Mama’s Cabbage Crunch Salad is a refreshing salad that is super easy to make for summer dinners, potlucks and picnics. It is a nice alternative to the traditional coleslaw dressing that you normally find with cabbage. It is also packed full of other delicious vegetables, making it full of vitamins, bursting with color, and lots of crunch. The salad is big enough to serve a big family, to serve at a party, to have plenty of leftovers throughout the week. Or make a smaller salad and cut the recipe in half.
Tabbouleh Salad is one of my most favorite salads I learned how to make in cooking school about 20 years ago. Yep, I said it, 20 years ago. Now I feel old. Anyway, Tabbouleh is a traditional Middle Eastern Vegetarian dish, that has fresh mint, parsley, tomatoes, cucumber, green onions, lemon juice, olive oil and sometimes garlic. It is traditionally made with Bulger Wheat or Cous Cous. Obviously, bulger wheat and cous cous have gluten, so I made my Tabbouleh with Quinoa. Quinoa is similar in texture and taste to bulger and cous cous and it is prepared the same way
Mama’s Pico De Gallo is a cinch to make and a delicious and healthy snack served up with a bowl of gluten free corn chips or paired with Mama’s Cilantro Hummus. Or make it and use it as a garnish on your favorite weeknight dinner meals, such as tacos, enchiladas, chili, casseroles and more.
Cilantro Jalapeno Hummus ~ Gluten Free! A delicious healthy snack whether your gluten free or not! Well, I confess, this recipe isn’t completely my idea. Yes, I created it, but I stole the idea. It all started when my husband and I started traveling to Pasadena for mini vacations. When we were planning our honeymoon trip a few years ago, I decided to surprise my husband with a trip to Pasadena