Quinoa and kale have a natural affinity for each other. The nuttiness of quinoa offsets the slight bitterness in kale and together they create a powerhouse of nutrition. That’s why these The post Gluten Free Quinoa and Kale Cakes with Red Pepper Aioli Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
An opinion article by Dr. Di Sabatino and Dr. Corazza in the February 2012 issue of Annals of Internal Medicine (1) has unleashed a storm of opinion articles in the popular media that decry the gluten-free diet. The article by these two physicians is mostly reasonable and thoughtful but there are a couple of problems […]
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Scaloppini is a delicious Italian dish consisting of thin slices of meat that are coated in flour and served in a reduction sauce. There are a variety of types, including tomato/wine, caper/lemon, mushroom/wine, and The post Gluten Free Chicken Scaloppini Pasta Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
Still have leftover turkey in the fridge? This Gluten Free Turkey Mole Enchiladas recipe is a fantastic way to turn it into a satisfying dinner, rather than eating microwaved turkey for the second night The post Gluten Free Turkey Mole Enchiladas Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
My father Joe started his bakery in 1979 where my husband Dan and I baked until 2002 when I was diagnosed celiac. Dan, a master baker, began baking gluten-free for me and selling his products at the family. Product Features My father Joe started his bakery in 1979 where my husband Dan and I baked […]
If you’re looking for a quick, nutritious and lean gluten-free dish, then try this recipe for surefire stir-fry. It’s easy, delicious and highly versatile. You can make with chicken, pork or beef, as desired. I bet you can use tofu if you like. You can use nuts of choice, or none at all. You can […]
Cereal maker General Mills has announced that it will no longer label their flagship cereal Cheerios as gluten-free in Canada. Has Canada Changed its Gluten-free Standards? No, the standard for labeling gluten-free foods in Canada remains same, at up to 20 ppm allowable gluten. Such foods are safe for the vast majority of people with […]
Healthy Fried Rice tastes just as good as your favorite take-out version but so much healthier! Using cooked brown rice, eggs, green onions, cabbage, carrots, and a simple soy sauce mixture you make delicious healthy fried rice at home in less than 10 minutes. This isn’t my first rodeo with fried rice. We have a […]
Researchers think they may have discovered an important connection between diet and dementia. For the first time, they have tied a specific dietary pattern to blood markers for inflammation. In addition, they showed that elderly adults who followed a certain dietary pattern had reduced brain gray matter volume, and worse visuospatial cognitive function.
In a recent issue of Journal of Gluten Sensitivity, we announced a research study/survey for adults who are 18 or older and living the “gluten-free” lifestyle in a household with other adults over 18. Click here to read the Survey Overview Article. The survey is a research study conducted by Jean Duane, PhD Student at […]
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I really began learning to cook in California in the 80’s. Goat cheese and sundried tomatoes were all the rage and oh-so gourmet back then. That’s probably why I love this recipe for gluten free chicken roll ups so much. They seem The post Gluten Free Chicken Roll Ups Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten […]
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Chicken Burrito Bowls have everything a delicious burrito bowl should – tender spiced chicken, black beans, rice, and lots of veggies – but are made in one pot in under 30 minutes making for an easy weeknight dinner or perfect weekend meal prep. One of my favorite things to make on the weekends for meal […]
Easy Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs make the best weeknight dinner with virtually no cleanup since everything is cooked on one sheet pan. Plus the homemade honey mustard sauce made with honey olive oil, garlic, whole grain mustard, and thyme couldn’t be more delicious. In my opinion, it’s hard to beat anything that is covered in […]