Menu of the Week: Menu Plan Monday and Gluten Free Menu Swap

islandbreaky.jpgThe theme for the Gluten Free Menu swap this week is the BANANA, so I’ll be making a banana coconut muffin (with coconut flour) this week. Sounds good, yes? The swap is hosted this week by Natalie, the Gluten Free Mommy herself. And of course, I always love to post my menu plans with Org Junkie. Here it is!

Monday: Indian
Potato and Green Pea Stew
Rice Pilaf (yum! I MAY post about this)

Wednesday: Vegetarian
Rachel’s Barbecue Tempeh
Sauteed Green Beans
Corn Muffins

Friday: Vegan
Portobello Salad with Spicy Mustard Dressing (from Veganomicon) (I may share the dressing)
Homemade Sundried Tomato Brazillian Rolls (good but not spectacular. I’ll keep working on this recipe)

Saturday: Japanese
Fried Tofu Balls
And Onigiri Rice Balls (Very good! I’ll definitely be blogging about my special fusion onigiri!)

Baked Goods: Bette Hagman Potato Bread (reviewS to follow) and banana coconut muffins

Don’t forget to check out my “Adopt a Gluten Free Blogger” event that you can participate in for the next two weeks!

Recent Posts:
Lowfat Gluten Free Biscuit Recipe with Pamela’s Mix
Don’t despair if you missed the San Francisco Gluten-Free Cooking Spree! Check out
my review here
(and come next year, or go to one of the other Cooking Sprees scheduled across the country)

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3 Responses to “Menu of the Week: Menu Plan Monday and Gluten Free Menu Swap”

  1. Bananas are everywhere!! I just heard an interview on NPR with a guy who wrote a book about them. I had no idea that they were so influential in politics and foreign relations.

    Oh, sorry I got distracted thinking about that book! My sister is allergic to wheat so I am going to send her your way!

  2. [...] Sea at Book of Yum has the most punctual gluten free menu. tee hee. Her vegetarian international flair abounds in her delicious meal plan this week. Her banana coconut muffin made with coconut flour sounds great too. [...]

  3. HI Sea:
    Looking forward to the Japanese tofu balls recipe and the banana coconut muffins sound very good.

    I just put up a recipe for Lemon-Poppy Joy squares (adapted from a lemon curd bar in The Joy of Cooking) that you might want to try. They’re of course gluten-free, very fast and easy to make, and incredibly delicious. I’ve only made them once but they’re going on my all-time favourite list.

    Thanks for your nice comments on my going home post; I really appreciate the empathy!

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