Southwestern Sunrise Tacos are full of breakfast potatoes mixed with chorizo, the perfect combination for a breakfast taco!
Credit for this Recipe: This recipe is reprinted with permissions from Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets by Alisa Fleming (BenBella Books, 2018). Photo by Alexa Croft.
Red Beans and Rice is a deliciously easy one pot meal that is ready in under 30 minutes!This post is part of a sponsorship with First Fresh Chicken Sausage. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting My Gluten Free Miami and the companies that support it!
A NOLA Love Affair
My hubby and I love New Orleans. We went there for our honeymoon and had the best time eating our way through the city (doesn’t everyone plan their vacations around food?) it was amazing, but it was BC (before Celiac). Red Beans and Rice, Muffalata Sandwiches, Gumbo, Banana’s Foster…the kind of food you dream about.
One of my favorite things to make when I am missing New Orleans food is Red Beans and Rice.
Unfortunately, it can be a bit tricky to find a good sausage that is also gluten free. Plus, I don’t have time to spend all day cooking to get that delicious New Orleans flavor.
Peruvian Causa, Spicy Mashed Potatoes with Lime Juice, filled with your choice of salad or veggies. The perfect meal!This post contains affiliate links. Purchases through these links support My Gluten Free Miami at no cost to you. Thank you!
Peruvian Causa, Spicy Mashed Potatoes
One of my absolute favorite Peruvian dishes is Causa. Causa is super simple to make and has so many uses. Causa itself refers to the spicy mashed potatoes that are seasoned with aji amarillo and lime. It can be filled with chicken salad, tuna salad, avocado, shrimp salad, ceviche or really anything you like! Traditionally it has a bit of mayonnaise on top to counteract the spiciness, and in true Peruvian style, a hard boiled egg.
Mango Coconut Creamsicles- Creamy mango popsicles with a hint of coconut and just the right amount of sweetness.
Mango season is just starting here in South Florida. Before long the mango trees will be heavy with ripe, sweet mangoes. Where all over the United States kids are running summer lemonade stands, here you will see kids standing by the road selling buckets of mangoes. By the end of the summer everyone will have eaten their weight in mangoes.