Fried Chicken, Baked Chicken, a taste of home, a taste of comfort, a taste of tradition. Mama’s puts a twist on the fried chicken, makes it healthier by baking it, and crusts it with Parmesan Cheese for a fun flavor and a taste of Italy. Serve it with veggies, serve it with spaghetti or just have a marinara dipping sauce on the side. Mama’s kids love this version of Mama’s fried chicken and ask for it all the time. If there is the blessing of leftovers it makes for a great fried chicken sandwich the next day. Sometimes, I make double so we can do sandwiches for lunch. Hope you enjoy it as much as our family does! Ingredients 5...
Here is my family’s recipe for Oven Fried Chicken Parmesan. It is a favorite to make at my house, or should I say ‘Eat’ at my house. It is super easy to make. The key is not flipping it during baking like you would with traditional friend chicken. With gluten free the coating will come right off, and we don’t want to lose one crumb of that crisp fried coating.
This soup is not only delicious, but so easy to make anyone can make it, even teens. Mama shows you how to enhance flavor not only into your soup but also into the chicken. And there is a fun garnish to add to the top that everyone will enjoy.
Mama’s Hamburger Pie is a delicious main dish that you will want to add to your gluten free dinner menu. I grew up on Hamburger Pie. It was a favorite in our household, however, I was the ONE holdout in the family. When I was young, I couldn’t stand cheddar cheese. So my mom would give me my piece, and scrape off the melted cheddar cheese. Thank goodness, as I grew up, I eventually outgrew my dislike of cheese, I now love cheese.
KC, founder of G-free Foodie, has so graciously partnered with Gluten Free Mama to make a series of online gluten free video lessons using Mama’s Flour blends and mixes. KC founded G-free Foodie to provide a main resource for the gluten free community which includes, but not limited, to a flavorful gluten free living guide that includes information on the tastiest gluten free products
Do you have a Pizza Night Tradition at your home? Pizza Night has always been on Friday Night at our home for as long as I can remember. Growing up my family always had one of two kinds of pizza toppings, pepperoni, or pepperoni and sausage. Pretty boring if you ask me. Now don’t get me wrong a good pepperoni pizza is a must once in a while, but when you eat it every week for your entire life, you are ready for a change. What is your family favorite at your house? Put it in the comments section below.
Need some new additions to your monthly dinner menu? Mama’s Quinoa Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms or Zucchini is sure to delight the taste buds of everyone in the family. Quinoa is a gluten free grain typically grown in South America. You want to be sure to soak the grain in water and rinse it off before use to prevent it from being bitter.
I absolutely love fall and winter, not only because it brings with it cooler temperatures, but that it inspires me to get in the kitchen and make comfort food for dinner. Chili is one of my all time favorite comfort foods, next to pot roast and soups. Yesterday, here in the beautiful Mission Valley of Montana, the majestic mountains that I can view out my family room window were dusted with the first snow of the season.
Are you a cheese lover? What is your favorite? Cheddar, Mozzarella, Baby Bell, Gouda, Pepperjack, Swiss, Gruyere, Jarlsburg, or Brie? I could keep going down the list. Ever dream about Mac & Cheese, Pizza, or anything for that matter that has that fantastical melted and stringy rich cheese in every bite?