Dinner Planner - Week of December 15th 2018 | Pamela Salzman

Dinner Planner - Week of December 15th 2018 | Pamela Salzman

In case you missed my last post, Clean Eating Magazine is re-launching the Batch Cooking 101 Course I developed for them.  It’s a 6 or 7 week program, depending on if you eat animal protein, and it starts on January 15th.  For my readers and students, they have given me a discount code to offer you which is PSALZMAN50 for $50 Off.  Click here for more information.  In other news, I just filmed my cooking class today where I taught the January menu and I will be sharing how to sign up for my monthly online cooking classes.  These are separate from the Clean Eating course.  More info coming soon!!

In the meantime, let’s get organized now for the week ahead so we have time to devote to other things!  Here’s your dinner planner for the week:

Meatless Monday: Moroccan vegetable soup

Tuesday: Lickity split chicken from my cookbook and spinach risotto (feel free to add in a side veggie if you need it)

Wednesday: Roasted sweet potatoes and leeks with warm garlic dressing and a “clean out your fridge” frittata (use this recipe for a guide)

Thursday: Red Thai curry with salmon and vegetables by Mom’s Kithchen Handbook

Friday: Asian turkey lettuce cups, ginger-honey carrots

Saturday Lunch: Immune boosting soup (everyone is loving this!  Add in last night’s leftover turkey and/or carrots if you like.)

Sunday: Chicken enchiladas rojas and Mexican sauteed greens


Here’s what you can do ahead if you need to:


Wash/dry greens (separate your butter lettuce for lettuce cups) and herbs

Make chicken or vegetable stock

Cook chickpeas from scratch, if you aren’t buying canned

Rice cauliflower, if you aren’t buying pre-riced


Season your chicken (with all the spices and herbs and salt) and refrigerate

Roast garlic and store in fridge, you can even make the dressing ahead of time if you want. If you want the dressing to be “warm” as stated in the recipe, you can reheat the dressing very gently over super low heat in a saucepan on the stove before drizzling the veggies.


Make enchilada sauce and poach chicken

Here’s alink to my previous dinner planners.


I have LOVED seeing all your creations of my recipes on Instagram.  If you make any of my recipes, please tag me @pamelasalzman #pamelasalzman so I can check them out!

If you like my recipes, you’ll LOVE my new cookbook!  If you have cooked from my book and you are enjoying it, it would mean so much to me if you would write a review on amazon.  🙂

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  1. Have you ever subbed a different bean for the chick peas in this?

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