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  1. Celiac.com 06/08/2019 - Are you looking to turn some gluten-free cooking corner? Are you looking to absolutely crush it for your next special dining occasion? Then I encourage you to consider the tartiflette, an undeniably French contribution to sumptuous eating. In the tartiflette, potatoes, bacon, onions, more potatoes, maybe some garlic, and some delicious soft cheese come together to deliver culinary perfection. The result is a cheesy, baconey, potatoey, oniony gluten-free delight that is sure to have people gasping in delight and asking how you did it. This recipe comes via the excellent Chef John over at FoodWishes. Commentor Vladimir Nachbaur says the secret to the dish is "scrubbing the dish with garlic before laying the potatoes in it. In fact I believe garlic is usually a big part of this dish and I usually add finely diced garlic to the onions, but maybe that's just my take on it!" I'm keen to try it, and definitely ready to add a dash of garlic for luck. For an excellent video presentation, try Chef John's YouTube channel. The ingredients for Chef John's about 8 portions: butter for greasing casserole dish 3 pounds russet potatoes, cooked with skins on, in salted water 12 ounces thick-cut bacon, cut into 1/2-inch pieces 2 large onions, sliced thin salt, freshly ground black pepper, and cayenne to taste 1⁄2 cup drinkable white wine 3/4 cup crème fraiche 1 pound Reblochon cheese, or something similar like Dancing Fern Directions: Cook at 375 Fahrenheit for 45 minutes, or until potatoes are very tender.
  2. There's been some confusion as to whether Lipton's Onion Soup mix contains gluten. Officially, Lipton's lists the ingredients as: Onions (deyhydrated), salt, cornstarch, onion powder, sugar, corn syrup, hydrolyzed soy protein, caramel color, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, monosodium glutamate, yeast extract, natural flavors (wheat), disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate. Also, some folks point out that the kosher version lists yeast extract from barley as an ingredient. Others point out, as does the website for Unilver, which makes Lipton products, that Lipton Onion Soup mix is "made in a facility that also processes milk, eggs, soy, wheat, sesame and sulfites." To be on the safe side, I usually make my own mix and store it for later use. Here's a great recipe for a tasty gluten-free onion soup mix that tastes very much like Lipton's, and works great as a substitute in other recipes. It goes great in meatloaf, stew, and works well to make dip. Ingredients: 1½ cups dried minced onion ¼ cup beef bouillon powder (gluten-free) 2½ tablespoons onion powder ½ teaspoon crushed celery seed ½ teaspoon sugar Directions: Combine all ingredients and store in an airtight container. About 5 tablespoons equals a single 1¼-ounce package of Lipton's mix.
  3. Celiac.com 10/02/2018 - With fall looming just over the horizon, we’re taking moment to share our six most popular gluten-free soup recipes. These delicious gluten-free soups have satisfied thousands of hungry gluten-free eaters, and they make great go-to recipes. They will help to anchor your gluten-free eating through the cold winter months. Make extra and freeze for a quick reliable gluten-free meal at home or on the fly. Just heat it up and dig in! Celiac.com’s Six Most Popular Gluten-Free Soup Recipes are: Gluten-Free Easy Chicken Soup This gluten-free chicken soup will have you coming back for more. Perfect for a cold day, or for a day when you have a cold. Just Like Lipton's Onion Soup Mix (Gluten-free) This gluten-free version of good old Lipton’s Onion soup is one of my favorites. Make it ahead of time, and store for instant soup goodness. Works for all those recipes that call for Lipton’s soup. Great for dips, etc. Blend with yogurt for a great low-cal dip. Gluten-Free Split Pea Soup What’s cold weather without good split-pea soup? This tasty gluten-free version of traditional pea soup will have you wishing for a cloudy day. Gluten-Free Vegetable Beef Soup This hearty vegetable beef soup will help nourish you body and soul. Really Good Gluten-Free Potato Soup This rich, hearty delicious potato soup will warm your tummy and make your mouth smile. Gluten-Free Creamy Tomato Soup When you need a good, creamy gluten-free tomato soup, this recipe is your new best friend.
  4. Celiac.com 03/15/2016 - This recipe stuffs potato and savory Italian sausage into fresh bell peppers, and serves them in a bed of crushed tomatoes. The result is a cascade of flavors that are unleashed with each delightful bite. Ingredients: 1 pound sweet, gluten-free Italian sausage 1 can crushed tomatoes 1 teaspoon dried oregano 4 large red bell peppers 1 small onion 1 small potato 1 cup fresh Italian flat-leaf parsley ¼ teaspoon crushed red pepper (optional) Kosher salt and pepper Directions: In a 5- to 6-qt slow cooker, combine the crushed tomatoes, oregano, and ¼ tsp each salt and pepper. If the peppers do not sit upright, slice a very thin piece off the bottom. Chop the piece finely and place in a large bowl. Add the onion, potato, parsley and any crushed red pepper to the bowl and toss to combine. Add the sausage, and mix it all together. Use a knife at a slight angle to cut the tops off the peppers. Discard any seeds. Spoon the sausage mixture (about 1 cup each) into the peppers. Arrange the peppers upright in the slow cooker and place the tops over the filling. Cook, covered, until the sausage is cooked through and the peppers are tender, 5 to 6 hours on low or 3 to 4 hours on high. Using two large spoons, transfer the peppers to bowls, letting any extra liquid drain into the sauce. Stir the sauce and serve with the peppers. Tip: I like to prepare the pepper the night before, stick them in the fridge and pop them in the slow-cooker on low heat in the morning, so they’re done when I get home.
