Just like traditional falafel, these gluten free grain free falafel have a cake-like texture and are flavor packed. Save money by using dried garbanzo beans/chickpeas. It’s super easy and it all happens while you’re sleeping. Top with one of three sauces, one of which is dairy-free. Make them hot and spicy or not. Continue reading “Gluten-Free Grain-Free Falafel Using Dried Beans + Tahini Sauce”
Chicken breasts can easily dry out when baked. However, I have created a delicious, one-dish solution. Imagine the flavors of date and balsamic vinegar, among other flavor ingredients infused into white sweet potatoes and chicken breasts. This is my new favorite potato recipe! A sweet treasure everyone will love. This is a wonderful alcohol-free alternative to chicken marsala. Continue reading “Gluten Free Date Glazed Baked Chicken Breasts and Sweet Potatoes”
Are you guilty of serving the same old side dishes or appetizers? Tonight, I created these gluten free polenta cakes to change things up a bit. My husband and I fell in love with them. The crunchy topping was a nice touch. You can make them with cream cheese or goat cheese. I used cream cheese. Try them and let me know how you and yours enjoyed them.
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It is so easy to use leftover ham to make this gluten free split pea, ham & potato soup recipe. The flavor is incredible without the ham, but let’s face it, ham, like bacon makes everything taste better. Garnishing the soup with fried, chopped ham and Gluten Free Seasoned Croutons puts this recipe over the top! Continue reading “Split Pea, Ham & Potato Soup”
You know that sticky-coated sweet and sour chicken that you can order for Chinese takeout? Well, minus the sour, and add spice if desired, and you’ve got tonight’s dinner all figured out! Sticky, chewy deliciousness! I have included a low histamine version for those on a low-histamine diet. Continue reading “Gluten Free Sticky Asian Chicken or Pork (Low-Histamine Option)”