With an Italian flair, this gluten free polenta sandwich is incredible and a welcomed change to traditional burger buns. This recipe is simple yet has a sophistication that is unmatched.
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If you’ve never made Swedish meatballs, you’ll be happy to know that it is easy to make. I provide you with different gravy variations and a method to thoroughly brown the meatballs. Browning is the key to adding flavor to this dish. I hope you enjoy it as much as we have. Continue reading “Gluten Free Swedish Meatballs”
If you have a lot of cucumbers on hand, perhaps from a home garden, this cucumber recipe is perfect. It is extremely flavorful and slightly sweet. Use either vinegar or lime juice for tang. Continue reading “Cucumber Salad”
Caramelizing onions is easy. It just takes time. Learn the tips to making caramelized onions at home. Eating out is not the only answer. Use caramelized onions in quiches, omelets, soup, warm sandwiches, potato salad, and casseroles, to name a few. Continue reading “Caramelizing Onions”
Tartiflette (pronounced tar tee fi let, with a short ‘i” in “fi”), is a French au gratin potato recipe classically made using Reblochon cheese, bacon, onion, and white wine. You can use any soft cheese. I used brie. To make an alcohol-free version, use broth or stock instead of wine. Either way, this cheesy concoction is amazing! Continue reading “Gluten Free Tartiflette”
Many spice blends like garam masala (Indian spice) and allspice, often contain gluten. If you’re not sure about the gluten status of a spice blend, make your own. Garam masala is best when you make it using roasted, whole spices which have been ground, but the easiest and fastest way is to use prepared ground spices. That’s what I use. Use your homemade gluten free garam masala in recipes like my Gluten Free Chicken Korma or Gluten Free Beef Korma Recipe. Continue reading “Gluten Free Garam Masala Recipe”
If you’ve ever been to your favorite Chinese restaurant only to learn that you cannot have the Chinese chicken salad because it’s not gluten free, fret no longer! This recipe is pretty incredible. It is full of multiple Asian flavors and has a slightly sweet dressing. My guests went back for seconds. That’s always a good sign. Continue reading “Gluten Free Chinese Chicken Salad”
If you’re tired of your pastry cream tasting like flour or lumping when you make it, this is a must-make! Not only does this recipe create the perfect gluten free pastry cream, but it is so easy to make! Its rich and satiny texture is hard to resist. Your guests will surely be impressed. Serve this pastry cream as a sauce over unfrosted cakes, use as filling for cakes and cupcakes, as a custard, or use to fill pastries. They make homemade cream puffs and eclairs taste like a professional pastry chef made them. Turn this pastry cream into a sturdier and lighter filling by mixing with whipped cream. Continue reading “The Perfect Gluten Free Pastry Cream (Lump Free)”
You may have seen my Low-Carb Gluten Free Roasted Breaded Cauliflower Recipe. In this new recipe, I thought, “Be damned a little more carbs! Using cauliflower in a side dish is low in carbs already!” I boosted the protein a little and instead of using Kraft canister Parmesan, I used fresh Parmigiano Reggiano. Oh my! What a difference these two changes made! It’s addictive!
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This baked chicken is similar to stuffed caprese chicken without the tomatoes. Instead, I use sauteed bell pepper and onion, which gives it an amazing and slightly sweet flavor. You can stuff the chicken with mozzarella and peppers as I did or anything you enjoy from sautéed vegetables to cheese with or without ham, prosciutto, or bacon. I didn’t use any meat in the stuffing and my husband went wild over this dish!
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