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Five family dinners for under $100

Made to save you time and money, we've partnered with Love Food Hate Waste to create weekly meal planners - each has 5 recipes and your weekly shopping list. 

This weeks meal planner has five easy and tasty dinner recipes plus a shopping list for the week that will feed four people for under $100 (excluding the staple items).
The meal planners are made to be zero waste – so all the ingredients you buy should be used by the end of the week, and we've also include tips for how to store and use up leftovers. They are created using spring produce but can be made at any time of the year with seasonal substitutions.
We've created recipe cards and shopping lists that you can download below.

Week 3 meal planner

Print or save shopping list and recipes

Week three recipes are: Sung choi bao (Chinese-inspired lettuce cups), a vegetarian falafel wrap, a spicy chicken adobo, a light and refreshing spaghetti dish with pork mince and a tasty biryani.

Week 3 tips

• The first three dishes for this week include a raw salad component so we recommend cooking those first to make sure the salad is fresh when it is served.

• Shopping list ingredients you will be sharing between meals this week are: mince, round green beans, frozen spinach, hoisin sauce, onions, shitake (shiitake) mushrooms, lettuce, lemons, carrots, beetroot, kale, red split lentils and basmati rice.

• Pork mince is the listed ingredient in the recipes, but you can use your favourite mince instead.

• This week’s recipes only use 500g of rice but if you are only able to get a 1kg bag of basmati you will have some rice leftover. Another recipe where you can use the additional rice is the sung choi bao as it is a light dish and is a great way to bulk up the meal.

• Hoisin sauce is listed as a shopping list ingredient this week – some alternative substitutes that can be used include oyster sauce, teriyaki sauce or a plum sauce. When using alternative sauces add in a smaller amount as listed in the ingredient list first and test taste.

• The red lentil falafel wrap and adobo recipes use similar salad ingredients – to save time you can combine the salad ingredients and use it over two days.