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Crispy Herb-Baked Chicken - Gluten Free

This is a clever idea - using potato flakes as an herb mixture instead of flour. I haven't tried this but can't wait. I intend to try this as part of chicken parmesan (with rice noodles of course!)
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Chorizo and Potato Spanish Tortilla Bites

Rest assured that your guests won't leave your party feeling hungry — these omeletlike hors d'oeuvres, not to be confused with Mexican flour tortillas, are as hearty as they are delicious.
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Vadas And Alterations Recipe

Vadas And Alterations Recipe

A vada (vadai), pronounced 'vah-daa' or 'vah-die', is a savoury snack from South India, shaped like a doughnut and made from lentil or potato. It can vary in size and shape, though most are comparable to the Western doughnut except that the Indian vada is mildly spicy unlike the sweet doughnut. Mashed or diced potatoes and/or lentils are seasoned,sometimes sauteed,then shaped, covered in a gram flour batter and deep-fried.
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Chili Con Elote (Chili With Corn)

Chili Con Elote (Chili With Corn)

This is a quick vegan recipe which makes a great filling for flour tortillas or served with rice. I like it with a baked sweet potato.
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Creamy Herb and Garlic Chicken over Gnocchi

Creamy Herb and Garlic Chicken over Gnocchi

This is a very quick and easy recipe to throw together, it tastes great and makes for a wonderful after work dinner or great mid week meal when you want no fuss. You can make your own gnocchi if you prefer, but for quickness of this recipe I used fresh store bought gnocchi, you can find this in the fresh pasta section of most supermarkets. For those of you who have never eaten gnocchi before or do not know what it is, a quick explanation is basically Italian dumplings, made from either potato, semolina or flour.
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Fried Karela Chips (Bitter Gourd)

Fried Karela Chips (Bitter Gourd)

Here's a vegetable that you might not find in your regular grocery store, but Asian and Indian markets usually stock them. They're very bitter unless you use salt to draw as much moisture from them as you can, then they're quite mild. Some people prefer the bitterness. These make a great snack or salad garnish and I've also seen karela in Indian potato curries and even stuffed. I've made them substituting regular white flour for the rice flour and they turned out great. More addictive than I expected. :oops: Time includes the 1-hour moisture-drawing process.
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