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I’ve been developing gluten free bread recipes for almost a decade. This is the best gluten free French bread I have ever had and it’s crusty! You can make this gluten free dairy free French bread recipe without kneading any dough. You don’t even have to pipe a wet dough into a French bread pan as so many gluten free French bread recipes require. Use your heavy-duty electric mixer to make this bread along with one of the five pans that I suggest. Continue reading “Crusty Gluten-Free Dairy-Free French Bread (Allergen-Free)”
Using shrimp, pork, and/or beef, you can make these gluten free siu mai, open-top dumplings. Called shaomai in Japan and siomai in the Philippines with slight variations, they are often served at dim sum (Chinese-style brunches where they serve several small appetizers). Elsewhere, they are served as appetizers as well as meals. I provide you with filling recipes for Hothot Shaomai, a beef (or minced mutton (sheep), ginger, and scallion filling as well as shrimp and pork shumai. You can even use pork, chicken, and vegetables. You decide! Continue reading “Gluten Free Siu Mai – Shaomai – Shumai – Opened Asian Dumplings”
Flavored with garlic and thyme, this combination of ingredients is incredible. It will convert any kale hater! The sweetness of the sweet potatoes, caramelized onions, and balsamic vinegar couple with garlic and the spice of pepper, salt, and thyme all hide the fact that you eating kale. They all contribute to the complex flavors. Yet, the ingredients are so basic. Serve this dish warm, at room temperature, or chilled. Continue reading “Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Kale”
Using allergen-free ingredients, you can make this tasty cheese-like textured party dip. Turn it into a fondue or pasta sauce by simply adding additional water, dairy-free milk, or even white wine. I’ll be serving this to my upcoming guests, one of whom has several food allergies. Contains sesame seeds.Continue reading “Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Cheese Sauce (Vegan Cheeze Sauce)”
New Grounds Food makes Eat Your Coffee Energy Bars. They are caffeinated bars that contain healthy gluten free and vegan ingredients. I’ve created my own version, starting with the Mocha Latte flavor. Personally, I don’t drink coffee but love these bars. The coffee doesn’t upset my stomach like liquid coffee usually does. Plus, their delicious! Continue reading “Eat Your Coffee Energy Bars (Copycat Mocha Latte Recipe)”
When a lettuce wrap is not substantial enough, whip up these easy to make Asian rice wraps! They are free of gluten, fat, soy, dairy, corn, potato, eggs, gums, nuts, yeast, and more! Make them low-sodium or sodium-free, if desired. Serve them filled with chicken mixed with Sweet Red Chili Sauce, Chicken Fried Rice mixed with Sweet Red Chili Sauce (as pictured), or my favorite, Chinese Chilled Chicken. Using very few ingredients you can whip these up and they only take a couple of minutes to cook. Continue reading “Gluten Free Asian Rice Wraps”
If you are gluten intolerant, you should be reading the labels of all gluten free microwave popcorn. The flavors, preservatives and coloring may contain gluten. Many gluten free dieters make their popcorn the old fashion way, on the stovetop. You can make the job even easier, including simple cleanup, by microwaving gluten free popcorn kernels. See the below, simple recipe. Enjoy it your way! Continue reading “Gluten Free Microwave Popcorn in Paper Bag”