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4542 Gluten Free Recipes

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Just wanted to make sure you all knew about this website.

www.recipezaar.com

It has 4542 gluten free recipes on the site and many many others that could be adapted. It also has a place where you can create your own cookbook.

And Best of all - IT'S ALL FREE!

Just a FYI

Billie

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Thanks a bunch! I will be sure to check it out.

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Thanks a bunch! I will be sure to check it out.

I tried several of the recipes on that site and they are Wonderful. If you like BBQ Ribs try recipe number 8701 (Should be Illegal oven BBQ ribs) they are to die for. I bake mine for 3 to 3 and 1/2 hours in the oven and they just fall off the bone. There also is a really good pizza crust recipe #44487, but you might want to double the recipe because it doesn't make that much crust.

Whoopie pies # 51505 are so good they don't last long in my house, they remind me of Suzy Q's, and if you are looking for a chocolate chip cookie recipe that tastes JUST like tollhouse cookies look at recipe #121714, my family could not tell the difference they are WONDERFUL.

All of these are keepers at our house.

Sue

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Hey imsohungry, I have really enjoyed looking at all of the different recipes, and like being able to save ones to my own cookbook.

You are welcome, bfarnsworth.

Hey suepooh, we tried the Cheezy Baked Chicken Nuggets tonight. They were Ok, but not crazy about them. Just haven't developed a like for the texture of cornmeal yet, If we ever do. I'll have to check out the recipes you listed, thanks for the info.

Billie

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Hey imsohungry, I have really enjoyed looking at all of the different recipes, and like being able to save ones to my own cookbook.

You are welcome, bfarnsworth.

Hey suepooh, we tried the Cheezy Baked Chicken Nuggets tonight. They were Ok, but not crazy about them. Just haven't developed a like for the texture of cornmeal yet, If we ever do. I'll have to check out the recipes you listed, thanks for the info.

Billie

Hi Billie,

I haven't tried the cheezy baked chicken nuggets yet, I'm not sure I 'd care for them in cornmeal. Have you ever tried making chicken nuggets with instant mashed pototoes (Walmart brand is gluten free, it states it on the box) then I use crisy brown rise gluten free cereal in the food processor so it gets real fine, then we add italian seasoning and garlic salt mix all together. Dip it in egg and fry in a pan with a little oil and once they get golden brown on each side I take them out and bake them at 350 for about 40-45 minutes. The cereal is like rice crispies only gluten free its made by Erewhon, I found it when we were on vacation this summer (Myrtle Beach SC). I can't find it here in Ohio, but amazon .com carries it.

Sue

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For cheesy chicken nuggets we use bread crumbs (I just toast and crumble some Kinnikinnick bread and add italian seasoning to it. Then add Kraft orange cheese powder. Its really very good and has the same texture as store bought chicken nuggets. This is also great without the cheese powder.

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Hi! thanks for the other ideas. Have only tried a couple of recipe so far. Actually last night was one of the first times I have felt like cooking. My husband has been doing most of the cooking for the last couple of months. My energy level just doesn't seem to last very long right now. Even this little meal still made me tired. I really haven't gotten out much since this all came on so I haven't gotten any serious shopping done. Soon though I hope. I feel a little stronger each day.

Thanks again, Billie

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