Tag Archives: Gluten-Free Recipe

Amaranth Corn Croquettes

CHICOPEE, Mass. (Mass Appeal TV Nov 21, 2016) – Leslie Cerier, The Organic Gourmet shows us how to make Amaranth Corn Croquettes, a popular appetizer she loves to teach in her cooking classes.  Perfect for a quick lunch, dinner party or holiday feast. 

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Thai Peanut Sauce

Thai Peanut Sauce over Soba Noodles with Edible FlowersGarlic, mint, and, chilies are the essence of Thai cooking, and this versatile sauce is an ideal and easy way to bring their fabulous flavors into your cooking. Recipe from Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook by Leslie Cerier Continue reading

Corn Fritters

Corn Fritters from Leslie Cerier's Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook

A diet without gluten doesn’t mean you have to live without pancakes, pastas and pastries. In Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook (New Harbinger, 2010), the possibilities are endless. Author and esteemed chef Leslie Cerier provides recipes for every meal of the day that are flavorful, delicious — and most importantly — gluten-free. This Corn Fritters Recipe was taken from chapter 7, “Super Sides.” from Cookbook Review on Cappers Farmer August 2013; http://www.cappersfarmer.com/food-and-entertaining/recipes/corn-fritters-recipe-ze0z1308zpit.aspx

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Marinated Dried Tomatoes

Marinated Dried Tomatoes, easy to make, gluten-free, vegan recipe

Marinated Dried Tomatoes

Makes 4 cups

These marinated dried tomatoes are a staple in my kitchen. They’re great in dips and roasted vegetable dishes and, of course, as a topping on an endless array of savory dishes, from simple grains to salads to pizzas. You can also use the flavor-infused oil as a condiment, in salad dressings, or for sautéing vegetables or tempeh. Continue reading

Coconut Curried Red Lentil Soup with Spinach

Coconut Curried Red Lentil Soup with Spinach

The red palm oil and red lentils give this soup a beautiful orange color. Feel free to use any greens you like such as spinach, collards, kale, mustard greens or even nettles. You can also swap ghee or extra virgin coconut oil for the red palm oil. Continue reading