Did you know there was a difference between au Gratin and Gratin Potatoes? There is. You top au gratin potatoes breadcrumbs or grated cheese where gratin contains light browned crust of breadcrumbs or melted cheese. You may use your favorite cheese in this crockpot version gratin potatoes. You can layer or top them with your … Continue reading Crockpot Gratin Potatoes
Try these amazing gluten free corn cakes. They are moist and tender as well as full of flavor. Containing cheddar, diced chiles, and corn, they make a wonderful side dish. Serve it with beef, chicken, or a bowl of chili.
If you are looking for gluten free wonton wrappers to make wonton soup, everyone raves about the easy to handle dough that I created to make Gluten Free Potstickers (appetizers). They’re wonderful! Meanwhile, you can just use my Gluten Free Wonton Soup Recipe.
With this gluten free cheese tartlet recipe, you can use a combination of different vegetables. Rather than blanching asparagus, blanch some broccoli spears or green beans. You can use any vegetable that doesn’t contain a lot of water. The crust is flaky. It’s perfect for brunch!
I hadn’t made chili with tomatoes for my husband in over a decade. Last weekend I was cleaning out our freezer and found a little tomato paste. So, I decided to use it in some chili for him. He enjoyed this recipe so much, I had to share it with it you. However, to be … Continue reading Gourmet Gluten Free Chili Recipe with Bacon
Tartiflette is a French recipe made of potatoes, bacon and cream similar to au gratin potatoes, which originally did not contain cheese. Tartiflette contains lardon (cubed pork fat), but in the states, it may be easiest to use bacon. That’s why I use. Meanwhile, it is not a dish we can afford to consume on … Continue reading Gluten Free Tartiflette – Better Than Au Gratin Potatoes
My mother used to make this recipe using Campbell’s Beef Consomme Soup. Well, the days of that much sodium are over for us. Plus, it’s not gluten free. I tried several times to duplicate the recipe without beef consomme (too lazy to make my own). I finally created a gluten free rice pilaf recipe with tons … Continue reading Mom’s Almost Famous Gluten Free Rice Pilaf
I was about to make some basmati rice (Indian white rice), but was wondering if soaking rice was healthier. I already soak beans and nuts to remove enzyme blockers. In my research, I discovered soaking basmati rice, as well as others, not only removes some nutrient blockers, it makes it easier to digest. In addition, … Continue reading Basic Basmati Rice Recipe
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!
Arrabbiata is a spicy Italian sauce usually served with penne pasta. Its strong garlic and tomato base with the potent heat may make you look angry. That is exactly what arrabbiata means, “angry”. Gluten free arrabiata can easily be made. Just be sure to use gluten free canned tomatoes (most are). Enjoy!