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Feedfeed 2019 Weekly Meal Planner: January 12

Comfort food for Winter!

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Feeling a little under the weather? You are not alone! That's why we filled this week's menu with a comforting chicken noodle soup, easy vegetable fritters and a cozy pasta. 

THE MENU
Sunday
 Ginger and Turmeric Chicken Noodle Soup
Monday Smoked Salmon Cobb Salad
Tuesday Spicy Pancetta Pasta
Wednesday Baked Buttermilk Chicken Nuggets
Thursday Chickpea Vegetable Fritters
Friday Sheet Pan Steak Frites
Weekend Bonus Date Sweetened Hot Cocoa

THE GROCERY LIST
(the must-haves!)


1 head broccoli
1 (10 ounce) bag frozen corn
1 (10 ounce) bag frozen peas
1 chili pepper
1 bunch parsley
1 bunch chives
2 heads romaine lettuce
2 red chiles, such as Fresno
1 pint cherry tomatoes
1 avocado
1 bunch thyme
2 onions
1 pound carrots
1 bunch celery
1 bunch rainbow chard
3 large russet potatoes
1 small shallot
1 lemon
Prepared Ranch Dressing (or creamy dressing of choice)
1 (16 ounce) bag chickpea flour
1 (28 ounce) can crushed tomatoes
1 (15 ounce) can diced tomatoes
1 pound dry spaghetti or bucatini
Date syrup
8 ounces diced pancetta
5 ounce prepared smoked salmon fillet
1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts
2 large bone-in, skin on chicken breasts
1 1/2 pounds chicken wings
2 bone-in Rib Eye steaks, about 2 inches thick
16 ounces freshly grated Parmesan, plus more for garnish
1 pint full-fat buttermilk
Milk of choice
 

PANTRY ESSENTIALS
(things we assume you have,
but if not, stock up!)


Olive oil
Canola oil
Butter
Salt
Pepper
Steak rub
Cumin
Garlic powder
Ground ginger
Cinnamon
Ground turmeric
Italian seasoning
Cayenne
Black peppercorns
Bay leaves
Panko
Regular bread crumbs
Cooking spray
Vanilla extract
Cocoa powder


 

OPTIONAL
1/2 box (8 ounces) cooked gemelli pasta
Whipped cream
1 (3 inch) Parmesan rind

 
THE RECIPES
Ginger and Turmeric Chicken Noodle Soup 

This comforting chicken noodle soup has a slight twist thanks to lots of ground ginger and turmeric. The recipe calls for using an electric pressure cooker to get maximum flavor for the broth in minimum time, but you can also cook the broth in a stock pot on the stove top for about 3 hours to mimic similar results. 

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Smoked Salmon Cobb Salad by @erikas_in_the_kitchen

New Year, New Us. Kinda. We're swapping the traditional bacon for smoked salmon in this anything-but-boring Cobb salad!

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Feedfeed Tip For perfect hard-boiled eggs, add a little white vinegar to the water while they cook; it will make peeling them much easier. 
 
 
 
Spicy Pancetta Pasta by @jakecohen

Our very own Jake Cohen makes one mean pasta and he's spilling all his secrets here

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Baked Buttermilk Chicken Nuggets 

Yes, grown ups can and should eat chicken nuggets for dinner.  Serve these over some greens with fresh lemon juice for a quick and easy complete meal. 

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Feedfeed Tip  The method for cooking these suggests baking them in the oven, which is great for when you want to cut down on time and mess, but you can also pan-fry them to get a more crisp and golden brown exterior. The recipe includes a note about how to cook them both ways!
 
Chickpea and Vegetable Fritters by @feedtheswimmers

Can you handle the crunch? Chickpea flour yields major crunch factor which makes these vegetable fritters irresistible! Serve them in burger form or with your favorite grain and a dollop of herbed greek yogurt. 

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Sheet Pan Steak Frites 

Dine in for Date Night with this quick and easy riff on Steak Frites. Only one pan to wash! 

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Feedfeed Tip Rib eye not in the budget? We feel you! You can use the same cooking method for almost any cut of steak, just be sure to adjust the cooking time accordingly if you use a thinner piece of meat. 
 
Weekend Bonus
Date Sweetened Hot Cocoa by @ful.filled

Naturally sweetened cocoa? Sign us up for two mugs! If you can't find date syrup, you could use pure maple syrup instead.

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