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Salmon and Rice Paper Wraps: Gluten and Dairy Free

1 cup cooked rice

1 7 oz. can salmon broken up but not flaked

1 tsp. seasoned rice vinegar

salt and pepper to taste

Mix together and add any other vegetables you can tolerate - green onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, baby spinach chopped, peas, shredded carrot

Soften rice paper wrappers one at a time for a few seconds on a plate with warm water and place on a dry kitchen towel. Add 2 tbsp of filling to the bottom portion of the softened wrapper and roll once. Tuck in each side and continue rolling like an egg roll.

Ginger Sesame Dipping sauce:

1/4 cup gluten-free soy sauce

1/4 cup water

2-3 tbsp. brown sugar

1 tsp. rice vinegar

1/2 tsp. grated ginger or 1/2 tsp. powdered ginger

1/2 - 1 tsp. sesame oil

Place sauce ingredients in small saucepan and bring to a boil. Simmer for 5 minutes until slightly thickened. Can be served warm or cooled.

You can eat the wraps immediately or prepare them in advance and cover tightly with plastic wrap to prevent them from drying out.

You can crisp up the skins by frying them about 3 minutes on each side in a frying pan sprayed with non-stick spray.

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Breakfast fried rice:

Scramble one egg in pan with some oil

Add cooked rice, canned black beans (with a bit of the bean juice), salt, and pepper to the pan. Heat and enjoy!

I also knew someone that did this with rice, egg, bananas, and maple syrup. It didn't work out for me too well though.

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I make brown rice, add 1/2 avocado (chopped), 1/2 sheet of seaweed (torn into small pieces), and gluten-free soy sauce - it's an avocado roll in a bowl! Yummy!

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I tried rice pudding with almond milk... THAT didn't work... maybe its the cook..

15. Curried Rice(with lamb)

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I've made brown rice pudding with half soy milk, half coconut milk (from a can, not the weird stuff in a carton).

I grew up on Rice Burgers! Haven't made them recently, but they're good and I can dig up a recipe if anyone wants one.

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Rice milk? I haven't tried it yet, but have been making cashew and almond milk.

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our favorite rice dish that is quick easy simple:

cook 1 lb ground beef or turkey

add 1 cup rice

and 1 can of peas

i season with season salt, garlic salt and pepper

cook bout 10-15 min on med.

shred some cheeze and put on top till melted

best stuff ever i call it my gluten free hamburger helper!

ive used chicken in this recipe too which comes okay my boyfriend loved it but i didnt think the flavor went too well together but im sure with a little alternations it can become delicious

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I've made brown rice pudding with half soy milk, half coconut milk (from a can, not the weird stuff in a carton).

I grew up on Rice Burgers! Haven't made them recently, but they're good and I can dig up a recipe if anyone wants one.

Yes please! (= I don't like "normal" burgers anyway.

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I make a lot of stir fries... and use brown rice, but I found that if you mix half brown rice and half quinoa it gives it a better flavor and is lighter and fluffier than straight brown rice.

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Yes please! (= I don't like "normal" burgers anyway.

Basic Brown Rice Burgers

2 cups brown rice (cooked)

1/4 c peanut butter

1 egg

1 T mustard and/or soy sauce

1 T ketchup (could use tomato paste, probably)

1/2 c sunflower seeds

2-4 T flour or starch

Mix together (except the flour). Gradually add 1 spoonful of flour at a time until the texture is sufficiently firm to form patties. The amount will vary depending on your rice's moisture content etc. Shape into patties and bake at 350 F (or cook on a non-stick griddle until lightly browned) for 15 to 20 minutes per side.

I've sub'ed in finely chopped cooked vegetables for a portion of the rice upon occasion; it tends to make them a little more inclined to crumble but they're still good. A pinch of chili powder can also be nice, or a mix of dried herbs.

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Basic Brown Rice Burgers

2 cups brown rice (cooked)

1/4 c peanut butter

1 egg

1 T mustard and/or soy sauce

1 T ketchup (could use tomato paste, probably)

1/2 c sunflower seeds

2-4 T flour or starch

Mix together (except the flour). Gradually add 1 spoonful of flour at a time until the texture is sufficiently firm to form patties. The amount will vary depending on your rice's moisture content etc. Shape into patties and bake at 350 F (or cook on a non-stick griddle until lightly browned) for 15 to 20 minutes per side.

I've sub'ed in finely chopped cooked vegetables for a portion of the rice upon occasion; it tends to make them a little more inclined to crumble but they're still good. A pinch of chili powder can also be nice, or a mix of dried herbs.

These sound good! I have made black bean burgers almost the same way, I never would have thought to make rice burgers.

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Thanks everyone for the recipes and meal ideas. I especially love how most of these are "normal" meals that don't require anything special to make them gluten free. That's pretty much my cooking style. Pasta and bread used to be my cheap meal staples. Instead of replacign those with all gluten free stuff which is expensive I just changed to meals with rice and potatoes instead. I think I will make a thread like this for potatoes too.

Keep adding ideas :)

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Coconut milk rice pudding. The only rice pudding my kids will eat!

15 oz can coconut milk

1 cup of water

1/3 cup uncooked rice (short grain works best)

1/4 cup of sugar (or more or less to taste)

1 tsp vanilla

1/8 tsp nutmeg

Combine coconut milk, water and rice in saucepan

Bring to a boi

Stir

Cover and simmer on low heat for 45-55 minutes or until most of the liquid is absorbed. Stir occasionally.

Remove from heat and stir in sugar, vanilla and nutmeg.

I can't eat raw coconut but coconut milk seems to be fine, must be really, really processed. :D

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I cleaned out my cupboard the other day and used up some stuff that was about to expire. Had a can of Mexi corn, kidney beans, roasted tomatoes and chicken broth. I added rice that had been cooked briefly in some olive oil, some onion, cooked ground beef and some extra red peppers. Seasoned with a bit of salt and plenty of chili powder. Yum!

My dad used to make rice pudding. I don't like it but some people do.

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Beefy Rice

Saute onions in oil until soft

Add 1 part rice and 2 parts beef broth. (I use Emeril's. It is gluten-free and really good)

stick in a bay leaf.

Simmer until rice is done.

Amounts depend on how much you want.

This is good with beef dishes (think steak or hamburger steak)

I recently contacted B&G Foods (the manufacturer for Emeril's Stocks) and thought I'd give an update on threads mentioning them so we can have more recent information available:

 

 
On Tuesday, November 18, 2014 2:27 AM, "CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com" <CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com> wrote:

Dear Consumer,

 

The Emeril's Organic Chicken stock does not contain gluten. 

 

However, Emeril's Organic Stocks are produced in facilities that contain wheat and gluten ingredients. While every precaution is taken to avoid cross contamination, we cannot guarantee that they do not contain trace amounts of these ingredients from other products that are manufactured within the same manufacturing facility.

 

Corporate Consumer Affairs 

B&G Foods, Inc.

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