If you like peppers, rice and turkey you’re in the right place. Stuffed peppers make for a great tasty dish at the end of a long day. This is a great recipe if you have a bit of extra time to prep dinner. This recipe has been taken and adapted from its original on All Recipes. Although I have added turkey to it, this meal can easily become vegetarian friendly.
What You’ll Need:
- 1 Pound Ground Turkey
- 1/2 Tsp Garlic
- 1/2 Cup Water
- 1/2 Cup Uncooked White Rice
- 2 Green, Red or Orange Bell Peppers Halved
- 1 Tbsp Olive Oil
- 1/2 Cup Chopped Red Onion
- 1 Tsp Dried Basil
- 1 Tsp Italian Seasoning
- 1 Tsp Salt
- 1/4 Tsp Ground Pepper
- 1 Tomato Diced
- 1/2 Cup Crumbled Feta Cheese
Begin by preheating the oven to 400° F and lightly grease a baking sheet. Next, cook up your ground turkey in a pan on medium to high heat with your garlic. You will then need to cook your rice up according to the directions on the box and set it aside.
Place the halved peppers cut-side down on the baking sheet and roast them in the oven for approximately 25 minutes (or until tender). Continue reading
One of the most frustrating things to do when you have a restricted diet is finding a quick bite to eat. Eating on the fly becomes a test of patience, a nerve wracking gamble and an overall hassle, as many of the typical fast food options are riddled with gluten.
Through both personal experience and researching the reviews offered within the gluten-free community, I have developed a list of fast food options.
Wendy’s has really tried to make eating with a sensitivity easier at its North American locations. They provide an extensive list of menu items and their nutritional/allergen content information. The majority of their salads (and dressings) are gluten free as well as items such as chili and fries. If you have a Wendy’s around, never fear. Those hunger pains will be gone quicker than you can say “want fries with that?”
Click for the full Wendy’s menu breakdown. Continue reading
I’m not a big football fan…it’s not that I don’t like the game, I just never really got into it. My idea of football fandom is crushing hard on the ever-so-sexy Tim Tebow. Never the less, my friends and family get pretty into it and with the Grey Cup rolling around this weekend it will be no exception.
Usually when I am hosting on game night I like to serve the healthy stuff, like nachos and a pot of my Dad’s chili. The best part about these dishes is that they are gluten free and no one thinks twice about it!
What You’ll Need:
- Large crock pot
- 2 Pounds of ground beef or turkey
- 3 large cans of diced tomatoes
- 2 large tins of red kidney beans
- 2 large tins of white kidney beans
- 2 Cups of kernel corn (frozen or canned)
- 2 Packages of Old El Passo Chili Seasoning Mix
Begin by cooking ground beef/turkey until browned, then drain and place into the slow cooker. Next, drain all canned ingredients and add them to the meat. Finally, add your two packages of seasoning to the crock pot and stir well. Replace the lid and cook on medium heat for 4 to 5 hours.
Once cooked, turn your crock pot down low and serve your chili buffet style with some nachos and cheese! If you want to really let the flavour out, cook the night before, cool and reheat in the crock pot the next day.
Now get out those pom poms, cheer your heart out and eat up!
I have a dirty little secret…I love burgers. I mean a deep eat the fries second kind of love. When I changed my diet I would get so frustrated when I would go out with friends to our local burger joint. They would be sitting there with their lovely greasy platters filled with gluten-esque goodness, while I sat with a leafy salad in dire need of croutons. Until one day when I walked into God’s gift to earth, The Works.
The Works has one of the best gluten free menus for burger lovers. Not only are all of their patties gluten free, they also come in many different forms. Whether you are vegetarian, vegan or a regular meat lover you can find exactly what you’re looking for.
If that isn’t good enough, the restaurant also offers tasty gluten free buns and 49 gluten free toppings. The only thing you have to watch for is cross contamination in the fryer. Although the fries are gluten free, they are cooked in the same fryer as other non gluten free items. So, if you are highly sensitive you may want to go for a side of greens instead.
Have fun choosing from the extensive menu and bizarre taste combinations! My favourite is the Crappy Tire! My only warning is that once you try it once, you will be hooked!