If you’ve ever been to your favorite Chinese restaurant only to learn that you cannot have the Chinese chicken salad because it’s not gluten free, fret no longer! This recipe is pretty incredible. It is full of multiple Asian flavors and has a slightly sweet dressing. My guests went back for seconds. That’s always a good sign. Continue reading Gluten Free Chinese Chicken Salad
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 … Continue reading Greek Cucumber Dill Sauce or Dip (Tzatziki Sauce)
Have you ever heard of Chinese rice noodles? They’re different than gluten free rice pasta, but you can easily substitute them for whatever you can find locally. I’ve added some to this fresh and crisp gluten free Chinese salad. The dressing is tasty, as well.
Summer heat already gotcha down? Try a refreshing salad instead of hot meal. Many people have trouble making gluten free pasta salad in advance. Rice pasta gets hard when refrigerated overnight. There are a couple of tricks to get you to succeed,though. Don’t use rice pasta. Try pasta made from other grains such as corn, … Continue reading Peach and Mozzarella Gluten Free Pasta Salad & Peach Vinaigrette
You can use this recipe for pico de gallo on any Mexican dish, but more importantly, you can provide a Mexican flare to any American dish. Serve pico de gallo with grilled steak or chicken for a TexMex flavor. It’s wonderful! What will you serve it with?
If you’ve been wondering about the difference between golden and red quinoa, there is none, other than the color. In this red quinoa salad, I chose the red variety just to add more color. It’s easy to throw together. You don’t even need a recipe, but I did write down everything so you’d have some … Continue reading Red Quinoa Salad with Pomegranate Vinaigrette
You’ll find that whole grains are trending in the finest of restaurants nowadays. Impress your family or guest by whipping up this delicious whole grain sorghum salad recipe with little effort. Sorghum grains contain more antioxidants than most other grains and may help you manage cholesterol levels, prevent or help diabetes and dark sorghum (more than … Continue reading Gluten Free Sorghum Salad
While most of the ingredients for cobb salad are gluten free, this recipe provides you with yet another idea on how to use your leftover turkey. I’ve used a couple of ingredients that are not traditionally used for this turkey cobb salad; however, you can always use the traditional ingredients of avocado, bacon, chopped eggs, and … Continue reading Turkey Cobb Salad and Leftover Turkey Recipes
I enjoy making and eating this arugula salad recipe due the zesty flavor of arugula. You do not need a lot of seasonings when you use arugula. Arugula pairs well with citrus as it does with other fruit, nuts and seeds. Enjoy this refreshing salad. It is naturally gluten-free as long as you are sure … Continue reading Beets and Citrus Arugula Salad Recipe & Dressing
For years I used to crave KFC’s coleslaw. Now that us gluten free eaters can no longer eat at KFC, I thought you would appreciate my KFC clone dressing. McCormick spices are gluten-free. Be sure to avoid using mayonnaise jars that gluten-eaters may have used if you are gluten intolerant. Double dipping knives in jars … Continue reading Gluten Free Coleslaw Like KFC’s