This is one easy and tasty recipe! We make this sometimes when we just need an easy recipe that covers protein, carbs and veggies, and doesn't take all that much clean up, because it is all done in one pan!
5 of your favorite gluten sausage, cut into pieces (We used home made sausage from my parents neighbours)
2 medium zucchini chopped
4 medium to large potato chopped
1 pint of cherry or grape tomato
1 onion chopped
1 Red pepper chopped
About 1 cup of white wine
Salt & Pepper to taste
With this recipe feel free to get creative with the veggies you put in!
Turn on oven to 375 degrees
Put it all in one pan!
Pour white wine over sausgage
Season with salt and pepper to taste
Cook until potatoes are soft 30-30 minutes
Tip: Keep an eye on the sausage that they don't dry out. The sausage we used were not so greasy, so we had to pull them out part way through so they don't over cook and dry out. You could also add the sausage part way through if you think your sausages don't need as much cooking time as the potato.
So I'm pretty sure when someone learns they have to eat a gluten free diet, there is instant disappointment and fear that they will never eat another Green Onion Cake again. Unless they make it themselves from scratch.
Well... at least for now, that is no longer the case. The Kinnikinnick Fresh Store has started selling gluten free green onion cakes! They sell them frozen so they last and can easily keep them in stock! Not only that, after Kinnikinnick posted their gluten free green onion cake, Ted from GF Diner reminded us that they also sell green onion cakes! Two kinds! One like Kinnikinnick, frozen for quick heat, and one dough so you can make yourself.
Time for a gluten free green onion tasting!
Here is the Kinnikinnick gluten free green onion cake:
Here is the GF Diner gluten free green onion cake:
I can tell you that this is one delicious recipe that we adapted from Amanda's Cooking Blog. It's not a cake, and its not a tart, simply, it is a delicious dessert! Amanda found this recipe because she was looking to replicate an amazing dessert her friends mother makes during one of the Jewish holidays. This recipe caught her attention, because it was pretty close. The only thing was that this recipe contained dairy to make the filling more smoother.
2 1/2 cups graham crumbs - We used the Kinnikinnick Smore'Ables
1/2 cup unsalted butter
2 cups of powdered sugar, sifted
1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened
4 oz cream cheese, softened
8 oz container Cool Whip
20 oz can crushed pineapple, drained well
Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
Melt butter in microwave and let cool.
Crush smore'ables (unless you bought them crushed already) and combine the crumbs and butter.
Preserve 1/2 cup of crumbs for topping
Press 2 cups of the crumb mixture firmly into an 9×9 square pan
Bake for 8-10 minutes.
Place on wire rack to cool.
Use mixer to beat the cream cheese and butter until creamy.
Turn mixer to low and add the powdered sugar. Add one cup at a time to avoid clumping.
Beat mixture well until smooth.
Add a large spoon full of the drained crushed pineapple and stir.
Spread the cream cheese and pineapple mixture over the crust.
Fold remaining pineapple into Cool Whip
Spread Cool Whip on top of the cream cheese mixture.
Sprinkle the remaining 1/2 cup of gluten free graham cracker crumb mixture on top.
It was not that long ago that Edmonton was voted one of the top 10 places in the world to eat pizza. I'm sure most people were baffled by this! I sure was at first. Pizza doesn't really come to mind when you think of Canada, let alone Edmonton.
But when you look closer at whats out there in Edmonton, there are some damn good pizza places. Some of them even serve up gluten free. Just check out places like Parlour, Famoso and CRAFT Beer Market.
This was not on the list of top pizza places put it out in April 2016, but have you checked out Love Pizza yet? Love Pizza is fairly new and is located downtown at Jasper Ave and 109 Street in the same plaza as Save-on-Foods. And yes, it very trendy, with their flat bread style single serve pizza's. But I think they are the real deal. They do not only have clever marketing, fun photos, and a great in restaurant atmosphere, but they have a delicious menu.
So now, remember this is a pizza place, it is very difficult to reduce cross contamination, but they try. They switch gloves, specially indicate gluten free pizzas coming through the oven to alert the next person to touch the pizza etc. So obviously, approach with caution and be vocal.