Gluten & Wheat Free American Recipes

There are 10 American recipes.

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Buttermilk Pancakes

These are American-style pancakes made with buttermilk and they make a tasty weekend brunch. Serve them with a variety of fillings; my personal favourites are bacon with maple syrup and nutty chocolate spread with banana.

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Mashed Potato Pancakes

These mashed potato pancakes can be eaten for brunch, lunch or a midnight snack. Whatever time of the day, you are sure to love them, and they are a great way to use up leftover potatoes. With just a handful of ingredients, they are quick and easy to make.

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Peanut Butter and Banana Cheesecake Ice Cream

This peanut butter and banana cheesecake ice cream recipe is a super quick and easy dessert that you can rustle up in no time at all. It is inspired by two ingredients that are hugely popular in America, maple syrup and peanut butter. American’s love their ice cream and I think you will love this flavour – a bit different from vanilla!   

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Tex Mex Frittatas

Spice up a frittata with these Mexican flavours for a tasty light lunch. Serve them cold for a great picnic or lunch box filler.

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Vegetable Chilli

This chilli is super easy to make and you can pretty much add whatever vegetables you like.  It’s a great way of eating lots of veg and is very tasty too. Serve it with rice, it’s naturally gluten and wheat free and is a great dish to make on a cold winters’ night.

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Beef Burgers

These delicious beef burgers are perfect for BBQing but also just as tasty fried in a pan and served inside a soft roll with plenty of caramelised onions. Halloween, Bonfire night, birthday party or a weekend treat meal with the kids; they go down well at any time of the year! Naturally gluten and wheat free, these home-made beef burgers contain just a few simple ingredients, with no unnecessary flour, breadcrumbs or other fillers to pack them out. Once you have tried these and can see how easy they are to make, you won’t buy a shop bought burgers again!

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BBQ Sticky Spare Ribs

These sticky spare ribs are a great little dinner party starter. Cooking them first on the hob ensures they are succulent and the meat just falls off the bone. They can be prepared in advance, so when your guests arrive, you literally just need to pop them in the oven. Using shop bought BBQ sauce cuts down on prep time and your guests will never know!

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Baked Chicken Goujons

The children will love you for making these! Homemade baked chicken goujons are a healthy alternative to the shop bought varieties. Pure chicken breast with a breadcrumb coating; I think they probably work out cheaper to make too. Simple ingredients and then oven baked to perfection.

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Chilli Con Carne

Chilli has to be one of the most popular dishes to serve to friends or family for an impromptu get-together. It’s great for sharing, using store cupboard ingredients and can be made in advance. It tastes even better re-heated and can also be frozen. You can cook it in the slow cooker, on the hob or in the oven – what’s not to love about a great chilli?

This recipe is a firm favourite in our house and I serve it either with rice, green salad, sweet potato fries, on top of a jacket potato or with some roast potatoes. It’s so versatile, double up and stick half in the freezer; you will be glad when you stumble upon it later in the month!

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Hunters Chicken Recipe

A deliciously sticky and smoky dish that makes a great dinner party offering. Poaching the chicken first ensures the chicken breast remains succulent and moist.

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