New vegetarian weekly meal plan for 2

This week I have a new vegetarian weekly meal plan for 2. It has some new dishes and some things we used to eat when we ate meat. Veggie versions tho!

Meal Plans

Saturday 19th – Bao buns with crispy aubergine & cucumber pickle followed by Garlic chicken (quorn fillets) egg fried rice and stir fried veggies

Sunday 20th – Vegetarian roast dinner – Cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes, loads of vegetables, Yorkshire pudding and gravy.

Monday 21st – Brinner – Vegetarian sausages, home made facon, mushrooms, hash browns, baked beans, tomatoes, eggs and bread and butter.

Tuesday 22nd РDinner for one as Mr CK is at one of his geek squad networking meetings.Baked spud with cheese and beans.

Wednesday 23rd – Paneer tikka masalla, aloo sag, rice and naan. Plus Poppadoms, pickles, raita and kachumber.

Thursday 24th Р Mushroom and lentil hotpot with sides of broccoli, leeks and green beans.

Friday 25th – Curry night at the local veggie cafe.

Another 2 cookbooks have been added to my collection, Linda McCartney on tour and Jamie O’s America. I have already picked loads of things to make from both. I do love a charity shop bargain. Staying on the vegetarian meal plans is getting easier as we try new dishes and find new ingredients.

I can tell we are drifting into Autumn, the leaves on the trees are starting to change colour, there is a definite nip in the air some mornings and the moors are a wonderful sea of purple as the heather comes into flower.

Not a lot of news on the home front. The garden is still slowly growing, my squashes have flowers. The courgettes are still flowering so I am hoping to be able to harvest a few more before the cold kills them off. The tomatoes are teeny and green. There are also not many of them. So I do not think I will be making ketchup this year.

I’ll leave this post with my favourite picture from this week. A pair of kingfishers sitting outside my window.




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