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This is a gluten free dairy free and soy free meal. It is a meal for autoimmune.
Gluten free Rice noodles
Lemon basil dressing
Boil 3 tbsp water with sesame oil. Add the Rice noodles to the boiling water, cover and cook for 3 minutes. The noodles will break apart. Turn off the heat. Add cilantro and lime juice when it is finished
While the noodles and salmon cooks, make a salad.
Combine the noodles and salmon on a plate add watermelon and cantelop for a side along with the salad.
This is a simple recipe. It is gluten free and dairy free. Of course you can add dairy free shredded cheese to top it. (I am not a huge fan of dairy free shredded cheese). I like to make simple recipes, with little time in the kitchen and more time enjoying my meals.
follow your heart ranch dressing
gluten free taco seasoning
gluten free tortilla chips
Rinse the black beans and corn in a strainer. Then warm them in a pot adding the gluten free taco seasoning. Once warm, take it off the stove and let cool.
Add salt and pepper to the chicken and grill. Cut into strips.
Put lettuce, chicken and black bean and corn mixture on top of the lettuce. Add follow your heart salad dressing
Something new to post A new recipe at 4pawsartstudio….
Since I began the gluten free, dairy free, and soy free lifestyle it’s been slightly challenging to make some changes.
For instance, dairy free sour cream yuck, but Kite Hill is the best one.
Dairy free cream cheese, I’m still looking.
Bread? Everyone on gluten free diet knows bread is irreplaceable. Canyon is the best and can be found at target and whole foods. But there’s others that can be bought through their website which I have not tried. But heard they have less sugar and more healthier and actually tastes like bread.
Back to the gluten free, dairy free chicken meatballs..
I used a recipe from Pinterest and converted it to gluten free and dairy free products.
Here’s the recipe
1 pound ground chicken-or turkey
1/2 cup gluten free breadcrumbs
1/2 cup dairy free parmesan
2 tablestoons olive oil
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
additional seasoning-Italian seasoning
combine all ingredients and mix together. Roll into small balls. I made this in a crockpot. Put the setting on high, spray crockpot with olive oil, add dairy free butter to the bottom of the pan-a few small slices, add about 1 tablespoon of water to the crockpot before placing the meatballs in it. Cook for about 3 hours. stir halfway through to prevent from burning and sticking, may need to add additional water to the crockpot.
I made a salad with these meatballs. I do not care for gluten free pasta. Having an Autoimmune illness, Rheumatoid Arthritis, I need to eat mostly anything that will help flush out the fluid my body retains.
green leaf lettuce
mixed salad greens
apple cut in cubes
lemon salad dressing
mix together and enjoy
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