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)
This week, I’ve been concentrating on dairy free recipes. Did you know that you can easily create a nutty cheese flavor without using any dairy? I use these ingredients in this dairy free linguine recipe. I also have included a dairy free substitute for Parmesan cheese that looks like the real thing!
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.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and this simple and easy to make creamy vodka sauce will make the evening special for you and your partner. While light on the budget, this sauce is anything but light. Its richness resembles cheese sauce, without any cheese. Just delicious!
Not only learn how to cook spaghetti squash (aka vegetable spaghetti), but also how to easily cut it in half. You don’t need to buy any fancy spiral machine to substitute spaghetti squash for pasta. It’s naturally gluten free and easily shreds with a fork. Mix in your favorite sauce or top with butter or margarine. Then season as desired. Continue reading Spaghetti Squash Recipe
Served during Christmas and on St. Joseph’s Day, these Italian fig cookies (Sicilian treasures) were made by grandmother, aunt, and now two generations of cousins. They were not made gluten free, but they are now! Make them soft like Fig Newtons or crunchy like biscotti. People that are not on a gluten free diet usually enjoy … Continue reading Gluten Free Italian Fig Cookies – Cuccidati – Occidate – Buccellati
This gluten free cannelloni is filled with a variety of minced meat. If you’re a meat lover, it’s right up his alley. I use a pasta machine to roll out the pasta, but if you’re strong, you can do it by hand. The pasta is absolutely delicious and doesn’t get mushy. Not a beef or … Continue reading Meat Lovers Gluten Free Cannelloni with Homemade Pasta
Watch this video so that you’ll know how the recipe for my Gluten Free New York-Style Pizza turns out. This crust is easy to make and is a yeast-based crust. All of my cookbook recipe testers that enjoy thick crust adopted this recipe as their go-to gluten free pizza dough recipe. Watch the below video and then click on the above link to get the recipe if you’re a member or to sign up if you’re not. In the recipe I explain how to make the crust thinner underneath the toppings. Enjoy! Continue reading New York-Style Pizza Crust Video
My husband absolutely loves veal as well as chicken Parmesan. He looks for Italian restaurants everywhere we go, hoping to find it on their menus. I can’t believe it’s taken me over 36 years to realize that if I hide eggplant under the disguise of chicken or veal Parmesan, he’d eat it! You have to … Continue reading Gluten Free Eggplant Parmesan Towers
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?