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    Another great recipe using Chebe (pronounced chee-bee) bread mix. Chebe is made with manioc (tapioca). You can find Chebe mix in health food stores or Whole Foods/Wild Oats. This recipe is from Gluten Free Bay (http://glutenfreebay.blogspot.com/2006/11/gluten-free-knishes-mission.html)

    Recipe #247858

    Chewy, flavorful cookies for Passover that are not excessively sweet. They are dense and full of flavor. Try dipping them in chocolate for an extra decadent treat. I prefer them with date sugar, which is more nutritious than cane sugar. They are gluten-free and non-gebrokts.

    Recipe #219518

    Potato kneidlach are light, fluffy potato dumplings for Passover that are a wonderful gluten-free substitute for matzo balls. I have loved these ever since I first made them for a gluten-free friend in 2005. I based this recipe off of one from The Passover Gourmet by Nira Rousso. My dad e-mailed me Rousso's recipe for potato dumplings a few years ago and I used that as the basis for these. Leftover batter can also be fried into chewy potato pancakes, as well.

    Recipe #219041

    While nothing will ever be quite as delicious as the "real thing", these gluten-free kneidlach come closer to capturing the texture I was looking for than any other recipe I've tried. Choose a very finely ground blanched almond meal for the best texure. If you aren't vegetarian, you'll find it well worth using chicken fat (such as the fat that you skim off the top of the chicken soup, allowed to cool and solidify) instead of oil. These are very dense - If you'd like to try to get them lighter, I'd recommend whipping the egg whites into stiff peaks and gently folding them into the batter at the last minute. A note about flax seeds: These are considered kosher for Passover by some, and kitniyot by others. If you use them, be sure to use finely ground flax meal. If you consider flax seed to be kitniyot, try omitting this ingredient.

    Recipe #219039

    This is a delicious gluten-free olive oil loaf with a more rustic style and a soft, pliable texture. The rosemary and olives lend a wonderful flavor. It doesn't need to be toasted in order to be soft and delicious (unlike most GF breads). Try a slice with butter on it, or as an accompaniment to Southern European and Mediterranean dishes, or try it with any soup or stew. As for me, I ate the entire loaf (not at once, of course) with hummus on top because I loved how the flavors went together. It would also make a killer grilled cheese sandwich with sharp cheddar.

    Recipe #217977

    These are my favorite pancakes. I used Meyer lemons from my uncle's tree to prepare these - If you have access to this sweet, juicy variety I recommend using them. If not, a regular lemon will certainly do. I prefer them with real eggs and rice milk, but you can use egg replacer and any type of milk replacement. Try raspberry jam on them instead of syrup... it works wonderfully with the flavor and texture of the pancakes. If you use a pancake mix besides Pamela's, be sure to use the right ration of liquid that it calls for.

    Recipe #217221

    On Sundays I cook with weekday lunches in mind, favoring big pots of tasty dishes that reheat well in the microwave at work. This low-fat, whole grain, high-fiber and vegan pasta dish is full of some of my favorite foods - Green beans, chickpeas and pasta. Mmm. Nutritional yeast adds B-12 and other vitamins and a slightly cheesy taste, though folks who love cheese can try parmesan or Romano instead. Bob's Red Mill and Red Star brands of nutritional yeast are both gluten-free. I use a Tinkyada's Gluten-Free Spirals, but you can use regular rotelle / fusilli if you prefer.

    Recipe #217220

    It is hard to believe that something as ordinary as a loaf of bread could nearly bring tears to my eyes - But that is what happened the other night when I sliced into the loaf of fresh-baked bread I had just pulled from the oven. I can't take full credit - It's based on a recipe by a woman named Laurie on the Celiac.com forums. But this is really some stellar bread - Hands down the best gluten-free bread I've had. It stays pliable and delicious without freezing or toasting. Don't skip out on the flaxseeds, they add nutrition and texture without too much "flaxy" taste.

    Recipe #217139

    This kosher, vegan paella recipe owes its inspiration to Studentchef's "Recipe #175908" (Thank you, Studentchef!) This is a variation of that recipe that contains more traditional paella flavors and is made in such a way that creates a "socarrat", the crusty layer of browned, caramelized rice at the bottom of the pan which adds a certain je ne sais quois to paella. The wider your pan is, the thinner the layer of rice will be and the more flavorful, chewy socarrat you will be able to create. You can also try replacing some of the broth with a splash of white wine, and using marinated artichoke hearts in addition to the other vegetables.

