13 Nov 2017
gluten free stuffing mix

Do you love stuffing but can’t figure out what to do with it, besides stuffing a turkey. Turn your dishes into simple recipes everyone will think you spent hours on. Here are some fantastic ideas you can do with your basic stuffing mix. For these recipes, I used Three Bakers Stuffing Mix. Just follow the easy recipe on the box.

Gluten Free Stuffing Mix 4 Ways

1. Fresh Turkey and Brie Roll Ups

  • Saute a peeled and diced apple in butter.
  • Add to your basic stuffing mix.
  • Take fresh turkey slices (found in meat section) stuff with stuffing and roll.
  • Top with melted Cream of Brie Cheese

2. gluten free stuffing mixStuffed Peppers

  • Saute an onion and celery with butter and olive oil.
  • Add some diced Italian Sausage, cook Until done.
  • Toss with prepared stuffing.
  • Cut three bell peppers, remove seeds and stem.
  • Stuff each half with stuffing.
  • Top with favorite tomato sauce and bake at 305 degrees for 1 hour.

3. gluten free stuffing mixBundt Pan Duck Stuffing

Okay, this one is special. I had some ground duck in the freezer.

  • Saute an onion and celery with butter and olive oil.
  • Add 1⁄2 lb ground duck (or any meat) and saute until done.
  • Toss with prepared stuffing and two beaten eggs.
  • Spray a Bundt pan with cooking spray. Pack down stuffing into bundt pan.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 30 mins.

4. Stuffed Flounder with Crabmeat Stuffing with Newburg Sauce

  • Mix together 1 cup Gluten Free Imitation crab meat, 4 ozs room temperature cream cheese and 1⁄2 box of prepared recipe.
  • Place approx. 1⁄3 cup stuffing on top of each piece of flounder.
  • Roll and place in grease pan. Bake for 20 mins at 350 degrees.

Newburg Sauce Recipe:

  • To saucepan add 4 TBS butter and 1 shallot, chopped. Saute until soft.
  • Add:
    • 1 1⁄2 cups cream
    • 1 – 1 1⁄2 cups fish broth
    • 1⁄2 cup cooking sherry
    • 1⁄2 tsp paprika
    • 1⁄2 tsp ground nutmeg
    • 2 TBS tomato paste
    • 1⁄2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
    • Simmer for approx 15 mins or until thick.

 

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I was raised in and around an Italian family. All my life I cooked and everyone around me cooked. It was my life and still is.  In 2013 I had to go gluten-free for health reasons. I was devastated to learn that I can no longer enjoy bread and pasta, that I was so used to eating every day. Can you imagine an Italian girl not eating bread or pasta? During the last few years, I have experimented with all kinds of different products. Searching for a good tasting bread has been a struggle because there was not much available. I was super excited to find Three Bakers Rye Style bread while visiting CT, my home State. I was even more excited to learn it is available locally here in FL. It is absolutely amazing!