Gluten-Free Meal Plan: January 21st



We have planned a delicious menu for the week to celebrate Lunar New Year beginning on January 22nd! On Monday, we'll be starting the week off with a hearty Beef Broccoli Noodle Stir Fry, courtesy of Dzung Lewis @Honeysuckle who generously shared her recipe with us. Tuesday's dinner will be a gluten-free cauliflower Piccata. Wednesday's dinner will feature a Filet Mignon Salad. On Thursday, we'll be indulging in some Crispy Oven Baked Mushroom Fries. And to close out the week, we'll be trying a special treat: Nian Gao, a family recipe from @Thestephpn. We can't wait for you to try these tasty dishes and join us in ringing in the Year of the Rabbit!

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MONDAY Beef Broccoli Noodle Stir Fry
by @Honeysuckle

"We’re taking my takeout favorite, broccoli beef, and turning it into a complete meal in one with this noodle stir fry. It takes a little bit of prepping, but this is something that you could whip up in about half an hour!"

TUESDAY Cauliflower Piccata with Sun-Dried Tomatoes
by @Thefeedfeed

Cauliflower Piccata With Sun-Dried Tomatoes is a pasta dish with a heavy helping of capers, white wine, and fresh lemon juice, which are often used in Italian cooking to add flavor to a dish. The sun-dried tomatoes add a hint of sweetness to the dish.

WEDNESDAY Filet Mignon Salad
by @Allweeat-com

This salad is a hearty meal with tender slices of filet mignon, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, feta cheese, and a balsamic vinaigrette on top of a bed of crisp greens. It can be served as a fancy lunch or a full dinner and is flavorful and satisfying.
THURSDAY Crispy Oven Baked Mushroom Fries with Spicy Creamy Tahini Dip
by @Woon.heng

Crispy oven-baked mushroom fries are a tasty and healthier alternative to traditional fries made with breaded and baked mushrooms served with a spicy and creamy tahini dip. Perfect as a snack or side dish, they are sure to be a hit with mushroom lovers.

By @Thestephpn

This chewy glutinous rice cake is flavored with brown slab sugar and steamed until firm. Nian gao, or "yearly cake" is eaten to celebrate Lunar New Year. Slice it into strips before frying it to golden, crispy perfection! (Don't be scared off by the term "glutinous rice," it is completely gluten-free!)