This is a recipe I found in a dairy free cookbook. I converted this when my daughter was little and had several allergies that we had to adjust for. This recipe is not gluten free or dairy free as posted but can be made dairy free by using milk-free margarine.
A recipe from the back of a label from a can of LaChoy bean sprouts. The original recipe called for either chicken breast or thighs. We prefer chicken thighs and I often make it with whatever vegetables that we have in the fridge. It also called for serving this over crispy rice noodles, but since I am gluten free this was left out.
There are lots of turkey sausage recipes here on 'Zaar, I couldn't find any like this. This is the sausage recipe that I used to make when my daughter was little and had severe food allergies. The mixture needs to be refrigerated over night to blend the flavors. I still use it to this day.
A recipe from www.mizfrogspad.com that I have altered for my allergies. This dressing is low in fat and calories and has a lovely, sunset-rose color. Makes about one cup. Refrigeration time not included.
I found this recipe in a Gooseberry Patch Christmas Craft Book. It was submitted by Jean Hayes of LaPorte, TX (need to give credit where credit is due). This pie was absolutely wonderful! You can use fresh or frozen cranberries. If you use frozen, don't thaw them. Also, for those of you who need to avoid wheat, this can be made with Bob's Red Mill All Purpose Gluten Free Flour.
This is so simple I almost hate to post it, but if it helps someone with an easy lunch or even an easy dinner, then it's well worth taking the time to post it. This recipe was born out of the need to have something different for lunch. If you are following Weight Watchers, one serving is 4 points for 1 1/2 cups.
This is really quick and easy to make. I usually make a double batch and freeze individual patties to keep in my freezer for breakfast. I have another turkey sausage recipe, but I've since found this one and like it much better. These can be cooked in a skillet or on a George Foreman grill.
This chili really isn't that spicy, but it is good. We really like lamb and I was looking for some different ways to prepare it. Found this recipe on www.americanlamb.com and have adapted it to fit my allergies. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
This is a recipe my mother used to make when I still lived at home. She recently found it while cleaning out her recipe box and I decided to post it here. It's relatively inexpensive and who doesn't want to save money on meals.
I've been making this recipe for a long time and our family really enjoys it. The recipe calls for turkey, but you can substitue cooked chicken (which I do quite often). This is a nice casserole on a cold winter night.
This was originally a recipe for the crock pot. I tend not to use my crock pot too often for meals because I'm away from home for more than 10 hours and I don't have one that can be programmed. I've adapted it to be made on the stove top, but you could still make it in the crock pot. Just put all the ingredients in your crock pot and cook on low for 7-8 hours (or 3 1/2-4 hours on high).
I found this recipe while standing in line in the grocery store. It comes from Woman's Day. It caught my eye because I had some left over enchilda sauce that I didn't know what to do with. It was a hit with my family.