Up for a delicious change in your typical soup or stew recipes? This gluten free Santa Fe Soup is flavorful and easily adaptable for almost any diet. Make it nightshade-free or low-histamine and it is still absolutely delicious. Optionally, you may add rice or even pasta and serve as a soup or chili. Santa Fe Soup is delicious with and without cheese.) Like spicy food? You can heat it up as well! Read the Tips below the recipe.
Whether you make this dish dairy-free or not, it is a pleasant change compared to traditional dinner meals. The sauce is creamy with a flavor reminiscent of chicken cacciatore but with a few changes like using smoked paprika and omitting tomatoes. This is so good that I’ve added it to my regular rotation of dinner recipes. Oh, and it’s antioxidant-rich as well.
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”
My husband’s favorite dish is chicken or veal parmesan. Since I am allergic to tomatoes and missed his favorite recipe myself, I created this gluten free Mexican-style chicken parmesan recipe to satisfy my cravings. My husband said, “If I had a choice between the Italian and Mexican versions, I’d pick the Mexican because I like it spicy.” So, there you have it! Serve this to any spicy-loving, chicken-parm-lover in your life. Continue reading “Mexican-Style Chicken Parmesan (Gluten Free with Dairy Free Option)”
When a recipe calls for Campbell’s Golden Mushroom Soup, use this flavorful gluten free golden mushroom soup recipe. It can be made tomato-free if desired, as well as without mushrooms, though they add additional flavor. Without any MSG, modified starch, or as in the original canned soup contains, this homemade version will save lots of money! It is definitely healthier for you since it is also free of modified food starch, wheat, or soy. You can make casseroles again with the same great flavor! Continue reading “Gluten Free Golden Mushroom Soup Recipe (Condensed or Not)”
Using chicken breasts or thighs, you can make this amazing gluten free fried chicken sandwich. While some breasts may taste dry when cooked, this recipe is a far cry from dry, evidenced by its photo. If the moist and crispy chicken isn’t enough, the dressing on the lettuce is amazing as well. The combination is nothing less than scrumptious! Continue reading “Gluten Free Fried Chicken Sandwich (Dairy-Free Egg-Free Gum-Free)”
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”
You can whip up gluten free enchilada sauce in no time using gluten free canned enchilada sauce and three simple ingredients. You’ll save money too. This sauce has so many uses! It’s also a great recipe to bring down the spiciness of medium or hot canned enchilada sauce. You’ll swear this sauce tastes like and has the texture of your favorite Mexican restaurant’s sauce. Make it spicy or mild. Continue reading “Gluten Free Enchilada Sauce Recipe – Doctored Up Canned (Tomato-Free)”
Without the use of tons of cheese and high-calorie beef, you can achieve a creamy consistency with plenty of flavor in this gluten free chicken and pumpkin lasagna. What an amazing combination! Use your favorite commercial or homemade pasta sauce, roasted pumpkin or sweet potatoes, and homemade gluten free pasta or boxed. It’s delicious! Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Chicken and Pumpkin Lasagna (or Sweet Potatoes)”