Real Food Menu for Week of 3.15.2021
I’ve recently learned about colcannon for St. Patrick’s day and I’ve gotta say, I’m intrigued, but skeptical. My concerns are threefold. Will the combination of cabbage and potatoes ruin perfectly good potatoes? Will the potatoes ruin perfectly good cabbage? If I fry up the leftovers, have I actually made Bubble & Squeak? So many questions.
On my friend Sue’s suggestion, we’ll try this little Irish goodie for dinner on St. Pat’s with that steak tagliata. Here’s what we’re eating the rest of the week:
Pumpkin Spice Overnight Oats – When berries aren’t in season, these oats are a nice breakfast option. They’re great eaten cold with a dollop of Greek yogurt and a sprinkle of cinnamon, or heat and eat minus the toppings.
Slow Cooker Cabbage Roll Soup – While we’re on a cabbage roll….(heh. see what I did there?)
All the flavors, none of that pesky stuffing and rolling cabbage leaves. This soup stores and reheats well. The recipe says it yields 12 servings. Maybe if you’re feeding tiny people? This makes 8 hearty bowls of soup.
Curry Roasted Carrots (new Recipe!) Here’s a flavor combo we haven’t tried before. Why not give it a whirl? We love curry and we love roasted veggies. Turns out, it’s delicious!
We’ll serve it with this salmon:
Chop Chop Fresh Veggie Salad – So crunchy and fresh! I love that these veggies are available year round, so we don’t have to wait for garden produce to enjoy this salad.
Sliced Steak Tagliata – This delicious steak dinner is super simple to prepare and would make a nice meal for foodie guests. It looks fancier than it is. Instead of sweet potato fries, we’re giving a side of colcannon a try.
Veggie Packed Fried Rice – New Recipe! Coconut aminos or gluten-free tamari are good substitutes for soy sauce. Whatever sauce you use, reserve a little to drizzle on top when serving.
Popcorn, bananas, apples, grapes and cucumber slices with hummus.
Chocolate Chip Chickpea Blondies – I was recently chatting with a friend about how I sneak chickpeas by Mr. Arthur’s discerning palate. This treat is one of those ways. We like these blondies with Lily’s chocolate chips.
I hope your week is a happy one, filled with only pleasant shenanigans!
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