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Deconstructed Goat Cheese Chiles Rellenos

Deconstructed Goat Cheese Chiles Rellenos instantloss.com

Deconstructed Goat Cheese Chiles Rellenos use a lactose-free white cheese instead of a more traditional Oaxaca cheese for those with sensitivities! This recipe is also gluten-free and uses masa harina instead of white flour for dredging.  This is not a traditional Chiles Rellenos but it is an absolutely delicious treat! If you are not lactose-free, […]

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