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Main Course Menu Plan: Week 3  Spring II

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Day 1: Pan-Fried Salmon with Lemon and Capers

Total time: 15 minutes
    Lemon and capers combine to add lots of flavor to this simple preparation.  Quickly seared, they can finish cooking over low heat while you enjoy your starter.

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Day 2: Chicken Breasts Stuffed with Ham, Spinach and Cheese

Total time: 40 minutes
     These are easy to make: slice a pocket, fill and tie.  They're baked with a drizzle of olive oil to make a crunchy crust.  I snipped the string in a few places to make it easier to remove but left it on when serving: they looked nicer! Get breasts that are on the large side.

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Day 3: Salad with Spinach, Ham, Avocado and Pasta  

Total time: 25 minutes
      This is a Spinach Salad rather than a Pasta Salad.  There is just a bit of pasta added for texture and to finish the meal. Use a thick slice of ham, either Prosciutto-type, or regular deli-ham. 

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Note:  If you have any Prosciutto lurking in the fridge, add that to the salad as well. 

Day 4: Chicken with Broccoli and Olives    

Total time: 30 minutes
     This is a colorful dish full of Mediterranean flavors: capers, olives, peppers, lemon and garlic.  It's made like a stir-fry, leaving the vegetables with a bit of crunch.

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Day 5:  Pork Tenderloin with Mustard and White Wine Sauce

Total time: 35 minutes
     Pork and mustard go well together. It makes a lovely, quick, mid-week dinner, yet 'gourmet' enough for unexpected guests! If the tenderloin has a lot of ‘silver’, trim it with a sharp knife before slicing.

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Day 6: Stir-fried Turkey with Spring Vegetables    

Total time: 25 minutes
    This cooks quickly, as most stir-fries do, allowing the bright green, spring vegetables to retain their color.  I use Brown rice but substitute Basmati if you prefer. Add other spring vegetables if you have them.

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