Wednesday – Pasta with mushrooms, asparagus, and pesto.
Tuesday – Chicken thighs with chickpeas
Thursday – Easy garlic lime chicken over quinoa
Friday – linguine and clams
Monday – Easy fettuccine pasta with kale, spinach, and cherry tomatoes. This polar vortex has got me dream of summery dishes.
Tuesday – Greek grilled chicken and hummus wrap.
Wednesday – Teriyaki glazed salmon.
Thursday – Lasagna carbonara.
Friday – Pulled pork sliders.
Happy last week of January/first week of February. This week’s theme is all about the Super Bowl! The New England Patriots are back in the big game, so they’ve inspired a week all about soups!
Monday – Orzo soup. You can also use chicken in place of the turkey.
Tuesday – Chicken gnocchi soup. I recommend keeping a close eye on the gnocchi cooking in the crockpot, or just cook it separately. It is easy to overcook.
Wednesday – One pot skinny lasagna soup
Thursday – Crockpot chicken tortilla soup
Friday – Chili Mac
Wednesday – Steak and bok choy stir fry. Use left over steak from Monday nights dinner for this easy stir fry.
Thursday – Spicy shrimp with garlicky quinoa
Friday – Prosciutto and brussel sprout pizza
Monday – Marinated shrimp quinoa bowl
Tuesday – Baked parmesan sour cream chicken.
Thursday – Healthy turkey and lentil chili
Friday – One pan penne, sausage, and kale. One of my favorite weeknight meals!
Monday – 3 ingredient butternut squash mac and cheese. This recipe calls for the easiest dinner hack ever! Click to find out what it is.
Tuesday – Apple, sage, goat cheese stuffed pork chops. Hello perfect Fall meal!
Wednesday – Chicken and mushroom risotto
Thursday – Crockpot Thai pork
Friday – Quinoa spinach quesadilla.
Monday – Chicken parm meatloaf.
Tuesday – Creamy pumpkin spicy sausage pasta.
Wednesday – Arroz con pollo.
Super easy oven baked Pork Schnitzel is an easy week night recipe. Pair it with potatoes and a salad for an easy and satisfying dinner.
Looking to get in the fun of celebrating Oktoberfest? Then try this easy oven baked Pork Schnitzel. It’s healthier than pan frying, but tastes just as delicious. It also is a great make ahead meal and stores well in the freezer.
Pork schnitzel is a popular German dish prepared by breading and frying thin pork cutlets. Although there are many varieties of schnitzel like chicken, veal, and turkey. Pork is one of my personal favorites. The key to a good schnitzel is a meat mallet. You need to pound the pork very thin. Skip the gym and have this be your arm work out!
- 4 boneless pork chops, pounded until ¼ inch thick
- ½ cup flour
- 2 tsp salt
- 1 tsp black pepper
- 1 tsp roasted garlic powder
- 2 eggs whisked
- 1 cup unseasoned breadcrumbs
- Preheat oven to 425.
- Combine flour and spices in shallow bowl. Eggs in another, and breadcrumbs in another
- Dip each piece of pork into flour, shaking off excess. Then dip into egg, then bread crumbs. Place pork on a lightly oiled wire rack over baking sheet.
- Bake for 15 minutes. Flip and bake another 5 minutes.
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