A childhood favorite that became one of my family’s favorites, my mom’s Salmon Croquettes were hard to leave behind when I first went gluten-free…they were so good that our kids would ask for them when she came to visit.
Broiled Tilapia Fillets with Sauteed Portobello Mushrooms and Peppers for supper — my family said it was one of the best gluten-free dinners ever! We’ve had tilapia a number of times, but this combination really was the best so far.
For my own mental health and general well-being I needed a quick meal that wasn’t loaded with carbs and fat (the quick = mental health, and not being loaded with carbs and fat = general well-being). It’s hard to do that, though, without sacrificing the traditional taste….
This easy gluten-free recipe for baked salmon always makes a dinner my family likes.
Gluten-free baked salmon is easy to prepare, so I often use it for a 30 minute meal.
You can easily season each serving differently if you are cooking for different tastes. You can use something different on each fillet — garlic, or dill weed, or lemon pepper, or …
Enjoying the sun and the daffodils today, encouraging the dog to chase off those voracious squirrels that make our birdfeeder their all-day banquet, cleaning up some winter litter from the yard — this is not a day that I want to spend much time cooking. Time to pull out the shrimp from the freezer and make a quick meal that will be on the low-fat side. Not completely low-fat — after all, I can’t make it too low-fat or my husband will rebel against such “healthy” eating! The shrimp and garlic dish is excellent as is, and the sugar snap peas with carrots and onions is also wonderful as it is, so I’ll actually cook them as two separate dishes, […]
A gluten-free dish with zip that’s healthy and also easy to fix — that’s a good one to pull out of the recipe box! The shrimp provides the low-fat protein, the vegetables add more flavor and nutrition, and the seasonings can be as peppy as you like. It’s a light, filling dish for a gluten-free diet.