Menu Plan Monday – 2/28

I’m linking up on Org Junkie again this week for Menu Plan Monday!

Last week had some winners and losers for us. One loser? The Marinated Cauliflower Salad. That was just ick. Ick! Our favorite recipe of the week was the Quinoa and Pistachio Salad with Moroccan Pesto. Who knew that orange juice and olives (among other things) would be a good combination? Certainly not me.


Then there was the Lima Bean, Mint, & Garlic Hummus. I was a little bit uncertain about that one too, but it was good–it was definitely one of those recipes that tastes better the second day, though, so it wasn’t until I had it for lunch the next day that I realized just how good it was.


On the agenda for this week…

Monday: Leftover Cauliflower & Tofu Lasagna with Butternut Squash Sauce

Tuesday: Pasta with Masala Marinara and Roasted Veggies

Wednesday: Frittata with Swiss Chard and Whole Wheat Spaghetti

Thursday: Tofu & Vegetable Stacks with Gremolata

Friday: Leftover Pasta e Fagioli Soup

Saturday: Going out to eat!

Sunday: Artichoke & Olive Ravioli with Pesto and Roasted Broccoli

Wow, after writing that all out, I’m realizing that I’m making a lot of meals involving pasta this week. Oh well!


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  1. Debra says

    Sunday's menu sounds out-of-this world. I love artichokes, pesto & roasted broccoli.Actually, all veggies are so much better roasted. What time is dinner? 🙂

  2. Scrumptious says

    Mmm… so many flavors this week that are my very favorites. I would eat dinner at your house any night of the week! Roasted veggies and butternut squash lasagna and gremolata chard frittata and artichokes and olives and roasted broccoli. Oh wow!!!

    Sorry your marinated cauliflower didn't work out last week. Try my very favorite cauliflower dish in the world – it can be eaten hot or cold and every time I bring it to a potluck people request for the recipe. (In the post I used romanesco, which I don't recommend – cauliflower all the way.):

    Also, I see you're making roasted broccoli. Have you tried the Best Broccoli in the World?

    Have a great week of cooking!!

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