This week I went for super easy and very quick to make because I knew I was going to have so much work that I would have very little time for food.… Read More »
Weekly Menu February 25th to March 4th
Apologies for the lack of menus! I had a sudden influx of work. Last week, we had quite a few recipes out of one of my favorite new cookbooks—Danielle Walker’s Eat What You Love. So far, we’ve enjoyed everything we’ve cooked out of it. I’m sorry that I’m unable to link to the recipes, however.… Read More »
Weekly Menu: August 13th to the 17th
I realized I never posted a menu last week! So here we have two for the price of one today!
Monday/Tuesday: Tostadas with Kale Salad …
Meals in Under 30: Gluten-Free Salmon Cakes
If you haven’t read the blog I posted last week explaining where I’ve been, here’s the short version of the longer story: I had a baby six weeks early with all that entails (a lot) while my husband started his business much earlier than we had anticipated. It equaled a very wonderful and very difficult year.
For my first recipe back, I thought I would share something that I make quite often these days. It’s a great way to get my salmon in (superfood!), it’s gluten-free, it’s delicious, and it’s so fast and easy to make! You may even have seen them on the Flurries of Flour Instagram a few months back. These cakes are full of flavor and the mayonnaise and egg make them wonderfully moist on the inside with a beautiful crust on the outside, not dry or soggy like some cakes you may have had. They are my go-to when I have no time to cook something but we need something delicious and healthy for dinner (or lunch) that the baby can eat and will like, too!
Simple Teriyaki Chicken
As promised in my last blog for traditional, gluten-free teriyaki sauce, here’s a recipe for teriyaki chicken! Roughly translated, teriyaki means “lacquered on the grill,” and that is the perfect way to describe the result of marrying this sweet, simple sauce, meat, and high heat. Sweet, salty, crispy, flavorful and beautiful. And, as always, it’s quick and simple to make!…
Do-It-Yourself Stuffed Peppers
Stuffed peppers make such a fantastic weeknight meal. They’re simple and easy to make, they don’t require a lot of prep, and you can make them any way you want! Which is why I’ve created this do-it-yourself guide to stuffed peppers! Start with the basics and add away to your heart’s (and cravings’) content!…
Gluten-Free Italian Chicken Fingers
If you’re looking for something fun and delicious for dinner, this recipe is it! Done in under an hour, full of flavor, and gluten-free, it’s as easy as it is healthy and delicious! You can even make this dairy-free if you use dairy-free cheese or even nutritional yeast in place of the Parmesan. These gluten-free Italian chicken fingers are cooked in the oven, so there’s minimal fuss (although if you want to pan-fry them first, it works just as well!). It’s a fuss-free, healthy, delicious and quick weeknight meal!