Sunday, January 17, 2010

Menu Plan 1/18-1/24


We've been keeping things pretty simple around here and it's been really nice to have a loose plan, but primarily to go with the flow.  I've been making a real effort to increase fresh fruits and veggies and it is quite refreshing!

MONDAY-Fish Sticks, Baked Potatoes and Carrots
TUESDAY- Sandwiches (egg/tuna salad or PB&J) for a road trip
WEDNESDAY- TBA-I want to find a new recipe based around London Broil
THURSDAY- Leftovers from Wednesday
FRIDAY- Wild Rice Chicken Supreme ( from my freezer )
This is a family favorite from Uncle Ben's!
SATURDAY- Leftovers from Friday
SUNDAY- Hubby's choice (he chooses, he cooks)

I'd love recommendations for something new to try with my London Broil. 
Criteria:
~No fancy, expensive ingredients
~Quick Prep Time
~Slow Cooker Preferred

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5 comments:

Lindse94 said...

We actually use London Broil to cook a beef stronganoff in our slow cooker. We basically just do cream of mushroom soup, a can of mushrooms, seasoning, and meat. The last half hour we add sour cream. Then serve over noodles or rice. Also we stick in carrots:)

Post Grad said...

Not sure I've ever tried London Broil. You'll have to share whatever you come up with.
:)
-Leslie

Noelle said...

Lindse,
Thanks for the tip on the Stroganoff!


I have to admit, I forgot to take the meat out of the freezer, so I made baked rotini with chicken sausage instead!

So, if anyone still has ideas, please post!

Mama_Doodlebug said...

I have another crock pot London Broil recipe. Only four ingredients.
1. Put the meat in the crockpot.
2. In a bowl, mix together one can of condensed tomato soup and one can mushroom soup. Pour over meat.
3. Sprinkle one packet of dry onion soup mix over top.
4. Cook on low for 6 hours.
Quick, easy, and yummy. I usually make potatoes or rice and a veggie to go along with it.

Noelle said...

Thanks, Mama_Doodlebug!
Do you think I can substitute tomato sauce for the condensed soup?