This week’s meal plan honors one of the most popular recipes on my sites, Perfectly Roasted Pork. Instead though, we’re doing the more weeknight-feasible Instant Pot version for dinner one night, and then using the leftovers to make other recipes throughout the week, including Pork Fried Rice and Cuban Sandwiches. Scroll down for the meal plan, and to listen to this week’s episode of Jump to Recipe!
The links to the recipes in this week’s meal plan are below. To listen to me me walk you through this meal plan, listen to the end of Jump to Recipe: E102 – Toni Dash: From Locavore to Professional Nutritionist by clicking the play button below, or search for Jump to Recipe wherever you get your podcasts.
In this episode I go back to my blogging roots by talking with a food blogger who has been around just as long, Toni Dash! I’ve always loved Toni’s story about challenging herself to be a locavore for a full year in Colorado, and how that passion turned into an incredible career with her original site, Boulder Locavore, and now as a Certified Nutritionist and her newest site Make It Skinny Please.
Listen to Episode #102 of Jump to Recipe Here:
Meal Plan #102 Links And Instructions:
|Day and Meal Names||Links and Instructions|
Quinoa Salad Bowl with Lemon Hummus Dressing
|• Quinoa Salad Bowl with Lemon-Hummus Dressing |
• Use rice instead of quinoa, but make twice as much as you need for use on Day #3. Also make twice as much dressing for use on Day #4.
Instant Pot Pork Roast and Mashed Potatoes
|• Instant Pot Roast Pork If you don’t have an Instant Pot, make this Roast Pork Loin or Pork Tenderloin.|
• The Best Mashed Potatoes
• Broiled Whole Zucchini
Pork Fried Rice
|• Pork Fried Rice made with leftover rice from Day #1 and leftover pork from Day #2.|
Cuban Sandwiches and Arugula Salad
|• Cuban Sandwiches made with leftover pork from Day #2.|
• Salad of arugula, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, and topped with leftover salad dressing from Day #1.
Easiest Pork Carnitas Tacos
|• Easiest Shrimp Tacos, but made with leftover pork from Day #2: Shred the leftover pork, toss with a bit of olive oil and chili powder, and broil it lightly to crisp it up, or just heat it in the microwave. If you don’t have any leftover pork left, use a rotisserie chicken.|
|Extra Resource:||Here is the printable grocery list that goes with this meal plan :-)|