In December we were in Washington, D.C. and had a wonderful beet salad at a little bistro. This recipe is as close as it gets to replicating that experience. Roasting the beets really brings out the sweetness, lightly drizzled with the dressing, sprinkled withe feta and toasted walnuts for an elegant dining experience. Hope you enjoy.
What to do when you have a little of this and a little of that in the vegetable drawer that needs to be used. Makes a hearty meal for 4 when served with corn bread or corn muffins. Be sure and cut the vegetables into equal pieces to ensure proper cooking.
I have been following a gluten free diet for several years and have been on the look out for a really good and easy apple crisp. The crust on this stays nice and crunchy. I used Recipe #335405 for the filling. The recipe was modified from Living Without.
This is a quick to put together meal and requires minimal attention while cooking. The original recipe calls for cooking the oven but I think it would work equally well in the crock pot on low for about 4 hours. Serve with a hearty rye bread for a delicious meal.
These are an adaption of a recipe that I found in a Reader's Digest recipe booklet. I am listing these with gluten free options. If using a gluten flour these will probably turn out a little thinner. They are packed with lots of healthy, high fiber ingredients for a healthier you. I served this with a mixed berry sauce sweetened with a couple of tablespoons pure maple syrup.
A friend gave me this recipe awhile back and I converted it to gluten free this morning. It is a nice and tasty gluten free cake. The conversion is easy so I'll post the recipe as written and the gluten free portion will be in the notes section.
This is one of those recipes that was emailed to me and sounded so good. I haven't tried it so I can't say if its good or not but it does have promising ingredients. The recipe is from The Eating Well Diabetes Cookbook.
Have you ever had one of those recipes that gets lost and then finds it way back home again? I pulled out a cookbook I hadn't used in years and found this recipe tucked neatly inside. This is an impressive presentation for your guests.
I love rutabagas! This vegetable is full of vitamins and minerals. It has the added plus of storing well. This dish is delicious served with a dark rye bread, potatoes and coarse grain mustard. This recipe was found on Sons of Norway website.
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