2014-03-09

Gluten-Free Recipes for St. Patrick's Day

Warm from the oven "Irish" (not really) Soda Bread Buns.


I am ignoring the thermometer reading this morning. Looking on the bright side. Daylight Saving brings an extra hour of daylight tonight! The recent rain has melted the duvet of snow. And I am imagining Spring. Soda bread and St. Patrick's Day. Daffodils and robin's eggs. The Vernal Equinox is nigh (allegedly). And I am not looking back. 

I am ready for forward motion. 

T-shirts and blueberries.

To celebrate the wee bit of Irish in all of us- be it by blood or kindred spirit- I thought I might gather my gluten-free recipes inspired by Celtic tastes. Yes, Lass, that means potatoes. And cabbage, too. Soda breads, salmon, eggs, cottage pies and Spring soups. 

The Vernal Equinox is just around the corner. Flower beds will soon be sprouting tiny green shoots.

Add some Van Morrison to your playlist. Raise a glass.

Sláinte!





Gluten-Free Recipes for St. Patrick's Day
...and Celebrating Spring 

[postmodern, semi-traditional recipes}

Gluten-Free Applesauce Cake


Breads and Muffins:

Apple Cake Muffins
Blueberry Oat Muffins
Irish Soda Bread
(Irish Inspired) Soda Bread Buns - Rolls
Gypsy Soda Bread
Orange Scented Soda Bread 
Ryeless Rye Bread- Gluten-Free
Spotted Dog Irish Soda Bread


Green soup - detoxing for St Patrick's Day
A green detoxing soup for St. Patrick's Day

Soups:

Creamy Broccoli Soup (with coconut milk)
Creamy Celery Soup with Ryeless Rye Croutons
Detox Green Soup
Irish Potato and Cabbage Soup with Gluten-Free Irish Soda Bread
Potato Soup for the Sensitive Soul
Potato Leek Soup
Split Pea Soup- with Coconut Milk


Gluten-free heirloom potato salad.

Sides:

Colcannon
Crunchy Cabbage Coleslaw
Easy Crispy Kale Chips
Heirloom Potato Salad
Hot Artichoke Dip
Millet with Carrots, Mushrooms and Mint
Roasted Brussels Sprouts Medley with Butter Beans and Rice
Two Potato Salad



Fish and Meat:

Baked Cod with Roasted Sweet + Sour Vegetables
Easy Lime Salmon
Irish Cottage Pie
Mustard Roasted Vegetables and Sausage
Pork Roast with Mushrooms + Brown Sugar Apricot Sauce



Savory Pie:

Gold Potato Fritatta
Green Chile Egg Bake
Irish Cottage Pie
Roasted Potato Fritatta
Roasted Vegetable Cheddar Egg Quiche/Pie
Shepherd's Pie - Two Ways
Vegetarian Shepherd's Pie



Gluten-free frosted quinoa carrot cake bars
Gluten-free carrot quinoa cake bars.

Sweets:

Applesauce Cake
Frosted Carrot Quinoa Bars
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Quinoa Breakfast Cake with Oats and Raisins



 

11 comments:

  1. Off topic sort of but your blog looks just beautiful! Don't know how I didn't notice that before.

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  2. Great selection... as always.

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  3. great menu! all it's missing is beer!!

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  4. I love when you put together collections like this. It gives me a chance to see recipes and blog entries I never saw before.

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  5. I love your recipe collections. I always find something new to try and they have ALWAYS turned out delicious. You are a mad genius. Tonight I think I will try the Easy Agave and Lime Salmon.
    You rock and make my life so much easier and enjoyable with super tasty foods that I thought I couldn't eat anymore.

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  6. Thanks for reminding me of St. Patrick's day. Since I've come to Spain I've kind of lost track of these things...even though I'll see people celebrating it if I go out walking in town on this day because we have a lot of Irish here.

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  7. Thanks for marking St Patrick's Day, Karina - although I am living in Northern Ireland, to my shame, I have never had Colcannon, but then it never looked as tasty as yours. St Patrick's Day was chocolate day as far as we were concerned, the one day when you could break the Lenten fast and indulge in whatever you had given up for 40 days (which was, inevitably, chocolate...)

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  8. I just ran across your site and am thrilled to find new and interesting recipes to try! I'm not only gluten-free, but soy-, corn-, and dairy-free as well. Have you ever substituted arrowroot powder for the cornstarch in your baking mix?

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  9. Looking through this, I wish I knew about the blog on St. Patrick's Day, because seriously, my dinner was lacking severely.

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  10. Wow, these recipes look amazing! My husband is always challenging me to make gluten-free goods that are just as good as gluten-full (hey, if he doesn't want to cook he just has to deal with my gluten-freeness and be happy I feed him…) and I think there are some recipes here that will win me the prize. Thanks!

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  11. Oh, Karina, I am so thankful for your recipes. One of my children has recently been tested as being intolerant to multiple items--wheat, dairy, soy, nuts, eggs, fish, oats, and rice are among the most problematic for him. Finding gluten free recipes that don't involve rice flour is nearly impossible. We have tried several of your wonderful recipes and my other three children (none of whom have any allergy issues) like them too. I've been enjoying the pleasure of baking from scratch and having something tasty that my allergic/intolerant son can actually eat. He also suffers from chronic stomach pain (the doctors can't figure out why, as tests show nothing) and finds his food limitations to be intensely frustrating. All this came out of the blue a couple of years ago. He's only 13 years old. Your recipes have put a smile back on his face. Tasty food that he can eat! Thank you for the work that you have put in to the recipes and your blog. I appreciate this more than I can say.

    Liese

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