My New Venture - Goodness Me! It's Gluten Free

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The menu has been finalised and photos are being taken today :)

Here are the mains:
Pasta salad with chicken - $6
Fish, chips and fresh salad, with home made chunky tartar sauce - $6.50
Spaghetti and meatballs (just like mama used to make!) - $9.50
Crispy chicken, fries and fresh salad - $7.50
Spicy rice noodles with chicken - $5
Stir fried rice with chicken - $4.50

We are starting very small, but all the meals are delicious and gluten free. :)
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I've added some photos to the Facebook page, we had a menu photo shoot yesterday and the results are fab!

https://www.facebook.com/goodnessmeitsglutenfreeKH/
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is this a supermarket type thing or a restaurant - or both?
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violet wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 12:42 pm is this a supermarket type thing or a restaurant - or both?
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Both.
We are selling meals starting on Monday the 22nd (delivery only) and also have a big range of products on the way from overseas, such as crackers, cookies etc. They should be here in a month or so.
I'm in the process of sourcing other products so if anyone knows any suppliers, please message me. :)
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rozzieoz wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 12:36 pm I've added some photos to the Facebook page, we had a menu photo shoot yesterday and the results are fab!

https://www.facebook.com/goodnessmeitsglutenfreeKH/
Goodness Me, photos are good, the main thing is the food (meals) look very appetising :beer3:
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AndyKK wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 4:39 pm
rozzieoz wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 12:36 pm I've added some photos to the Facebook page, we had a menu photo shoot yesterday and the results are fab!

https://www.facebook.com/goodnessmeitsglutenfreeKH/
Goodness Me, photos are good, the main thing is the food (meals) look very appetising :beer3:
That means a lot coming from you Andy, thank you :)
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An article that maybe of interest to you -

Does Indian Food Have Gluten?

Today we’re going to be taking answering the question: does Indian food have gluten? And compiling a gluten-free Indian food list to make life easier for you, whenever you’re craving a curry.

I remember getting my diagnosis and feeling as though I would never be able to get takeout or eat in a restaurant again. I remember researching if there was anything I could have that was safe. One option cropped up time and time again – Indian.

That’s right if you’re a fan of curries and spice, look no further! Indian food is not often thickened with flour (like almost all other foods seem to be!), so it’s often one of the safest options for us.

What Can We Eat?

Fortunately for us, Indian food has a huge range of options for us. From main courses to side dishes, to desserts, to starters – we don’t have to go without! Wheat is seldom used in Indian cuisine but we’ll be taking a look a bit later at foods to watch out for – but for now, let’s focus on the good part, what we can eat.

Rice, vegetables, and lentils are all used heavily in Indian food, which makes it the perfect meal for us. Lamb and chicken are the most common meats.

Now what you’re probably asking is, “is chicken tikka masala gluten-free?”. Chicken tikka masala is one of the most popular dishes, so it’s no surprise it’s the dish we’re all hoping is gluten-free. I’m here to tell you – yes it is! I’ve yet to come across a tikka masala in an Indian restaurant that contains any gluten at all.

In fact, almost all Indian main courses do not contain any gluten. All dishes are made with fresh ingredients, often with rice as the main component. Most Indian restaurants will comfortably be able to tell you whether the dish you wish to order is gluten-free, but every curry I’ve ever chosen is gluten-free!

For starters, the safest options are Tandoori and Vindaloo. Vindaloo is extremely spicy, so bear that in mind if you have a sensitivity to spice. However, Tandoori is often made with garlic, lemon, and yoghurt. Tandoori chicken is one of my all-time favorite starters.

https://clubglutenfree.com/does-indian- ... to%20spice.
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Love Indian food! They use chickpea flour in anything fried.
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Menu has been added to OP :)
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