Gluten Free Pesto Chicken Burger With Fire-Roasted Tomato Jam

Today is the final day of “A Very Jewish Summer time” series and these days it’s Chanie from Active in Brooklyn with an Amazing Pulled Pesto Chicken Burger excellent for summer time.&nbsp

This burger is specially intriguing to me because I have celiac illness and it truly is gluten-totally free. There is no bun and as an alternative she uses large portobello mushrooms! Sounds crazy but the recipe won 2nd place in a mushroom contest so I’m certainly going to consider it.
Seems wonderful, correct? Head more than to Active in Brooklyn to get the whole story and the recipe.

It was enjoyable becoming a component of this series and a particular thanks to Dena from Chai and Property for all her difficult function pulling this together.
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