Gluten Free 46 results
  • Spice Crusted Fish Tacos with Pineapple Mango Salsa

    It’s officially April. Summer is right around the corner. That means it time for fish tacos! These fish tacos are a great way to welcome in the warm weather. They are super fresh and healthy. It will have you wishing you were on a beach in Mexico sipping on some lemonade or a margarita for the adults!  My favorite way to eat fish is in a Taco! There are so many ways you can make it. You can fry the fish, bake it, sear it, grill it. I especially love this taco ...
  • Gluten Free Hamantashen

    A super yummy, gluten free Hamantaschen recipe! In my house, making Hamantaschen is an activity that includes the whole family. It is one my brother's favorite time to be in the kitchen! Every Purim we make Regular Hamantaschen and Gluten Free Hamantaschen for my mom. (By the way, my mom isn't gluten free by choice. I know it's trendy now to be gluten free. But I can assure you my mom definitely doesn't think so!) You can fill these with whatever you like. That's ...
  • Peanut Butter Football Cookies

    I am always looking for quick and easy desserts. The kind that are great "go to's" for the last minute invite to someone's house for Shabbos. These cookies are the definition of a yummy, quick dessert. Also, all of the ingredients are in everybody's pantry. So if you need a last minute dessert to bring to a Super Bowl party these cookies are a great idea! I decided to jazz up the typical peanut butter cookie for the Super Bowl. It looks really impressive if you bring it to a party, ...
  • Split Pea Soup

    There is nothing like having a hot, "stick to the bone" soup after shoveling the snow in the freezing cold wind. This Split Pea soup is exactly that. Also you probably have most of the ingredients in your house so you won't have to run out in the snow to get them. ] As you can probably tell, this soup has hotdogs in it. My family just loves having them in the soup. It also makes the soup ever more filling and warming. If you don't like hotdogs then you can leave it out. But they are ...
  • Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

    These Quinoa Stuffed Peppers are a colorful, healthy but yummy food for the freezing days of winter. During the cold months of the year I really miss the colorful fresh fruits and vegetables of the summer. These quinoa stuff peppers, which are my favorite way to eat quinoa,  are a bright and satisfying addition to any weeknight dinner or Shabbos meal.     Quinoa was first domesticated around 4,000 years ago by the Incan people who lived in the Andes Mountains. ...
  • Chocolate Chip Meringue Cookies

    I love meringues! There is just something about them that makes my sweet tooth go crazy. I have many memories of  my mom making meringues for Shabbos. She used the method of heating the oven to 400 then leaving the meringues in the oven over night with the oven off. It made them like little light airy clouds. I use a different cooking method. But both work fine.  
  • Hotdog Hungarian Goulash

    I have so many memories of sitting at the Friday night table eating a big bowl of my dad's Hotdog Hungarian Goulash. As a little kid I only ate the hotdogs and potatoes. Every time I ate it there would always be a little "gush", as I called it, left at the bottom of my bowl.   This recipe has been passed down in my family for many years. The recipe was my great grandfather's, who I am named after. He passed it down to my grandmother. Who then passed down to ...
  • Egg Curry

    I love Indian food! Most people have only had kosher indian the few Indian restaurants there are that are kosher. Well I love it so much that I make it at home.  To me there is nothing like a homemade, spicy curry. Just the smell makes my mouth water.  I learned a lot of indian cooking from my Indian neighbors. I live on a corner of a block. All the kids who live on my side of the block are all friends. We always play outside on each others yards together. ...
  • General Tso’s Chicken

    Chanukkah is only a week away and that means it's time to begin planning what food you want to make during the holiday! It is a great time to be adventurous by making new dishes. This Chanukah try my General Tso's Chicken recipe! It tastes just like what you get in the Chinese takeout box, but even better. Unlike what you get from the restaurants my recipe has peanut powder in it. I feel it ads a great nutty flavor to the chicken. It makes it even yummier!     ...