  5. Celiac.com 08/05/2014 - Summer Grill Favorite the Kebab: Gluten Free Smoked Keilbasa Sausage with Red Onion and Bell Peppers. Celiacs Rejoice! To make Sausage Kebabs you need: 1 Package Gluten Free Smoked Sausage Kielbasa Red Onion Large Bell Pepper Bamboo Skewers Gluten Free Honey Mustard Olive Oil Salt and White Pepper to taste Directions: Soak the bamboo skewers in water for 15 minutes before preparing the kebabs. Meanwhile, preheat broiler. Wash the bell pepper and chop into squares about 1”-2” in size. Chop the red onion in to similar size squares. Slice the Gluten Free Kielbasa. Thread the Kielbasa, onion and bell pepper onto the bamboo skewers. Drizzle assembled kebabs with olive oil, season with salt and white pepper to taste. Place the kebabs on broiler pan and broil for about 10 minutes. Remove kebabs from the broiler. Arrange on a serving plate with a small bowl of Gluten Free Honey Mustard to dip the kebabs into. Serve immediately and enjoy!
  6. Crackers are usually thought of as crispy, baked things made out of flour (usually nutritionally-devoid refined white flour). Foods Alive's Organic Onion Garlic Flax Crackers are a whole different kind of snack, but they are way more nutritious, and also quite yummy! If asked to describe these crackers, I would say they’re like flat, crispy cakes of unprocessed flax seeds that have been compressed together. These are not the high glycemic rice, corn or potato flour/starch junk food crackers you’re used to – they’re 90% raw, USDA organic, and made almost entirely from a highly nutritious, unprocessed superfood that has shown some evidence of reducing heart disease, cancer, etc. etc.: flaxseed! All that might sound too nutritious to taste good, but these crackers are actually quite palatable. This onion and garlic variety is absolutely bursting with flavor. There's no weird consistency or anything like that going on either, as one might expect from eating, well, raw seeds (no, you don't have to be a bird to enjoy these)! Some gluten-free crackers that too closely try to emulate saltines or other 'conventional' crackers end up with a weird grainy texture that some find off-putting. There's nothing like that going on here: just seeds, and tasty stuff holding them together. For more information visit their website. Note: Articles that appear in the "Gluten-Free Food Reviews" section of this site are paid advertisements. For more information about this see our Advertising Page.
  7. At this point, there are lots of gluten-free crackers on the market. While many of them taste great, a lot of them contain soy, corn starch and/or rice flour, which can be problematic for some people. Additionally, not all of them are Kosher. Absolutely Gluten-Free Toasted Onion Crackers not only taste great, but they're Kosher, gluten-, corn-, rice- and soy-free as well. Having these crackers around the office has been great. They remind me of water crackers: they have that light, airy, crispy texture that makes them just perfect for overeating. These crackers are more flavorful though, which I would partially attribute to them being made primarily from tapioca and potatoes. They also have a subtle stone-baked flavor that complements the toasted onion well. I have enjoyed these both out of the bag (eaten by the handful), and with soft cheese. They're a yummy, adaptable snack and I highly recommend them. Order them online at GlutenFreeMatzo.com. Note: Articles that appear in the "Gluten-Free Food Reviews" section of this site are paid advertisements. For more information about this see our Advertising Page.
  8. I tried Mr. Krispers Sour Cream & Onion Baked Rice Krisps, which are small and thin gluten-free crackers, and I must say that they are truly outstanding…I ate the whole 4.2 oz. bag and found myself licking my fingers after they were all gone. It is really impossible to eat just one of these tasty little baked, gluten-free rice thins—actually if you can stop at half a bag your will power would be exponentially greater than mine was! This product reminds me of sour cream & onion potato chips, but the nice thing about Mr. Krispers is that they are baked instead of fried, and the ingredients include brown rice flour, so you get 1 gram of fiber per serving (4% of the “Daily Value”), or if you are like me you would get 20% of your daily fiber by eating the whole bag. My children also loved Mr. Krispers Sour Cream & Onion Baked Gluten-Free Rice Krisps, and they would make an outstanding addition to their lunch boxes. They would also be a hit at any party of other social gathering—just be sure to have dozens of bags on hand because your guests won’t be able to stop eating them! For more info: www.mrkrispers.com Note: Articles that appearin the "Gluten-Free Product Reviews" section ofthis site are paid advertisements. For more information about this seeour Advertising Page.
  9. This recipe comes to us from Lisa Wicklund. 1 large onion peeled and sliced 2 cups of Sylvan Border General Purpose Flour or other gluten-free flour recipe Milk (or substitute) added to make a thin batter. Pour slowly until you reach a consistency that is not too thin nor too thick Salt and Pepper to taste 1 egg 1 teaspoon of gluten-free Baking Powder Get gluten-free oil hot in skillet pan and add onion/coated mixture to pan. Fry until golden brown. There is little difference between the regular ones and gluten-free. You can add your own seasonings and make some real gourmet onion rings. This is what can be fun about this diet.
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