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.
Packaged gnocchi gives you delicious, filling dumplings without extra effort. Reserve the liquid from the canned chickpeas to use as an egg replacer in baked goods. (3 tablespoons whisked chickpea brine, called aquafaba, replaces 1 egg in many recipes.) Store aquafaba in a sealed container in your refrigerator up to 3 days or freeze it up to 3 months.
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.
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.
This satisfying recipe is not your mama’s usual bread stuffing. This cauliflower stuffing checks the boxes for so many dietary and nutritional needs—free of gluten, dairy, eggs, soy and nuts. Plus, it’s low-carb, paleo, keto and vegan. Surprise! Paleo and keto can easily be meat-free too. Roasted cauliflower is the stand-in for bread with herbs and spices delivering holiday flavors.
This stuffing has everything—sweetness from the plantains, spicy-saltiness from chorizo and plenty of vegetables to balance and enhance the flavors.
Apricots and golden raisins pair deliciously in this special comfort food but other dried fruits work just as well. Serve noodle kugel warm from the oven or gently reheat it in a low oven (cover the dish with foil to keep it moist). For best results, do not replace eggs with an egg substitute.
With a few easy substitutions, you can enjoy favorite Thanksgiving casseroles like this dairy-free gluten-free green bean casserole. No one will suspect this delicious green bean casserole recipe is gluten free. This dish travels well; garnish with gluten free fried onions just before serving.
Corn puddings are as regional and varied as the people who enjoy them. The common denominator (corn) can be a problem food for some; if so, grated butternut squash makes a tasty alternative.