{MEAL PLAN} Nonna Minotto’s veal schnitzels

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

This is a guest post by Susan Austin from Frost Bite

I work three days a week in the city so we always have a freezer-friendly meal on my work days.

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This weeks meal plan

MONDAY – Pad Thai noodles with prawns and vegetables using Marion’s kit

TUESDAY – Barbequed thyme chicken, green beans, jacket potatoes

WEDNESDAY – Ratatouille, sausage and feta bake (frozen, defrosted then reheated), served with ciabatta bread (recipe available in the Frost Bite e-book)

THURSDAYSpinach and ricotta cannelloni (frozen, defrosted and cooked), served with a green salad

FRIDAY –  Nonna Minotto’s veal schnitzels (frozen, defrosted and cooked), served with coleslaw from the local deli and garlic bread

SATURDAY – Barbeque lamb fillets with mint yoghurt, plus roast potatoes and Fat Mole Salad (one of my favourite salads!)

SUNDAY – Leftovers

BAKING – Orange, chocolate and pistachio cake for morning tea at work (recipe will be available in the Frost Bite sweet book, available in late 2014), Anzac cookies for my daughters’ lunchboxes

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Spinach and Ricotta Cannelloni

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Anzac BiscuitsBarbequed thyme chicken

What is on your meal plan this week?

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Susan Austin is the author of four cookbooks, three published by New Holland Publishers and a newly launched e-book.  She is a busy mother, author, cook and part-time accountant and lives in Sydney.  Cooking is her favourite pastime but she also loves watching French movies, buying handbags online and  is a self-confessed jigsaw puzzle nerd.

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3 comments

Beth Macdonald September 7, 2014 - 8:39 PM

Thanks for the mention Susan (and Kat!) x

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Kakoli Das September 19, 2014 - 1:41 AM

I always wonder why your meal planning only includes one meal a day. I am an Indian, and a mother of two preschoolers. I have to plan breakfast, lunch, dinner, school snack box. On most days, there’s always something made specially kid friendly in all the meals in addition to the adult meal. Phew!! Isn’t that a lot ? What advice would you have for me ?

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife September 19, 2014 - 10:10 AM

Wow yes Kakoli that is a lot! I would suggest doing the same as you do for one meal only using the same method for all your meals.

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