The Australian Women's Weekly - - Country Cook -

Get­ting your fam­ily eat­ing bet­ter just takes a lit­tle plan­ning. To help you, we’ve put to­gether week-long din­ner plans, com­plete with great tast­ing sim­ple recipes and shop­ping lists. You’ll save money, waste less food, and maybe even en­joy more fam­ily time! Check out th­ese meal plans for in­spi­ra­tion at live­

PIZZA AND SALAD Pizza with 2 in­gre­di­ent base. Too easy!

Make minia­ture ver­sions and ev­ery­one can cus­tomise their own pizza with their favourite top­pings. Serve with a side salad, just in case not ev­ery­one’s pizza ends up over­flow­ing with vegeta­bles!

GRILLED SAL­MON WITH BROWN RICE SALAD Aim for a few fish meals ev­ery week. This is a rip­per!

Hot tip: make dou­ble the quan­tity of rice salad and take it for lunch to­mor­row with a boiled egg or small can of tuna.

BUR­RI­TOS This Mex­i­can mince is so ver­sa­tile!

Have it as bur­ri­tos tonight, and in toasties or as na­chos to­mor­row!

CHICK­PEA CURRY Curry in a hurry!

This is a great recipe to use up any ve­g­ies that are look­ing a lit­tle sad. Ad­just the spice to your fam­ily’s lik­ing.

OVEN BAKED FISH WITH SWEET PO­TATO WEDGES Fri­day night fish and chips any­one?

This fast and fresh ver­sion is on the ta­ble in 30 min­utes.

CHICKEN BURG­ERS This recipe feeds 4 peo­ple for about $12 – who says take­away is cheaper?

Th­ese chicken burg­ers also have about half the fat and dou­ble the ve­g­ies com­pared to a fast food ham­burger.

BAKED CHICKEN PARMA WITH SWEET PO­TATO MASH This is one of our most pop­u­lar recipes.

Su­per tasty, with loads more ve­g­ies than a pub parma.

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