These glazed yams with marshmallows are a must-have along with turkey, gravy, dressing, green beans, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie.
There is no reason why any of these need any gluten in them, so check the ingredients lists or contact the manufacturers, and start cooking!
A rich and flavorful complement to the flavors of turkey, gravy, yams and cranberry sauce, this dressing is also excellent with ham or roast beef.
Some people think the gravy is more important than the turkey…for the mashed potatoes, for the dressing, as well as for the slices of turkey on the plate. This gluten-free gravy tastes as good as any regular gravy.
A gluten-free roast turkey makes a delicious holiday dinner and it’s surprisingly easy to make. I prefer to make them unstuffed. An unstuffed turkey cooks in less time, so you don’t spend as long in the kitchen. With a 20-lb. bird, you’ll have enough turkey to serve about 12 people, or maybe 6 people and still have leftovers.
Your family and guests will probably not even notice it’s gluten-free, unless you tell them. You can prepare your favorite gluten-free dressing in a separate pan, or on the stovetop.
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