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I love this dish - vibrant colors, intoxicating aromas, wholesome ingredients, and every culture has their version of rice, meat and vegetables melded together. Think Arroz con Pollo, think Paella, think Jambalaya. Traditionally, these are one pot meals. However, I prefer to cook the rice separately. This way I ensure the meat is cooked to perfection and I get a dry, fluffy, evenly cooked rice that retains nice long grains. read more
Yes, caramelized onions should be naturally gluten free. However, so few people take the time to make this wonderful ingredient. There is a world of difference between a raw onion (crunchy, pungent, peppery flavor and watering eyes) and caramelized onions (soft, sweet, buttery, rich and slightly nutty). Caramelized onions are quite easy to make - they just require three ingredients, time and a little patience. We are not talking about quick, high heat browning of onions (think fajitas) where the outside is charred and the inside still has that pungent punch. We are looking for a tender onion with a sweet flavor. This recipe presumes a little cooking know-how on your part, but just dive in. read more
Craving. Salty. Sweet. Swine. This gluten free muffin is for you. Yet again, we used our 3-in-1 Muffin Mix to make these gluten free bacon, onion, cheddar muffins. Not only are they great for breakfast, they can also be served as a side for dinner or at picnics. In fact, they were a hit at my Thanksgiving Feast. read more