More of the same - the usual meat/greens/carbs. I have a couple meals on here that are different from the past What I Eat Wednesday post. I try to take pictures of the more interesting meals, otherwise they would all look pretty much the same. Variety = spice of life, right?
This is a "what I had in the fridge" pizza. The last time I went to Trader Joe's, I bought two pizza doughs and threw them in the freezer. It's a great meal in a short amount of time and super versatile. I had some spinach that was too wilty for salad and BBQ pork that I had to eat or toss in the freezer. I used the herb crust, which I think is the best. This made about two and a half servings.
Chicken Caesar salad made from a Dole's salad kit and some frozen grilled chicken. I used all the lettuce and half of both the dressing and the cheese, which I saved for my lunch the next day. I find that the salad kits always provide WAY too much dressing so I always buy lettuce or spinach to make another salad with.
Grilled chicken with plain pasta and broccoli. There was a phase of my life where I only ate the most boring bland food ever and plain pasta was something I ate three times a week for dinner. I don't like eating pasta more than once a week now and usually mix it up between brown rice, sweet potatoes, quinoa or couscous. As weird as it sounds, plain pasta is a little bit of a comfort food for me.
Honey maple salmon with Cajun sweet potatoes and broccoli. The idea for the glaze for the salmon comes from my Canadian Henley host family - just mix a little bit of honey mustard with a little bit of maple syrup. I used authentic Canadian maple syrup but I'm sure Aunt Jemima would work just fine. It is delicious.
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