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Menu planning is going to be a little interesting for the next few weeks. I’m doing a two month gluten-free diet to try to help my migraines (but my blood test for celiac disease was negative). So, I am going to be planning dinner menus that are gluten-free, which means no wheat, barley, rye, or a myriad of other ingredients often found in processed foods. Most of our starches now will be potatoes, rice, and corn. It will be an interesting few months.
1. Chicken Kiev (with gluten-free bread-crumb coating), asparagus
2.Tacos with corn tortillas (or flour tortillas for the rest of the family) with salad.
3. Tilapia, rice, salad
4. Ham, tortillas, broccoli
5. Ham, arepas (Venezuelan corn bread) broccoli
6. Pasta with parmesan and garlic, ham, tortillas, asparagus
7. Easter lunch – Either a fancy lunch with duck of some kind (if I’m feeling ambitious) or (more likely) scrambled eggs, bacon, grits, tortillas, fruit, milk.
It’s not very exciting, but it meets the gluten-free requirement. I welcome any and all gluten-free recommendations (although I’m such a picky eater that who knows how many I’ll actually use!!).
Check out what others are doing this week at Menu Plan Monday.