Pepper Polenta - I found the original version of this recipe on cook.com (http://www.food.com/recipe/savory-crispy-polenta-368899) and modified it to fit my restrictive IBS-inspired diet. If your digestive system can handle it, the original version sounds excellent - lots of onions and cheese and other good stuff that I can't eat anymore - but this FODMAP-friendly version is very good, and tastes even better with a little tomato sauce. :) - Posted January 20, 2017.
Overnight Oatmeal - I found the original version of this recipe for this in magazine I was reading while waiting for an appointment... unfortunately, I don't remember the name of the magazine. I jotted down a few notes and then and tried it out at home - I don't usually like oatmeal, but I like this a lot!! This is supposed to be two servings, but I've found that I can get two breakfasts out of it. Yummy AND healthy food! :) - Posted November 2, 2016.
Artichoke Risotto (off-site) - Posted on Food.com.
Easy Rice & Broccoli Casserole (on-site) - Quick, easy, tasty, and healthy one-dish meal!
Parmesan Rice & Pasta Pilaf (off-site) - Posted on Food.com.
Purple Jasmine Coconut Rice (off-site) - A good way to cook purple jasmine rice (aka purple sticky rice). - Link posted July 25, 2017.
Sunshine Rice (off-site) - Posted on Food.com. A citrusy, low-salt side dish.
Baked Couscous with Spinach and Pine Nuts (on-site) - This is a slightly modified version of a recipe by Jeanne Lemlin, published in her wonderful cookbook, Quick Vegetarian Pleasures (the original recipe can be found here: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/baked-couscous-with-spinach-and-pine-nuts-recipe.html).
Greens and Bulgur Gratin (off-site) - Posted on Epicurious.
Herby Tabouli (on-site) - Veggies, grains, protein in one dish, with a whole lot of herbs Easy to make and doesn't heat up your kitchen - great recipe for the summer.
Tabbouleh Salad (off-site) - Posted on Food.com.
Double Grain Veggie Bake (on-site) - A quick & easy recipe based on a version by "Better Homes and Gardens" (http://www.bhg.com/recipe/vegetable-two-grain-casserole). I didn't have all the ingredients on hand for the original, so I improvised a bit. It takes about one and a half hours to bake, but there's hardly any "hands-on" time at all - most of the work consists of emptying cans! Plus it's very tasty and good for you, too! - Posted March 4, 2016.
How to Make a Gluten-Free Whole-Grain Flour Blend (off-site) - You can buy gluten-free baking mixes, but this method not only allows you to get exactly what you want, but is a lot less expensive in the long run. My favarite combination is: One and a half cups of brown rice flour, one and a half cups of oat flour (take some oatmeal and whiz it through the blender to make oat flour), 1 cup of white rice flour, and half a cup of potato starch. Posted on Gluten-Free Girl's web site. - Link posted January 2, 2017.