Tri-Spiced Gluten Free Onion Rings with Dipping Sauce

These gluten free onion rings are another great recipe from Gluten Free Chef Rob, Robert Landolphi’s Gluten Free Everyday cookbook. I cannot explain well enough how crunchy and flavorful they turn out and what a nice thick batter this makes. They’re a must try for any onion ring lover, gluten free or not!
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Crusty Sugar-Free Dairy-Free Gluten-Free Bread Roll

This was one of my first gluten free bread roll recipes. Not bad for a first try. However, I now make much better gluten free bread. Check out recipes here or try This Gluten Free Baguettes Recipe or Gluten Free Sourdough Bread Recipe.
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Gluten Free Roasted Garlic Walnut Pesto

I wanted to make a walnut paste to be used on pasta or when chilled even on crackers or celery, but the recipes I found contain raw garlic. I really wanted to make a walnut paste with roasted garlic, therefore, I began a new experiment. I thought about using pine nuts, but I wanted to create something yummy for everyone that was affordable. You make this as a paste or as a walnut pesto sauce. Continue reading Gluten Free Roasted Garlic Walnut Pesto

Gluten Free Lentil Soup with Bacon

Stop the presses! This is my all time favorite out of all of my gluten free soup recipes! I love anything with bacon, but try to not eat it too often, as most of them contain many preservatives, not to mention the calories. I am having overnight company in about a week and decided to make my famous lentil bacon soup. Kids love it as well as adults. Who doesn’t like bacon, right? I am sure they exist, but it is as many who do not like chocolate. Continue reading Gluten Free Lentil Soup with Bacon

Gluten Free Brioche

Brioche is reminiscent of the first breads ever made. When Marie-Antoinette said, “Let them eat cake!” she was referring to a bread much like brioche, in between an egg bread and cake. I watched Martha Stewart make brioche buns on her Friday, April 30, 2010 episode, and I just had to figure out a way … Continue reading Gluten Free Brioche
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Gluten Free Avocado Chicken Salad

I love avocados and I thought, “Why not mix it up with chicken for an avocado chicken salad sandwich or atop a salad?” I allow myself a serving of avocado once a week, as a treat. Adding a little Greek yogurt makes this recipe even less in calories, or use mayonnaise for richness, or neither. This is a quick, easy avocado chicken salad recipe that anyone can make. And it’s great for using up leftover chicken. You’ll see the sandwich photo below which shows the dairy-free version, and the salad photo showing the dairy version Continue reading Gluten Free Avocado Chicken Salad

Low Fat Healthy Baked French Fries

Let’s face it french fries that have been deep fried are high in calories. If you’d like a french fry lower in fat and calories just bake them. I’m all for low fat french fries! I recently purchased a Nonstick French Fry Baking Pan which allows the heat to rise form the bottom through holes … Continue reading Low Fat Healthy Baked French Fries
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Gluten Free Broiled Marinated Zucchini

I became tired of the same old zucchini recipes so I started experimenting again. This recipe takes few ingredients, usually found right in your kitchen. You marinate them and cook in a baking sheet (less clean up). Prep time and cook time is short. Enjoy!
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Gluten Free Pear Corn Muffins

I saw another great dessert on Martha Stewart’s Show last week, Corn Muffins with Pear and Candied Ginger. Of course, I had to create a gluten free muffin recipe version. It does not call for superfine rice flour. The original recipe called for candied ginger which did not sound appealing to me, but I will … Continue reading Gluten Free Pear Corn Muffins
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Gluten Free Cream Puffs

I am half Italian and love my cream puffs, especially filled with custard. I grew up eating them from the historic Italian bakery in San Francisco, Victoria Pastry. Now I can have gluten free cream puffs and so can you. They are so delicious! You can always fill them with whipped cream or any favorite … Continue reading Gluten Free Cream Puffs
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