Spinach & Feta Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Roasted Cauliflower
Another new favorite that Malcolm also loves. For the roasted cauliflower, I split it into chunks and roast with olive oil and salt at 400 degrees for 20-30 minutes. If you haven’t tried roasting cauliflower yet, you must! It’s delicious!
Yep, just boiled it and slathered some marinara on it.
Turkey and Pork Meatloaf with Roasted Sweet Potato Fries and Broccoli
Meatloaf isn’t my favorite but Sol loves it. He asks for it every week (jokingly, I think.) This time I was really happy with how it turned out, and I basically combined the beloved Lipton French Onion Soup mix recipe from my childhood with a more savory (read: less ketchup) recipe from Barefoot Contessa (Ina Garten) that I think is awfully time-consuming for a meatloaf. It’s a restaurant recipe so that may explain the time; they likely make a very large batch in advance. I used our Ground Pork from Hasselmann Farms and regular ol’ ground turkey from the grocery store – I like to use 2 lbs of meat so we have leftovers. I’ll get the AKA recipe up here soon! For the sweet potato fries, cut the sweet potatoes into large steak fries, and roast, with broccoli, lightly covered in olive oil, at 400-425 degrees for at least 30 minutes if not more. The broccoli may not need as much time; I much prefer it roasted.
Happy Easter! Hope everyone had a great holiday whether that included Easter, Passover, or just celebrating Springtime. We had a great weekend and I headed out to do the week’s shopping on Easter during Malcolm’s nap. When I got to the store, as soon as I entered I heard “closing in 10 minutes at 2pm.” I had a great time running through the store like Supermarket Sweep to get everything we needed for the week. The only thing I missed was the rotisserie chicken for Malcolm, which they didn’t have . I spent about 20 precious seconds finding the noodles for the first dish listed; so worth it. Have a great week!
This has been a go-to for years. I made 2 Sunday night and brought one to a friend at work. Popping this in the oven on Monday makes that first weeknight’s dinner so easy. This is also my large meal of the week that will provide leftovers for lunches.