The menu of the week for the 3rd of August!
This menu of the week is a mix of vegetarian and non vegetarian food which takes into account the seasonal produce as well!
I try and keep my breakfast as varied as I can and try and put in some proteins in it. Whether it is paneer or eggs, something that will keep the body going! Even cheese is a great protein option! This paneer and pesto french toast is really fast to make if you have some pesto sauce already made at home. You can try different kinds of pesto sauces whether it is the spinach one or the avocado one. And paranthas are always my go-to recipes when I am running out of anything else to make.
Stuffed peas paranthas are really easy to make. Whether you are making them with fresh green peas or frozen green peas, the taste is awesome. And I have realised that paranthas are the best way to make everyone eat vegetables. No really, even if you have adults who have aversion to certain vegetables, just pop them into paranthas and you have them eating them in no time.
Another dish I usually do try and incorporate in my daily diet is curd. Curd is an excellent source of calcium and if you don’t want to eat it as is, try adding some honey or molagapodi to it. Awesome, it tastes 🙂
This weekly menu has dishes from all parts of India and world. I do try and keep a mix of cuisines through the week, so that no one gets bored of a single type of food. While I usually don’t add any sweets to the weekly menu, I do end up making some occasionally for that indulgence.
What’s a hung curd sandwich? Would love to know more 🙂
Missed adding the link. here is the recipe. very very very old post so forger the bad picture
Thank you 🙂 will check it out! I love how you plan your weekly menu! So much to learn!
thank you Parul 🙂
I can’t wait to the Gongura Chicken recipe – it one of favourite Andhra dishes! You have a wonderful menu here, Monika… excited to see the pics.