What’s For Dinner: Top 5 from November

What do I cook up for dinner every night (most nights – I should say)? The “What’s for Dinner?” section is a place where I tell where I found the recipes and what I did to make it gluten-free (if needed). Here are my top five favorite dinners from November. I’ll definitely will be making these again.

1. Super Delicious Zuppa Toscana

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Super Delicious Zuppa Toscana: Only a few mods to this. I used turkey sausage, red potatoes (about 6), increased the red pepper flakes a pinch and no bacon. I served with BFree Rolls warmed up in the oven at 350°F for about 10 minutes. (The rolls are delicious!! Review coming this week on BFree!)

2. Thai Curry Shrimp with Easy Coconut Rice

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Thai Curry Shrimp: I switched the green curry for red and used gluten-free soy sauce instead of fish sauce – just not a big fan of fish sauce, but I know it adds a lot of flavor. I guess I need to retry it.
Easy Coconut Rice: Leftover. I just added a bit of coconut milk and microwaved it until it was warm.

3. Chicken Fajitas

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Chicken Fajitas: Super delicious! I used Rudi’s Gluten Free Flour Tortillas with a dollop of sour cream, salsa and fresh guacamole.

4. Tilapia in Thai Sauce with Easy Coconut Rice

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Tilapia in Thai Sauce: I doubled the sauce recipe; used minced ginger and not fresh; replaced the red chili pepper with red chili flakes in the sauce.
Easy Coconut Rice: I omitted the dry shredded coconut.

5. Asian Chicken Lettuce Cups

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Asian Chicken Lettuce Cups: I made these lettuce cups with ground turkey and tahini and added some chopped green onions. Great light dinner! Next time I’m going to try using Almond Butter and minced chicken breasts. Busy day and cooking and mincing chicken seemed like a lot of work. We didn’t care much for the sauce, so I’ll probably throw it all in with meat. I just drizzled each cup with soy sauce. Yumm!

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