This dish is served at Café Milagro with coconut rice and beans and grilled spiced sweet plantains and corn cakes. You can serve it family-style with Jerk Sauce, warm corn cakes and a side of rice and beans.
This dish can be served alone or spooned onto four plates and topped with Red Snapper and Cilantro Pesto. If dairy is an issue, use substitutes or omit the cheese and cream altogether.
Fresh-caught fish paired with bright lime-infused cilantro pesto brings out the best of the Pacific coast. At Mirador in the Arenas del Mar Resort, red snapper is plated on a bed of quinoa pilaf with cilantro pesto drizzled artistically on top and around the fish for an elegant casado-style meal. This dish can also be served fuss-free and family-style; let each person arrange their own plate. If you can’t have fish, replace the red snapper with pan-seared or grilled boneless chicken breast.
I’m dairy-free and gluten-free. This time of year, I miss the hearty cream soups I used to make and eat. Is there any way to make a creamy soup without adding dairy cream?
Food editor Beth Hillson uses Jules Shepard’s Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Chocolate Raspberry Pie filling to make these luscious tarts, ideal for Valentine’s Day. Prepare the crust for the tarts first, as the filling hardens quickly.
In this gluten-free banana bread, three favorite flavors—raspberries, chocolate and banana—blend together to make a slightly sweet loaf that’s as pretty as it is delicious. Leftovers can be sliced and frozen; thaw and reheat in a 350°F oven for 10 minutes.
This flavorful gluten-free stew is great for a weeknight meal or a company dinner. It can be made in a Dutch oven or slow cooker. The flavors improve when it’s made a day ahead.
A glazed ham almost always makes an appearance on Christmas tables – whether on Christmas Day, Christmas Eve or for parties leading up to...
These colorful gluten free oatmeal cranberry cookies are as delicious as they are pretty. Dip cooled cookies into melted white or dark chocolate for a decadent treat. Baked cookies can be frozen up to 3 months.
These uncomplicated cookies have comfort written all over them. To dress them up for Christmas, frost a third of each cookie with Confectioners’ Frosting (page 43) and sprinkle with crushed candy canes or sanding sugar. Alternatively, dust colored sprinkles over warm cookies.