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Slow Cooker Chickpea Tagine

Gluten Free Chickpea Tagine

This Moroccan-style stew gets its complex flavor from a combination of sweet paprika and garam masala (a blend of warm spices), along with onions, garlic and orange zest, all of which perfume the sauce.
gluten free Beef Stroganoff

Gluten Free Beef Stroganoff

This gluten free beef stroganoff recipe delivers tender beef in a meaty mushroom sauce. Serve over gluten-free egg noodles.
GF Thai green curry recipe

GF Thai Green Curry with Shrimp & Sweet Potatoes

Green curry paste contains all the ingredients of classic Thai curries and adds big flavor to this dish in record time. A little lime juice and fish sauce round out the flavors. The sweet potatoes become very tender in this dish; be sure to stir the curry gently to prevent the potatoes from breaking up too much.
Glazed Roast Turkey

Roast Butterflied Turkey with Cranberry-Molasses Glaze

Glazing a roast turkey takes your holiday bird to the next level. When the remaining glaze is reduced and finished with butter, it becomes a silky sauce that’s served alongside.
Salted gluten free Turkey

Perfect Roast Turkey & Gravy

This recipe produces a fuss-free classic roast turkey and quick, richly flavored gravy. It requires refrigerating the salted turkey at least 24 hours or up to 2 days before cooking (a longer chilling time is preferable). Avoid turkeys that list anything other than “turkey” on their ingredient label. But if you’re using a self-basting turkey (such as a frozen Butterball) or a kosher turkey, omit salt from rub in step 1—and check labels carefully for gluten and other allergens.
Herbed Roast Gluten-Free Turkey

Herbed Roast Gluten-Free Turkey

A bounty of fresh herbs provides a flavorful roasted bird. This roast gluten-free turkey recipe requires refrigerating the brined turkey at least 6 hours or up to 12 hours before cooking (a longer brining time is preferable).
gluten free pumpkin bread recipe

Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread

The test cooks wanted a pumpkin bread that not only was gluten-free but also had just the right texture—not too dense, not too cakey. After adding the flour blend and leaveners to the pumpkin puree mixture, they continued stirring for a full minute to ensure the flour was thoroughly incorporated. Stirring this long also guaranteed the batter was properly aerated, giving the bread a good rise. This wetter batter did not need to rest to hydrate the flour; the extra moisture plus the longer baking time prevented any grittiness. If you use a 9x5-inch loaf pan, start checking for doneness 5 minutes earlier than advised in the gluten-free recipe. Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread is best eaten on the day it’s baked but this bread can be cooled, immediately wrapped in plastic wrap, and stored at room temperature for up to 2 days. To serve, warm it in a 300°F oven for 10 to 15 minutes.

Gluten-Free Cheeseburgers & Grilled Coleslaw

Welcome to a fast, stress-free dinner. Created by the editors at America’s Test Kitchen, this recipe gets a delicious meal on the table within an hour. These perfectly juicy cheeseburgers are the ideal version of a grilled summer classic. Grilled Coleslaw adds a new twist to a favorite picnic staple.

Gluten-Free Power Breakfasts

These turbocharged morning meals, created by America’s Test Kitchen, utilize nutrient-dense ingredients that are widely available and easily incorporated into everyday cooking. What a way to rise and shine!
broccoli fritatta

Gluten-Free Broccoli Frittata with Turmeric

This brocolli frittata can be served warm or at room temperature. When paired with a salad, it can serve as a meal. For dairy-free Parmesan, try Follow Your Heart’s Parmesan-style shredded cheese alternative.

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FNCE presentation with Tricia Thompson from Gluten Free Watchdog

Regulatory Runaround: Does the Gluten Free Label Really Protect the Public?

Author Jules Shepard recently attended the FNCE – Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo 2018 in Washington DC and attended an important session about...

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