Set these out for a snack or appetizer and they’ll disappear in no time!
Offer a plateful to hungry teenagers and they’ll quit asking how soon dinner will be ready… They Will Just Want More!
While watching a game or a movie, serve these with a veggie tray and you probably won’t need to be in the kitchen during the action.
In fact, I get a lot of whining when they are all gone. So, you might want to make a few more than you need!
Enjoy, I think that you, your family and friends will love them!
Today’s gluten-free diet menu plan starts with Cabbage Rolls. It’s really easy to double the recipe and have plenty for lunches later in the week.
The next day features one of the three 30 minute meals in this week’s menu plan — Sauteed Chicken Breasts complemented by rice and spinach with mushrooms.
I think this is a great meal for when I’m pressed for time. I can actually put this meal on the table in about 20 minutes if I have some cooked rice leftover in the refrigerator.
And, I like this meal even more because, if I’m cooking it for kids, I can…
This week’s gluten-free diet menu plan begins with Boneless Beef Short Ribs, then Pork Fried Rice and a Peach Pie since peaches may be in season. It contin…
My gluten-free menu plan for the week is here, even if it is a little bit late. (I like to start the week on Sunday….) I’m putting my week into order with a menu to simplify my daily routine, help with my shopping and manage my family’s apparent tendency towards our less-healthy old favorites four nights out of seven. Now when we have a comfort food, it will be in the plan!
I love the flavor of napa cabbage. It’s such a pleasant, healthy addition to my gluten-free diet.
It has a problem, though…
…It’s so delicate that it can easily be overwhelmed if it’s combined with the wrong flavors and textures.
It’s important to know about safe foods, so I’m adding a “snapshot” list of my pantry. It is not an all-inclusive list. It’s a list of what I might have in my gluten-free kitchen on an average day. My hope is that you can use it for ideas and direction in your kitchen.
Onions add their sweet, savory flavor to many of the things I cook. They also deserve a spotlight of their own. You can usually find pearl onions year-round in the produce department (or if you want, in the freezer case). Dressed up just a little with butter and parsley, and maybe a little paprika, they’re a great side dish for many meals. You can easily use a substitute for the butter to make the onions casein-free.
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