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    Sauteed mushrooms replace traditional lasagna noodles, and their rich flavor and texture more than make up for the absence of meat. Use 3 T. flax seed meal mixed with 1 T. water for egg-free preparation (as noted in the ingredients). Gluten free pasta is available, but because I'm severely vitamin D deficient as a result of Celiac Disease which went undiagnosed for many years, I came up with this in order to take advantage of the vitamin D in mushrooms. The cheese and pasta sauce are the two critical ingredients that will make or break this dish. We have two sauces created by local restaurants that are available in many Ohio grocery stores: LaRosa's and Annarino's. They tie for first place as the best all-purpose sauce I've ever tasted. You might consider looking in your area for a good locally produced sauce ... but maybe we're just really lucky around here! I use Mario Batali Italian Four Cheese Blend because it's outstanding and loaded with flavor.

    Recipe #412809

    I've only tried tilapia, but any type of fish will work. Before frying the fish, I fry potatoes and onion strips in the oil. This batter also works well for shrimp, chicken, cheese sticks and veggies.

    Recipe #461462

    Green onion potato chips instead of bread crumbs? Yes! They fry up to a nice, crunchy golden brown. Many brands are gluten free, which is critical for me. If you like crab cakes without a lot of filler, I recommend trying this recipe. I also highly recommend using a cast iron skillet for frying them. My husband deemed these the best crab cakes he'd ever eaten, and said he'd also love to try them on a potato roll with lettuce, tomato and the dipping sauce. A great, quick and easy side dish that also cooks in about 8-10 minutes is fresh asparagus sauteed in olive oil with chopped garlic, then drizzled with lemon juice and kosher salt just before it's done cooking.

    Recipe #433007

    It took me several attempts to finally make a gluten free meatloaf that I was really excited about.

    Recipe #413394

    This is delicious dipped in cocktail sauce or served over rice pilaf. In a pinch, I've also made this with frozen precooked, quick thawed shrimp: just skip step 11, sprinkle on bread crumbs and broil for 3-4 minutes without flipping (shrimp will not be as tender using this method, but still tasty). Note: Make sure your Worcestershire sauce is gluten free.

    Recipe #468296

    2009 was my first gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner. Sage dressing is my favorite part of the meal, so I prepared this last year and LOVED it. I made it again the same week because there were hardly any leftovers. I also make it throughout the year as a side dish (instead of Stovetop®). Tapioca bread that has been refrigerated is easy to cube right out of the bag – no need to let it sit out and get stale. You can toast it the day before to save prep time.

    Recipe #441140

    "Baking" the potatoes in the microwave will save you at least 45 minutes in prep time. This is a very basic recipe that can be embellished to suit your taste and the ingredients you have on hand. Some suggested additions are bacon bits, sour cream or plain yogurt, chives and roasted garlic.

    Recipe #459097


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