Can you imagine this colorful peach and cold sweet potato salad gracing your Thanksgiving table?There is something about the combo that just screams fall. Maybe it's the multiple shades of orange.
I initially made the recipe in the summer, when I had bought a basket of peaches and was looking for ways to use them up. Since peaches and sweet potatoes are available all year long, this recipe can be made all year long.
The recipe is simple and contains only four ingredients. It couldn't be easier to make, couldn't be healthier to eat, and couldn't be more welcome at any dinner table. This naturally gluten free and vegan dish is perfect to serve to company and can be made in advance and served cold or at room temperature. There is no need to turn on the oven the day you serve it, which frees up oven space.
4 medium sweet potatoes or yams, cooked and refrigerated overnight ( or until cold)
2 large peaches, cubed
a sprig of fresh rosemary
10 raw walnuts, chopped
Peel and cube sweet potatoes or yams and arrange in a Pyrex ( or any ) casserole dish. Add the two cubed peaches, I left the skin on. Separate the leaves from the sprig of rosemary and sprinkle over the casserole. Sprinkle the chopped walnuts over the casserole as well. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
What is gluten ?
Gluten is protein contained in the following grains: wheat, rye, barley and some oats ( see article) and any products made from those grains which include most crackers, flour, cookies, cereal, pasta, cake, bread, etc. Both whole wheat and white flour contain gluten.
Most of my recipes are naturally gluten free, meaning that the recipes do not contain any wheat, rye, barley, or regular oats or any processed derivatives from those grains ( soy sauce is made from wheat)Instead, I use gluten free grains like rice, quinoa, and buckwheat, which are permissible on a gluten free diet.
In addition, cauliflower recipes can taste like grain, but without the gluten and without the calories. Here are some cauliflower suggestions that are awesome!
( made from cauliflower , not potatoes) ( A Nice Change)
( The crust is made from cauliflower) ( Love this!!)
For additional information about gluten intolerance , visit my website: Click here to learn more about Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance and why gluten is not tolerated.
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