Weekly Meals 02/04

This week I prepared another batch of  chicken breasts in the oven, used a cast iron dutch oven to slow cook a chuck roast with wild rice and prepared batch of ground turkey with ground lamb some something different. Since I fixed several large batches over the last two weeks I don't have to cook this week! Which is a nice time saver and money saver.

Meat (Protein): Reduced Fat Ground Turkey, Ground Lamb, Chicken Breast, Chuck Beef Roast  
Veggies (Slow Burn Carbs, Fiber): Yellow Onion, Viggie Mix, Tomatoes, Green Chili's
Wild rice Mix ( Fast Carbs), Organic Whole Grain Wheat Pasta (Fast Carbs)


The Chicken 
My main staple is Chicken if you have not figure that out yet it is.  . I prepare the chicken on a flat baking Sheet with foil on the bottom for easy clean up. I Sprinkle them with Goya Adobo All Purpose Seasoning then into a 400 degree oven for 20 minutes. Out of the 6 chicken breasts I cooked in the oven I was able to get 8 servings and a little bit extra that the cat enjoyed for a snack. I Cut the Chicken breasts in half then cut into finger width pieces to make it easy to fit in to contains and bit size able. 

The Pasta
I came up with this option as after the last two weeks of rice I wanted something different and tasty.
Veggie mix (1can) , chili ready tomatoes (1 can), kidneys beans (1 can), green chili's (1 small can), 1 box organic whole grain pasta, cup chicken stock, small jar organic pasta sauce. Started off cooking the Pasta to just shy of al dente. Drained part of the water till I had about a cup of pasta water remaining. Then added in the other ingredients into the pot. Mixed it well and that was it. I didn't need to keep it any further as it's all going to be divided and microwaved which will finish the cooking process. This actually came out far better than I had expected the Kidney beans go well with the veggie mix and pasta sauce I used. 

The Beef Chuck Roast
On a off take of my favorite Pork Chop and wild rice recipe of my mom's I used a Chuck Roast instead. It's not as good but it is satisfying. Here I used 2 Cup wild rice mix, 2 medium yellow onions, garlic powder, Dry chives,  1 can mushroom soup, 1 can celery soup. I put all of this into a Cast Iron Dutch Oven and slow cooked it at 300 for 2 hours. This yielded a Roast that is tinder and yummy rice that goes well with lots of different things.   I pulled out the Chuck Roast and Cut it separate from the wild rice to remove any additional fat that didn't get removed before cooking. I wanted some fat to flavor the dish. But I do not want that is left on the meat. What was left is measured into servings and put into containers.  


Chicken Baked at 400 for 20 minutes
Ground turkey and lamb
Chuck Roast slow cooked with Wild Rice, Onions and Garlic

Pasta Veggie Mix

Single Serving of Pasta Mix.

Pasta Mix with a Serving of Chicken to make a complete meal.

Rice Mix with the Chuck Roast Pulled out. 

Chuck Roast removed and ready for Cutting into servings. 

Serving of Roast and Wild Rice. 

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