Whether cooking for two on Valentine’s Day or for guests, who doesn’t enjoy an elegant yet easy and fast main dish? This gluten free veal scallopini recipe is both. Gluten Free Chicken Marsala is another fave for easy and elegant. If you’re not a mushroom fan, just omit them. I usually add some for guests, but …
Think green cheese enchiladas but instead of using gluten free rice tortillas, you use rice and add zucchini! Plus, rather than loading the casserole with cheese, I made a mornay sauce requiring much less cheese. Simple delicous!
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Flavored with garlic and thyme, this combination of ingredients is incredible. It will convert any kale hater! The sweetness of the sweet potatoes, caramelized onions, and balsamic vinegar couple with garlic and the spice of pepper, salt, and thyme all hide the fact that you eating kale. They all contribute to the complex flavors. Yet, the ingredients are so basic. Serve this dish warm, at room temperature, or chilled.
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There’s more to port than just sipping it while eating chocolate. I created a recipe that both my husband and I enjoyed. I made a creamy port sauce with sauteed onions over fried chicken fillets. Absolutely delicious! Why? Because it is so flavorful! A little sweet, savory, salty, peppery…hmmmm! Enjoy!
During the holidays, this gluten free artichoke dip is extremely popular. However, it is perfect for any special occasion. The classic recipe usually calls for sour cream or cream cheese. Instead, I used a bechamel sauce (flour and butter) with onion instead. It makes for a very flavorful dip/sauce. I even added some cheese, cooked …
Delicious and moist Italian meatballs wrapped in bacon make the most delicious appetizer. You can serve this gluten free bacon wrapped meatballs to anyone, gluten-free or not. They are the appetizer of the year! Continue reading “Gluten Free Bacon Wrapped Meatballs Appetizers”
If you’ve already tried my Soft Gluten Free Naan (Indian flatbread), you know it’s pretty incredible. Gluten-eaters even swoon over it. If you enjoy multi-cultural food, you’ll love this mixture of naan and pizza toppings. I chose a mixture of chicken, cheese, and sauteed peppers, and omitted red sauce since I’m allergic to tomatoes. Use your favorite sauce and toppings. Enjoy! Continue reading “Soft Gluten Free Naan Pizza”
I recently found a bunch of arugula growing in my garden that sprouted up from last year, I decided to make a salad to use it up. Well, I have found a new love, arugula salad! Arugula is slightly peppery. So, adding sweet grapes, red grapes for color, and a sweet and tangy salad dressing, really balances out the flavors. Then, when you throw in the three different textures, arugula, grapes, and candied pecans, you have yourself a sensation! Continue reading “Arugula Salad with Grapes & Candied Pecans with Maple Vinaigrette”
Take the American classic, mac and cheese, and turn it into a delicious and hearty appetizer that doesn’t need an oven, which is important during the holidays. You can get away with serving fewer appetizers when you have at least one that is hearty. However, they may just eat too many because they are so …
Similar to a loaded baked potato, this loaded gluten free quiche is a treasure trove of decadence. Bacon, caramelized onion, sauteed red peppers, cheddar cheese, and cream (or sour cream) make this quiche amazing. However, the flaky easy-to-make Gluten Free Cream Cheese Pastry Crust with its tender and flakiness is the shining star of this dish. However, it does not detract from its flavorful filling. Continue reading “Gluten Free Loaded Quiche (Bacon)”