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.Continue reading “Caramelized Red Onions with Balsamic Vinegar or Red Wine”
Make this gluten free milk bread for any special occasion. Its soft, flavorful, moist dough looks stunning, without the need for braiding. You’d swear it contains dairy. While you can rise this dough only two times, a third time develops more flavorful dough. This bread reminds me of a gluten loaf my husband once made in our bread machine in the mid 90’s. Mmmm.Continue reading “Gluten Free Milk Bread (Dairy-Free)”
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!Continue reading “Gluten Free Brioche Rolls – Buns”
Without the use of tomatoes or bell pepper, you can make this flavorful black bean turkey chili. There’s an unusual vegetable in this version of the recipe. What is it? Carrots! Meanwhile, turkey is a smart choice for those watching calories and fat, but usually doesn’t add much flavor to chili and stews. However, the broth you use is the key. If you’re not watching your fat or calorie intake, there are add-ins that you’ll absolutely love.Continue reading “Black Bean Turkey Chili with Beef Flavor”
Recently, I saw a photo of cornbread waffles and chili and just had to create a gluten free cornbread waffles version. While my chili over-powered the flavor of these amazing waffles, I love them, even plain, without syrup. That’s unusual for me. They really are that tasty. Give them a try and see for yourself. Because they contain very little sugar, they’d make a great snack for kids as well as adults. A video is coming on soon showing the crispness of these waffles.
Check out their texture. Watch the video !Continue reading “Gluten Free Cornbread Waffles”
Using my most popular gluten free pound cake recipes, I created a cinnamon swirl version. You have two different pound cake recipes from which to choose. If you don’t have an ingredient on hand to make one, make the other. They’re both very delicious and I’ve pointed out my favorite.
This recipe may be made corn-free or tapioca-free. Continue reading “Gluten Free Pound Cake Recipe with Cinnamon Swirl”
Your body cannot live on rice alone. Adding a little corn in your diet keeps your digestive tract working. So, try making this homemade corn tortilla bread crumbs recipe and save yourself some money as well. I used it in my new recipe for Mexican-Style Chicken Parmesan (recipe coming soon). It was delicious and the chicken turned out quite crispy. Continue reading “Gluten Free Corn Tortilla Crumbs Recipe – Bread Crumb Substitute”
I’ve been making a similar recipe for decades and just now developed a more flavorful and crisper recipe. Using very little oil, you can make this flavorful, breaded gluten free buttermilk chicken. In addition, this same recipe can be made just as crisp and flavorful using dairy-free ingredients. Continue reading “Gluten Free Buttermilk Chicken – Fried – Low-Fat (Dairy-Free Options)”
I already have a delicious Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Chocolate Cake Recipe that is excellent, but I really wanted to make a dairy version for my granddaughter’s birthday party. This new, gluten free buttermilk chocolate cake recipe is moist, delicious, tender, yet sturdy enough to withstand fondant. Continue reading “Gluten Free Buttermilk Chocolate Cake with Sour Cream”
After spending several years and much time creating the perfect gluten free brioche bread recipe, I finally did it! Brioche is one of my husband’s favorite breads. This sweet, rich bread is the basis of Italian Panettone and French Tarte Tropezienne, to name a couple. Using this recipe, you can make bread, buns, or rolls. Check out the texture in this video. Continue reading “Gluten Free Brioche Bread Recipe – Rich, Soft, Tender & Sweet”