These crisp, spicy cauliflower fritters make a perfect party appetizer or vegetarian entrée. For a delicious accompaniment, serve them with Lemon Yogurt Sauce for dipping.
This simple barbeque cauliflower recipe packs a lot of flavor. Toss the cauliflower steaks in barbecue sauce (use our recipe or your favorite gluten-free brand), pan roast or grill them and top them with Spicy Asian Slaw.
This recipe combines fresh spring leeks, bulbs of green garlic and spring herbs with cauliflower to create a delicious, satisfying soup. Make it with a homemade cashew cream or use a cream of your choice.
For a fresh-tasting cauliflower pizza, top it with arugula, prosciutto, red onions and shaved Parmesan.
St. Germain is an elderflower liqueur that adds elegance and warm floral notes to this Prosecco cocktail. Finish it off with splash of fresh lemon juice and garnish with a lemon twist.
Crisp gluten-free popovers filled with mushroom and herb paté make a delicious appetizer. They can also be stuffed with your favorite filling, such as chili, bean dip or salsa. Be sure your mini muffin pan is piping hot before adding the batter; a hot pan helps create airy popovers. For best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.
Crispy potatoes make a tasty vessel for this savory pepper medley. Prepare and bake these gluten-free potato cups a day ahead and refrigerate them. Reheat on a lined baking sheet for 10 minutes to recrisp. Fill them just before your guests arrive.
Prepare the freshly squeezed lime juice ahead for this refreshing champagne martini or have a bowl of lime wedges at hand. Cut thin slices of limes for a floating garnish.
These gluten-free cheese puffs can be prepared 1 to 2 days ahead and refrigerated; reheat before serving. The recipe is easily doubled or tripled for a crowd.
I grew up in an Italian household where Christmas was a generous affair. The presents were piled knee-high underneath a massive ornament-laden tree that filled our entire front room. But the real center of our Christmas was the kitchen where my mother bent over bubbling pots, my aunts rolled pasta dough, my father filled glasses with homemade wine and my cousins and I decorated cookies. Here’s a festive gluten-free, dairy-free spread (antipasto, bread sticks, pasta dish, main course and desserts) that celebrates the very best of Italian tradition—without gluten and dairy. Add a fresh green salad and a side of mashed potatoes or polenta.