Gluten Free Turkey Soup made in the traditional greek style of Avgolemono with lemon and veggies.
Homemade Gluten Free Chili is a simple and delicious dish that is sure to be a family favorite!
Simple and Delicious
There is nothing like a nice warm bowl of chili. A little bit of heat, brimming with beef, beans and that deep chili flavor. Add a handful of shredded cheese, a bit of avocado, and some cilantro. It is pure heaven. Great for company, to take to a pot luck, or perhaps bring a pot to a family that has just moved or had a baby. It is great the day you make it, plus the leftovers are so versatile. Chili Dogs, Chili con Queso, Chili Nachos, Chili Quesadillas…and the list can go on. Homemade gluten free chili is a great meal to keep in your monthly meal planning rotation.
The perfect use for leftover turkey and vegetables. This “throw it all in the pot” soup is full of flavor, with just a bit of spice.
Growing up my husband’s family owned a bakery in Peru. Located in Lima, they sold more than just bread and pastries, they also sold meals, like Arroz con Pollo, and around the holidays, turkeys. Turkey is traditionally the main protein at a Christmas feast in Peru. My husband raves about his mom’s roasted turkey, but what he speaks about more is the soup that they would have the day after Christmas, using up all the turkey leftovers. Aguadito de Pavo brings about fond memories in our house. This Thanksgiving we had a lot of leftover turkey, and we knew that this was the perfect soup to make with it and we didn’t have to make any adjustments to make it gluten-free, which is always a plus!
Lemongrass, ginger, and a bit of red pepper give this Chicken Soup a warmth that will keep you coming back for more.