Monday, 9 March 2015

MPM: 9th March 2014

Some excellent eating last week - the tuna steak baguette was a resounding success as was yesterday's Empire roast chicken, both of which have been added to my spreadsheet of "Meals that I want to cook again" - a mammoth list if ever there was one.  This week, I am out Thursday and D is out on Friday so they're unplanned and likely to consist of prick and ping or beans on toast, and Saturday we hope to do a recipe book night but the dishes are still to be finalised.  Elsewhere...

Salmon with curried mussels
Roast chicken with leek fritters and a garlic and lemon yoghurt dressing
Corned beef hash
Roast lamb with various accompaniments - this is a trial run of Easter Sunday lunch on which I'll be sure to report back if it all goes to plan!

More meal planning fun over at Mrs M's.


  1. The salmon sounds really good and I love corned beef hash! Enjoy your week!

  2. Oooh the Salmon with Curried Mussels sounds delicious x #mealplanningmonday

  3. I looked up Empire roast chicken, it sounds gorgeous, definitely one to try!

  4. Yum! We love Corned Beef Hash here....Sounds like a tasty week x

  5. Also googled Empire Roast Chicken - what a great idea! Hope you have a lovely week xx

    1. Sorry guys - I meant to add a hyperlink to that chicken and completely forgot! I've added a link now to the recipe I used - very yum!

  6. Your meal plan sounds delicious! Empire Roast Chicken sounds immense, I'm sure my hubby would love that too! #mealplanningmonday

  7. Corned Beef Hash is one of my childrens favourites, have a fab week x

  8. I used to love corned beef hash with lots of ketchup, a memory of childhood!

  9. Corned beef has always reminds me of when my mum working in a care home, I used to often pop in and see her, make tea etc for everyone and was always fascinated by this dish! The chef they had was great, long before the heat n serve meals that seem the norm nowadays! I think I have only made it once, and it didn't taste like theirs and I gave up! Maybe I should try again, am sure it would be popular!

    Leek fritters sound lovely too!