"Green" means different things today. Here, green stands for the color of vibrant green vegetables and fruit used in healthy gluten-free appetizer, soup, salad and entree recipes.
Easy and delicious, this recipe for gluten-free guacamole is based on a 5-star recipe for guacamole from our talented About.com Guide to Low Carb Diets. Our gluten-free guacamole recipe calls for a few short-cuts during preparation, including using a food processor which quickly turns ripe avocado into smooth guacamole.
Crisp gluten-free bacon and chopped hard-boiled eggs add great flavor and texture to salads. The homemade French dressing takes about 3 minutes to whisk together, keeps in the refrigerator for several weeks and is delicious served over crisp and vibrant spinach leaves.
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Authentically Irish, this lovely green soup is full of healthy vegetables including spinach, mushrooms, onions and of course potatoes.
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From our About.com Guide to Southern Food, this classic recipe for Stuffed Bell Peppers is a delicious and filling entree. The recipe calls for Worcestershire sauce. In the U.S., Lea and Perrins brand Worcestershire sauce is gluten-free, but be sure to read labels because not all Worcestershire products are gluten-free.
"This fresh spring asparagus soup is thickened with chickpeas and flavored with gremolata - a mixture of parsley, garlic, and lemon." - About.com Guide to Local Foods.
"This colorful, healthy avocado and grapefruit salad recipe features an exciting array of tastes and textures. It has peppery arugula lettuce, a simple and light yogurt dressing, sharp curls of Parmesan cheese, and toasted pine nuts." - John Mitzewitch, About.com Guide to American Food