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Weekly Meal Plan: Week 15

A week of flavours from around the world!

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Weekly Meal Plan: Week 15

A week of flavours from around the world!

Weekly Meal Plan: Week 15 | DonalSkehan.com, A week of flavours from around the world!
Monday, April 16, 2018
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Thrilled to hear you’re enjoying my new weekly meal plans! If you’ve been cooking through the recipes make sure to snap a picture and post it to social media using the hashtag #DonalDinners! Enjoy!

Thrilled to hear you’re enjoying my new weekly meal plans! If you’ve been cooking through the recipes make sure to snap a picture and post it to social media using the hashtag #DonalDinners! Enjoy!

MONDAY: Orange Chicken with Fried Rice

Step away from the takeaway menu! This Chinese favourite is easy enough to make at home. With bitesized pieces of chicken, cooked until golden brown, bright, tangy sauce made with orange juice and fried rice it’s the perfect way to start your week. It’s also a great way of using up any leftover rice you have lurking around.

Get the recipe here: Orange Chicken with Fried Rice

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MONDAY: Orange Chicken with Fried Rice

Step away from the takeaway menu! This Chinese favourite is easy enough to make at home. With bitesized pieces of chicken, cooked until golden brown, bright, tangy sauce made with orange juice and fried rice it’s the perfect way to start your week. It’s also a great way of using up any leftover rice you have lurking around.

Get the recipe here: Orange Chicken with Fried Rice

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TUESDAY: Spaghetti All’Arrabiata

The name of this dish refers to the “angry” heat of the chilli in it. My version won’t blow your socks off but of course, you can add more or less chilli flakes depending on your taste. This pasta recipe is a great one to have up your sleeve – made almost entirely from storecupboard ingredients (aside from the finishing sprinkle of Parmesan) and super-quick yet with a satisfying depth of flavour.

Get the recipe here: Spaghetti All’Arrabiata

TUESDAY: Spaghetti All’Arrabiata

The name of this dish refers to the “angry” heat of the chilli in it. My version won’t blow your socks off but of course, you can add more or less chilli flakes depending on your taste. This pasta recipe is a great one to have up your sleeve – made almost entirely from storecupboard ingredients (aside from the finishing sprinkle of Parmesan) and super-quick yet with a satisfying depth of flavour.

Get the recipe here: Spaghetti All’Arrabiata

WEDNESDAY: Roast Cauliflower and Falafel Bowl

Rice bowls, salad bowls, and indeed falafel bowls are common on the brunch and lunch menu’s of Los Angeles’s restaurants. A bowl filled with fresh vegetables and plenty of good things can’t be wrong, right? This falafel bowl features spiced mini falafels, roast cauliflower, spiced yoghurt and a crunchy salad.

Get the recipe here: Roast Cauliflower and Falafel Bowl

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WEDNESDAY: Roast Cauliflower and Falafel Bowl

Rice bowls, salad bowls, and indeed falafel bowls are common on the brunch and lunch menu’s of Los Angeles’s restaurants. A bowl filled with fresh vegetables and plenty of good things can’t be wrong, right? This falafel bowl features spiced mini falafels, roast cauliflower, spiced yoghurt and a crunchy salad.

Get the recipe here: Roast Cauliflower and Falafel Bowl

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THURSDAY: Bi Bim Bap

If you only know one Korean recipe then it’s probably this one and for good reason – the mixed rice bowl with subtle spice, a mix of vegetables, meat (or seafood) and a fried egg makes for great comfort food without weighing you down. The other lovely thing about the dish is, once you’ve got a few of the seasonings in your kitchen, you can make endless variations of Bi Bim Bap, depending on what you have in the fridge.

Get the recipe here: Bi Bim Bap

THURSDAY: Bi Bim Bap

If you only know one Korean recipe then it’s probably this one and for good reason – the mixed rice bowl with subtle spice, a mix of vegetables, meat (or seafood) and a fried egg makes for great comfort food without weighing you down. The other lovely thing about the dish is, once you’ve got a few of the seasonings in your kitchen, you can make endless variations of Bi Bim Bap, depending on what you have in the fridge.

Get the recipe here: Bi Bim Bap

FRIDAY: Dan Dan Noodles

A recipe with as many variations as an Irish stew, dan dan noodles are a classic of Chinese Sichuan cuisine. The core of the recipe consists of noodles, a spicy peanut sauce and minced pork. You can find udon noodles vacuum packed in most Asian stores.

Get the recipe here: Dan Dan Noodles 

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FRIDAY: Dan Dan Noodles

A recipe with as many variations as an Irish stew, dan dan noodles are a classic of Chinese Sichuan cuisine. The core of the recipe consists of noodles, a spicy peanut sauce and minced pork. You can find udon noodles vacuum packed in most Asian stores.

Get the recipe here: Dan Dan Noodles 

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