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”
I finally perfected this recipe for gluten free Brazilian cheese rolls. They’re a popular treat and breakfast food in Brazil. My husband loves them and they’re easy to make. This recipe is made without any gum like xanthan or guar and calls for few ingredients. You can’t go wrong.
Learn the trick to creating crispy gluten free fish cakes without the use of breadcrumbs or other high-carb ingredients. There are no eggs or gums either. Make them spicy or mild. You may also appreciate the serving suggestions and dipping sauce recipe. Enjoy!
Make this perfectly spiced chicken tagine stew with traditional lemon juice and tomatoes or with my suggested substitute ingredients. Using chicken thighs, legs, or breasts, its combination of spices is something you will surely enjoy. This is an African recipe usually made in a tagine (the stoneware that is used to cook this delicious stew). …
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If you have 10 or 15 minutes, you can whip up dessert for two without using any special gluten free ingredients. A matter of fact, you don’t need to be on a gluten free diet to enjoy this timeless treasure. What’s new about the recipe is the method of cooking. You make them in a microwave in just 15 to 30 seconds each! It can be a life-saver when a dessert goes wrong or you run out of time to make a dessert at all. I like to do it when I’m just plain tired, as in a late night snack. Continue reading “Gluten Free Flourless Lava Mug Cake for Two”
I love this recipe for fingerling potatoes for a few reasons. I don’t have to peel the potatoes. I don’t have to slice small potatoes. The best thing is that they are incredibly delicious. I even surprised myself. I make them every chance I get! I can even eat them while on the Weight Watchers diet! We enjoy these potatoes more than mashed potatoes, and that says a lot. Continue reading “Thyme Roasted Potatoes and Peppers and Onion – Oh My!”
Schar makes a wonderful, Gluten Free Artisan Baker Multigrain Bread. However, it contains modified cellulose. I and many members avoid modified ingredients. My intention was to duplicate the bread as closely as possible without using modified, chemical, or artificial ingredients and that’s exactly what I did.
After three attempts, I not only created a gluten free gum free bread recipe but also extended the shelf-life (countertop life) to about three days. Its texture and flavor are wonderful. I created this recipe because xanthan gum and guar gum causes a laxative effect for one of my cookbook recipe testers. I’ve heard this …
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I added some homemade Gluten Free Hazelnut-Praline Paste to this hazelnut praline frosting recipe. It really turned out so flavorful! The combination of the hazelnut and praline is perfect. You get the caramelization of the praline which really makes this frosting special.
Not only learn how to cook spaghetti squash (aka vegetable spaghetti), but also how to easily cut it in half. You don’t need to buy any fancy spiral machine to substitute spaghetti squash for pasta. It’s naturally gluten free and easily shreds with a fork. Mix in your favorite sauce or top with butter or margarine. Then season as desired. Continue reading “Spaghetti Squash Recipe”