Pamela's Gluten Free Recipes

Daily forays into the kitchen for 1 celiac, 1 vegetarian, and 2 carnivores

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Oatmeal Currant Cookies

Posted in Gluten Free by Pamela

Yesterday, I was foraging around in the pantry for something to munch on.  Sadly, I did not find anything snack-ish worthy.  Found a few interesting albeit expired products though.  And multiples of things I thought I would use, but as of yet, have not.   Why did we have so many cans of chipotle in adobo? … Continue reading

Minestrone Soup

Posted in Gluten Free, Sides, Soup, Vegan, Vegetarian by Pamela

This is a great soup to have in your back pocket, it’s a chameleon of a soup, honey.  Easily adaptable to whichever vegetables you have on hand.  As a template I always include onion, celery, carrot, tomato, zucchini, green beans, frozen peas.  Also beans, either canned like cannellini, or a similar dry bean that are… Continue reading

Zucchini Corn Muffins

Posted in Brunch, Gluten Free, Sides, Vegetarian by Pamela

We picked up a few zucchini’s from the farmstand over the weekend, originally thinking of making a gratin-ish type zucchini dish, bubbly cheese, garlic etc. Instead, I whipped up a batch of yummy Zucchini Corn Muffins. That’s how versatile this vegetable is.  How many other vegetables can you think of that make a fabulous cheesy… Continue reading

Soda Bread Scones

Posted in Brunch, Dessert, Gluten Free by Pamela

Do you have certain recipes that you only make for holidays and special occasions?  When was the last time you roasted a turkey? or made corned beef and cabbage on a Wednesday?  Gingerbread? It will come as no surprise then, when you learn I only make Irish Soda Bread around St. Patricks Day.  I did… Continue reading

Spaghetti Squash with Turkey Meatballs

Posted in Gluten Free, keto, Poultry, Sides by Pamela

Honey, I have been doing spaghetti squash all wrong!  Last night, after retrieving the cooked squash from the oven, I patiently waited for it to cool before attempting to disassemble.  Scooping out hot strands is tricky, the little devil is hard to handle and not fun, for me anyway.  They were smallish so I thought… Continue reading

Oven Paella

Posted in Dinner Party, Gluten Free, Poultry, Seafood by Pamela

This version of Paella cooks in the oven with very little attention. Unlike traditional Paella cooked on the stovetop which needs much more diligence to pull off successfully.   With a little bit of prep work, you will be free to enjoy conversation and cocktails with family or close friends without worry. Dinner will be quietly… Continue reading

Lemon Pasta with Shrimp and Garlicky Breadcrumbs

Posted in Dinner Party, Gluten Free, Pasta, Seafood, Vegan, Vegetarian by Pamela

Years ago, when my husband and I took our very first trip to Italy we learned a tip about shellfish and cheese.  We were staying in a little pensione on the Adriatic with a restaurant on the main floor that faced the ocean, so gorgeous it could have been a movie set. One night, we… Continue reading

Carrot Currant Cake

Posted in Brunch, Dessert, Dinner Party, Gluten Free, Vegetarian by Pamela

It probably come as no surprise to everyone that we are having a much smaller gathering for Thanksgiving this year – just like most of the country.  We still want to make a fuss, cook way too much, and spend quality time with certain family members.  You too I bet. These circumstances happen to work… Continue reading

Plum Torte

Posted in Brunch, Dessert, Dinner Party, Gluten Free, Vegetarian by Pamela

Have you heard about this famous Plum Torte originally published by Mariam Burros in 1983 for the New York Times? It was so popular that it was published every year from 1983 to 1989, by then the editors felt it had been featured enough.  Apparently not, according to all the backlash they received, after making… Continue reading

Cornbread with Jalapenòs and Chives

Posted in Brunch, Dinner Party, Gluten Free, Sides, Vegetarian by Pamela

As the summer winds down, I usually do a mental inventory of all the seasonal foods we have cooked and enjoyed to make sure we haven’t missed out. With all the usual suspects all accounted for: tomatoes, corn, zucchini, leafy greens, and more tomatoes, I cast a larger net and discovered I had not made… Continue reading