Gluten-Free Flatbread

I think I’ve mentioned this a few other times, but my favourite flavour combination is sweet and salty. I love adding sweet to a salty dish, I find it brings the flavours to different level.

Gluten-free flatbread

The best food combo is dates, prosciutto and goat cheese. The sweet dates compliment the salty prosciutto and the smooth goat cheese blends everything together perfectly. This flatbread recipe is perfect for an appetizer or a main meal and I will assure you it will be a crowd favourite.

Gluten-Free Date, Prosciutto & Goat Cheese FlatbreadGluten-free flatbread

2 frozen gluten free pizza crust bases (O’Dough’s has a good crust – this is what I used)
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
8 medjool dates, de-pitted and chopped
6 tbsp goat’s cheese
8 basil leaves, chopped
4-6 slices of prosciutto

Preheat oven to 400°F.

Place frozen crusts on baking sheet (they will defrost while they cook).

Top each frozen gluten free pizza crust base (or flatbread) with ½ cup mozzarella cheese. Next, top each crust with four basil leaves, spread around to cover the base. Top each crust with three tablespoons each of crumbled goat cheese and then sprinkle the chopped dates (four to each crust) and chopped prosciutto on top. Ensure the prosciutto is the last to be added, as it will become crunchy while cooking.

Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until cheese is golden and bubbly.

Potato Chip Crusted Sole

Fish and chips are one of those foods that I just don’t get enough of. Merely because most restaurants don’t have the gluten free option and frozen GF breaded fish isn’t the same. I will always remember the amazing GF fish and chips I had when I was in London last year…the fish had the perfect ‘batter to fish’ ratio and it was fried to a golden crisp.

The amazing gluten free fish and chips from Grill on the Square in London

When Glutino sent me their Baked Potato Crisps with the idea to use them to coat meat, I couldn’t resist the thought of crunchy, salted, potato coated fish. The end result didn’t mimic the taste of fried, battered fish, but it did create a welcome, crunchy taste to a relatively bland white fish.

I really enjoyed cooking and snacking on Glutino’s Baked Chips. They are very similar to Lay’s Baked Potato Chips, but of course Glutino’s BBQ flavoured ones are gluten free (whereas Lay’s are not). I thought that the Simply Salted chips were very salty, but when used to coat the fish, the saltiness wasn’t as noticeable.

This recipe is super simple and is perfect for a quick meal when you don’t really feel like putting much effort into cooking (i.e. – after a summer afternoon on the dock or in the park).

Potato Chip Crusted Sole

1 bag of Glutino Gluten Free Simply Salted Potato Crisps (or any other type of chips)
4 tbsp mayonnaise
4 large pieces of firm white fish (sole, cod, halibut)

Preheat the oven to 375 and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

In a medium-size bowl, crush the chips with a large spoon or fork. Crush to a desired size (I crushed mine until they were about 1/2 an inch). Coat the top of each piece of fish with a tablespoon of mayo and dip the mayo side into the crushed bowl of chips. You could opt to coat both sides of the fish with the mayo and chips, but the side facing down on the baking sheet could become soggy. 

Once all of the pieces are coated, place them in the oven and bake for about 15 minutes, or until the chips are golden and the fish is thoroughly cooked through.