Using thinly sliced gluten free salami or pepperoni, you can make these beautiful rosettes using your choice of three gluten free dough recipes from easy to advanced. While the most delicious dough to use in this recipe is the laborious Gluten Free Puff Pastry recipe, you can also make Gluten Free Pizza Dough (artisan bread-like) or Fluffy Gluten … Continue reading Gluten Free Rosette Puffs (Salami or Pepperoni)
Having picked up a couple of 1-1/2 pound packages of ground organic turkey at Costco, I wanted to create a new flavorful recipe using one of them. So, I created these gluten free taco zucchini boats. I saved half of the filling to fill bell peppers. I used the other package to substitute the chopped chicken breast in my Asian Rice Cups recipe. They’re both delicious. Continue reading Gluten Free Taco Zucchini Boats (Turkey or Beef)
In history, this veggie and meat-filled dish was considered a delicacy among French cuisine. They were and still can be found filled with rich ingredients such as truffles, sweetbreads, and cream cheese. However, using simple ingredients, they are just as tasty. Croquettes are also a wonderful way to use up leftover meat or poultry. The breading and deep-frying take … Continue reading Gluten Free Croquettes: Ham & Chicken
If you enjoy spicy food, you’ll these gluten free jalapeno poppers! If you’re not a super spicy food fan but have been wanting to try them but don’t think that you can handle the heat, continue reading to learn some easy hacks to less their temperature. Continue reading Gluten Free Jalapeno Poppers
Whether you are grain-free or gluten-free, these crackers are perfect if you do not wish to use any special gluten-free ingredients. I smeared them with plain cream cheese and topped with roasted* red bell peppers and parsley. You can also use hummus. They have so much flavor! I’m sure you’ll enjoy them as well.
Not only can you make this frittata in advance, but it is better this way! Just steam or microwave to reheat. I know, you’re probably thinking that any time you’ve reheated leftover cooked or scrambled eggs, they were not so great. Well, there are two ingredients in this recipe that change all of the rules, … Continue reading Make Ahead Gluten Free Four-Cheese Spinach Frittata
As I announced in my newsletter yesterday, I was about to make my gluten free egg rolls recipe using leftover turkey. Well, one of my ingredients that I use for the outer crust wasn’t fresh. So, I had to use an alternative that worked better than the original ingredient. I just had to share this … Continue reading Gluten Free Egg Rolls with Turkey, Chicken, Lamb, or Vegetable
I had the most amazing bacon last Easter at a local restaurant near the south entrance of Yosemite. It was in Bass Lake at Ducey’s on the Lake. It was the best bacon I have ever had! I never thought that I could reproduce it, but I did! You have to try this gluten free candied bacon! It has so much flavor. It’s a special treat. Continue reading Gluten Free Candied Bacon
These gluten-free meatball appetizers may be made sweet or savory. They are delicious either way. Make them with all beef or beef and pork. My husband loves them using half and half without any sauce. Which way will you make them?
This gluten free spanakopita recipe is a Greek tradition. The filling consists of spinach, cheese, onions, egg, and seasoning. If you are vegetarian, you can substitute the cheese with tons of fresh herbs and silken tofu or use dairy-free cheese like Daiya or Follow Your Heart. Instead of using my Gluten Free Phyllo Dough Recipe, which … Continue reading Gluten Free Spanakopita