Quarantine Meal Plan: 10 Grocery Items, 14 Dishes, 7 Days Worth of MealsMeal plans can be a headache to do, so we did one for you!
Meal plannings for your family can be hard. You have to take into account the budget, which can be limiting, and the preferences of everyone in the family. It can be exhausting, mentally and physically. So we came up with this meal plan that can save you the headache of doing it yourself.
This meal plan can feed an average family of four for about seven days for lunch and dinner, since these are the meals that require more planning and the most work. Breakfast can be fast, easy, and mechanical and can be composed of the meal you had the day before.
10 items from the grocery that you need to buy
We'll assume you have these basic ingredients: salt, sugar, ground black pepper, onions, garlic, water, oil, and a few other basic ingredients that a Pinoy kitchen and pantry normally keeps in stock. You can tweak recipes and use what's available to you.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Here's your 10-item grocery list in case you need to go out and shop:
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- 3 whole chickens, cut into 8 pieces
- 2 kilos pork pigue
- 1 kilo ground beef or pork
- 1 kilo fish fillet
- 1/2 kilo potatoes or carrots or mixed vegetables
- 12 large eggs
- 4 200-gram packs tomato sauce
- 1 kilogram spaghetti
- 1 230-gram pack Japanese breadcrumbs
- 1 bundle calamansi
Recipes For A 7-Day Lunch And Dinner Meal Plan
Day 1: Pork Chops and Garlic Fried ChickenADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Day 2: Giniling and Garlic Oil Pasta
Day 3: Tortang Baboy and Calamansi Fish Fillet
Day 4: Bistek Pork and Chicken Afritada
Day 5: Tortang Baboy and Pork Menudo
Day 6: Crunchy Fish Fillet and Sweet-Style Spaghetti
This story originally appeared on Yummy.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.
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