Gluten-Free Menu 5-6-12

Gluten-Free-Menu-5-6-12

Need some menu ideas for this week?  Here are a few you might like.

Rotisserie Chicken and Rice – Rotisserie chicken is an easy meal that I rely on sometimes.  Not all of them are gluten-free however.  Be sure to read the ingredients, even if you have to lift it up and look on the bottom of the container.

Baked Salmon – I served it with a mixture of white rice and black quinoa.  One of my kids asked if the black quinoa was really ant butts!

Hamburger Spinach Quiche – Although this is a crustless recipe, I made it with a crust this time.  I used my multi-purpose pastry dough which makes two single crusts.

Tacos – I used Rudi’s new tortillas which I’ll be telling you more about later this week.

Leftovers – I wasn’t feeling well Friday evening so gluten-free son and I ate leftover tacos and the other guys fended for themselves.

Corn Dog Mini Muffins – I was still not up to par on Saturday so we didn’t have a proper Cinco de Mayo meal.  I have been trying out new hot dog brands, trying to find something soy free and natural that we all like.  This week I tried Applegate uncured beef hot dogs and liked them.  I think they will be my hot dog of choice in the future.

What’s on your menu this week?



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Comments

  1. says

    We have a difficult time finding rotisserie chicken that is GF; it seems that Costco is the only place around us that has it available. The salmon recipe looks amazing!

  2. Terri says

    As for “What is on your menu this week?”. I spent all afternoon making Fish Gumbo, New Orleans Style. It is a basic Shrimp Gumbo recipe with fish instead. For the Roux (thickening for soup base – cook as long as you can without burning – about 15-20 minutes), instead of cooking wheat flour with oil for a long time for the standard recipe, I used some Bob’s Red Mill All-purpose GF flour and some brown rice flour. It is delicious and I will heat it up at work Monday and Tuesday being careful not to over cook, just heat up. Tasty and healthy too! Serve over rice.

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