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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Offering a Rudi's Gluten-Free Stuffing Giveaway - Oct 30th - Nov 13th~

Are you living a GLUTEN-FREE life? Are you new to this lifestyle and already wondering HOW you’re going to enjoy the holidays without your family’s traditional stuffing?  Looking for one which will bring your entire family to the table, gluten-free or NOT?  You are going to want to try this option out.  Made from Rudi’s Gluten-Free Multi-grain Original breads and blended with a perfect amount of savory spices!   And the stuffing is dairy-free and soy-free too!


Gluten-Free Stuffing Giveaway from Smart Allergy Friendly Education


How do I know?  Because I was lucky enough to be a part of their challenge to try it out.  Their SAVORY HERB GLUTEN-FREE STUFFING was a huge success as the main ingredient for my Rosemary Sage Sausage Stuffing Recipe 

Here’s the exciting part!  


Rudi's Gluten-Free Bakery is offering ONE of my fans the opportunity to win this  LIMITED TIME ONLY Gluten-Free Stuffing Kit! 

This gift package includes:




  • Gluten-free only” casserole dish, which easily identifies your ‘gluten-free’ dish
  • Rudi’s Oven Mitt
  • Rudi’s Wrap Around Apron (my daughter LOVES the colors!)
  • Quality made Wooden Serving Spoon
  • Recipe Card for added inspiration
  • Bag of Rudi’s Savory Herb Gluten-Free Stuffing
Here's what YOU NEED TO DO:
  • You MUST be a fan of mine on either this page or my SmartAllergyFriendlyEducation FB page;
  • Leave me an idea on what original ingredients you would add to spice up your stuffing mix a bit more;
  • At NOON on November 13th, ONE LUCKY WINNER will be chosen via random.org to be the recipient of the $90- prize package outlined above!
Looking for more chances to win prizes?  From November 4th - 15th, Rudi's Gluten-Free Bakery will continue their giveaways on their Rudi's Gluten-Free Bakery FB page.  Be sure to visit their website to check out the DAILY PRIZES available! 

Here is the recipe I created (with a little input from my mother~):

 Rosemary Sage Sausage Recipe
(gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free and soy-free)


3 cups (1/2 of 12 oz bag) of Rudi’s GF Stuffing
½ C of Dairy-Free, Soy-Free margarine (Earth Balance)
½ large onion, chopped
2 celery sticks, chopped
½ tsp black pepper
½ tsp rosemary
½ tsp garlic salt
¼ tsp sage
8 oz. sausage
1 C + 1/8 C of chicken broth
Preparation:
1.       Brown sausage over medium heat and finely separate into small pieces, Bolognese         style.  When finished, drain and set aside.
2.       In a separate pan, melt ¼ C dairy-free, soy-free margarine over medium heat.


3.       Add chopped celery and onions and let cook until tender.
4.       Combined prepared sausage, pepper, rosemary, garlic salt and sage.  Let simmer            for 5 minutes. 


5.       Add another ¼ C of dairy-free, soy-free margarine, 1 C of chicken broth and bring to       a boil.
6.       Add ½ package of Rudi’s Savory Herb Gluten-Free Stuffing mix and let sit for 5           minutes.
7.       Makes 3 cups of stuffing.  Fabulous as a side dish with Rosemary Garlic chicken! 

EASILY feeds a family of 4.



 Here's to continuing your family traditions with food that EVERYONE will enjoy! 
 

20 comments:

  1. Hey Daniella! My name is Daniela :-)
    I would make my stuffing with onions, celery & olives. I would use frontier's vegetable broth (it has good veggies & kelp in it!). I would also use some of this Celtic sea salt spice blend that has kombu flakes in it. So sea veggies would be the 'secret ingredients' to add more nutrients to it! I might even sauté the veggies with a little homemade ghee!

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    1. The Celtic sea spice is called 'Selena naturally' garlic blend

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    2. Daniela... this sounds delightful! and I love ur name:-) Have never heard of the Celtic sea salt and will look for it!

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  2. I liked your page and thank you so much for the fabulous recipe and giveaway!
    I would add a Thanksgiving Texture Theme by adding in some cranberries for sweetness and fruit; add toasted thin almond slices for crunch and protein and cook it all up in chicken broth for flavor too!

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    1. Renata... I love cranberries! Almonds is no-no here except for me, but I, personally, would love to try it! What a great combo!

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  3. Rudis stuffing sounds tasty and thanks for sharing - I would add some festive colors for the holidays by including some spinach and diced tomatoes for a red and green hue. Also a fan. Thanks!

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    1. Ray... my husband would LOVE this! Thanks for the great idea!

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  4. I am not a chef, but fresh garlic, Chorizo and roasted red peppers. I am a fan!

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  5. Hi Daniella,

    I love this recipe! Last year I made GF stuffing with dried figs and apricots and think I will adapt this recipe with those ingredients...also have added apples/raisins in the past...mmm :)

    Thanks for sharing!

    -Sandy

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    1. Sandy... we LOVE figs! Never thought of adding them~ another great suggestion I must follow~

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  6. Hi! Thank you so much for offering this! I would make GF stuffing with cranberries, candy onions, homemade broth, sea salt, garlic and possibly some chorizo to kick it up a notch.

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    1. We like spicy here.. especially my son.. the chorizo and candy onions sound like a great balance~

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  7. I would add mushrooms, celery and onion!

    Tami

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    1. Mushrooms are good in anything! My dad would love this one~

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  8. i became a fan on facebook. My name is Jenn your recipe looks amazing. i would add pumpkin sprouts to the top for nice blend of fall flavors. i would also grate dried cranberries into the stuffing for a hint of flavor.

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    1. Pumpkin sprouts? Sounds delightful! Where do I find them? and grated dried cranberries.. my kids must might eat them that way:-)

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    2. pumpkin sprouts you need to soak pumpkin seeds in water then add to a sprouter. sproutpeople.org discuss the best way to create pumpkin sprouts as they aren't typically sold in stores or are very expensive at your local specialty shops. you could easily replace the pumpkin sprouts with toasted alfalfa sprouts that you coat is cinnamon and brown sugar to gain some of that fall flavor. (i love all sprouts i think they add unique taste and texture).

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  9. I love to add apples and cranberries to stuffing. Love the contrasts of texture and that tangy bite they add. Really excited about this new product. ~ fan on facebook.

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    1. Simple and tasty.. this one would go over well with everyone in my home.

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