Chicken parmesan! It’s one of those classic dishes I’ve always loved but never wanted to tackle. The original recipe from AllRecipes.com was not gluten-free, but it was close because the chicken wasn’t breaded. I decided to give this a try, and by making my own croutons, I had a gluten-free dish that was divine! The best part is that you can stash the leftovers in the refrigerator for a super-fast weeknight dinner.
The original recipe for this southwestern turkey salad came from a cookbook called Today’s Turkey Favorites which we sent away for in 1990. This book was only thirty-five pages long, but it contained a number of good recipes. “Today” is always a relative term because the original recipe is now nearly thirty years old. However, with a few little additions, this recipe is better than ever!
Use this spaghetti and meatballs recipe over your favorite pasta. We use a gluten-free pasta, but whatever you prefer will come out well. Prepare the pasta according to the package directions, unless you are extremely adventurous (or skilled) and are making your own! The longer the sauce simmers, the better it gets.
Want to try “spaghetti” without the pasta? Cook up a spaghetti squash and use that in place of the pasta.
Here’s an easy way to make a delicious Parmesan Chicken. It’s a great dish for a cool day and you can pair it with the Roasted Brussel Sprouts recipe for a complete meal. To make this gluten-free, simply replace the croutons and marinara sauce with gluten-free varieties.