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Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Main Dishes

Here’s your Thanksgiving cheat sheet for the main dish. I only make a big turkey once a year, so when I do, I want it to be juicy, flavorful and low-maintenance. I’ve been making this recipe ever since I read it in New York magazine years ago. It’s a recipe by David and Laura Shea of Brooklyn’s Applewood restaurant. It’s everything you want in a Thanksgiving bird. For the complete recipes, just click on the recipe titles.

Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Turkey

Gluten Free: Yes
Dairy Free: No; but go ahead and use olive oil or buttery sticks in place of the butter.
Egg Free: Yes
Soy Free: Yes
Nut Free: Yes
Make Ahead: No
Fast: Yes

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Chicken Pot Pie

Gluten Free: Yes
Dairy Free: Yes
Egg Free: No (crust only)
Soy Free: Yes
Nut Free: Yes
Make Ahead: Yes, you can freeze the pie and bake like any other frozen chicken potpie: Tent the top with foil and bake in a 350º oven until heated through, about 45 minutes. Then uncover and bake for another 15 minutes for a crispy crust.
Fast: Moderate

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2 Comments: Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Main Dishes

Mary T. Salmon Said:

Wow! Everything sounds very good…especially the salad!

I went to the other blog and read the recipes there. I left a comment. I hope to win!

Your recipes are awesome.

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