Turkey/Chicken: I have a small family and there will only be 8 of us for dinner, so I am going to cook a whole chicken in the crock pot on high. This takes about 4 hours, until the meat is ready per the meat thermometer, in my smaller crock. I haven't tried it in my big crock, which always seems to take longer, but if you don't know your crock, err on the side of it taking longer or precook a chicken this week to make sure. I don't do anything fancy with it, just open the crock pot and plop it in. I do remember to take out the little bag of organs before I cook it. That's it. It's moist and good this way.
Stuffing. I plan to make a pan of Pamela's gluten free cornbread and then make it into stuffing with this recipe: http://cookeatshare.com/recipes/simple-cornbread-dressing-with-sage-157998
Gravy: I plan to use this recipe.
About.com Gluten Free Cooking
And some other vegetables, corn and maybe green beans. No one here likes the green bean casseroles, so I don't have to worry about them. Broccoli and cheese is good or a broccoli casserole using Ener-G crackers instead of wheat filled crackers in the recipe or I might use this one. It looks really yummy.
Gluten Free Mommy
I might make some gluten free dinner rools using this recipe Jules and I will buy some prepackaged rolls for the non-gluten free people.
I'll definitely make the Gluten Free Easily Crustless Pumpkin Pie. and maybe a coconut pie
Posted by Fatcat at 8:53 AM
Posted by Fatcat at 7:01 AM
Kraft mozarella shredded cheese
Hormel pepperoni slices
Jimmy Dean sausage crumbles
Homemade pizza sauce:
1 can tomato sauce
1 can tomato paste
1 tablespoon ground oregano
1 1/2 teaspoons minced garlic
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
Whisk together, spread on crust. This makes more than I need for 2 pizzas for me and my son and 2 gluten full pizzas for the other members of my family so I freeze the extra for next time. Make sure to spread the sauce and toppings all the way to the edges of the crust, to moisten it.
This is seriously very good.
Posted by Fatcat at 6:53 AM