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Delivered Meals Menu - Week of April 20, 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 an eight meal minimum (any combination of the below choices) with each order for each week.

For more information, info@yadachef.com or 954-367-YADA (9232). Orders must be received by 12noon Friday for delivery the following week.

For the week of April 20, here is the menu:

  1. Steak with Adabodo Paste with Chipotle/Corn Mashed Potatoes -  prime fillet of beef grilled with a sweet garlic/lime/chili paste  
  2. CW’s Chicken with Walnut Aillade over Pasta - boneless chicken marinaded in yogurt and browned served over pasta with garlic/walnut sauce
  3. Balsamic/Honey Glazed Salmon with Rice and Vegetable - roasted sashimi grade salmon topped with a balsamic/honey reduction
  4. Kotopoulo Skorthato (Greek Lemon/Garlic Chicken with Potato) - bone in chicken roasted with garlic, lemon,  and potatoes
  5. Vegetable Fried Rice - spicy marinated vegetables quick stir-fried with rice
  6. Tangine of Lentils, Brown Rice, and Vegetables - Moroccan staple of red lentils, onions and tomatoes...made just a bit more tasty with a topping of dairy free swiss cheese
  7. Shrimp with Garlic Sauce, Quinoa and Vegetable - Quinoa the super food is tossed with seasonal vegetables and topped with shrimp and a “creamy” white wine garlic sauce
  8. Spaghetti and Turkey Meatballs with Fresh Tomato Sauce - scrumptious light turkey meatballs baked then slow simmered in YaDa Chef’s fresh tomato sauce--buono appetito



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