Weekly Meal Plan - Spicy Potato Sandwich, Soya Methi Palak Ki Sabzi And Much More

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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 Spicy Grilled Potato Sandwich, Soya Methi Palak Ki Sabzi, Dhaba Green Style Dal Makhani, One Pot Chickpea And Brinjal Curry, Ghee Roast Dosa, Manipuri Style Chak Angouba, Bengali Style Cholar Dal, Oats, Peas and Tofu Stuffed Paratha, Paneer Peshawari, Onion Raita, Raw Mango Sambar, Gujarati Kadhi, Kasuri Methi Chole, Hyderabadi Bagara Baingan, Mushroom Masala Cheese Omelette, Aloo Rasawala, Puri, Aamras and much more.

For this Saturday Dinner, we have a lip smacking and easy to make Thai Meal that will surely satisfy your taste buds and even your kids will love it. This meal has recipes such as Thai Raw Papaya Salad With Lemon Peanut And Honey Dressing, Thai Pineapple Vegetarian Curry, Thai Chicken Massaman Curry and Thai Jasmine Sticky Rice. For dessert, we have Rich Chocolate Cheesecake which are just mouth watering and one cant stop at just one bar.

Some tips you can follow for this Week's Meal Plan:

  1. You can make onion, ginger and garlic paste in advance, store it in fridge and use it for 3 to 4 days.
  2. 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.
  3. Plan your meals and buy your groceries for the week, so that it is available in your fridge when you need them.
  4. 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.

Swipe through and get to see the meal plan menu for each day from monday to sunday !

Breakfast - Dhokla and Chai

Looking for a delicious and light breakfast, then make this Gujarat Khaman Dhokla and serve it along with a strong cup of Adrak Chai.

Lunch - Dal, Sabzi and Roti

Craving for some Dhaba food? Then give this Dhaba Style Green Moong Dal Makhani a try and serve it along with Kali Mirch Aloo Bhindi Sabzi and Jowar Atta Roti.

Dinner - Curry, Rice And Salad

Chickpea Curry and Rice combination can never go wrong, therefore make this One Pot Chickpea and Brinjal Curry Along with Jeera Rice and Kachumber Salad.

Breakfast - South Indian Breakfast

The most comforting breakfast for a weekday can be Ghee Roast Dosa along with some Sambar and Chutney. To top it all, serve this South Indian Breakfast with a cup of Filter Coffee.

Lunch - Curry, Aamras and Paratha

Filled with Iron and Protein, this Soya Methi Palak is a nutritious dish for your everyday meal. You can serve it along with Aamras And Tawa Paratha.

Dinner - Pulao and Raita

Filled with the goodness of vegetables, you can make this Manipuri Style Vegetable Pulao and serve it along with Boondi Raita.

Breakfast - Sandwich and Juice

If you like Mumbai Style Street Sandwich, then you should give this Grilled Spicy Potato Sandwich a try. You can boil the potatoes beforehand and store in fridge, so that you just have to make masala and sandwich in the morning. Serve it along with a refreshing juice.

Lunch - Bengali Lunch

A simple and satisfying Bengali Lunch, that you can make for your everyday meals. It has Dal, Bhaja and Steamed Rice. We have also added a Beet Salad to make this meal more nutritious. 

Dinner - Stuffed Paratha

Oats, Peas and Tofu, have you ever tried this delicious and healthy high protein combination that you can stuff in your Parathas. If not, make these Stuffed Parathas and serve it along with Green Chilli Pickle and Tadka Raita.

Breakfast - Poha and Chai

The most common breakfast dish that is made in almost all the North Indian households is Poha. Here, we have added Aloo in the Poha to give it crunch and extra taste. Serve it along with Masala Chai.

Lunch - Curry, Raita and Paratha

Make this delicious Paneer Peashawari for your lunch, which we find in most of the North Indian restaurant's menu and it is very easy to make. Serve it along with Onion Raita and Lachha Paratha.

Dinner - Gratin and Garlic Bread

An one pot meal is always a good idea for a busy weeknight dinner and as it is filled with cheese, it is also liked by your kids. Serve a Garlic Bread and a summer Salad by the side.

Breakfast - Uttapam, Chutney and Coffee

This is the easiest breakfast dish that you can make for your busy weekday mornings. You can make both Idli Dosa Batter and Podi during the weekend and store in fridge. Serve it along with Coconut Chutney.

Lunch - South Indian Meal

Nothing can beat a simple and comforting South Indian Lunch for a busy weekday. As Mangoes are in season, do give this Raw Mango Sambar a try along with Radish Thoran, Steamed Rice and Elai Vadam.

Dinner - Kadhi, Sabzi and Thepla

A simple Gujarati meal that will surely satisfy your taste buds. Serve this sweet and spicy Gujarati Kadhi along with Shaak and Thepla. You can also make these Theplas and store in fridge as they stay good for about a week.

Breakfast - Chole Kulche

How to make your Saturday better? Make these delicious Kasuri Methi Chole Along with Boondi Raita and Amritsari Kulcha. WE are sure your family will love this Punjabi meal for breakfast.

Lunch - Curry, Raita and Parotta

If you are bored of making your regular Baingan Curry, then you can give this Hyderabadi Bagara Baingan a try! Serve it along with Curry Leaf Raita and Malabar Parotta.

Dinner - Thai Meal

Want to enjoy a delicious Thai meal for your Saturday meal. For this meal, we have added a Veg Papaya Salad, two types of Curries along with Thai Jasmine Sticky Rice. Serve a Rich Chocolate Cheesecake along with this meal.

Breakfast - Omelette, Toast and Coffee

Omelette is one of the easiest breakfast that you can make for your lazy breakfast days. Here, we have made it more interesting by adding Cheese and Mushrooms in it. Serve it with a bread toast and Coffee. 

Lunch - Aloo Puri

This Aloo Puri combination with Aamras is a perfect meal for your Saturday Lunch. We are sure even your kids will love it.

Dinner - Stuffed Paratha

Everyone loves Aloo Paratha, but how about a healthy twist to it? Add some bathua leaves and make this Aloo Bathua Paratha and serve it along with Aam Ka Achaar and Boondi Raita.