This recipe is not too hard, (can be made dairy/soy free) and delicious
4 Cups Whole Milk (or Soy Milk or Almond Milk or Rice Milk)
1 Cup Sugar
3 Sticks of Cinnamon - for Flavor
Handful of Almonds – for Flavor
1 Orange – Juice + Zest
7 Large Eggs – 5 of them Whole and 2 Just the Yolk
1 Sauce Pot
1 Whisk or Spoon
1 Chinois – Fine Strainer
2 Mixing Bowls
12 Porcelain or Foil Ramekins
1 Deep Cooking Tray
Place all ingredients besides the eggs in a Sauce Pot on Medium Heat for 20-25 minutes.
Strain the cooked products into a mixing bowl.
Using a whisk or spoon, slowly temper the mixture into the beaten eggs + yolks.
Pour the mixture into the individual Ramekins.
Place the Ramekins into the deep cooking tray, add 1 inch of boiling water, cover with silver foil – leave a small opening.
Cook in the oven on 300 degrees for 20-25 minutes.
To test done-ness, try to jiggle one of the flan’s and make sure it looks set and not watery.
When done, take out of deep tray and let cool in refrigerator.
Prep time: 25 minutes
Cook time: 20-25 minutes
Yields: 12 serving
I love spicy food and especially a good chili. What could be better than dropping a bunch of ingredients into a crock-pot and coming back hours later for some great food?
This recipe is very easy, gluten free and delicious
2 Boneless/Skinless Chicken Breasts
1 Whole Onion – diced
1 Cup Frozen Corn
1/2 Can Black Beans
1/2 Can Kidney Beans
8 Oz. Tomato Sauce
12 Oz Rotell tomatoes HOT
1/2 Tbsp Chili powder
1/2 Tbsp Cumin powder
1/2 Packet Gluten Free Taco seasoning (or make it yourself!)
1 Cup Chicken Stock
1 Crock Pot
1 Mixing Spoon (Wooden)
1 Metal Tongs
Place all ingredients in a Crock Pot on High for 4 1/2 hours, put the chicken on top
Using the tongs, pull apart the chicken to shreds and mix all the ingredients well.
Let cook for an additional 30 minutes (add stock if necessary)
Food is ready to be served!
Try eating it on some grilled corn tortillas
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 5 hours
Yields: 4-6 serving
Always reliably good food.
Chicken is always juicy and tender, veggies are fresh, sauce selection is superb.
For gluten-free, opt for the lettuce wrapped char-grilled chicken sandwich. The waffle fries are fried in a dedicated fryer, so they are gluten free too!
Friendly staff and understanding of food allergies.
So I have been trying several different brands of Gluten Free pizza crusts. I want to compare price vs. taste.
These crusts from Whole Foods are $3.99 for 2 individuals. They are par-cooked and bake pretty quickly.
Overall I would score these 4.5 of 5 for both price and taste.
I made 2 variations of this pizza.
A veggie pizza with Broccoli, Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Black Olives & Jalapenos
This second pizza I tried with just Mushrooms
Fixed these great pics..
Here are some Gluten Free stuff I bought to start trying some good home recipes!
1) Gluten Free Flour Mixture $5.50 @biglots
2) Guar Gum to replace the gluten $3.99 @wholefoods
I will keep you posted with more info soon!
This is my Kinnikinnick personal pizza madness!
Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella Cheese, Sliced Black Olives, Diced Plum Tomato, Sliced White Button Mushrooms, Diced Jalapenos, Ground Black Pepper & Shredded Parmesan Cheese.
Baked for 15 minutes in a 375 oven to perfection.
They carry these delicious creatures at Fry’s supermarket
$7.99 for 4 mini crusts
They are the best resemblance of a real pizza – fluffy, crunchy, and great texture
My favorite pizza toppings are: black olives, tomatoes, mushrooms, broccoli, and feta cheese
What are your favorite toppings?
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