Even though I know I can’t have them, I always find myself studying the Eggs Benedict section of brunch menus. They always seem like the perfect item…yet I must move onto another section so I can eat something that won’t make me sick.
At home, however, I am not so constrained. Of course, the chance of me having gluten-free English muffins on hand — or having the time to make them from scratch — is pretty much non-existent. Luckily, there are lots of great substitutes, letting you focus your energy on making a perfect Hollandaise sauce and building your own Benedict. Continue reading “Gluten-Free Eggs Benedict”
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the awesome-tasting breads made with chickpea flour (and reader, I confess, I gobbled those breads so fast, I barely managed a picture!). Those breads were largely European in nature; this week, I’m turning my tastebuds to South American and Mexico.
I have three favorite corn flour, or masa harina or masa arepa, based breads to share with you. While the ingredients list is essentially the same, the three are very different. These easy-to-make breads won’t replace my beloved corn tortillas; they simply add delicious options to my dinner routine. Plus, they are naturally gluten-free, which makes them even better! Continue reading “Latin American Corn Breads”