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Italian Garden Casserole

This recipe is from Better Homes & Gardens. I modified it gluten free. If you happen to be Vegan and do not eat cheese just omit it and substitute veggie broth for the chicken broth.

Better Homes & Gardens Magazine

Hands On time 25 min

Total Time: 1 hr 5 min

Ingrediants:

2 Cups Ian’s Gluten Free Bread Crumbs

1 Cup finely shredded Romano cheese or Parmesan cheese (4 oz)

1 / 2 cup chopped fresh parsley

1 / 4 tsp crushed red pepper

3 Cloves fresh garlic minced

6 Tbsp extra – virgin olive oil or avocado oil

2 tsp gluten free flour

1 / 4 cup Pacific brand gluten free chicken broth or use Pacific Veggie broth if eating Vegan

1 lemon, zested and juiced (1 Tbsp zest; 1 / 4 cup juice)

1 Tbsp white wine vinegar

2 12 –oz pkg frozen quartered artichoke hearts

1 10 – oz pkg cherry tomatoes, halved if large

Basil leaves

Directions:

Preheat oven to 375. Oil a 13x9 inch baking dish. In a small bowl combine bread crumbsm 1 / 2 cup cheese, the parsley, crushed red pepper and 1 / 4 tsp salt; set aside.

For sauce: In a small saucepan cook garlic in 1 Tbsp hot oil over medium heat 30 seconds or until fragrant. Add flour; stir to combine. Add broth, lemon zest and juice, and vinegar. Cook and stir until slightly thickened and bubbly. Stir in remaining cheese.

Arrange frozen artichoke hearts in prepared dish. Scatter tomatoes over artichokes. Drizzle sauce over vegetables. Top with break crumbs mixture. Drizzle with remaining oil.

Cover with foil.  Bake 25 minutes. Remove foil and increase oven temp to 400 and bake 15 minutes more or until lightly browned on top. Top with fresh basil.

Makes 8 servings

Speaking of Vegan - I'm not vegan by the way but found this article really interesting -

But just like Confined Feeding Animal Operations aren’t the answer to a healthy planet, neither is veganism. Vegan diets ten to demand a higher quantity of cereal grains and soy, crops which wreak havoc on our ecosystem due to mass farming techniques. On the other hand, grass-grazing animals can nourish stripped soil and even reverse desertification!
Real Food > Fake Food
How do you create cheese, milk and meat without cheese, milk and meat? With a slew of non-foods including stabilizers, gums, thickeners and highly processed protein extracts. Yummy.
Let’s consider the example of Earth Balance, a non-dairy butter often used in vegan diets.
Ingredients in a Earth Balance: Palm fruit oil, canola oil, safflower oil, flax oil, olive oil, salt, natural flavor, pea protein, sunflower lecithin, lactic acid, annatto color.
Ingredients in butter: butter.
Humans have been eating butter for thousands of years. We only started producing canola oil in the last century. Butter is real food, but canola oil is a freak of nature. Similarly, pea protein and natural flavors are highly processed non-foods.
Fortunately, more and more people are becoming aware that processed vegan products are just that – highly processed. Still, many vegans reach for these options on a regular basis.
Read more facts here if you're thinking of eating a vegan diet -
#glutenfreelady #isveganhealthy

 

Enjoy!

#glutenfreelady


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