This recipe was originally posted over on my site Mommy Hates Cooking; however, it is a fairly simple recipe to make allergy free as well. The main difference being that you want to stick with a safe white rice.
This also uses corn starch and if you do have an allergy that would prevent you from using this ingredient you would want to replace it with a safe flour. This is used as thickening agent in this recipe, arrowroot starch is a good alternative; however, you may need to use more than what you would use with corn starch.
If you are using an alternative to corn starch, I would suggest adding the amount that is called for in the recipe. Then, if it is not thick enough add a little more until you get to the desired consistency.
Another thing I love about this is that it uses lots of fresh produce too, which if you froze any from your gardens this year it may work out perfectly for you.
I hope you enjoy this recipes, but please remember that you do need to check all ingredients in any recipe and only consume what is safe for you and your family.