Thinking about what to eat every week can be quite a challenge. To ensure that you do not put the same dishes on the table every week, we are happy to inspire you with handy weekly menus. This week we’re not too difficult and we’ve prepared seven easy recipes for you, with a touch of youth sentiment here and there.
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Monday, soup day! There’s nothing better than starting your week with an easy yet nutritious dish. This bright green zucchini soup is fresh and even a little sweet, thanks to the peas.
We top it off with black olives, by the way, for that extra touch that we love so much. Serve the soup with a baguette or quiche and you complete the meal.
To the recipe: Zucchini soup with peas, ricotta and black olive
Every Italian family has eaten this pasta. Either to a recipe from an old grandfather or grandmother, or to another philosopher from the village. This rigatoni with minced meat is the go-to recipe (okay, next to the pasta with tomato sauce) in Italy and we can understand why.
We will put this weekly menu on Tuesday, but you can of course vary with the days. Protip: add some ground fennel seeds when frying the minced meat. This gives the pasta even more flavor!
To the recipe: Rigatoni with a minced meat sauce, pecorino and rosemary
Stuffed tomatoes provide youth sentiment everywhere in this weekly menu. In the past they were often made with a classic minced meat filling, we give them an Arabic twist here. We exchange the minced meat for a filling of couscous, halloumi, pomegranate seeds and fresh herbs. Enjoy!
To the recipe: Stuffed tomatoes with couscous and halloumi
We plead guilty: we also like a good AVG from time to time at the Culy editorial office. For example, this one is very tasty. Because with baby potatoes, salmon and an easy salsa verde you immediately take that AVG to a higher level. Serve with – again youth sentiment – green beans and your weekday meal is complete.
To the recipe: Salmon with salsa verde, potatoes and haricots verts
Friday snack day. However? Many companies already use the “mind at zero, deep fry at 180 principle” during Friday lunchtimes, but we wait until the evening meal. Although we have to say that this requires a lot of discipline for this frikandel deluxe sandwich.
If you want to make it a really greasy bite, add some fries. If you can’t find the fennel frikandellen from the recipe, just use your other favorite ones.
To recipe: Frikandel deluxe sandwich
This Saturday the weekly menu states that pizzas will be baked. And even though you already overindulged in frikandellen and fries yesterday, we will continue with “unhealthy” meals today. By the way, because a pizza doesn’t have to be unhealthy.
Take these (children’s) pizzas that contain a lot of vegetables. The pizzas are colorful, tasteful and look like the rainbow. What else do you want.
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