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Gluten Free Meal Plan: January 10th

Nourishing Grains!

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Clare Langan
Editorial Director @thefeedfeed / SF Bay Area / IG @clarelangan
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All About Ancient Grains!

This week we’re featuring hearty, nourishing ancient grains. These pantry mainstays are full of texture and perfect for batch-cooking, ideal for assembling meals throughout the week. We start out with crispy fritters, move onto warm grain bowls and then ease into the weekend with a creamy alternative to oatmeal.

 
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Crispy Millet Fritters with Lemony Yogurt Sauce 
by @clarelangan

Millet has a texture like couscous and a flavor similar to quinoa. When given the fritter treatment, they become super crispy. Serve it with a simple green salad for a vibrant start to the week.

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Seared Salmon Quinoa Bowls with Cara Cara Vinaigrette 
by @jakecohen

Who says you can’t pickle on a weeknight? Along with fluffy quinoa, the key to this one-bowl wonder are the quick-pickled shallots. Top with extra yogurt sauce from last night for even more flavor

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One Pot Pork Chops and Quinoa
by @nictastingspoon 
 

This ingenious sear/steam method means your pork chops stay juicy. Do you have leftover quinoa from last night? Add it to the Swiss chard before the seared pork chops.
 

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Turkey and Sorghum Grain Chili 
by @thedaleyplate

Sorghum is a gluten-free grain popular in the South. It can even be popped like popcorn! No pressure cooker? Prepare this in a large pot on the stovetop and simmer for about 40 minutes.

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Wild Rice and Microgreen Salad
by @sincerelyv

This isn’t the wild rice pilaf from a box from the 90s. Packed with lots of fresh herbs, crunchy nuts and citrus, this hearty salad is delicious on its own or topped with a protein. Swap in any dried fruit or nuts you like.


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Chickpea Carrot Amaranth Falafels
by @cookingforpeanuts

These light and fluffy sheet-pan falafel are just right stuffed in a gluten free flatbread or on top of a simple salad. No need to buy amaranth flour. Simply blitz the grains in a high-speed blender.


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Amaranth Breakfast Porridge with Caramelized Bananas by @foodyfirst

Amaranth is a grain-like seed similar to quinoa. It’s high in protein with a sweet, earthy flavor. We love it in porridge as a change of pace from oatmeal. Caramelized bananas and nut butter take this breakfast over the top!

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