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March 16 - 22, 2014

Weekly Meal Plan: March 16 - 22, 2014  by RecipeTips.com

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Day 1

Dinner: 

Irish Honey Mustard Chicken and Vegetables

irish honey mustard chicken and vegetables

Traditional Irish Soda Bread

traditional irish soda bread

One of the favorite bread recipes of the Irish, this traditional bread loaf is served with almost any meal for any occasion. Like many Irish breads, baking soda is used as the leavening agent rather than yeast.
Pistachio Salad

pistachio salad

A sweet salad that is quick and easy to make. This recipe is a great salad that can be made ahead of time or at the last minute when unexpected guest arrive.
Krispy Mint Ice Cream Pie

krispy mint ice cream pie

Refreshing mint ice cream in a crispy chocolate-flavored crust. A minty-flavored dessert that makes a perfect light and tasty ending for any meal.

Day 2

Dinner: 

Corned Beef Brisket

corned beef brisket

A meal perfect for St. Patrick's Day. You don't have to be Irish to make this corned beef! The slow cooker helps along with a little Guinness. The cabbage, potatoes and carrots are delicious when cooked in the beer and juices from the brisket.
Crunchy Salad

crunchy salad

A nice mix of lettuce with noodles, almonds, and bacon adding some extra crunch to this salad. It is lightly dressed with a sweet red wine vinegar dressing for a perfect finishing touch.
St. Patricks Day Pistachio Cake

st. patricks day pistachio cake

You can enjoy this moist cake any time of year, not just St. Patrick's day. The pudding and soda make this cake light and moist. And the frosting is light and fluffy.
Irish Coffee

irish coffee

The Irish coffee recipe was invented in the 1940s and has been popular ever since. There are several variations of this St. Patrick's Day beverage, but all recipes must contain Irish whiskey and, of course, brewed coffee to be considered true Irish coffee.

Day 3

Dinner: 

Corned Beef Hotdish

corned beef hotdish

Leftover corned beef becomes a real treat in this easy-to-make casserole recipe that features a creamy cheese sauce and crunchy French fried onions. Only five ingredients are required to make this economical oven-baked hotdish.
Simple Scalloped Corn

simple scalloped corn

A perfect side dish for any meal. This sweet corn casserole can be made the day before and then baked just before serving, saving you time when you are busy preparing the rest of the meal.
Country Cole Slaw

country cole slaw

A simple to make creamy cole slaw with a sweet-tangy flavor. An excellent side dish to burgers, chicken, and fish.

Day 4

Dinner: 

Taco Pasta

taco pasta

Another great way to enjoy that great taco flavor. These taco-filled pasta shells are full of flavor and simple to make. They make a great weeknight meal when you don't have a lot of time to fuss over dinner.
Spanish Rice

spanish rice

A rice side dish that goes perfectly beside any Mexican entree. This rice isn't too spicy or doesn't have too much tomato but is full of flavor. You won't have any rice leftover when you make this.
Mexican Cinnamon Chips and Dip

mexican cinnamon chips and dip

A light cinnamon-flavored toasted tortilla with a matching cinnamon dip. This is a nice light dessert that is perfect at the end of any meal with a Mexican flair. It also makes a great anytime treat.

Day 5

Dinner: 

Turkey or Chicken Wild Rice Soup

turkey or chicken wild rice soup

A rich and creamy wild rice soup that can be made with turkey or chicken. This soup is a complete meal on its own. Serve it with crackers or your favorite side of bread.
Beer Bread 83

beer bread 83

A hearty bread that is easy to make and perfect to serve with soup, chili, stew, or spaghetti. Made with staple ingredients, it is easy to make anytime you would like to serve special bread with your meal.
My Favorite Cookies

my favorite cookies

You can make these delicious cookies your favorite by adding chocolate chips, butterscotch chips or anything you like.

Day 6

Dinner: 

Notes: Eat the egg salad as a salad or place on a bun or croissant and eat as a sandwich. You can also change the root beer float to an orange float by substituting orange soda for the root beer.
Perfect Egg Salad

perfect egg salad

For a light lunch, egg salad is a great idea. It can be eaten alone or placed on a croissant to fancy it up. Perfect to stay cool during those hot summer months.
Lettuce Salad

lettuce salad

Crispy lettuce salad with cauliflower and bacon for a boost of flavor and extra crunch. A simple dressing allows all the flavors to come through.
The Great and Awesome Float

the great and awesome float

A delicious treat that everyone will enjoy.

Day 7

Dinner: 

Round Steak and Gravy

round steak and gravy

A perfect recipe for cooking round steak. This less expensive cut of meat can be made into a tasty meal that your family will request time after time.
Simple Mashed Potatoes

simple mashed potatoes

Roasted Broccoli

roasted broccoli

Roasted broccoli with a little spiced up flavor. Onion, garlic, and red pepper flakes all provide some spark to this broccoli side dish.
Honey Bun Cake

honey bun cake

Sweet swirl of cinnamon in the middle of this cake. Topped off with a sweet sugar glaze and you have a coffee cake fit for guests.
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