While this gluten free Irish stew does not contain Guinness, it may be made with gluten free beer or alcohol-free. Either way, everyone will be pleased with this delicious stew. Use beef or lamb. Make it on the stovetop, in your oven, slow cooker, or Instapot.
For a super-flavorful gluten free chicken stew, make this recipe. It has all of the flavor of mushrooms without the actual mushrooms. However, you can use fresh mushrooms if you wish. Some people dislike the texture of mushrooms. Meanwhile, you’ll absolutely love this chicken stew. I’ll be adding this recipe to my regular recipe rotation of gluten free dinner meals.
There is one ingredient every vegan or vegetarian should keep in their pantry. That one ingredient makes a great substitute for beef broth or partial substitute for Worcestershire sauce. Using that ingredient along with a couple of other simple ingredients, this low-fat vegan shepherd’s pie turned out amazing! So amazing that my meat-loving husband said he could eat it for dinner. Make it spicy, if desired.
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.
Chicken fricassee is often made with tons of heavy cream. If you can’t tolerate that much dairy nor the calories that accompany it, give this gluten free chicken fricassee recipe a try. Also included is the cream version. This chicken tastes so good. You can add two ingredients for additional flavor, or not. Continue reading “Gluten Free Chicken Fricassee”
While in New Orleans, celebrating my friend’s and my own milestone birthday, we dined at Brennan’s, an upscale restaurant in the French Quarter. They were named Best Restaurant 2016 in New Orleans Magazine. Their recipes and service are nothing less than amazing. Brennan’s shares their Seafood and Gumbo recipe with us, which I have converted to a smaller batch of gluten free seafood gumbo. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Seafood Gumbo (Brennan’s Copycat)”
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”
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). Instead, you can use a skillet or Dutch oven. Add or omit dried fruit or even vegetables. Make it your own! I provide several suggestions. Continue reading “Stovetop Chicken Tagine (With Lemon and Tomato Substitute Options)”