11.16.2008

Menu Plan Monday: Vegetarian Week!

Monday:



B: Blended Vegetable Soup (Zukes, Broccoli, Chard, Parsley, Garlic)

L: Smoked Salmon & Nori Roll-ups, Crispy Walnuts, Grapes

D: blue corn chips topped with refried black beans, shredded carrots, sauerkraut, peppers, and avocados


To do: Soak sunflower seeds, millet, and lentils



Tuesday:


B: mango lassi and sprouted buckwheat-banana pancakes

L: scallops and sauteed veggies

D: high enzyme salad (from NT)



To do: Blend millet and lentils in vitamix, roast butternut squash

Wednesday:


B: butternut squash pudding
L: seaweed veggie saute
D: lentil-millet Indian pancakes topped with sauerkraut and avocado


Thursday:


B: sprouted buckwheat granola
L: leftover dosa sandwiches
D: spaghetti squash casserole (from Nourishing Traditions)


To do: Defrost fish roe


Friday:


B: amaranth-millet pancakes
L: fish roe cakes & veggies
D: miso noodle soup w/ chard & seaweed (and kelp noodles)


Saturday:


B: kids out w/ dad
L: leftovers
D: hot dogs (kids) and left overs (dad & mom)


Sunday:


D: quinoa-butternut squash rissotto (I'm posting this recipe soon! It's amazing!)


For more menu inspiration, visit The Organizing Junkie!

6 comments:

Iconography Girl said...

Ooooo! The quinoa-butternut squash risotto sounds yummy! I can't wait to see the recipe :)

I know there are various rules and dispensations for the Nativity Fast, but for those looking for yet more vegan resources, I stumbled upon this blog, with lots of links: http://living-vegan.blogspot.com/2007/02/vegan-sample-meal-plans.html

Take it with a grain of salt ;)

Carrie T said...

Thank you! I can't wait to check it out!

Michele @ Frugal Granola said...

Your menu sounds delicious (as usual)! :) Wow- smoked salmon. That is something I really miss after living in Alaska.

Blessings,
Michele

Rebecca said...

How do you do the smoked salmon and nori rollups? Just nori and salmon? Or do you add anything else? It sounds good!

I forgot all about mango lassis, what a great idea for a breakfast/snack for extra protein.

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