It’s always nice to find a new gluten free product that actually tastes good. Sadly, this is not always the case.
I had been buying another brand of gluten free stuffing mix, but it did not agree with me. I have bought Aleia’s products before, so I thought I would try the stuffing mix. I bought it from glutenfreepalace, but you can buy directly from Aleia’s, or Amazon.
Here are the ingredients:
Ingredients: brown rice flour, white rice flour, potato starch, tapioca flour, brown sugar, Non-GMO canola oil, eggs, potato flour, yeast, garlic powder, guar gum, salt, herbs and spices
Gluten free, Wheat free, Dairy Free, Corn free, Trans Fat free, Kosher, Non-GMO
I had a couple of minor issues with the stuffing. There are no stovetop directions on the box and you pretty much have to make the entire box.
I found the stovetop directions on their website:
Directions for stovetop
Pinch the bottom of the bag with your figures to separate the herbs from the cubes; empty bread cubes into a separate bowl.
In a large saucepan, mix 5 tablespoons of butter or butter substitute, 2 cups of gf low salt chicken broth or water and the herbs and seasoning from the bag. Bring to a low boil for 3 – 5 minutes or until butter is melted; remove from heat and gently fold in croutons until all are moistened. Cover and let sit for 10 minutes, Fluff and serve.
I wish they would put the herb mixture in a separate little packet, like Stovetop Stuffing mix. You have to dirty a separate bowl to separate the cubes from the herb mix. Not well thought out. It’s a lot of stuffing for two people. They should explain how to make half the box as an option.
Having said that, the stuffing turned out moist and delicious. I would definitely buy this again.
Have you tried this stuffing? Please share your results!