Everyone can’t believe that this gluten free egg roll recipe isn’t really made with gluten. My husband, who still eats gluten, says they don’t taste any different than the ones he gets orders at PF Chang’s China Bistro. Make them in advance and freeze or serve the 20 – 22 this recipe makes, immediately.
Jasmine rice is a favorite of many Thai people though you can cook many side dishes using it. This seasoned jasmine rice is tender, fluffs up nicely, and full of flavor. I’ve added to easy recipes for Honey Ginger Glazed Carrots and a quick chicken recipe as well. Also included are two optional ingredients to make it less like rice pilaf and more like Thai Jasmine Rice. Enjoy!
If you’re looking for a rich large pearl tapioca pudding recipe (using American, not small pearl/Asian tapioca), this recipe is it! With a slight twist, this version turns out rich and creamier, even the dairy-free version. It’s easy to make but not as fast you may think as most large pearl tapioca brands require overnight soaking. It’s simply delicious!
Batter chicken easily and quickly, fry, and toss or dip in a lovely Asian tangerine sauce. That’s this crispy gluten free tangerine in a nutshell (American saying). This dish tastes like fine Chinese food, but it’s all gluten free! Better yet, you can also make this soy free! Continue reading “Crispy Gluten Free Tangerine Chicken”
You may be familiar with sweet red chili sauce, an Asian favorite. This gluten free Asian sweet garlic sauce is similar but instead of sweet and spicy, it is sweet and full of garlic and other Asian flavors. Usually made with Shaoxing wine (a specialty Asian wine), an easily obtainable substitute is used instead, which provides a similar flavor. This is an amazing sauce that you can use in Asian chicken, beef, and vegetable dishes as well as a dip. Continue reading “Gluten Free Asian Sweet Garlic Sauce”
These gluten free Chinese almond cookies are not only perfect for Chinese New Year but everyday treats. They are tender yet have a nice crisp bottom as well as edges. Similar to Gluten Free Vanilla Wafers but lighter and more buttery, these cookies can be used as a treat, in parfaits, or as no-bake pie crusts (when crushed and combined with melted butter). These round cookies represent coins, which are said to bring good fortune. Continue reading “Gluten Free Chinese Almond Cookies – Almond Wafers”