Pasta Puttanesca – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c)

     Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Puttanesca Sauce (or whore’s sauce in Neapolitan)  is fast, hot and quick!  It is just perfect for a speedy after work meal!   I often add a lot of extra parsley than noted in this recipe, to increase vegetable.  Also, for a protein packed meal, toss a can of Italian…

Ceci with Tomatoes & Pasta – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c)

     Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Ceci with Tomatoes and Pasta is something my mom used to make this often when I was growing up, a warm and hearty addition to a cold winter’s night.  Ceci with Tomatoes & Pasta is so fast and simple to make, it is wonderful on work nights.  Uncomplicated simplicity…

Penne alla Vodka – Forget What You Know About Wheat(c)

     Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Penne alla Vodka is an incredibly yummy dish,with layers of fully developed flavor.  I generally make this with good quality pancetta.  It is quite difficult for me to get the quality pancetta I require, I do not care for using American bacon as a substitute.  I opt instead for good…

Baked Ziti Gluten Free – Forget What You Know About Wheat©

         Ktichen Wisdom Gluten Free Baked Ziti, an oldie but goodie. This delicious and simple recipe will delight your family and friends.   The pasta in baked recipes require the boiling time be cut short by several minutes; this is the same for gluten rich or gluten free pasta.  Gluten Free Baked Ziti requires…

Mombriglio Dumplings – Forget What You Know About Wheat©

     Kitchen Wisdom Gluten Free Mombriglio Small Dumplings for soup are tantalizing and scrumptious.  My grandmother and my mom would make these with cream of wheat (farina as we called it.)  I make it here with Cream of Rice.  On my gluten free journey in the kitchen, I have been transforming my family’s recipes. I believe…

Pastieri: Baked Pasta – Forget What You Know About Wheat!©

       This culturally authentic baked Southern Italian pasta dish is hearty and filling and is delicious warm from the oven and at room temperature.  I like this as a mid-day or early evening meal, as it is heavy and needs to be burned off.  It is delicious with a salad.  It keeps very well…