Weekly Menu Plan {Number 8}

Plan your next week with this delicious weekly menu plan with a printable grocery list. A full weeks of dinners, a breakfast plus a sweet treat to get you through. Enjoy these tried and true favorites! Here’s a weekly menu plan to help you with figuring out what to make for dinner next week! 

These meal plans are easy to read, gives you a successful week of meals at home plus all family friendly. It is that simple! 

Weekly Menu Plan {Number Eight}

This week is a little bit of everything! Starting the week off with a chimichanga, adding in some flavorful salmon, waking up to Denver omelets breakfast and indulging in creme brûlée. All  so good with simple ingredients that any household can make together. 

Dinner is supposed to be loved plus delicious in every bite. Each recipe is a complete meal within itself. Add in more side dishes if you prefer and a dessert any night of the week. It is a simple recipe plan to help you each week. 

A photo of chimichangas

Homemade Chimichanga Recipe

Try these chimichangas either baked or pan fried with tender chicken, stuffed Mexican filling all wrapped in a soft but crispy crust on the outside. These will become a family favorite!

Photo of garlic brown sugar glazed salmon with Tuesday weekly menu plan banner overtop.

Garlic Brown Sugar Glazed Salmon

Garlic Brown Sugar Glazed Salmon has the most amazing garlic brown sugar soy glaze. The flavor is out of this world and it will become a new family favorite! 

Vegetable stir fry in a photo with Wednesday weekly menu plan banner over top.

Easiest Vegetable Stir Fry

Easy Vegetable Stir Fry is a mixture of colorful vegetables sautéed in a sweet and savory sauce that makes for a simple weeknight meal! Less than 30 minutes to make from start to finish!

Beef stroganoff photo with Thursday weekly menu plan banner over top.

One Pot Beef Stroganoff

One Pot Beef Stroganoff  has all the delicious flavors you love about this classic comfort food made easier in just ONE pan! Strips of tender beef, soft egg noodles coated in a creamy mushroom sauce and perfect for busy weeknights!

Denver omelet breakfast photo with Saturday banner over top.

Denver Omelet Breakfast Muffins

Denver Omelet Breakfast Muffins are such a great breakfast and perfect for making ahead or on the go! Loaded with Peppers, onions, ham and ooey gooey cheese, these will become a favorite! 

Skillet garlic butter herb steak and potatoes with Sunday weekly menu plan banner over top.

Skillet Garlic Butter Herb Steak and Potatoes

Skillet Garlic Butter Herb Steak and Potatoes is pan seared and cooked to perfection and topped with a garlic herb butter compound. This is the best steak that I have ever had!! 

Creme Brûlée

Creme Brûlée is a simple but elegant dessert made with egg yolks, heavy cream, vanilla and sugar. A creamy custard topped with caramelized sugar!

Printable Shopping List:

I made this as easy as possible by even providing a FREE shopping list that is easy to print and makes your grocery shopping days much easier.

  • Monday Dinner: Homemade Chimichanga Recipe 
  • Tuesday Dinner: Garlic Brown Sugar Glazed Salmon
  • Wednesday Dinner: Easiest Vegetables Stir Fry
  • Thursday Dinner: One Pot Beef Stroganoff
  • Saturday Dinner: Denver Omelet Breakfast Muffins
  • Sunday Dinner: Butter Herb Steak and Potatoes
  • Dessert: Creme Brûlée

Focus on family while I focus on what’s for dinner. I am here to help and get family meals on the tables with low cost, simple and within an hour. These are all recipes that have low ingredient lists and can be used week after week. 

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Weekly menu plan 8 printable grocery list.


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Post Updated on April 24, 2020

Originally Posted on August 8, 2015



Introducing…Eat Out (But In)

Introducing Eat Out (But In)! A RecipeTin created list-yourself directory to discover the amazing new offerings of our talented restaurant industry, fighting to survive through the pandemic. Multi course fine dining at home, access to produce previously reserved for hatted restaurants.

Tonight we’re eating out – but in!!!

I just wanted to do something to help our restaurant industry

The COVID-19 pandemic has obliterated our restaurant industry. But they are rising from the ashes, emerging with innovative new offerings for these times. Multi-course fine dining at home, elite produce previously reserved for hatted restaurants, home delivery cocktails.

They are working their guts out to survive and keep their staff employed. And I just wanted to do something to help.

So Eat Out (But In) was borne. A free RTE created directory for restaurants to list themselves to tell the world what they are now offering, and direct customers back their website or wherever / however they can make an order.

Eat out but in - Sydney restaurants open during pandemic

This is for everyone! You don’t have to be a fancy restaurant.

There are a handful of online media outlets that are maintaining lists of restaurants changing what they do in order to survive. The problem is these lists are not up to date – because restaurants have to write in, then the editor needs to craft text the add it to the list – and they are not very long because they are typically very skewed towards high end restaurants.

You don’t see cheap ‘n cheerful locals on those lists. It’s just not suited to their genre.

But Eat Out (But In) is for ANY restaurant – or cafe, bistro, bakery. ANYONE in the food industry can add a listing if they’ve had to change what they do in order to cater to these times. We don’t segregate between the posh and cheap ‘n cheerful around these parts!

Do it FOR them!

