Here is yet another Weekly Meal Plan, which is filled with some delicious and easy to make recipes such as Palak Dhania Dosa, Lehsuni Moong Dal Tadka, Onion Raita, Paneer Stuffed Ragi Paratha, Aloo Poha, Baby Corn Butter Masala, Ragi Wheat Phulka, Homemade Soft Idli, Whole Wheat Vegetable Chila, Gujarati Dal, Pumpkin Thoran, Dahi Wale Aloo and much more.
We also have a special Satuday Dinner meal planner just for you which you can make for your friends and familt. This week it is an Asian meal which includes Crispy Vegetable Tempura, Thai Raw Papaya Salad and Soto Ayam. To end the meal on a delicious note, we have a delicious Vietnamese dessert which is called Veitnamese Pitaya & Calamansi Sorbet which is made of Dragon fruit and small lime.
Some tips you can follow for this weeks meal plan:
- Soak the Dal and Rice for a few hours before making it, so that it takes less time to cook.
- Try and include Raita, Curd and Salad with your everyday meals for extra nutrition which is very important for your body.
- You can use leftover Idli and Rice to make many recipes. Also If you have leftover sabzis, make biryani or stuffed paratha using them.
- Shop your whole wheek grocerries, so that it becomes easy to cook your planned meals for the week.
Swipe through and get to see the meal plan menu for each day from monday to sunday !
Breakfast - Dosa, Chutney & Coffee
Flavour your regular dosa with coriander and spinach and make this delicious Palak Dhania Dosa. Serve it with chutney and filter coffee.
Lunch - Dal, Sabzi and Phulka
The Tadka in this dal enhances the taste and flavour of a simple Moong dal. Serve it with Bharwa Besan Mirch and Phulka. Also we have served Onion Raita, which makes this meal even more delicious.
Breakfast - Poha and Chai
Add Potatoes in your Poha to make it even more delicious and it also adds a crunch in the Poha. Serve it with a hot cup of Masala Tea.
Lunch - Curry, Raita and Phulka
If you love Paneer Butter Masala, you will love this one too which has baby corns. Serve it with Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita and Phulka.
Breakfast - Sandwich and Coffee
We all have tried Aloo sandwich but have you ever tried carrot peas sandwich. If not, do give this one a try and we are sure you will make it again and again. Serve it with Cold Coffee.
Lunch - Gujarati Meal
Try this simple and comforting Dal, Shaak and Phulka from Gujarati Cuisine. We have also served Khamang Kadhi, which is a delicious salad from Maharashtra.
Breakfast - Cheela, Chutney and Juice
Healthy and filled with the goodness of vegetables, serve this Whole Wheat Vegetable Chilla along with Green chutney and juice.
Lunch - South Indian Meal
Simple, comforting and even more delicious, try this South Indian meal of Sambar, Thoran and Steamed Rice. To complete the meal serve Elai Vadam, a South Indian papad and chaas with it.
Breakfast - Stuffed Paratha
We all know the health benefits of broccoli, therefore stuff it in your parathas and serve it to your family. Serve it with Curd and Green Tea to your family.
Lunch - Curry, Phulka and Salad
Add curd to your Aloo ki Sabzi to make it even more flavourful and delicious. Serve it with Jowar Atta Roti for that extra nutrition. You can also serve this Carrot Radish and Peanut Salad which makes this meal even more delicious.
Dinner - Mutton Curry, Rice and Halwa
This Kashmiri Style Mutton Curry is a treat for all the non veg lovers. Serve it with Jeera Rice and Tomato Onion Tadka Raita. For vegetarians, we have the h-so-popular Punjabi Chola which you can serve iwth Jeera Rice and Raita. To end the meal on a sweet note, serve Badam Ka halwa with it.
Breakfast - Gujarati Breakfast
Saturday is the best day to treat your family with a delicious and elaborate breakfast. And what can be better than a Gujarati Breakfast?
Lunch - Rajasthani Lunch
This is a speciality from Rajasthan which is made in every Marwari household. Serve it with Kachumber and Masala Chaas.
Dinner - Asian Meal
Surprise your friends and family with this delicious Asian meal for Saturday dinner which has an Indonesian Bowl. Vegetarians can use Tofu instead of Chicken. It is served with a salad and Tempura. This meal is completed with Vietnamese Pitaya & Calamansi Sorbet, which you can serve for desserts.
Breakfast - Upma & Coffee
Give a twist to your regular upma by adding tomatoes into it. Serve it with Hot Coffee Latte.
Lunch - Dal, Sabzi and Phulka
This Kathiywadi Adad Dal uses Ural dal which is cooked with spicy masala. Serve it with simple and comforting Turai Aloo Ki Sabzi and Ragi Wheat Phulka.