Many classic holiday sides are naturally gluten-free. Green beans, roasted Brussels sprouts, citrusy salads—all of these holiday sides are safe for gluten-free eaters. Others like stuffing, macaroni and cheese, and pilafs need special recipes to avoid sources of gluten for eaters who are sensitive or avoiding the wheat protein altogether. With these tips and tricks, you can turn our traditional holiday recipes into a delicious gluten-free holiday menu. Read labels carefully; gluten hides in unexpected places.
Slow-Roasted Turkey with Cream Gravy
Turn these traditional recipes into those that are safe for the gluten-intolerant with a few easy tips and tricks. Just look for • • at the bottom of each slide for gluten-free substitutes and recipe changes.
First up, the centerpiece. Take the cheffy route to perfection: Cut the bird into parts and slow roast them, basting with a touch of cream, which gives you fantastically moist, rich meat, white and dark alike. If breaking down the turkey seems too advanced, have your butcher do it for you.
• • Gluten-Free Tip: Our gravy is thickened with cornstarch, which is gluten-free.