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Delivered Meals Program - Week of March 30, 2020

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Due to the current status of events for everyone, we have initiated our meals delivery program. All meals are under 400 calories, portion controlled AND we have menus which change each week with no repeats for an entire year!

Deliveries are Mondays and/or Thursdays. There is a seven meal minimum with each order for each week.

For more information, or 954-367-YADA (9232).

For the week of March 30th, here is the menu:
  1. Chicken and Sundried Tomato Wonton Ravioli - wonton ravioli stuffed with chicken sundried tomato and a touch of mint surrounded by YaDa’s diced tomato sauce
  2. Italian Style Pork Chops with Vinegar and Sweet Peppers with Potato and Vegetable - pork chops roasted with onions, garlic, bell peppers and a chardonnay vinegar reduction
  3. Rigatoni with Broccoli, Turkey Sausage and Pine Nuts - mild Italian-style turkey sausage sauteed with broccoli and tossed with toasted pine nuts and lemon slices
  4. Balsamic Glazed Tuna with Rice and Vegetable - sashimi grade tuna fillets grilled and brushed with sweet balsamic reduction
  5. Cranberry Mustard Glazed Chicken with Potato and Vegetable - boneless chicken breast topped  and baked with fresh cranberries and whole grain French mustard 
  6. Cot D’Azur Pork Chops with Whole Grain Mustard Mashed Potatoes with Green Beans - pork chops pan simmered with tomato and garlic served with whole grain infused mashed potatoes
  7. Espresso Barbecue Fish with Rice and Vegetable - fresh fish grilled and brushed with YaDa Chef’s signature espresso barbecue sauce
  8. Chicken with Juniper Berries served with Potato and Vegetable - boneless breast of chicken topped with a light pan sauce of white wine thyme and juniper berries

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