Any ideas would be helpful, Ty in advance.
make a feijoada, black beans with meats and rice
Ty so much. I have been trying to come up with new ideas and I am running out.
Make a simple roast chicken and her fave vegetable.
Ty for the help😀
Steak & potatoes.
Ideas: Roast Chicken with potatoes http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/crisp-skin-high-roast-butterflied-chicken-with-potatoes-213865 and kale https://food52.com/recipes...
Red Beans and Rice would be another good option: http://www.thebittenword.com/thebittenword/2010/02/cajun-red-beans-and-rice.html
Does she get a food plan from the doctor? This could help in planning.
Pick a protein and then pair a vegetable as a side. Many paleo and keto recipes will work as well.
I have 2 good friends with Celiac disease. We've cooked a simple roast chicken (tip: call the customer service line on your spice jars to double check as some do have gluten as a filler) with a zucchini and sweet potato hash, and have also done chicken saltimbocca - thin palliards wrapped with prosciutto and a sage leaf - with a side of cannellini, radish and olive salad (I do this one https://www.bonappetit... with green olives). For a non chicken option I have made a chipotle rubbed pork tenderloin with avocado and strawberry "salsa" with rice, a recipe I think I originally got from Cooking Light magazine.
You could do a dairy free shrimp and grits, same for polenta with mushrooms, jambalaya, paella, Vietnamese Bun (skipping the peanuts of course).
pulled pork (which can be used for lettuce wraps or street tacos with corn tortillas or a hash)
braised short ribs
roasted salmon like this one: https://www.epicurious...
Thai curries (just read the curry paste ingredients carefully)
Some of these can be made ahead and simply reheated or assembled right before eating. pair with roasted vegetables, rice, or a salad.
steak and potatoes. use olive oil as a fat and sauteed mushrooms and onions, also in olive oil. I have been on a similar diet, its difficult