Though the filling may not be easy, the actual making of the outer shell of these gluten free egg rolls is extremely easy. And you can always fill it with leftovers, meat and or veggies. I have seen a recipe or 2 online that calls for rolling your own dough. I was just not up … Continue reading Easy Gluten Free Egg Rolls – Eggrolls (BBQ Pork)
A vol-au-vent is a French pastry which is made from layers of puffed pasty, hallowed out and filled with anything from sweet to savory. This gluten free vol-au-vent is stuffed with peach pie filling, however, you may fill it with something savory which contains a little sauce or moisture, such as a seafood mousse, chicken pot … Continue reading Gluten Free Vol-au-Vent for Sweet or Savory Recipes
I was so pleased with these gluten free truffles, as this was my first time coating them in tempered chocolate. Tempering the chocolate, discussed below, will give your truffles a professional shine. Tempering chocolate seems much faster than it appears in the directions below. It really is a chore. Unless these are a gift, I … Continue reading Gluten Free Truffles
I made this tri-tip roast recipe with gluten-free gravy right before I left last week to take care of my father. Now that it’s fall, it’s time for some comfort food, and with Dad terminally ill, I sure needed the comfort. Plus the tri-tip roast was on sale and I couldn’t pass up the bargain. … Continue reading Tri-Tip Roast Recipe with Gluten Free Gravy
As a child my mother served the family asparagus with mayonnaise on the side for dipping. I suppose it was a busy mother’s quick solution to asparagus with hollandaise sauce. Don’t get me wrong. It was delicious and I still use this myself! It hides the bitter taste of asparagus, especially for kids. However, asparagus … Continue reading Asparagus with Gluten Free Hollandaise Sauce
Carol Fenster, author and gluten-free expert, created this wonderful gluten free clafouti! She explains what clafouti is below. I cannot wait to try this! It looks so elegant. I can picture serving this at my next dinner party. Enjoy! And thank you so much, Carol, for sharing this with us all!
While on our at-home vacation I wanted to make a few special dinners. Though this gluten-free pasta recipe is high in calorie, my husband may have ordered this dish at our favorite local Italian Restaurant, Nativo’s. However, we had it at home, all gluten-free! Alfredo sauce is often used with fettucini, but I love capellini … Continue reading Gluten Free Pasta Recipe: Chicken Alfredo
Many liquid items are thickened with gluten. Making gluten free hot fudge sauce is so simple and inexpensive why not make your own? I like the fact that this recipe uses ingredients that you can keep in your pantry without spoiling, ready for use when you want them. Use this sauce on ice cream or … Continue reading Gluten Free Hot Fudge Sauce
When you have guests you’ll want to make your work as easy as possible the day of the event. Serve something simple, yet elegant. Fondue is something you can prepare ahead of time, allowing time to mingle with your guests. Gluten free fondue also makes a wonderful Valentine’s Day, anniversary, or special date night dinner. … Continue reading Gluten Free Fondue Recipes – The Best Thing I Ever Ate!
I was watching “Paula’s Home Cooking” on The Food Network channel the other day, and Paula showed how to make Chocolate Covered Potato Eggs (for Easter). Her recipe had a white filling and inspired this chocolate truffle recipe with walnuts I just created. My favorite See’s Easter egg has a chocolate cream and walnut filling, … Continue reading Healthy Sugar-Free Gluten Free Chocolate Truffles