Menu Plan Monday – February 18, 2013

by angelaskitchen on February 18, 2013

My menu plan is now sponsored by the great people over at Better Batter Flour.  The menus will also be published at Start Gluten Free, an online resource made to welcome people into the gluten free living community and help them not feel overwhelmed by new dietary restrictions.  I am thrilled to be a small part of this vibrant community!  Stop by and say “Hi!”

I am hosting the Gluten Free Menu Swap this week.  Yay!  The week’s theme is ginger, one of my very favorite flavors.  Mmmm…  I use ginger a lot in both sweet and savory recipes.  You will find the sweet yet spicy bite of ginger in Ginger Snap BiscottiChicken with Red Curry and ApplesApple, Bok Choy and Carrot SlawThai Chicken or Turkey BurgersGingerbread Pumpkin WafflesKorean Shredded Beef TacosPumpkin Coffee CakeChicken Mango CurryTeriyaki BurgersMongolian Chicken and VeggiesGingerbreadGingerbread CakeMandarine Orange ChickenGinger Snap CookiesPeanut Butter MarinadeMoroccan Chicken TagineSpiced Apple PancakesBombay ChickenKimchiSesame Chicken Veggie Salad with Ginger Soy DressingPotstickersSesame Slow Cooker RibsGingered Beef Broccoli Salad BowlSpiced ChickenSticky Chicken LegsSlow Cooker Pumpkin ButterGinger-Beef Stir FryChicken & Vegetable CurryDark Chocolate Walnut Ginger BiscottiAsian-Style Ribs and Stir-Fried Bok Choy, and Chai.  Um, yeah…  That is a lot of ginger.  I did say I liked it!  What do you like to cook up with ginger?

Freezer cooking plan for the week:    Teriyaki Chicken and Crockpot Pea Soup with Ham are making their way to my freezer this week.  I might be packaging the soup in lunch sizes – I really like having soup for lunch.  Having it portioned out makes it easy-peasy to warm and bring with me in a thermos.

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The week’s breakfast options:  Pumpkin GranolaCinnamon Raisin Baked French Casserole, and various fruits.

The week’s lunch options:  Nut butter or roasted chicken sandwiches on Naomi’s Favorite Wheat-Style BreadChicken Egg Rolls, hummus, and various fruits and veggie sticks.

 

 

 

 

 

Printable grocery list for this week’s dinners.

Monday:  Slow Cooker Salsa Roast Beef served with Kale-idoscope Potato Salad

 

Tuesday:  Teriyaki Chicken with broccoli and carrots 

For the freezer:   Make a double batch of Teriyaki Chicken Allow remainder to cool while eating dinner.  Package the second batch as meal by placing into a gallon sized freezer bag.  Remove as much air as possible, seal, label and freeze.

Wednesday:  Savory Buckwheat Crepes with Roasted Sweat Potato, Mushroom and Kale Filling and a salad with Basic Vinaigrette

 

Thursday:  Crockpot Pea Soup with Ham with Potato Rolls

For the freezer:  Make a double batch of Crockpot Pea Soup with Hamone for dinner and one for the freezer.  Allow remainder to cool while eating dinner.  Package the second batch as meal by placing into a gallon sized freezer bag.  Remove as much air as possible, seal, label and freeze.

Friday:  Cashew Chicken with Bok Choy over quinoa.

 

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What is on everyone else’s plate? 

Kimberlee of The Peaceful Mom, has her breakfast and lunch options up for the week along with her dinner menu; Very Blueberry Smoothie and Apple Sandwiches have caught my eye!  For dinner this week she is serving up Spicy Black BeansGreek Pasta Salad (made with gluten free pasta), Baked Potatoes with bacon, steamed broccoli and cheese, London Broil with home fried potatoes and steamed broccoli & cauliflower, Crock Pot Chili, Baked Chicken with green beans and Tropical Fruit Salad, and Chuck Roast.  Yum!

Samantha of Awkward Girl Gets Fit, is ready for a change in weather and menu ideas.  I hear ya-  I am so ready for it to warm up, too!  This week she is cooking up Chocolate ChiliChicken and Vegetable Lo Mein (made with pork), Crockpot Chicken with gravy, BBQ Drumsticks with Kale & Carrots, Spaghetti with Meatballs, Orange Chicken, and Sandwiches/Lettuce Wraps.  Sounds delicious!

 

Heather of Celiac Family, uses ginger in Marinated Flank Steak, Beef Kabobs and Gluten Free Egg Rolls (swoon).  I NEED these egg rolls.  This week she is Crispy Orange Chicken, Shirley’s Maple Glazed Pork Tenderloin and Red Potato and Green Bean Salad, Hamburgers with Sweet Potato Fries and Sautéed Spinach with BaconBacon-wrapped Chicken Tenders served with Quinoa with Broccoli and Mushrooms, Tilapia Fish Fry with Roasted Potatoes and Asparagus, Rotisserie Chicken with Wild Rice Salad and a leftover night.  Sounds so good!

Need more menu planning inspiration?  Head over  for Menu Plan Monday at Organized Junkie.  For an awesome month long gluten free money saving menu, see Melissa’s December GF menu plan at Stockpiling Moms.

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Kimberlee February 18, 2013 at 9:47 am

Here is our Gluten-Free menu from The Peaceful Mom,
Simple Gluten Free Weekly Menu 2/18 {+Easy Recipes}
http://thepeacefulmom.com/2013/02/18/simple-gluten-free-weekly-menu-218-easy-recipes/

Have a great day and thanks for hosting!

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Samantha February 18, 2013 at 10:41 am

Here’s our menu plan for this week – http://wp.me/p2GN4Y-dk
I’m loving all of these ideas for using ginger. It’s definitely an under-used spice in my kitchen.

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Heather @CeliacFamily February 18, 2013 at 12:52 pm

Wow, that’s a lot of ginger! I don’t know which recipe to try first. Maybe the Ginger-Beef Stir-fry, or the Spiced Apple Pancakes, or the Sticky Chicken Legs, or the Dark chocolate Biscotti…too many good recipes! :)
Thanks for hosting this week. Here’s my menu: http://celiacfamily.com/ginger-menu-plan-feb-18/

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