This is a collection of my gluten-free recipes and those that I have tried and collected from other chefs. Recipes in this cookbook that contain wheat ingredients have been altered to make them gluten free by substituting the appropriate gluten free item.
Are you a Celiac? Do you crave that apple pie your grandma used to make? Well, here it is--a big thick apple pie with a crumbly top and flakey crust! You won't believe that it is really gluten free and the whole family will enjoy it! Serve with a scoop of Blue Bell Vanilla Bean Ice Cream!
These are a wonderful alternative to wheat flour wraps or roti. Great with a curry, or instead of garlic bread with a salad or to have with soup. If using for wraps for lunch use fresh as they tend to dry out a bit when refrigerated. But leftovers the next day can be brushed with olive oil and garlic and rosemary and crisped up in the oven to use as a pita style chip. Great for kids lunch boxes. Depending on the type of rice and potato flour you are using you may have to adjust the liquid a little. This is a tender dough so roll out gently and use plenty of cornmeal flour on your board. I find that the dough sticks to a wooden board too much so use plastic, glass or marble surface. You could play around with cornmeal quantity if you wanted to. Got this recipe off a Sky TV cooking programme.
This is my first recipe - please be kind! My kids love it and when I take it to a BBQ everyone wants the recipe. It is a variation on one I found in epicurious a while ago. It is very easy and very yummy!!
I know, the last thing RecipeZaar needs is another parmesan chicken recipe! But this one has it all! Not only is it low-fat and only has 3 points per serving but it's very easy (only 4 ingredients) and mighty tasty, too.
There are a gazillion recipes for this, but I searched them all, and none are just like mine. My kids' absolute favorite. I get requests for this dish all the time....soooo good with potatoes and green beans!
This is from that same African cookbook. This works for OAMC as well. Make according to directions, cover and freeze, and then reheat in oven at 350 for about 1 hour. Prep time includes marinating time.
Another gem adapted from the National Chicken Council, this recipe uses spices and flavors of the topical Caribbean to liven up the humble (and often bland) chicken breasts. As warm weather approaches in the northern hemisphere, this will be a hit at the family BBQ.