Cauliflower Rice Recipe

Photo showing cauliflower rice and vegetables

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Members love my Gluten Free Cauliflower Pizza, but this cauliflower rice recipe is pretty good too. It’s not wet like so many other cauliflower rice recipes. Most gladly eat this version in place of high-carb rice. You can add veggies that are higher in carbs for sweetness or just season it with paprika, fresh herbs, or cumin and chili powder. Learn the key to making cauliflower rice with the texture of real rice. Continue reading “Cauliflower Rice Recipe”

Gluten Free Pesto Caesar Salad (Egg-Free)

Gluten Free Basil Caesar-Style Salad

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A chef at the Pelicano’s restaurant at Hyatt Zilara Cancun created this twist on Caesar salad dressing as a solution for my citrus allergies. I fell in love with it and so has my family/guests. Traditional Caesar salad dressing contains lemon juice, olive oil, raw or coddled egg yolk, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, and black pepper. This version contains only basil pesto sauce and a little additional olive oil. It is much more figure-friendly. This dressing is extremely easy to prepare and will impress your guests. You’ll hear reactions such as, “I never thought about this before!” and “I have plenty of pesto sauce at home!” and “It’s much healthier than Caesar dressing!” and even, “I like this better than Caesar salad!” Continue reading “Gluten Free Pesto Caesar Salad (Egg-Free)”

Arugula Salad with Grapes & Candied Pecans with Maple Vinaigrette

Arugula Grapea and Candied Pecan Salad with Maple Vinaigrette

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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”

Greek Cucumber Dill Sauce or Dip (Tzatziki Sauce)

Greek Yogurt Cucumber Dill Sauce

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Tzatziki sauce is a Greek cucumber sauce served with meat or used as a dip. Tzatziki is primarily made of strained yogurt, in this case, Chobani Greek Non-Fat Yogurt. It’s gluten-free! They sent me some coupons for a few free yogurts so that I can create a tailgating recipe for them. Though this sauce is Greek, you can use it with other cultural foods such as saucy Indian dishes, as a dip with naan (Indian flatbread), on enchiladas, and as a dip with veggies as a snack. For authentic Greek dishes use as a sauce for gyros, or as a dressing for cucumber salad or other Greek salads. Gyros are perfect for tailgating. Continue reading “Greek Cucumber Dill Sauce or Dip (Tzatziki Sauce)”