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ChangedMyWorld.com–Meals of the Week!

10 Apr

Greetings All,

We are starting a blog that will include recipes. I plan to give a grocery list every week as well as recipes for the week. We like to make a big enough dinner to have leftovers for lunch and our breakfasts tend to be a mid-morning Shakeology…YUM!. So these recipes ought to be enough to get you through the week if you’re cooking for 2-3 people. Each day we’ll put up one of the recipes for your tasting pleasure!

All of our recipes are paleo/primal/gluten free/grain free and, in our opinion, full of awesome. You will notice there are a few ingredients that are in most of the dishes, so when you get the basics shopping becomes pretty easy. We hope you enjoy!

Jessika & Andy

What’s for Dinner?

Monday: Ratatouille

Tuesday: Gingered Carrots with Mahi Mahi

Wednesday: Coconut Curry Shrimp

Thursday: Chicken Piccata

Friday: Slow Cooked Salsa chicken

Saturday: Chicken “Dive-In”

Sunday: Green Curry Chicken

Shopping list:

Proteins:

Chicken Breast (6 lb)

Shrimp (4c)

Mahi Mahi or other white fish (1 lb)

Fruits/Veggies:

Yellow Onion (3)

Garlic Cloves (10)

Shallot (1)

Red Pepper (1)

Broccoli (1 head or frozen equivalent + 4c)

Japanese Eggplant (3)

Frozen Peas (1 bag)

Lemons (1/4c juice, 1 T juice)

Fresh Parsley (1/4c)

Broccoli/Cauliflower Combo (frozen 8c, Asian combo works well)

Carrots (4)

Green Onions (5)

Fresh Ginger (2T)

Zucchini (1)

Red Onion (1)

Green Bell Peppers (2)

Tomatoes (4-5 or a couple cans of stewed tomatoes)

Fresh Rosemary (6 stalks)

Canned/Jarred Goods:

28 oz Salsa

Coconut Milk (2-3 cans)

Green Curry Paste

Water Chestnuts (1 can)

Sliced Mushrooms (1c optional)

Capers (1/4c)

Spices/Oils etc:

Celtic Sea Salt

Garlic Powder

Curry Powder

Paprika

Sliced Almonds

Almond (or Coconut) Flour (1/2c,

Grapeseed Oil (5T

Olive Oil

Chicken Stock/broth (1&1/2c)

Crushed Red Pepper

Coconut Oil

Tamari (gluten free soy sauce) (1T

Cayenne Pepper

Sriracha hot chili sauce (plastic bottle with a green top)

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