Gluten Free Menu Swap: Menu of the Week

This week, the theme ingredient for Gluten Free Menu Swap is Broccoli, and the Swap is hosted by Ginger Lemon Girl

salmonrisottoaspara.jpgMonday: Chinese
Szechuan Pepper Green Beans
Vegetarian Ma Bo Do Fu (Chili Tofu Dish)
White rice

Wednesday: Italian
Beans in olive oil and vinegar
Greens and Grape Salad with Creamy Cabernet Dressing
Polenta

Thursday: Indian
Vegetable Pakora
Basmati Rice Pilaf
Chutney

Friday: Vegan
Roasted Broccoli Salad
Sweet Potato Fries
Oven Baked Nutritional Yeast Tofu


Baked goods of the week:
Yummy bread, Cranberry Cake


Coming Soon: Posts On the Drawing Board

Gluten Free Desserts: Chebe Cranberry Apple Turnover Recipe
Gluten Free Italian Ravioli: Vegan Pumpkin Ravioli Recipe done three ways
Update on Project to honor Bette Hagman
Yum of the Week: Perfect Green Tea

Gluten Free Menu Swap Monday - Broccoli


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5 Responses to “Gluten Free Menu Swap: Menu of the Week”

  1. Yum. Your blog has the right name!
    TM

  2. Lookin’ good. I love food with an Asian flair, that’s one of the many things I really like about your blog. :)

  3. Hi there,
    I just found your blog again, dunno if it’s always been vegetarian, but you are the answer to my food prayers!!!!! I am no cook, but have been trying to come up with veg and gluten free meals for myself since november. I’ve come up with about 5, that’s it. I also try to limit my soy. No dairy or eggs either.
    Anyway, thank you thank you!
    Is it possible for you to add an RSS feed? I’d love to read you in my rss feeder.
    Carrie

  4. Hi Carebear,
    Welcome back!
    My blog is generally vegetarian, although I have had a few seafood posts. The last time I featured seafood it was because I went to a gluten free fish ‘n chips place in Portland, Oregon- it was so unique I just had to blog about it. However, the recipes I feature here are almost always vegetarian. I do sometimes experiment with vegan recipes, and try to come up with vegan versions of some recipes.
    I already have an RSS feed- it’s on the right panel, below the calendar and archives. Let me know if you have any trouble, and if you do, it might be helpful to know which RSS reader/ feeder you are using.
    I’m glad you came back!

    -Sea :)

  5. doh, sorry about that. I just saw the rss links. googlereader didn’t pick up on it, I’ll add it manually.
    I do eat seafood also, just try to limit dairy, eggs and soy due to intolerances. I’ll eat free range meat sometimes too.
    Thanks again!
    Carrie

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