1,900+ Gluten-Free Recipes by Gluten Free Recipe Developer to Manufacturers, Carla Spacher
Category: Gluten Free Sauces
Over 50 recipes for gluten free sauces, both sweet and savory. Choose from brown gravy, to basic bachemel sauce, and dessert sauces such as ice cream toppings to strawberry and chocolate ganache sauces for cream puffs.
This sauce is amazing! I made the dairy-free version the first time. I’ve also made the low-dairy Alfredo version. The full dairy version is just as heavenly. The best part about this recipe is that if you buy peeled garlic in bulk, as I do from Costco, you can learn how to roast it without making an aluminum foil packet. Aluminum easily seeps into food when it directly touches hot food. Enjoy this healthy, aluminum-free version! It’s so flavorful and great with roasted chicken.
If you’re allergic or intolerant to tomatoes, you can still make delicious gluten free mole sauce. A matter of fact, in this recipe, you can’t even tell the tomatoes are missing. Serve this gluten free mole with any cooked chicken: rotisserie, shredded, whole pieces, medallions, and more. The acids in the sauce make the chicken very tender and moist. Continue reading “Gluten Free Mole Sauce Without Tomatoes”
When a recipe calls for Campbell’s Golden Mushroom Soup, use this flavorful gluten free golden mushroom soup recipe. It can be made tomato-free if desired, as well as without mushrooms, though they add additional flavor. Without any MSG, modified starch, or as in the original canned soup contains, this homemade version will save lots of money! It is definitely healthier for you since it is also free of modified food starch, wheat, or soy. You can make casseroles again with the same great flavor! Continue reading “Gluten Free Golden Mushroom Soup Recipe (Condensed or Not)”
You can whip up gluten free enchilada sauce in no time using gluten free canned enchilada sauce and three simple ingredients. You’ll save money too. This sauce has so many uses! It’s also a great recipe to bring down the spiciness of medium or hot canned enchilada sauce. You’ll swear this sauce tastes like and has the texture of your favorite Mexican restaurant’s sauce. Make it spicy or mild. Continue reading “Gluten Free Enchilada Sauce Recipe – Doctored Up Canned (Tomato-Free)”
Batter chicken easily and quickly, fry, and toss or dip in a lovely Asian tangerine sauce. That’s this crispy gluten free tangerine in a nutshell (American saying). This dish tastes like fine Chinese food, but it’s all gluten free! Better yet, you can also make this soy free! Continue reading “Crispy Gluten Free Tangerine Chicken”
You may be familiar with sweet red chili sauce, an Asian favorite. This gluten free Asian sweet garlic sauce is similar but instead of sweet and spicy, it is sweet and full of garlic and other Asian flavors. Usually made with Shaoxing wine (a specialty Asian wine), an easily obtainable substitute is used instead, which provides a similar flavor. This is an amazing sauce that you can use in Asian chicken, beef, and vegetable dishes as well as a dip. Continue reading “Gluten Free Asian Sweet Garlic Sauce”
Perfect for summer because this creamy, cheesy-tasting gluten free dairy free pesto sauce requires no cooking. Summertime basil is also is in season. I prefer this creamy pesto over traditional recipes containing Parmesan cheese. Try it. I think you’ll be very pleased! Continue reading “Gluten Free Dairy Free Pesto with Cheese Flavor”
I believe in cooking with what you have on hand. That is how this easy gluten free marinara sauce was born. That coupled with the need to throw something together quickly while I tended to other tasks makes this recipe a breeze. Despite all of the shortcuts, this easy marina sauce is flavorful. Add a smokey flavor if desired. The smokey flavor goes well with chicken and pork. Continue reading “Easy Fat-Free Gluten-Free Marinara Sauce (Smokey and Sugar-Free Options)”
Béchamel (pronounced: bay shoe mel) is a velvety smooth white sauce that can be used as is or turn it into a number of variations. You’ll love it because it is a fast way to turn a plain meal into a decadence followed by a string of compliments. Using bechamel as a base sauce, you can turn it into a white cheese sauce or cheddar cheese sauce. You can even add wine and/or cream. Your guests and family will surely be impressed. Continue reading “5-Star Gluten Free Bechamel Sauce”
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 bacon, and omitted the traditional spinach. What veggies and/or meat will you use? Serve as a dip, over pasta as a sauce, or thin as desired for soup. Continue reading “Gluten Free Artichoke Dip, Sauce, or Soup + Video”