Weekly Meal Plan
Bone-in pork chops from Five Mary’s Farm pan-fried in the cast iron skillet and finished in the oven. I generously sprinkle them with kosher salt and sear over high heat in a tablespoon or two of avocado oil. Follow this technique for chops that don’t dry out, and you can always brine your pork chops ahead of time. Serve with chermoula or chimichurri. I’m making my favorite red cabbage salad on the side. Use a neutral oil such as avocado oil for the salad.
Coconut curry rice noodles. A meatless Monday dinner my family can get behind. Add some vegetables to the broth: Broccoli, snap peas, bok choy, bean sprouts, a handful of spinach and oyster mushrooms would all work well.
Stupid easy dinner needed tonight! Salsa verde chicken tacos in the Instant Pot. We make this dinner on the regular! If you’re tired of me linking it here, check out these other taco recipes: Instant Pot taco meat or shrimp tacos. I’m teaching private classes organized by Inspirato today and tomorrow, excited to host their group!
My family will be fending for themselves tonight since I’m headed to Midland. I’m leaving ingredients for this super easy tortellini casserole — omit the sausage to make it even faster. We always have super simple salad dressing in our fridge, you can watch my video for a couple tips that will make it even better. Toss up some mixed greens and you’re good to go.
I’ll be home in time for dinner with my crew. We have some Whole30 burger patties that Teton Waters Ranch sent me to try (I LOVE their sausages!). We will pan fry them, and then kids will have theirs with non-Whole30 American cheese and buns. You can also serve over salad greens with pickled red onions, guacamole or sautéd mushrooms.
We’re headed to a Good Friday potluck. Here are a few of my favorite potluck favorites!