    Recipe #217136

    This is one of the most wonderful vegetable dishes I've made in quite a while - Sweet and tart and sure to please even those who are ambivalent about cauliflower. Be sure to use fresh dill, not dried!

    Recipe #216982

    This is a wonderful way to make delicious, tender, vegan collard greens. The smoked sweet paprika in these greens imparts a wonderful smoky flavor without the traditional but decidedly non-kosher and non-vegetarian smoked ham hock. Make sure the paprika you buy is smoked, as the regular kind won't give you that smoky flavor. Whatever you do, don't discard the pot liquor! It is full of the nutrients and flavor that have leached out of the greens during cooking, and makes a very full-bodied and rich broth you can use as a replacement for water when making rice (my favorite), as the base for soups or stews, or in any other savory dish that requires broth or water.

    Recipe #215631

    This recipe is for a matzo substitute for gluten-free folks. Though they aren't "kosher matzo" (matzah shmura) for Passover due to not containing any of the 5 grains that matzo are supposed to be made of, they are made of Kosher for Pesach ingredients so they can be used for other purposes, such as enjoying charoset and maror sandwiches or snacking on during the week of Passover. Don't expect them to taste or have the texture of regular matzo - They don't. But they are still pleasant tasting (no bread of oppression here!) and crispy.

    Recipe #215585

    This is a recipe for gluten-free, cane-sugar-free hamantaschen. They don't have a hard sugar-cookie consistency; Rather, they are more like soft, cakey pastries. Delicious! I filled half of my hamantaschen with no-sugar-added apricot preserves. The other half I filled with lekvar, a puree of dried prunes that have been softened in boiling water. You can buy canned lekvar, which has sugar or corn syrup in it, or you can try making it yourself using a traditional recipe but omitting or replacing the sugar. This recipe has no refined sugars. It uses agave nectar, which is one of the least refined sweeteners available. Though it naturally contains fructose, it is much lower on the glycemic index (GI) than other natural sweeteners, which can makes it more suitable for some diabetics, sugar-sensitive people, low-carbers, and hypoglycemics.

    Recipe #213789

    This is my adaptation of a recipe from Cooking Light Magazine (03/07). These black bean burgers are a delicious vegetarian entree and reheat very well in a toaster oven or in a pan. I recommend serving them with rice, greens, salsa and sour cream. Be careful to fully drain the beans and cook the patties long enough so that they will stay together.

    Recipe #213765

    A zesty, quick way to prepare brussels sprouts. Use the juice of a ripe lemon - Meyer lemons are preferable if you can get them. You can add some honey to the sauce if you want a sweeter taste.

    Recipe #213086

    A frittata (also known as crustless quiche) is a perfect palette for colorful vegetables and strongly flavored cheeses. What I love about frittatas is that they are one of the few egg dishes that are delicious at room temperature and can be stored in the refrigerator (or even frozen) for days. This one is not just for breakfast - Try it for lunch or dinner with a salad or steamed veggies. Eat hot or at room temperature - Leftovers can be heated in toaster oven or microwave. I designed this recipe to be gluten-free, using my homemade fresh gluten-free Italian breadcrumbs - But you can use any type of breadcrumbs you like.

    Recipe #211689

    From San Francisco Chronicle (2/7/07).. The author writes "This is an ideal entree for entertaining. The chicken can be sauteed several hours ahead, leaving only the baking for last minute. The recipe can easily be doubled or tripled; simply saute the chicken in batches." Note that the nutritional info takes into account the marinade, which you are not actually consuming.

    Recipe #210187

    From the SF Chronicle (2/7/07)... They write "This light-as-air pancake makes a lovely breakfast or brunch dish or light dessert."

    Recipe #210172

    Less fat and more flavor! My favorite way to serve this sandwich is with a slice of tomato, a slice of avocado, and some lettuce, on toasted rye bread. The pickles and dill are key to the fabulous taste - The more sour the pickles the better (cornichons are great for this). You can try substituting a smaller amount of dried dill if you don't have access to fresh herbs.

    Recipe #210162

    A delicious, buttery gluten-free pie crust! This recipe is adapted from an interpretation of Rebecca Reilly's "Gluten-Free Baking" as posted on the SillyYaks celiac disease e-mail list. Works well with dessert and savory recipes alike. This recipe makes one crust (double if your recipe requires a top crust).

    Recipe #209718

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