Carla's Gluten Free Recipe Box Newsletter

May 27, 2016

 

Dear reader,

A quick email before I leave for vacation. In the U.S., it's Memorial Day weekend. Have a safe holiday if that's you!

 

Happy and healthy gluten-free cooking this weekend!

 ~Carla

 

P.S. May 31, 2016, is the last day to extend your membership, purchase a gift membership (do so after signing out of the site by purchasing another annual membership), or buy a new one at the 50% off rate ($12.49). As of June 1, 2016, the price will revert back to $24.99.

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Gluten Free KFC Chicken Crispy Recipe

While KFC does not offer gluten-free Kentucky Fried Chicken, you can easily make your own at home. Make a lot of the seasoning blend, keep it on hand, and whip some up in no time. It is so delicious that it truly reminds me of my old KFC bucket days!

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Beef Kebabs

Make these delicious meat kebabs with ground beef, chicken, lamb, or pork. In addition, you have array of dipping sauces to choose. Easy, yet flavorful, and your guests will be impressed.

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Gluten Free 4th of July Red White & Blue Banana Cream Pie

If you like idea of the red, white and blue theme of 4th of July and Memorial Day, using fruit instead of artificial coloring is the way to go. While I prefer to use natural food coloring, blue is difficult to create. Make this gluten free red white & blue pie using my Gluten Free Banana Cream Pie Recipe. You have your choice of multiple crust recipes. Of course, you can always use a gluten free ready-made pie crust at your store. If you prefer to decorate another type of pie in this fashion, check out my over 30 Gluten Free Pie Recipes.

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Gluten Free American Cupcakes

Here is another fun gluten free Memorial Day or 4th of July dessert recipe. This recipe creates moist, fluffy, and rich cake in red, white and blue. It's so good, it doesn't need frosting! However, you can omit the food coloring and make solid, white cupcakes. This is the richest gluten feee cake I have ever made! It's because of its high fat and sugar ratio. I hope you enjoy this recipe as well as your holiday.

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Image: Grilled Gluten Free Pizza

I keep hearing from some of my readers that it's just too hot to bake, even a good gluten-free pizza! In researching how to grill a gluten-free pizza in a cast iron skillet, I came across Man Tested Recipes' Pizza Dough for Cast Iron Skillet Pizza recipe. Though it is not a gluten-free grilled pizza recipe, it provided me with how much yeast to use, so I could skip the Expandex used in my previous gluten free pizza crust recipe. In addition, my last recipe was a bit too chewy for my taste. So, this time, I added a little more sorghum flour, used less tapioca starch and more potato starch, skipped the agar-agar, and tripled the yeast. It came out great in less than hour! I hope you enjoy!

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Grilled Homemade Polenta

There's not too much to purchasing a tube of premade polenta, slicing it, and grilling it. However, making homemade polenta is almost as easy, but tastes so much better. You must try it. You can use gluten free polenta or yellow grits. See below for choice of brands. Enjoy!

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