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Gluten free recipes from Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
Necessity really is the mother of invention. Geoff and I were invited to dinner the other day. The host was preparing enchiladas (OMG they were soooo good!). Thinking I could whip up a batch of our potato flour tortillas, I offered to bring some. Seemed like a great idea at the time, but when I went to make them – and of course I left it to the last minute – I didn’t have all the ingredients, so I improvised. Am I ever glad I did! These gluten free tortillas made with black beans may not be the prettiest, but they taste great, roll out well, stay soft, and don’t turn to mush in baked dishes. Out host sent us home with some left overs and these were still fantastic three days later! We haven’t tried them as a wrap yet, but I’m sure they would be perfect.
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More spicy than hot, this gluten free jerk marinade brings together the flavours of allspice, cinnamon, and nutmeg with citrus and a hint of pepper. It’s also easy to throw together. Mix it up and toss it in a sealed container with some chicken or pork in the morning and that night you’ll have a sweet & savory dinner ready in under 30 minutes. It also makes a great hostess gift for those summer bbq’s. Mix it up in a mason jar, tie it with a pretty bow and top it off with cooking instructions. You’ll most certainly be invited back!
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This meal is on the table in under thirty minutes, but it sure doesn’t look that way! And all that’s required are some chicken breasts, an orange, a few odds ‘n ends, and some spices. The recipe is versatile too – feel like an Asian influence – add more gf soy sauce, ginger, and peppers. Looking for something fresh and fruity, cut back on the spices and let the orange shine through. Truly easy peasy! (Scroll down for the recipe.)
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I should probably admit that I am not a huge fan of football. I never really learned the rules of the game so by the middle of the Super Bowl’s first down, I’m usually staring blankly at the television screen wondering why my lawn never looks that good – or my butt for that matter!
What I am a huge fan of, however, is football parties and especially the party food! Chips and dip… pulled pork … bowls of chili with cheese and sour cream and little shavings of green onions sprinkled on top. You name it, I probably love it. (Explains the butt thing, doesn’t it…)
If you’re hosting a football party (or just want something to nibble on while you watch the game), here’s a round-up of Geoff and my favorite gluten free Super Bowl recipes. These are sure to please gluten eaters and non-gluten eaters alike.
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If you’re like us, right now you want something as far away from ham or turkey as absolutely possible. And if you were the one cooking all those hams and turkeys, right about now you are likely looking for something simple, something you can throw together in under half an hour. Enter: salmon cakes. They taste fantastic, are easy to make, and use ingredients that are easily at hand. If you like salmon, you’ll love these! (Scroll down or click on ‘continue reading’ for the recipe)
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Well, the holidays are over and if you’re like me, you’re now thinking of ways to shed those extra holiday pounds! Salads are a great way to do just that, but when you live as far north as we do, it’s very likely -20 degrees Celsius and snowing outside, and a cold salad is just not all that appealing. In January, when I’m staring down three or four more months of winter, I want something comforting – something that will warm me up from the inside – and something that will help me recover from my holiday food hangover! This vegetable soup certainly fits the bill. Great with or without beef, it’s hearty, delicious, low calorie, and comforting.
This soup freezes well so make extra and store it for quick lunches or dinners on those busy winter days. If you are like Geoff and prefer something more substantial, this recipe can easily be converted into a quick vegetable or hamburger stew that can be served on a bed of rice. Scroll down or click on “continue reading” for both soup and stew recipes.
This soup pairs well with our
gluten free dinner rolls
mashed potato biscuits
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Okay. Yesterday’s post was all about gluten free treats and desserts so today’s is a round-up of gfandme’s best recipes for gluten free holiday fare – from brunch, party treats and appetizers, to full holiday meals . Whether you’re planning an intimate get together, a formal turkey or ham dinner or something else entirely – you’re sure to find one or two recipes to add to your gluten free table. Bon appetit and Happy Holidays!
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These quick and easy gluten free biscuits are light and buttery and perfect for using up any leftover mashed potatoes. (If you follow this blog, you are likely realizing by now that we seem to have a lot of leftover mashed potatoes! See here … and here…, oh yeah, and here. ) Great by themselves, or top these gems with butter, cheese, or jam. OR for a full meal deal, slice one in half and top with a slice of Canadian bacon, a fried or poached egg, and a slice of cheese! Mmmmmmm….bacon. Please scroll down for the recipe.
Oh yeah, these can also be made without power tools 😉
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