This absolutely delicious New England Clam Chowder is not too rich, but it’s still a marvelously smooth, creamy and filling dish… Perfect for a quick, 30-minute lunch when you’re pressed for time.
And, to make it even better, you have control over the size and number of chunks of clams that are in the chowder. So, no more bowls of soup with no or almost no clams in them… unless, of course, you prefer it that way.
And what can I possibly say about the potatoes? You can make them EXACTLY…
Fast, easy…and economical: A good tuna salad recipe is all that and more. If you’re on a gluten-free diet, you may find that knowing how to make tuna salad expands your mealtime options more than you can imagine. So, here is one to add to your file of gluten-free recipes.
A perennial dinner favorite in my house is Creamed Tuna.
It’s good when I’m short on time and I need to go shopping, but we’re hungry right now…so my gluten-free diet also has to satisfy everyone in the family.
The foundation of this easy dinner is a medium white sauce. I learned a long time ago that a basic white sauce or cream sauce is a kitchen standby, and it’s just as useful for a gluten-free diet as it is for gluten-y cooking. It works for a lot of my favorite 30 minute meals!
These delightful rounds of gluten-free crab meat were not a dish I learned about when I was very young, but as soon as I tasted them, I wanted to make up for lost time.
Whether I use almond flour or breadcrumbs to make them, these crab cakes seem way more impressive than the effort they take to prepare. The whole family will like them whether they need to eat gluten-free or not.
My family loves this meal! Personally, I like to have this gluten-free stir-fry as a low-carb meal. For the rest of the household, rice or gluten-free noodles are optional side dishes – and according to my husband, they are required. The stir-fry works well either way. And I love to serve whole foods to my family.
Looking for a healthy dish with lots of flavor that’s also quick and easy for a weeknight supper? One serving (including a little over 5 ounces uncooked weight of the fish) has only about 188 calories and 28 grams of protein. Cod, a mild-flavored deep sea fish, is easily found in many supermarkets. Easy to cook in a variety of ways, cod fillets are among my family’s favorites for taste and ease of preparation.
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.
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