Chicken tinga (Spanish: tinga de pollo) originally hails from the Mexican state of Puebla. Commonly served over tostadas, it includes shredded chicken and a rich, spicy tomato-chipotle sauce with sliced onions. (Our version also calls from some chorizo.) We were first inspired to make it after watching an episode of Pati’s Mexican Table on our […]
Crostini is Italian for “little toasts.” They can be properly toasted (such as on a sheet pan in your oven) or grilled (our preference). Either way, they’re delicious… whether on their own, topped with lox, spread with tapenade, or our favorite, paired with bruschetta. The recipe itself is delightfully simple. The trick is starting with […]
On a lazy weekend morning, it’s hard to compete with a still-warm, freshly baked cinnamon roll… light, soft, sweet, tall. For more than a decade, our go-to recipe has been the version in our cookbook Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking. This new-and-improved version updates our original recipe to make it even better. A slow overnight rise in […]
A classic French baguette—especially one that’s still warm from the oven—is a beautiful thing: the browned, lightly crunchy crust; the soft, starchy interior; the unmistakeable aroma of freshly baked good bread. Our gluten-free version delivers the whole package. Like our pizza doughs, our GF baguette dough is wetter than what you’d make for conventional, wheat-based […]
One of the Holy Grails of gluten-free pizza is a true Neapolitan: cooked in under two minutes in very hot ovens (~900º F), with a puffy, airy cornicione. Those kinds of temperatures are impossible to achieve in the normal ovens found in home kitchens. (* For a great GF Neapolitan pizza recipe designed for the […]
Artichokes can be intimidating to the uninitiated. But with the right approach, the soft flesh at the base of the leaves becomes a delicious meal you can savor one bite at a time. Bake them in the oven with some Italian-seasoned bread crumbs, and it only gets better. In this recipe we estimate 1/2 a […]
This one-pot and one-skillet dish is packed with flavor yet quick and easy to make. It’s a great choice for busy weeknights when time is at a premium. To give it a little ‘kick,’ swap in some hot Italian sausage vs. mild.
In classic Mediterranean style, this recipe packs a flavorful punch from a few fresh, quality ingredients. We were first introduced to it during our twice-yearly trips to New York to visit family. A certain aunt on Long Island would often have it waiting as a snacking appetizer when we walked in the door from our […]
Originally born in Vietnam, pho is a dish now found in cities around the world. It features a rich, savory, aromatic broth, along with rice noodles, thinly sliced beef, and an assortment of fresh veg, such as onions, scallions, bean sprouts, and Thai basil. We’ve enjoyed a large bowl of pho in cities ranging from […]
This recipe is almost embarrassingly simple, yet packs a ton of flavor. It’s inspired by an appetizer at the 1914 House, a restaurant near us here in Colorado. Make it as an appetizer as they do, or make it a side dish to accompany a larger meal.