More grilled recipes and plenty of new flavors for you to try in this week’s meal plan.
Monday – Pizza
The start of the week is always hard for me, so an easy dinner is where it’s at. Since 4th of July was yesterday, we’re guessing you’re pretty exhausted and need a night to get prepped and ahead for the week. So, an easy dinner is the perfect choice and either of these pizzas are great options.
Tuesday – Pork
I always forget how delicious pork can be in tacos and definitely need to keep these two recipes handy for a creative take on traditional tacos. If you have picky eaters in the house, a bowl dish is always a good idea, so people can choose whichever toppings are their favorites!
Wednesday – Tri Tip
Two hearty mid week tri-tip meals are made even better because they’re made on one sheet pan. Hooray for easy clean up!
Thursday – Leftovers
We’ve made a lot of great food already this week, and you probably have some of it leftover. Take a night off from cooking and enjoy your leftovers, or enjoy a meal from one of our great local restaurants.
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Friday – Cod
Cod is an affordable, easy fish to make. This week, you can get creative and make the fish in a parchment paper packet, which is a fun way to serve it at a dinner party! Or, you can enjoy a Wisconsin classic and fry it up. A perfect Friday dinner!
Saturday – Filet
Treat yo’ self on Saturday with a filet. Whether it’s wrapped in bacon or made sous vide you can’t go wrong with a perfectly made filet.
Sunday – Whole Chicken
Making a whole chicken is a great way to feed a group or ensure you have some leftovers for the upcoming week. These two recipes were intriguing because I’ve never cooked with green garlic or sumac before. Chicken is a great base to try new flavors, so here we go!
If you’re looking for more recipe inspiration, you can find previous weeks’ meal plans below!