What are you having for tea tonight?

(28 Posts)
Jayne266 Mon 25-Feb-13 09:59:36

Am running out of ideas/motivation I meal plan and wanted some inspiration.

Thank you.

You have just remindee me thatthe spag bol needs to go in the slow cooker! smile

I have no idea. I am fed up cooking the same stuff over and over and over.

Not very inspiring though.

You just reminded me to get the beef out of the freezer, thanks! smile we're having beef stew & dumplings tonight.

FrankWippery Mon 25-Feb-13 10:30:27

Irish stew that I made yesterday so it would be at its yummiest today. Followed by cake as it's DD3's 4th birthday today.

Twitterqueen Mon 25-Feb-13 10:37:17

Toad in the hole. Bought some lovely organic sausages from local place yesterday. Would normally put them with kidney beans / lentils & tomato passata but because they're organic I want to actually taste the pig!

With mushy peas as D2 just got her brace fitted.

TomDaleysTrunks Mon 25-Feb-13 10:40:25

Meat free Monday in our house so spicy quorn sausage and bean casserole with cabbage and rice. It's yum!

IncogKNEEto Mon 25-Feb-13 10:41:26

Homemade pork and apple burgers with chips.

MrBloomsCherry Mon 25-Feb-13 10:42:34

Chicken and mushroom tortellini, cheese sauce, garlic bread, broccoli and maybe a corn in the cob for the dc

JiltedJohnsJulie Mon 25-Feb-13 12:44:14

Left over roast dinner. DC are eating out and will probably cook DH something quick like an omelette when he eventually gets home.

multitask Mon 25-Feb-13 12:44:43

Huge pot of vegan chili made yesterday so in agreement with Frankwippery it will be even more gorgeous today, serving with baked tortillia bowl and salad smile

Tomorrow I have made mediteranian stuffed cabbage leaves, stuffed with brown lentils, rice, olives, raisins, onions & peppers served on rice with a spicy tomato sauce.

Wednesday is Polish vegetable soup with home baked 7 seed bread.

Thursday is our monthly gourment night (not as chaotic as Fawley Towers) and we are having a belated Chinese New Year with, wonton soup with Jamie O's steamed coconut buns, sweet sour veg, ginger spiced beef for the carnivores, Con You Bing (scallion pancakes/flatbread), fried rice & plain rice, prawn crackers, for dessert we're having a chinese fruit salad including lychees a huge big tin of them (thank you Lidl) and fortune cookies smile

Friday will be ^ leftovers.

Saturday homemade pizza

Sunday - undecided yet.

Very proud that I have managed to meal plan this week and am ahead of myself in preparation smile Just hope I can keep this up!!

TheSecondComing Mon 25-Feb-13 12:46:31

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ISingSoprano Mon 25-Feb-13 12:48:07

Chicken curry. Homemade. Of course. grin

Pork chops, mash & veg. Uninspiring but okay

onthemetro Mon 25-Feb-13 12:56:03

Gammon steak with new potatoes and lots of salad smile

JamNan Mon 25-Feb-13 13:02:18

Chard quiche (out the freezer), new potatoes, coleslaw and green salad.

chubbachops Mon 25-Feb-13 14:20:40

were having tuna pasta bake tonight,
ham in DR pepper tomorrow,
chicken casserole Wednesday.
minty lamb chops with wedges and corn on the cob Thursday.

Red lentil.and chirizo soup - from April good food magazine
Tues- cottage pie
Wednesday- sausage pasta bake
Thursday- Mediterranean Cous cous, titan ottengetti made it on a program last night, if I didn't have ingredient going off I'd have had this today!
Friday- egg and chips, to celebrate chickens laying againgrin
Saturday- pork meatballs in a miso broth
Sunday- whatever is in the oopsie islewink

Samu2 Mon 25-Feb-13 17:11:21

We had chicken cobbler with steamed cabbage.

Hulababy Mon 25-Feb-13 17:15:15

(Shop bought) salmon encroute with steamed veg.

I normally menu plan and try to cook properly during the week but was away on holiday til yesterday, so still a bit weary and jetlagged and can't be bothered!

Vagazzled Mon 25-Feb-13 17:15:25

Roast chicken and veg grin

SpeckleDust Mon 25-Feb-13 17:17:02

Butternut squash Thai red curry with mange tous.

Jojobump1986 Mon 25-Feb-13 20:19:53

This. It's seriously yummy & even my mushroom-hating toddler enjoyed it, although I think it's the texture he dislikes & it was pretty well blended! smile

kiwigirl42 Mon 25-Feb-13 20:37:45

I've just had chicken curry, home made. I used this yellow curry paste for the first time with a tiny tin of coconut milk and a tin of tomatoes (fried the chicken off with an onion and added coriander at the end). It was truely delicious and as good if not better than take a way. Will put some spinach in next time and it will be more than perfect.

I ate too much and feel sick now

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