Weeknight Rescue // March 2021 // Week 10

Slice of Sweet Potato Enchilada

We’re marching into March with a menu packed with good and good-for-you recipes with an emphasis on ease. Enjoy!

Coconut Lime Chickpea Curry

Coconut Lime Chickpea Stew

This is everything you want in a cozy stew: filling, flavorful, and nourishing. Chickpeas do double duty in this dish by serving as its foundation as well as a crispy topping to scatter on at the very finish.

Oven Roasted Bone-In Turkey Breast

Roasted Bone-In Turkey Breast

Roast turkey isn’t just for Thanksgiving. Pull this recipe out for Sunday supper and enjoy the leftovers for sandwiches during the week.

Miso and Ginger Glazed Salmon

This is one of the best ways to make the most of salmon and is simple to prepare. Miso is one of those coveted fermented foods that adds great flavor to this glaze.  Serve with brown rice along with a salad of thinly sliced cucumber and radishes tossed with seasoned rice vinegar and black pepper.

Instant Pot Rice and Vegetable Soup with Lots of Lemon

Instant Pot Rice and Vegetable Soup

If you’re craving something simple and nourishing, this soup will do the trick. If you don’t own a pressure cooker, the soup can be made on the stove (with a little more time and maybe a bit more broth). Easily elevate it with protein-rich options like chickpeas or cooked chicken. 

4-Ingredient Sweet Potato Enchiladas

You can’t get much simpler than this recipe (with the exception of my 2-ingredient black bean soup). With just four ingredients, it’s a snap to make and even your veggie-phobic family members might give it a thumbs up.

No-Bake Almond Butter Bars with Dark Chocolate

I’m hearing about more kids heading back to school each week. And even if your kids are still schooling from home, they (and you) still need a tasty afternoon snack. These are ridiculously good, especially with a glass of cold milk.

Vegetarian Chinese Chickenless Salad

Vegetarian Chinese Chickenless Salad

Add this to your work or school lunch repertoire. You can chop up the greens and veggies on the weekend to use for the next day or two. Assembly is pretty darn quick.


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