Know a local bistro that’s really hurting during this pandemic? Mary and Pete who run the local bistro who relied on the weekend brunch crowd to make a living, now trying to survive by offering at-home brunch packs.

LIST THEM on Eat Out (But In)! They’re busy and stressed enough as it is, they will appreciate it!


How it works (it’s quick ‘n easy!)

Here’s how Eat Out (But In) works:

  1. Create a listing – anyone can do it, the restaurant itself or someone else can do it on their behalf
  2. Insert basic details (name, location, and what they’re offering), submit for approval, then it will appear once someone in Team RTE approves it
  3. Edit the listing anytime you want
  4. Create as many listings as you want!

Help your favourite local – list them on Eat Out (But In)!

Eat Out (but in!)

The website as set up is ready to be used across the whole of Australia. But for launch, I’ve only focussed on populating it with Sydney restaurants – just so it’s not a sad empty website!

But it’s certainly ready to have restaurants from anywhere in Australia added to it – and I’m excited to see it grow because I know the more it’s populated, the more people will use it which means the more restaurants will be connected to customers.

But I’m hoping desperately that the life of this Eat Out But In will be very short, that this pandemic will be over soon and there will no longer be a need for it.

I see the light at the end of the tunnel. In the meantime, I will keep pounding the virtual pavement, making my small contribution to help.

– Nagi x

Life of Dozer

Laundry Day…I took a phone call, turned around and saw THIS )

Dozer lying on pile of laundry

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Mango Float (Mango Ice Box Cake)

Stuck at home and craved for sweets! It’s hard to look for desserts because of ECQ and deliveries are also limited. Since it’s mango season and mangoes are fairly cheap these days especially if you’re buying them from the palengke. I decided to just make the easiest but delicious dessert I know — MANGO FLOAT (or Mango Ice Box Cake).

I thought it would be a great bonding experience for me and Ykaie. Alam nyo naman, cooking is really one of our favorite bonding activities and Ykaie is really starting to enjoy cooking!

My passion for cooking is something I got from my nanay so it’s nice to see that I am passing it on to my kids!

We also made some for friends and relatives who I know are also feeling down during this time. I hope this will somehow perk up their mood and cheer them up.

I chilled the Nestlé All Purpose Cream overnight and then I beat it using a mixer.It doubled in size and became fluffier. I think this is best if you’re gonna make this for selling(business).

I think I’m gonna try this using Strawberry next time. Meron akong frozen strawberries here at home.

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Mango Float (Mango Ice Box Cake)


  • 1 pack (250ml) Nestle All Purpose Cream
  • ½ cup condensed milk
  • Graham Crackers
  • Mango Slices

  1. Chill NESTLÉ All Purpose Cream overnight and whip using a handmixer.
  2. Combine with condensed milk.
  3. Put 2 tbsp of the mixture on the glass dish or microwaveable container.
  4. Arrange Graham Crackers in the container. Then top with the cream mixture.
  5. Cover with mango slices.
  6. Repeat procedure to form 2-4 layers.
  7. Keep in the refrigerator for 4 hours or until the graham is moist with cream.
  8. You can also put it in the freezer if you want it frozen.
  9. Slice into serving portions before servings.

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Pinangat na Pompano sa Kamias at Kamatis

Sometimes the simplest food are the most delicious…. just like this Pinangat na Pompano sa Kamias at Kamatis. It’s a simple dish of fish simmered in souring agent kamias (belimbing/ bilimbi) and kamatis (tomato) but the flavor combination of the different kinds of souring agents brings out the taste of the fish.

For me, it brings me to a place of peace. It reminds me of my parents who love these kinds of Filipino dishes. Simple and easy to cook. It reminds me of my nanay and tatay eating together in the dining table while talking about the news and everything under the sun. It may not look much but it was one of the moments where I can see how much they love each other. Hay, I miss my parents (they’re both deceased)… especially now that my emotions are really unstable. (sorry na, ang aga-aga nag-eemote ako..)

Anyway, What is Pinangat or Pangat? There are actually two versions of Pinangat, one is cooked with water and a souring agent and one is cooked with coconut milk. The sour version is what I grew up with, we love cooking shrimp, and other types of fish as pinangat but we only use tomato as the souring agent. Unlike sinigang, though, pinangat doesn’t have much soup.

When I got married, I learned to experiment especially because peanubutter‘s Pinangat version has soy sauce. And sometimes, like today, we had kamias that’s expiring — and so it has to be used, hence, Pinangat na Pompano sa Kamias at Kamatis became today’s lunch.

How’s Quarantine life treating you today?



  • 1 tbsp cooking oil
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1 thumb-size ginger, sliced
  • 3 tomatoes, quartered
  • 8 pieces kamias
  • 3 cups water
  • 1 tbsp sinigang mix
  • 700g pompano
  • 1 tsp patis

  1. Heat oil in a pan and sauté garlic, onion, and ginger until fragrant and onions are translucent.
  2. Add the tomatoes and cook for 1 more minute. Pour in water.
  3. Add the sinigang mix and stir. Add the kamias and simmer for 3 minutes.
  4. Add the pompano fish and mash the kamias so the flavors will come out.
  5. Simmer until fish is cooked. Season with patis.
  6. Serve with steamed rice.

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