These Cassava-Beet Powder Crackers are addictive. Make extras! Baking with cassava flour can vary, depending on the brand. I experimented with a few brands when making this recipe. I saw that when I made this recipe, Carrington’s was a little moist and I added 2 additional tablespoons of cassava flour. Using Bob’s Red Mill, the dough needed 1 to 2 tablespoons of water. Otto’s did not need any adjustments. All three versions were delicious.
There’s a reason I call this recipe My Favorite Banana Bread. This gluten-free bread is a winner. Plus, it freezes well.
These cassava flour tortillas are soft, slightly chewy, and perfectly foldable! They taste just like flour tortillas, but are safe for a gluten-free, Paleo diet.
Chicken & Dumplings was a frequent request during my childhood and was at the top of my list when I began making gluten-free versions of my family recipes. Use a pot that is about 9 to 10 inches across to allow enough surface to cook all the dumplings without crowding.
This flavorful Hearty Beef Stew with Carrots, Pearl Onions & Potatoes is great for a weekday meal, as a company dinner, or a Sunday supper. It can be made in a Dutch oven or in the slow cooker. The flavors improve when this dish is made a day ahead.
This Citrus Ginger Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Citrus Glaze & Creamy Polenta is a comfort food favorite! Bursting with flavor and easy to prepare, these pork tenderloins can be prepared on an outdoor grill or cooked in the oven. Serve with creamy polenta, steamed rice, or roasted potatoes. Leftovers are great for a stir-fry or added to a salad.