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This is a really cheap recipe.  It’s also really easy to make gluten-free, with gluten-free soy sauce.

Gluten-Free Stir Fried Rice

There is a trick to stir fried rice:  it sticks if you make it in a wok or a saucier pan, like I did.  This works much better in a non-stick pan.  You’re, for the most part, just reheating, not cooking this recipe.

Ingredients:

4 cups leftover rice (I usually make a point of making 6 cups of rice for at least one meal earlier in the week. By the time the weekend rolls around, if this hasn’t been eaten up, it gets made into fried rice.)

1 1/2 cups frozen peas

2 gluten-free hot dogs (I used Jennie-O, because they say, “No gluten,” on the back.) (more…)

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This is not an inexpensive recipe.  It’s one of those things I did, because you can’t get this, unless you make it yourself, with gluten-free soy sauce.  It’s

Hot and Sour Soup.

Hot and Sour Soup.

not actually that labor-intensive, so it’s well worth the effort.

Ingredients:

3/4 cup of dried wood ears, or about 1 ounce

a few tablespoons of corn, canola or soy oil, enough to cover the bottom of the soup pot

1/4 cup gluten-free soy sauce

1/4 cup rice vinegar

1 tablespoon sriracha (Red chili paste of any kind will probably do. I’m not sure if sriracha is gluten-free, but it’s all they make in a sriracha plant, so it’s probably safe.)

1 teaspoon sugar

pinch of salt

3 or 4 two inch pieces of ginger (more…)

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