulka
A simple and delicious meal for your Sunday Lunch. make this Dhaba Style Dal Fry along with Kadai Paneer and Phulka. Make this Aamras, as the mango is in season and it will also give you some relief from this scorching heat.