There is nothing like a big old plate of Sugar-Free Gluten-Free Sriracha Chicken Wings to put a smile on my face. In fact, wings are my go-to Saturday night dinner. If I’m feeling especially generous, I might make them for the whole family. But if I’m being honest, most times I wait until the boy goes to bed and it becomes a feast for the hubby and me. Throw in some celery sticks and a tall, cold glass of iced tea and I am a happy camper!
When I began removing all the processed foods from our pantry, I was very hesitant to let go of my Huy Fong Sriracha sauce. But as I read the ingredient label, I knew it had to go. Remember that most sriracha is fermented. Because I don’t have the patience to wait, I created a version that does not require the fermentation process. This sriracha sauce will last about 2 weeks in the pantry or much longer in the fridge. You can always make a big old mess of wings and use it up immediately.
This Gluten-Free Lemon Herb Spice Blend imparts a light, fresh flavor that everyone will enjoy. It is one of my favorites on fish, poultry, vegetables, and salads.
South of the Border Deviled Eggs are the perfect Gluten-Free appetizer for any party or Mexican fiesta meal. They are packed full of nutritional goodness and are delicious and satisfying. They are very simple to prepare and take very little time. They can be prepared ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator.
This Mixed Greens with Raspberry Vinaigrette Dressing is extra tasty! I love salad as a side dish. It’s refreshing, healthy, and I can even go back for second or third helpings. You get the buttery taste of the Boston lettuce and the peppery taste of the arugula and the endive and radicchio give it extra crunch. But the best part of all is the gluten-free Raspberry Vinaigrette. It is both sweet and tangy and makes every meal just a little more special.
My Garden Fresh Salad of Greens is one I save for fancier meals. It makes the perfect Gluten-Free salad for a formal meal or for a date night with your honey. Not only does it look elegant on the plate, but it is packed full of nutrients. I would suggest preparing this salad on individual plates rather than family style. Pour your favorite dressing into a pretty salad oil bottle or small pitcher and let everyone pour their own dressing.
This gluten-free Rhubarb Syrup for Pancakes is as delicious as it is pretty. Make sure you choose rhubarb that is red rather than green. There really isn’t much of a taste difference, but red rhubarb makes a much prettier sauce. You will also want to discard the leaves as they can be poisonous. Now for my secret. If you make a thinner consistency syrup, you can also use it salad dressings, cocktails, and more. A thicker syrup also makes a great topping for ice cream.
These Gluten-Free Swedish Burgers are probably the best burgers you will every wrap your taste buds around! They are flavorful and moist. In the cold winter months I cook them in a skillet on the stovetop. But in the glorious barbecue months of spring and summer, the grill is my preferred cooking method. Whether you make these for your family or for a summer cookout for a gang of friends, these burgers will are certain to make you do a happy food dance.
What is Thanksgiving without cranberry sauce? This gluten-free version is delicious! The walnuts add texture and crunch. This Sweet and Tangy Cranberry Sauce will have your guests begging for the recipe!
I love a recipe that can be served as either side dish or as a Gluten-Free pasta. This Gluten-Free Buttery Spaghetti Squash is a delicious addition to your table. If you are unfamiliar with spaghetti squash, go to the produce section of your grocery and look for large yellow footballs.