Cooking on a Budget 05-16-19




Hannaford brand soy sauce - $1.29 (Teriyaki chicken sandwiches and Egg Roll Bowl)

Marshmallows – 88 cents (Gotta get ready for the 3 day camping weekend)

Hannaford Graham Crackers - $2.79 (S’mores for the camping trip!)

Assorted Pork Chops – 99 cents lb. (Grill them up or freeze for another day)

ALDI – They have been slow on their weekly flyer!So these sales end on Saturday

Baby Spinach - $2.49 (Mediterranean Pasta)

Zucchini – 99 cents lb. (Mediterranean zoodles)

Mangoes – 59 cents each (Kids lunch bags)

Pineapple - $1.49 each (Teriyaki chicken sandwiches)

Shredded Cheeses - $2.49 (3lb bag) (Bacon wrapped Jalapeno Stuffed Chix)

Cream Cheese – 89 cents (Bacon wrapped Jalapeno Stuffed Chix)

Pork Sausage Roll - $2.09 (16oz package) (Egg Roll Bowl)

Appleton Farms Premium Sliced Bacon - $3.85 (Bacon wrapped Jalapeno Stuffed Chix)

Appleton Farms Fully Cooked Bacon - $2.75 (Bacon wrapped Jalapeno Stuffed Chix)

Chips - $1.25 (Chips can get so expensive, yet at Aldi you can get your Sour Cream and Onion, BBQ, Original, Wavy, Cheddar and Sour Cream for a great low price!Great for your BBQ!)

Package of Jalapenos - $1.09 each (8 ounce bag) (Bacon wrapped Jalapeno Stuffed Chix)

SHAWS – Starts Friday

3 Day Sale Items – nothing I need this week but for others you might want to check out:

·Petite Sirloin Steak or Roast - $2.99lb

·Cod Fillets/Cooked Shrimp - $6.99lb (could add the shrimp to Mediterranean dish)

·Kraft, Taco Bell Shreds or Cracker Barrel Cheeses - $1.99

·Klondike Bars - $1.99

·Pepsi 12 packs – 4 for $10

·Scott 20 Roll TP - $9.99

Regular Sales

All natural Boneless chicken breasts - $1.49lb (Buy enough for both Teriyaki chicken sandwich and Jalapeno pepper stuffed chicken)

Good deals of the week (not for the menu):

Fresh Ground Beef (80%) or Shady Brook Farms Ground Turkey - $2.49lb

Sweet Baby Rays BBQ, marinades, dipping sauces – 99 cents (limit 4 – all varieties)

Kellogg’s Cereal Sale!- $1.99 (Apple Jacks, Frosted Flakes, etc.)

Or hit up Market basket for $3 family size Kellogg’s Cereal!

10 for $10 –

McCormick’s Grill Mates Packets

Signature Select Relish

Yellow Mustard

Zone Perfect Bars (I eat these for a protein snack)

Pasta/Rice a Roni

MARKET BASKET – Starts on Sunday

Boneless Sirloin Tips - $5.99lb (celebrate the grilling season!)

Fresh Chicken: Legs, Thighs, Drumsticks – 89 cents lb.! (Get grilling!)

Fresh Express 3 color Cole Slaw – 99 cents a bag (Egg Roll Bowls)

Virginia or Honey Ham - $3.99lb (Teriyaki pineapple chix sandwiches)


Heluva Good! Dips – 2 for $3 (grilling and snacking all weekend!)

Seedless European Cucumbers – 69 cents each (great deal!)

Lindy’s Italian Ices – 2 for $3 (usually $2 a box!)

Heinz Ketchup – 2 for $6

Bush’s Baked Beans – 3 for $5 (I will be using these camping!)

Kayem hot dogs!- All kinds, all prices

Plus the Kayem Artisan sausages – 2 for $4 (5 flavors!)

Newman’s Own Lemonade – 3 for $5 (refreshing cocktails for the folks with vodka and a great summer virgin drink for the kids – just add some fresh slice strawberries, pour in a wine glass with ice and they feel fancy!)


