Welcome to March! Here’s what we’ve got in store for this week’s meals.

BROWN SUGAR BOK CHOY W TOFU & PORK
Baby bok choy with pork and tofu

A longtime blog favorite, this is savory, sweet, and a little bit spicy. It might make a convert of folks who haven’t yet taken to tofu. Serve over cooked brown rice and it’s a complete meal.  Need a side? Sliced cucumbers and radishes doused with rice vinegar, a pinch of sugar, and a crack of black pepper will do. 

THAI SALMON CURRY WITH VEGETABLES

salmon curry

This may sound sort of exotic, but it’s pretty easy to do and not too spicy for younger palates. Serve with a favorite cooked grain, such as rice or farro and dinner is done. Want dessert? Make a plate of fresh fruit, such as pineapple, kiwi, and mango. Head here for a tutorial on cutting a pineapple. 

INSTANT POT CHICKEN IN SALSA VERDE 

Instant Pot Chicken in Salsa Verde

Cook up a pot of this EASY Instant Pot Chicken in Salsa Verde and make it taco night. Set out warm tortillas (corn or flour), beans, and sour cream and let everyone assemble their own.  If you’ve got the energy, do up this salad or simply put out cut up crunchy veggies, such as jicama, cucumbers, radishes, and carrots. 

FREEZER-FRIENDLY EGG WRAPS
Breakfast Egg and Vegetable Wrap in Whole-Wheat Flatbread - Mom's Kitchen Handbook

Carve out a little time on the weekend or one evening to do up a batch of these egg wraps for weekday breakfast. They will hold up for a day or two in the fridge and can be reheated just before serving, or you can wrap them well and stow them in the freezer for another day.

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SRIRACHA LIME POPCORN

Sriracha Lime Popcorn

The Oscars are Sunday and popcorn seems like the perfect awards-watching snack (it is about the movies, after all). This is one done on the stove top in a heavy pot with a savory mix that is a notch above standard salted popcorn. 

 

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