No Thanksgiving meal is complete without the dressing (or stuffing in some parts of the country), but for many people who can't eat gluten, dressing is a no-go. Traditional dressing recipes use cornbread or stale bread. You can always use those favorite recipes and substitute gluten-free alternatives for the breads, or you can try something all new. These gluten-free Thanksgiving dressing recipes can help you or your holiday guests enjoy dressing without worrying about the gluten. We utilize several types of gluten-free grains, as well as rice for a few delicious twists on classic gluten-free Thanksgiving dressing.
Cheesy Sorghum and Shaved Squash Pilaf
Long, slender ribbons of butternut squash make for a beautiful and unusual presentation; just be gentle when stirring so you don't break all those gorgeous pieces. Try to grab a squash with a long neck—that straight surface works best for ribboning. If you can't find sorghum, you can use farro.