Easy Gluten-Free Stuffing

One thing many of us miss when we give up wheat and gluten is stuffing on our Sunday dinner. This recipe is very similar to the original, and if you don’t tell those who aren’t gluten or wheat-free, they won’t know the difference!

Suitable for maintenance and levels 1

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Gluten-Free Stuffing       

1 large brown onion chopped and cooked (either in microwave for 2 to 3 minutes or steamed till soft)

2 cups of GF breadcrumbs (either from home-baked bread or shop bought)

2 tbsp dried sage

1 large egg

Splash of warm water as needed

Salt and pepper

Knob of butter melted

Blend onion in food processor or with hand blender, add in all ingredients, other than warm water, season well and mix together.

If mixture appears to be too thick add splash of warm water till consistency is like regular stuffing.

Either tip into baking dish or roll into small balls and bake for 20 to 25 minutes in a medium hot oven.

Serving Suggestion: Serve as you would regular stuffing, with chicken or vegetarian protein dishes.