Last week was a busy week for me, and too busy to blog. This week I think it should be a bit better. :)
The menu went as planned, and having it planned out was very nice. Last week I mentioned the “Rub with Love” that I bought from Costco. I did use it on chicken breasts and I it was good. It was not strongly flavored, more mild. I sliced my chicken breasts in and put the rub on both sides and let it sit for about 15 minutes. I heated a frying pan, added coconut oil, and cooked the meat for about 4 to 5 minutes per side. The meal was super easy! I'm looking forward to trying it on salmon soon.
Today I'll start the week off with kielbasa cooked with cabbage, garlic roasted potatoes and green beans. It's one of my favorite comfort food meals.
The rest of the week looks like this...
Chicken Vegetable Soup
Chicken and veggies are sounding good this week. Not sure if I'll do my creamy chicken soup, chicken noodle soup (with added veggies) or try something new. We'll see how creative I feel when the time comes. I'll make biscuits to go along with this meal.
I'll try the rub on the pork chops and bake them. Pasta with garlic & parmesan cheese, some home canned corn and a salad on the side will finish the meal.
It's been a while since I've made chili. A nice pot of chili on a cool winters evening sounds nice. I'll make corn muffins and a salad to go with this.
That should do it for the week!
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