This is not the only gluten free focaccia recipe that I’ve tried or developed over the years, but I must say that this is the best gluten free focaccia I ever had. I enjoy it more than traditional focaccia. It is soft, tender, and flavorful. I’ve included links to the egg-free version as well as the yeast-free version. Continue reading “Best Gluten Free Focaccia Recipe (Dairy-Free) + Caramelized Onion and Easy Pizza Sauce”
A chef at the Pelicano’s restaurant at Hyatt Zilara Cancun created this twist on Caesar salad dressing as a solution for my citrus allergies. I fell in love with it and so has my family/guests. Traditional Caesar salad dressing contains lemon juice, olive oil, raw or coddled egg yolk, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, and black pepper. This version contains only basil pesto sauce and a little additional olive oil. It is much more figure-friendly. This dressing is extremely easy to prepare and will impress your guests. You’ll hear reactions such as, “I never thought about this before!” and “I have plenty of pesto sauce at home!” and “It’s much healthier than Caesar dressing!” and even, “I like this better than Caesar salad!” Continue reading “Gluten Free Pesto Caesar Salad (Egg-Free)”
While this site contains a few gluten free focaccia recipes, this gluten free Italian flatbread is special. I use beer to help it rise. You can season it as desired by adding herbs, cheese, or even veggies like sun roasted tomatoes. Then use a dipping sauce of choice or use it for sandwiches. Either way, this gluten free beer focaccia is delicious! Continue reading “Gluten Free Beer Focaccia (Dairy and Egg-Free)”
This gluten-free focaccia, (pronounced “fo katcha”) is an Italian flatbread. It tastes extremely similar to its gluten counterpart. You can use it for so many things because the topping possibilities are endless. Use it for sandwiches, appetizers, bread with meals, or pizza dough. Gluten-eaters, as well as gluten-free, enjoy it. Continue reading “Gluten Free Focaccia Bread II”
This gluten free focaccia bread is commercial yeast-free. If you are allergic to yeast you may try substituting the apple cider vinegar with a bit of 1/4 teaspoon of cream of tartar. I haven’t tried it myself, but any high acidic ingredient will do, lemon juice, etc. This is a hearty recipe, much like regular focaccia. If you’re looking for something lighter, which contains yeast, try my newest Gluten Free Focaccia Bread Recipe. Meanwhile, enjoy!