Using balsamic vinegar, you can make these delicious and sweet caramelized onions though you can use merlot (as I did – as shown) or other red wine. I call my version Merlot Caramelized Onions. It really depends on your tastes and how you will be using them. Use vinegar if you prefer a little tang. It doesn’t have to be balsamic. You can even do a little both and use red wine vinegar. Both versions are great with steak, chicken, or even mixed with vegetables. I would even add a few to top a salad.
While I already have a Sweet & Spicy Short Ribs Recipe, While I already have a Sweet & Spicy Short Ribs Recipe, this new recipe is so delicious that it is reminiscent of fine dining. If you wish to wine to the sauce, choose one of two options, “Drunken Short Ribs” or traditional. Also, notice that the sauce is perfectly thickened, evidenced by its glossy shine.
Chomeur, French for “unemployed” and pounding for “pudding” was originally known as the poor man’s pudding during the depression. It was created in Quebec Canada by female factory workers. This particular gluten free chomeur pudding is far from a poor man’s dessert. Pound cake-like near the surface, with a pudding texture closer to the bottom, and a maple caramel sauce that is out of this world. I’ve also added an inexpensive alternative recipe in the Tips section.
When you want to serve the very best, this no-fail recipe
for gluten free brioche rolls is the key. The dough not only doubles in size
during the rising period but lifts up quickly and greatly as it expands in the
oven. And it does not deflate upon cooling. There is no need for them to cool.
Unlike most gluten free dough, you don’t have to wait until these rolls cool to
serve them as they are not gummy whatsoever. The inner dough is tender, fluffy,
and buttery. Its thin crust is slightly crispy on the sides and pliable on the
top, just like traditional brioche buns. I dare even gluten-eaters to tell the
difference. These gluten free brioche rolls are perfection!
When you want to impress guests, make this delicious gluten free caramelized onion bacon quiche. Caramelizing the onion provides a richer, sweeter flavor, but if you wish to make a faster version you may do that as well. The filing mixed with its savory custard is decadent, to say the least. This recipe is perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or potluck.
As thick as the ganache filling in chocolate truffles, this chocolate ganache marshmallow frosting and filling tastes like chocolate caramel but is not chewy. This mixture makes one of the most decadent desserts I have had in quite a while. The only problem is that it is so addictive! Enjoy all you want and have a chicken salad for dinner.
Minus the sour cream, these loaded potato croquettes are addictive! I enjoy potato croquettes gluten free over traditional. They are like a French fry that everyone strives for but just can’t achieve. The crispness is like no other and the creamy center is divine. On the outside, they are between a French fry and a crispy egg roll. You’ll love them! You can choose from multiple dipping sauces or bottled sauces. All of the dipping sauce recipes are included as well. Continue reading “Potato Croquettes Gluten Free – Loaded”
Most blueberry croissants consist of plain puff pastry dough filled with blueberry filling. This gluten free blueberry croissants recipe uses naturally flavored and colored blueberry puff pastry dough. Blueberries in the ingredients provide more flavor. This buttery treat is a must for any brunch or special breakfast. Of course, you can serve it as dessert too. Continue reading “Gluten Free Blueberry Croissants All Natural (Dairy-Free Options)”