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September 23 - 29, 2012

Weekly Meal Plan: September 23 - 29, 2012  by RecipeTips.com

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Day 1

Dinner: 

Notes: The Multigrain Bread recipe can be replaced with your family%u2019s favorite bread if you do not want to make homemade bread.
Roasted Chicken with Vegetables

roasted chicken with vegetables

Moist roasted chicken seasoned with rosemary and thyme. And the vegetables soak up all the delicious juices from the chicken and seasonings to make perfect potatoes, carrots, zucchini and mushrooms. And everything cooked in the same pan makes cleanup easy.
Glazed Carrots with Brown Sugar and Orange Zest

glazed carrots with brown sugar and orange zest

The orange peel brings out a little freshness with the sweet brown sugar. This will finish off any meal, from chicken to pork to fish. Glazed carrots at their finest.
Mandarin Orange Lettuce Salad with Carmelized Almonds

mandarin orange lettuce salad with carmelized almonds

Caramelized almonds are a crispy addition to this salad. Great salad for entertaining.
Multigrain Bread

multigrain bread

Although it takes about 3 hours to produce home made bread (and much of this is rising time), it is not difficult--and the results are well worth the time spent. Makes one large or two small loaves.
Chocolate Cream Filled Puff Pastries

chocolate cream filled puff pastries

A light and fluffy chocolate filling surrounded by an airy-textured puff pastry--a delicious dessert or snack with coffee and tea.

Day 2

Dinner: 

Crockpot French Dip Sandwich

crockpot french dip sandwich

Are you feeding a crowd? Here's a great set-it-and-forget-it recipe that is full of flavor. There is just something about the Italian dressing that adds so much flavor to beef roast.
Best Frozen Corn

best frozen corn

The sweet flavor of sweet corn can be enjoyed year round with this amazing freezer corn recipe. Make a whole bunch and store in your freezer during those winter months.
Macaroni Cabbage Salad

macaroni cabbage salad

This macaroni salad feeds an army and is budget friendly. Great salad to bring to a potluck or entertaining guests on the patio.

Day 3

Dinner: 

Stuffed Pork Chops

stuffed pork chops

These pork chops are filled with a quick stuffing mixture that is full of the flavors of your favorite dressing. The sage and celery really come through and pair nicely with the pork chop.
Wild Rice Side Dish

wild rice side dish

For those people who have picky non-onion eaters, this is a great side dish. The onion adds great flavor but leaves no pieces of onion in the dish. Full of flavor this will be perfect next to your pork chops or fish.
Parmesan Roasted Broccoli

parmesan roasted broccoli

Broccoli roasted with garlic is a favorite among young and old. The best part is you put it in the oven and forget about it until 20 minutes later. The basil and lemon add a fresh flavor to the warm broccoli.

Day 4

Dinner: 

Simple Crab Pasta Salad

simple crab pasta salad

A quick-and-easy crab salad you can throw together when you need a tasty dish to serve. This salad can be served as a side dish or as a main course for a light and simple meal.
Italian Garlic Bread

italian garlic bread

Flavorful garlic bread that will add a little something special to your meal. Serve beside a bed of pasta or a salad.
Coconut Krispies

coconut krispies

Easy cookie to make with a crunchy outside and chewy center.

Day 5

Dinner: 

Parmesan Tilapia

parmesan tilapia

Great Twice Baked Potatoes

great twice baked potatoes

It's amazing how much better these potatoes are the second time around. The creaminess of mashed potatoes in that crip potato skin. Perfect for company.
Nutty Brussels Sprouts

nutty brussels sprouts

Once you get over the childhood fright after the mention of "Brussels Sprouts", you'll find they are a vegetable you want more often than special occasions. Versatile and delicious, these little morsels are delicious, especially when paired with pine nuts and garlic.

Day 6

Dinner: 

Perfect Tacos

perfect tacos

A perfect weeknight meal that the kids will enjoy. Serve it beside a Mexican rice for your own fiesta. Ole!
Simple Mexican Rice

simple mexican rice

You won't believe that this recipe would taste so good but it actually does! The leftovers are even better the next day. This is an inexpensive way to make rice and it is healthier than the boxes rices that are packed full with sodium.
Mexi Corn Dip

mexi corn dip

This surprisingly addictive will have you grinning with how simple it is to make. Great served with tortilla chips or crackers, you won't be able to keep your hands out of the bowl!

Day 7

Dinner: 

Turkey Tenderloins

turkey tenderloins

Grilled turkey tenderloins are perfect to entertain with. The marinade these are in have a hint of Asian flavor and keep the turkey moist and tender. This marinade would also be wonderful on chicken.
Baked Mashed Potatoes 5

baked mashed potatoes 5

Great mashed potatoes that can be made ahead and still keep their creamy texture. Make them the night before and put them in the refrigerator until ready to put them in the oven.
Fried Green Beans

fried green beans

Green beans fried in butter until slightly browned, adding a boost of flavor to this popular vegetable. Your family will love this easy and tasty method of cooking green beans.
Orange Jell-O Vegetable Salad

orange jell-o vegetable salad

An old fashioned salad with a fresh orange flavor and vegetables that give it a crunchy texture.
Apple Pie ala Mode

apple pie ala mode

The classic dessert served warm from the oven and topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Be sure to use a good baking apple so that the apples will hold their shape after they are baked. See our Apple Cooking guide for other interesting ways to cook apples.
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