There is no need to turn on the oven to get a little taste of chicken pot pie. Using a slightly altered version of my famous Gluten Free Chicken Pot Pie filling, this gluten free chicken pot pie casserole recipe is made right on your stovetop. This is a delicious and hearty meal everyone can enjoy, down to the gluten free pasta. Continue reading “Gluten Free Chicken Pot Pie Casserole – Stovetop”
Tahchin is a Persian/Iranian creamy (traditionally dairy-based), baked saffron rice dish. The top of this gluten free dairy free rice dish is crunchy on top. The recipe traditionally calls for whole milk yogurt. For those who are dairy-free, you can make gluten free dairy free saffron rice without the need to go out and purchase dairy-free yogurt, you can make dairy free tahchin/ baked saffron rice. Give it a try with traditional yogurt, store-bought dairy-free yogurt, or super easy homemade yogurt. The results are nothing less than incredible. Continue reading “Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Saffron Rice (Tahchin or Tachin)”
Feather-light gluten free rice waffles without gum or refined starch. The crispness on the outside adds texture to the tender center. Make your breakfast better than before your gluten-free diet. Continue reading “Gluten Free Rice Waffles Using Ryze Flour (No Added Starch or Gum)”
Without the use of tortillas, this gluten free casserole contains all of the flavors of enchiladas. Its sauce leaves everything moist and the cheese topping adds additional flavor. What makes this recipe easy is that it is made in one skillet for easy cleanup! What makes this recipe smart is the addition of cabbage; a great way to get picky eaters to consume more veggies. Continue reading “Gluten Free Enchilada Casserole with Cabbage, Ground Turkey & Rice”
This gluten free red wine pasta contains some of the ingredients found in basil pesto. You’ll discover one little hack that will add flavor as well as save you preparation and clean up time. This dish is easy to make in less than 30minutes.
Mildly spiced or super hot, these exceptionally flavorful gluten free battered curly fries don’t have to be made curly. Use a standard cut if desired. Pople say they taste like Arby’s curly fries. I’ve included the deep-fried battered and baked versions. Enjoy!
I call these “Batter Fries for Battered Husbands” because I rewarded my husband with them for working in 100ºF weather putting up our new fence. He loves that phrase! I think it made him feel appreciated. I need to do that more often! Continue reading “Gluten Free Battered Curly Fries (aka Battered Fries for Battered Husbands)”
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”
Traditionally, to make chicken kiev you pound out chicken breasts and roll them up. It can be a laborious task. Learn how to make this tasty gluten free chicken kiev in no time as well as the brands of gluten free breadcrumbs and even bowtie gluten free pasta brands. Continue reading “Easy Gluten Free Chicken Kiev”
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”
I had a ton of chives in my herb garden and decided to make chive pesto. It naturally stays bright green, unlike basil pesto. Chive pesto is flavorful and cheesy. The recipe I used that I found online didn’t have much flavor. So, after adjusting it quite a bit and using a substitute ingredient, I am thrilled with result. Use this naturally gluten free chive pesto on crackers, bruschetta (toasted, sliced baguettes), pasta, grilled chicken, and more. Continue reading “Gluten Free Chive Pesto”