The Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan for this week begins with a fall-apart tender sandwich dinner of Beef Short Ribs in a tangy sauce. Sliced onions are optional.
Following that is a celebration of Cinco de Mayo featuring Carne Guisada, a spicy Mexican-inspired beef stew that can have onions, tomatoes and even potatoes in it. Like most stews, the ingredients can vary some. It’s been a favorite of mine since I first had some in San Antonio years ago.
I’m so happy to see daffodils and tulip trees blooming! It’s also fun to add a few spring veggies to this week’s Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan.
Asparagus, sugar snap peas, spring salad greens and green peas are a few sides that I like to add to the menu any time of year. But, they are even better when I can find them fresh, so I’ve added them to several of the meals below.
There’s a slow cooker meal, a sandwich supper, a paleo chicken dinner, a salad supper, a shrimp sauté, a “breakfast for supper” and a crock pot turkey breast supper this week.
This week’s Gluten Free Diet Menu Plan begins with a marvelous Easter holiday dinner of oven roasted boneless pork loin and ends with an easy lasagna with spinach.
This week the gluten-free diet menu plan begins with one of the most popular recipes on Elegantly, Gluten-Free, which is Easy Meatballs. They’re paired with baked polenta, sauce and mozzarella. This will probably be Al’s favorite meal of the whole week!
Next I’ve planned three 30 minute meals – Shrimp Gumbo, Pan-Grilled Pork Chops, Broiled Salmon Fillets – followed by a slow cooker meal of Beef Round Steak.
This week will be busier than ever for me.
Because of that I planned the Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan to have one day of comfort food – Chicken and Dumplings with Peas and Carrots!
And, the rest of the week will be full of slow cooker meals, 30 minute meals and one easy casserole.
I started the Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan this week in the easiest way possible. I took a family request!
Sometimes when I just don’t know where to begin, I need to remember that I don’t always have to come up with the answers – I can ask the rest of the family what they want.
This time the request was for Cabbage Rolls and Blueberry Pie. How could I go wrong with that?
This week’s Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan starts off with a South of the Border chicken entrée that is good enough for guests, with a dessert of flan and a snack to start the week off of Oatmeal Raisin Walnut Bars.
For the next day, which will be St. Patrick’s Day, there is a traditional corned beef dinner which, even though I’m not Irish, I cook at every opportunity.
I’ll try to save enough of it to make the Corned Beef Hash Skillet a couple of days later.
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