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!
This old family favorite is made from scratch, even the sauce, so you know that it’s safe for a gluten-free diet.
Since the chicken is boneless and skinless, it’s easier to serve and clean up than the bone-in version.
You can use your favorite vegetables in it, but our favorites are either green beans, or peas and carrots, or chopped broccoli. You’ll have a complete meal in one dish with this gluten-free casserole. If you want to make it dairy-free, you can use the oil instead of butter or margarine, and also use a dairy-free milk, or mushroom or vegetable stock instead.
Vibrant, zesty salsa adds excitement to a gluten-free main dish, side or snack. Having an easy basic recipe for it is a must in my family. Here is one of…
A favorite dinner in my house is gluten-free meatloaf with mushroom sauce. My family asks for it regularly.
This recipe has gone through the conversion to gluten-free with the help of a different source of bread crumbs for the meatloaf, and a different source of sauce for the topping.
What’s the best thing spooned onto a plateful of turkey and dressing? The gravy! How can you put delicious gravy on the table without much fuss? Make this easy, gluten-free version with stock (or bouillon or broth) instead of drippings!