Tired of teriyaki sauce? Then try something different on your stir-fry that has a bit more of a kick. No need to buy expensive sauces, when this one is super easy to make and you probably already have all the ingredients in your pantry. Our Szechwan Sauce is packed with flavor and can be used on everything from veggies to seafood.
In a skillet, whisk together all ingredients except the broth and cornstarch, and bring to a boil.
In a bowl mix together the broth and cornstarch, then pour into skillet and continue boiling until sauce is reduced and thickened.
- 2 Tbsp cooking sherry
- 2 tsp fresh ginger minced
- 2 garlic cloves minced
- 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
- 1 1/2 Tbsp GF soy sauce
- 2 tsp Sriracha or other GF hot sauce
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1/2 cup GF chicken broth or veggie broth
- 2 tsp cornstarch
- In a skillet, whisk together all ingredients except the broth and cornstarch, and bring to a boil.
- In a bowl mix together the broth and cornstarch, set aside.
- Once the garlic is fragrant, pour in the broth mixture and continue boiling until sauce is reduced and thickened.
Trying this tonight with shrimp and veggies over rice noodles. All your recipes are winners. Thank you.
Do you have any paleo recipes
How do you sub almond floir in your basic flour blend.
On the right column of the recipe page are a bunch of different icons we use to classify recipes (ie. no sugar, heart healthy, etc). Under ‘Specialty Diets’ are classifications for diabetic friendly, vegan, paleo diet, and specific carbohydrate diet. If you open a paleo recipe (eg: Paleo Pizza Crust), then click on the paleo icon (it’s the rock spear tip), all recipes that have been classified as paleo will be pulled up. Here is the quick way to get to it: https://www.glutenfreeclub.com/specialty-diets/paleo-diet/
Atlhough please keep in mind that all our paleo and SCD recipes have not been finsihed being classifed. So there are probably many more recipes we have that are paleo, but are currently not classified as such. But you can help! If you are reading a recipe, and don’t see the paleo icon in the right column under Specialty Diets, then click on Report an Error (under Do Something-its the first thing in the column), and send us an email to let us know!
As for the almond flour, because it is so dense, you really don’t want to replace any more than a third of the total amount of flour used. Although it is dependant on the recipe you’re making. A light fluffy cake, I may only replace 1/4 with almond flour, but if its for a breading (like on chicken) I would use half or all almond flour. Best to experiment to see what you like the taste and texture of, that’s what it all comes down to!
Since my family enjoys spicy foods, I’m eager to try this sauce…thank you for sharing.
I really need help! I am in need of recipes. I am in a rut. Here is my allergy list of foods. Can you help me with a few good recipes that do not include what’s on my list? I miss having sweet n sour chicken or meatballs over rice. can’t have the soy sauce that’s in it. Do you have a solution substitute recipe? and any other recipes your able to share?
White potato (yams & sweet potatoes are tolerable)
all acidic fruits
all acidic vegies.
Hola. Me encanta la receta, pero no puedo utilizar nada con pique. Que me recomienda.
We are adding some functionality to our website in the near future that will allow people to sort through our recipes based on a number of categories. 1) Specialty Diets – Diabetic, Paleo, SCD, Vegan, 2) Healthy Options – Low Cholesterol, Low Fat, Low Carb, Low Sodium, Low Sugar, and 3) Allergens – Casein, Shellfish, Dairy, Egg, Fish, Peanut, Potato, Rice, Sesame, Soy, Tree Nuts, Corn, Sulfite, Yeast.
Hopefully it will be up and running within the month, so it should help you narrow down your recipe choices. We do have a soy free soy sauce, but if you are allergic to acid foods, I’m guessing vinegar may be off limits too.
Can you comment in English? The translator I ran your comment through didn’t work (not sure what you are allergic to).