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Gluten-Free Stuffing for Thanksgiving

by Allergy Guy

I’m working on getting some stuffing recipes together to help you prepare your Thanksgiving bird. Most, if not all, bird stuffings depend on bread crumbs. This will not do if you have a gluten allergy or a wheat allergy.

Making a gluten-free stuffing for your Thanksgiving turkey is not that hard. For starters, you can take a traditional stuffing recipe, any stuffing recipe really, and use cooked rice or quinoa to replace the bread crumbs.

The gluten-free stuffing recipes I have are a bit short on instructions. Once I have proper instructions worked out, I will post them on this site. I will also add links to this article.

Come back soon in check the recipe section for bird stuffing ideas. I hope this helps with your Thanksgiving preparations. I assure you that wheat free stuffings are just as good, if not better, than traditional bread-based stuffings.

Update: There is now a whole section on bird stuffing recipes.

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1 Anonymous November 18, 2007 at 01:29


Buckwheat, despite it’s name, is actually gluten and wheat-free, and is often recommended as a stuffing…


2 admin November 18, 2007 at 10:02

Gluten-free: Replacing wheat with buckwheat

Good point! Buckwheat has a distinctive nutty taste and is very nutritious (much more than bread crumbs).

If you like a stronger taste, buckwheat is great. If you prefer something more neutral, rice is a great substitute for breadcrumbs in your traditional stuffing recipe.


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