Gluten-Free Wednesdays 6-15-11

Gluten-Free Wednesdays buttonHappy Wednesday! I have LOTS of salads to highlight this week.

I hope that I will have produce from my garden (which I finally got planted) to add to salads before long.  I’m having a tough time getting my zucchini going, though, because my dogs keep digging up the plants.  They like the organic fertilizer that I use, and for some reason only dig up the zucchini.  A chicken wire fence has not deterred them!

Monthly Challenge: June’s challenge is to create a gluten-free salad.   I’ll be highlighting salad recipes all month.

Last Week’s Highlights: If for some reason I miss highlighting your salad, please let me know!

Chicken Salad – Live Free, Gluten Free
Chicken Taco Salad – Gluten Free Shortcuts
Baked Goat Cheese & Roasted Cherry Tomato Salad – Jenn Cuisine
Cucumber Radish Salad – Wheat Free Meat Free
Green Salad Chiffonade with Blueberries – Sustainable Food and Cooking
Nicoise Salad – My Extraordinary Life
Seductively Summer Salad – The Pink Cowgirl
Sophia’s Super Carrot Salad Dressing – Gluten Free Easily
Pasta Salad with Roasted Vegetables – Gluten Free-k
Corn and Black Bean Slaw – Cottage Recipes
Balsamic Vegetable Quinoa Salad – Cottage Recipes
Three Ingredient Bean Salad – Easy Gluten Free Recipes
Quinoa Egg Salad – Gluten Free and You

My Submission: This week’s recipe is a salad.

Chicken Salad

The Carnival: Please read!

  • Keep the links to gluten-free eating ideas (recipes, reviews, menus)
  • If you’re new, please read the guidelines.
  • Leave a link back (I will not highlight any recipes that do not link back.)
  • Thanks for participating!

This linky list is now closed.



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Comments

  1. says

    We love salad and I have so many recipes it was hard to choose. I decided on my Spicy Pulled Chicken Cabbage Salad. You’ll have to read how a pulled pork sandwich turned into a chicken salad.

  2. says

    One of our favorite memories is my mom’s potato salad, which I’ve modified a little by using agave (or honey), and dressed up a little with bacon bits. The nutrition can vary a lot with what sort of mayonnaise is used, but this is gluten-free, casein-free and nut-free, too.

    You have such delectable salads featured here! What a treat to usher in summer!

  3. says

    I was blessed to be a guest at Like a Bubbling Brook this week, where I shared my famous Cherry Lemon Tart recipe. I thought I would share it with you as well. Thank you so much for hosting this wonderful blog carnival. Blessings, Kelly

  4. says

    This season is the first time I’m growing anything edible as an adult. Keeping it simple with green chilies and basil! :) I have sprouts so far.. super excited! Thanks for hosting this get together.. I always have a blast looking through the entries for ideas.

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