There is no better and easier gluten-free tortilla recipe than this. The tortillas taste is authentic, they are soft and easily folded. When I decided to create this gluten-free tortilla recipe, I also wanted the tortilla to be healthy. I used millet, and chickpea flour both are enriched with the goodness of nature. They are an excellent source of fiber, iron, protein, calcium zinc and minerals. It is the millet flour that adds that authentic flavour and makes these into perfect gluten-free tortillas. Did I mention that all you need is 3 ingredients plus salt and water and no oil for cooking
Cooking contests bring out the best in me! I love the thrill of the challenge~~after reading the rules carefully and knowing what the parameters are, my head starts to assimilate and go to work. Now, most of the time, this ‘thinking’ is at the subconscious level~~and, after a few days, maybe even a few weeks, all of a sudden, out of the blue, at the most unexpected time, I get the idea!
When we moved into this house in March of last year, we discovered a blooming meyer lemon tree in the backyard. Without so much as a wave hello to the tree, it produced ripe fruit nearly 8 months of the year, starting as soon as we moved in. An impressive “welcome to the neighborhood” treat. This year, California produce seem to have gotten a bit confused. Maybe it was payback for my social neglect, but more likely the tree’s growth stunted from the lack of water this season.
This saffron rice with mint and caramelized onions will impress your family or friends every time. The fragrant rice has a lovely golden colour and the flavour is outstanding. I topped the rice with caramelized onions because I wanted to add another layer of flavour. The fresh mint ties everything together to perfection. What I love about this gluten-free rice dish, it is simple enough for anyone to make, and the flavours are exotic. Enjoy!