If you haven’t tried sauteed edamame, you’re in for a treat. The beans themselves are not flavorful, but if you know how to cook them and have a great sauce recipe, they are delicious and actually addictive. It took me a couple of recipes to perfect this dish to match a restaurant version that I had tried, but now I can’t stop making and eating them! Continue reading “Sauteed Edamame – Gluten Free”
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”
In an effort to teach an online class on how to make gluten free souffles, I made this gluten free artichoke souffle that I’ve been craving for a few months. It turned out delicious. I suggest topping this souffle with Mornay Sauce or leftover Beef Bourguignon Sauce. They are yummy but the bourguignon sauce is over the top good! Continue reading “Gluten Free Artichoke Souffle with Cheese”
Popular in the Mid-West and South United States, creamed corn is a staple on menus. This southern-style gluten free creamed corn recipe is not only delicious but will convert many skeptics. Continue reading “Gluten Free Creamed Corn Recipe – Southern Style”
My Sicilian grandmother used to make artichokes stuffed with seasoned breadcrumbs. I can’t remember her exact recipe but I definitely recall the flavors. I experimented until I achieved those same wonderful Italian flavors, even with my dairy-free version. You can make this with or without Parmesan and taste all of the flavors of Italy. Continue reading “Gluten Free Italian Stuffed Artichokes (Baked or Steamed) (Dairy or Dairy-Free)”
Using a crunchy batter, you can make spicy, crispy gluten free cauliflower buffalo wings (mock wings). Then cover them with your favorite gluten free buffalo wing sauce or the suggested recipe. Without the sauce, the wings are still spicy. However, for the full heat experience like true buffalo wings, definitely use buffalo sauce! Continue reading “Crispy Gluten Free Cauliflower Buffalo ‘Wings’”
Think green cheese enchiladas but instead of using gluten free rice tortillas, you use rice and add zucchini! Plus, rather than loading the casserole with cheese, I made a mornay sauce requiring much less cheese. Simple delicous!
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Flavored with garlic and thyme, this combination of ingredients is incredible. It will convert any kale hater! The sweetness of the sweet potatoes, caramelized onions, and balsamic vinegar couple with garlic and the spice of pepper, salt, and thyme all hide the fact that you eating kale. They all contribute to the complex flavors. Yet, the ingredients are so basic. Serve this dish warm, at room temperature, or chilled.
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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”
This is my new holiday brussels sprouts recipe. It contains Christmas colors and flavors, yet it is so easy to make. If you don’t have an oven available, make them in a skillet. They’re delicious either way. Continue reading “Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries and Pecans”