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Gluten-Free American, British/UK Recipes

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    The finished asparagus with orange and walnuts. Photo: CC-roland
    The orange zest in this asparagus dish helps bring a tasty zing and a great aroma to the walnuts. I’ve had a lot of luck with this flavor combination on broccoli and green beans as well.


    The finished olive-stuffed chicken with creamed mushrooms. Photo: CC-naotakem
    I’ve always loved a combination of kalamata and green olives in this dish because their tart saltiness plays nicely against the rich, creamy mushroom sauce. However, almost any variety would work well, just keep an eye out for pits.


    The finished blackened cajun catfish. Photo: CC-The DLC
    Blackening is a really fun way to cook fish. Nothing seems to beat the demanding flavor that comes from a perfectly seared crust. Blackening fish on a cast-iron skillet creates intense heat and smoke so always work in a well-ventilated kitchen.


    The finished zucchini and tomato gratin. Photo: CC-AlishaV
    I’m hard pressed to find any food that isn’t made better by adding melted cheese. Gratins are a great way to serve up a variety of vegetable and traditional gratins, which typically contain breadcrumbs and flour, are easily adaptable to better suit a gluten-free diet. I love dishes that encourage variation.


    The finished citrus scallops over quinoa. Photo: CC-jordanmit09
    This is a wonderfully sweet way to prepare scallops. The integrity of the scallops is well-maintained by giving them a light sear on each side, allowing them to hold their own against the tangy citrus sauce.


    The finished chicken noodle soup. Photo: CC-climbingcrystal
    This recipe is a classic that is perfect for a cold Winter's day. There is nothing like good old fashioned chicken noodle soup to warm up your day!


    The finished veal pasta. Photo: CC/signal11
    Veal Sauce with Rice Pasta is a fast easy meal for those nights when you have no idea what to make and don't have much time.


    The finished roasted pork loin. Photo: CC-Special*Dark
    While a succulent roasted pork loin often conjures memories of a warm and festive holiday meal, the citrus in this dish is refreshing and brings together any meal throughout the year.


    The finished grilled chicken thighs. Photo: CC- stevendepolo
    This is a great, quick spin on everyday chicken thighs and can easily spice up an ordinary middle-of-the-week dinner. The combination of spices is potent and aromatic but the real kick comes from the cider vinegar.


    The finished gluten-free baked apples. Photo: CC/ComeUndone
    Baked apples are one of the easiest, tastiest, gluten-free treats to make during the holidays.


    The finished stuffed cornish game hens. Photo: CC/wader
    Cornish game hens stuffed offer a delicious, gourmet alternative to holiday turkey. They are easy to prepare, and a delight for guests to see on the plate. Garnish with a splash of fresh cranberry sauce, and serve with Brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes, or oven roasted vegetables, and you've got yourself the makings of a holiday feast.


    The finished split pea soup. Photo: CC-thebittenword
    Talk about classic. It doesn't get much more classic than pea soup. I imagine some versions of pea or bean soup must go back hundreds of years, or more. Pea soup is simple, hearty, and delicious. This version of classic split pea soup is a satisfying meal that's gluten-free, low in fat and high in flavor and nutrition.


    The finished drunken holiday apples. Photo: CC-foodiesathome.
    Cooking with booze is one of the great culinary rites of the holiday season. Apples sauteed with butter, sugar, and cinnamon and polished off with a splash of bourbon, rum, or liqueur are one of the easiest, tastiest gluten-free holidays deserts to make.


    The finished ham and lima bean soup. Photo: CC-jasonlam
    Ham and Lima bean soup was of my father's favorite things to eat. I remember more than a few fall days with a big pot cooking on the stove all day long. I didn't care for it much as a kid, but as I got older, this thick, hearty, soup became a favorite for cold fall days.


    The finished gluten-free roasted garlic mashed potatoes. Photo: CC/sweetbeetandgreenbean
    Garlic mashed potatoes are a wonderful variation on the classic turkey side dish. This classic recipe blends potatoes with roasted garlic, butter and milk.


    A good holiday turkey brine can make all the difference! Photo: Jefferson Adams
    Make the best holiday turkey ever with this turkey brine recipe. Any knowledgeable chef will tell you that brining is the key to roasting a moist, flavorful bird. Brining a turkey is easy.


    The finished gluten-free candied sweet potatoes. Photo: CC/ceejayoz
    Candied sweet potatoes make any holiday plate a bit more festive. And, yes, they count as a vegetable.


    The finished gluten-free turkey gravy. Photo: CC/rick
    It's just not a holiday meal without gravy. Gravy is the thing that unites the holiday meal. Gravy pulls the meat and the stuffing and the potatoes together. Gravy makes it all good. This recipe makes a rich, savory gravy that will have all your holiday guests smiling!


    The finished Irish-style lamb stew. Photo: CC-tobyotter
    This gluten-free version of classic rich, hearty, Irish-style lamb stew is a sure-to-please favorite. I like to eat it warmed up after a night in fridge. I like to work my way through a big pot of this stew over several days, feeding whatever guests happen to roll through the door at mealtime.


    The finished gluten-free three bean buffalo chili. Photo--CC-mastermaq
    In fall, I like to make up a big batch of this tasty buffalo chili for my guests. I like to serve it with big pieces of gluten-free corn bread with butter and lots of honey.

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