Hot and Hip Healthy Gluten-Free Cooking: 75 Healthy Recipes to Spice Up Your Kitchen
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Dozens of recipes that prove gluten-free doesn’t mean taste-free.
Just because you’ve gone gluten-free doesn’t mean you have to stop eating the foods you love—not even bread, pasta, and dessert! The Hot and Hip Gluten-Free Cookbook makes it easy to enjoy all the benefits of a gluten-free diet while indulging in home-cooked meals that are as delicious as they are easy to make. The Hot and Hip Gluten-Free Cookbook features a wide variety of wholesome and tempting recipes that will satisfy both your passion for good food and your gluten-free lifestyle:
Mesquite flour savory breakfast muffins
Grilled panini with buffalo mozzarella, roasted red peppers, and sundried tomatoes
Homemade ravioli with yam filling and sage butter
Ahi tuna kebabs over buckwheat noodles with miso sauce
Crusted chicken with fire-roasted tomato sauce
Pear and cranberry crisp
Chocolate biscotti with chipotle spice
And many more!
This book also includes a helpful guide to stocking your kitchen with gluten-free staples and substitutes, and sumptuous full-color photographs that will inspire your inner chef. The Hot and Hip Gluten-Free Cookbook is a no-nonsense guide to cooking great, healthy food for your gluten-free life.
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Harissa, and Feta Cheese Flatbread Bites with Manchego, Asian Pear, Prosciutto, and Balsamic Glaze Pistachio-Encrusted Shrimp with Black Mahogany Rice Quick Stuffed Mushrooms with Quinoa and Brown Rice, Dates, and Goat Cheese Curried Kabocha Smash Toasts Zucchini Roll-Up Appetizers with Smoked Paprika Hummus Makes about 5 roll-ups for each medium zucchini For this recipe you can use an outside grill, an inside electric grill, grill top, or even just cook the zucchini in a skillet. Either
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in blueberries. Add a tad more liquid if it seems too stiff. It can be thick, but not too stiff. Heat up about 2–3 teaspoons of coconut oil in a skillet over medium heat. Spoon in the batter to make a pancake about 4 inches wide or less. Cook about 3–4 minutes per side and flip when the edges become brown. Serve immediately with a little honey or maple syrup. Savory Kañiwa Frittata with Yam and Goat Cheese Makes 4 servings If you have any leftover cooked grains, this is the perfect recipe to
with tinfoil. Bake covered with tinfoil for about 35–40 minutes. Then remove tinfoil and bake further for about 10–15 minutes, or until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean. Once done, allow to set about 10 minutes prior to cutting. Garnish with minced cilantro. Other options: Top with thin slices of fresh tomatoes before baking. Mexican-style Egg Cups with Gluten-free Spinach Petals Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. 8 eggs 2 teaspoons medium chili powder 1 teaspoon onion powder �
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