Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Udi's gluten free food


I had the opportunity to try Udi's gluten free products. It didn't feel any different from the food with gluten that we usually have. My family (including children) enjoyed all the treats and buns without any complaints.
These products are perfect for anyone seeking gluten free products or has someone in the home that needs a gluten free diet so everyone in the family can enjoy the same food. The 100% gluten free products are marked clearly to indicate if it is also free from dairy, soy and nuts.  We liked the freshness of the baked goods. The brownies and cookies weren't any different from "regular" ones, as it tasted fabulous.
Udi products are made in a family owned bakery based in Denver USA. Udi's gluten free food is the first gluten-free bread that was introduced, which taste and look like "real" bread. The products have a few preservatives, but they don't contain any artificial ingredients or GMOs. All the ingredients are clearly printed on the products and online. Udi has used ingredients such as tapioca, rice flour and potato flour so I feel that their products are healthy.
Udi has a wide variety of gluten free products such as muffins, snacks, granola, pizza, buns, treats and baked products that are sold in 150 Walmart stores in US.
We had a good experience with gluten free products from Udi, so I will not think of gluten free in a different way anymore :) If Udi products were available in Canada I would buy it.
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Celebrate the National Hot Dog month this July with Udi baked products. We enjoyed the buns in a variety of ways:
  • We had the classic hamburger buns by spreading some butter and topped it with salad leaves, cheese, tomato, cooked meat and sauce.
  • The whole grain hamburger buns were topped with barbecued chicken burgers, hot sauce, ketchup, salad leaves, onion, tomato and mustard.
  • And a few of the buns with jam and butter :)
I liked that the buns were pre-cut.  The buns did have a slightly different taste to our palates but we liked it. The soft buns had a bit of a "munch" than the regular buns.  It felt as though these buns were more filling compared to regular buns.

I like enjoying hot dog buns this vegetable egg filling without the hot dogs :)
1/2 cup champignon mushrooms chopped
1/2 cup chard, collard or green onion chopped
2 tbsp onions chopped
1/2 tbsp garlic minced
1/2 tsp chillie flakes
1/2 tsp salt
4 eggs
2 tbsp olive oil

To serve
ketchup or hot sauce
butter

In a bowl beat all the ingredients for the mixture except oil.
Heat oil and fry the egg mixture in medium high heat.  Scramble the mixture and off the cooker.  Eggs will become dry if it is cooked for a long time.  
Spread butter in the buns, put the egg scramble and some hot sauce over it and enjoy.
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12 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good product! Haven't noticed it at our Walmart though. I'll be sure to check it out next time!

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  2. egg and mushroom filling is a very interesting combo and they look wonderful with those hot dogs!!

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  3. Very interesting post dear. Have not found here in local walmart or giant eagle.

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  4. Not really particular whether the food is gluten free or no but I am in for trying the burger.

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  5. I'm imagining the hot dog buns with the banh mi filling. ohhh yummm

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  6. Thanks for the review--I am fortunate that I can still eat gluten, but I have lots of friends who can't.

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  7. Ahh, the vegetable egg filling looks divine, I think it would be satiating too. Mushrooms gives that extra touch. Love it!!

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