TERIYIAKI PINEAPPLE CHICKEN SANDWICHES ON HAWAIAN ROLLS – You can buy teriyaki sauce (I like Kikkoman baste and glaze) or you can make your own – it’s really simple!Heat some water, brown sugar, soy sauce, honey, garlic powder, onion powder and ginger and cook until sugar is all dissolved.Add a mixture of cornstarch/water to thicken.(I do everything to taste, but love adding more ginger and garlic).Once you have your sauce pound out your chicken breast and marinade a day in your teriyaki sauce.Grill the chicken, once cooked through I put on a slice of ham, a slice of pineapple and then melt your cheese on top (I like pepper jack and the kids stick with American). Serve on a Hawaiian bun or on a pretzel roll!Serve up with a veg – my kids like baby carrots and cucumbers.

MEDITERRANEAN PASTA OR MEDITERRANEAN ZOODLES – If you are using zucchini as your noodles I usually spiral zucchinis with my Veggetti Pro.(If you are using pasta you could use whole wheat thin spaghetti. Boil until al dente and set aside) Cook up your zucchini noodles and spinach in some butter, garlic, salt and pepper and then drain extra water. In your pan now add in sun-dried tomatoes, capers, parsley, artichoke hearts and Kalamata olives. Squeeze in a little lemon and add some red pepper flakes and top with parmesan cheese or feta!(If you want to add a protein I recommend shrimp J )

EGG ROLL BOWLS – Make your favorite egg roll but a low carb healthier version!Heat up some garlic and ginger and add ground pork and when finished cooking set aside.In the same pan, add some sesame oil, sliced onion, and your bag of cole slaw, when it starts to get tender add your cooked pork, soy sauce and sriracha.Cook for probably 5 minutes or so until cabbage is tender (I still like it a little crisp).Top with some sliced green onions!

MY LAST YEARS WINNING GRANITE CHEF DISH JALAPENO POPPER BACON WRAPPED CHICKEN –Remember I am not the best at measuring, so just make things to taste! Ingredients: Homemade BBQ SAUCE – make and set aside. Once the meat is on the grill you will continue to coat the chicken in this sauce. Ketchup, Brown Sugar, Apple Cider Vinegar, Molasses, Honey Mustard, Honey, Raspberry (seedless) preserves, Paprika, Chili Powder, Cayenne Pepper, Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Ground Mustard.Mix all these up for the taste you want – sweeter add more brown sugar and preserves. If you want more heat add more cayenne pepper and chili powder.

Ingredients for your stuffed chicken: Bacon, Chicken breasts, Cream Cheese, Shredded Cheddar/Mozzarella Cheese, Precooked bacon, Jalapenos, Onion powder, Garlic Powder, Salt/Pepper

Turn on your grill on the highest heat. Slice your chicken (not all the way through) and pound it thin. Set aside.Slice the top off of the jalapeno and then slice down the middle and spoon out the seeds.In a bowl mix cream cheese, some cheddar/mozzarella shredded cheese, chopped up precooked bacon, onion powder, garlic powder.Put cheese mixture into each half of jalapeno and put the jalapeno back together.Season your chicken with salt and pepper, put jalapeno in the chicken breast and roll the chicken around, then take your bacon and wrap it around the chicken (toothpick together to hold if you need to).Turn off one side of your grill and place the chicken on the other side.You don’t want to cook on the direct heat or your bacon will flare up.Close the grill and don’t open again for 15-20 minutes. Once you do open, flip the chicken and the bacon side that is now up, and brush on your BBQ sauce. Shut the grill again and cook again for 15-20 minutes, flip and coat with more BBQ sauce. Slow cooking the chicken keeps it moist. We cooked ours for just about an hour.If you don’t pound out your chicken to make it thinner then it will take longer.Once the chicken is done and the bacon is crispy you can serve with extra bbq sauce.




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