Gluten-Free Tacos

Comment: A traditional Taco is a pleasure to have and there’s nothing preventing you from sitting down with your favorite beverage and enjoying a crispy, tasty oven-hot Taco. We find that 3 per person is the rule and this recipe is for one. Double for 2, triple for 3, etc. Cooking time: 20-25 minutes including […]

Gluten-Free Steak or Chicken Enchiladas

Comment: These with steak or with chicken, provide a quick, satisfying meal with minimum work and it’s one more item in your arsenal of lunches that gives you maximum flexibility in providing a variety of recipes. Cooking time: 20-25 minutes Serves: 1 Ingredients: 3 5” round corn tortillas ½ medium green pepper sliced lengthwise ½ […]

Gluten-Free Beef Enchiladas

Comment: This is a variation of our Beef [Soft] Taco recipe except we add salsa and cheese and oven bake the tortillas. It makes for a great, quick meal and is enough of a difference between the two to warrant two separate recipes. Try this, were sure you’ll enjoy it. Cooking time: 20-25 minutes Serves: […]

Gluten-Free White Rice

Comment: We’re not introducing something new here as rice has been around for thousands of years and there are over 6,000 varieties. That’s all well and good but we do use rice in a number of our recipes and for us it’s a staple alongside pasta. We use it in our Italian, Chinese, Cajun and […]

Gluten-Free Chili

Comment: There are hundreds of recipes for Chili and you’ll want to experiment by adding your own spices and meats but this recipe has served us well and as often as we make it, it’s gone moments later. We use it over rice and as a hearty snack on corn Tostitos chips. Cooking time: 1 […]

Gluten-Free Fried Chick Peas

Comment: These are great in a fresh Green lettuce salad, in a Three-Bean salad or added to a tomato base for Italian and Mexican dishes but here we’re frying them in a little olive oil mixed with onions and garlic and served as a Side with hamburgers, hot dogs, grilled steak or fried chicken. They […]

Gluten-Free Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Comment: These are tasty and easy to make and if you add a slice or 2 of tomato, they’re even better. Cooking time: 7-10 minutes Serves: 1 Ingredients: 2 slices frozen HomeMade GF or Commercial GF bread 3 slices white American Cheese 2 slices tomato (optional) 1 tsp butter or margarine Preparation: Defrost your frozen […]

Gluten-Free Hot Dogs & Beans

Comment: Unfortunately we have not been successful baking our own GF hot dog rolls despite having tried numerous GF cookbook recipes so we serve hot dogs wrapped in a slice of Homemade or Commercial GF bread or on a plate usually with Baked Beans. Cooking time: 10 minutes Serves: 1 Ingredients: 2 all-beef hot dogs […]

Gluten-Free French Fries

Comment: Forever we thought French Fries originated in France until we started doing a bit of research and found out they got their start in Belgium in the 1600’s making their way to America when President Thomas Jefferson’s chef, being French, included fries on a menu in 1801. According to a notation in a manuscript […]

Gluten-Free Potato Salad

Comment: The origin of potato salad is questionable but it is generally agreed that it was introduced in America in the late 1800’s and since then there have been hundreds (if not thousands) of recipes produced by professional chefs to kids experimenting with leftover potatoes and a jar of mayo. Our recipe is somewhere in […]