Need some gluten free recipes or do you want to make some of your favorite recipes gluten free? This is the perfect place for you.
Eating gluten free isn’t as different as one might believe. Many of the recipes that you make everyday can be made gluten free with minor modifications. Gluten is in a large variety of things, but if you know what you are looking for and how to adjust ingredients it can be very simple.
The key factor for modifications recipes to make them gluten free is learning how to correctly alternate ingredients. This doesn’t change the overall taste, texture and consistency of the food, but simply allows for those with gluten intolerances to eat.
Below are some of my favorite easy, gluten free dinner recipes.
- Jambalaya – Make sure that the sausage, rice and spices are gluten free.
- Ham Fried Rice – Use gluten free soy sauce, I like the Kikkoman sauce. (Note: Coconut Aminos can be used, but it gives off a sweeter taste, I personally like the saltier instead of sweet.)
- Creamy Tuscan Salmon – Use gluten free noodles, I love the Gluten Free Egg Fettucine Pasta from Trader Joe’s and corn starch instead of flour.
- Chicken Burrito Quinoa Bowl – Use gluten free quinoa and you should be good to go.
- Asian Lettuce Wraps – Use gluten free soy sauce.
- Turkey Meatballs – Use gluten free panko crumbs.
- Roasted Chicken, Vegetables with a Balsamic Glaze – This is naturally gluten free and I love to try new vegetables with this recipe.
- Honey Lime Chicken Enchiladas -Gluten free corn tortillas, and enchilada sauce. Be careful to double check they are gluten free.
- Grilled Tandoori Chicken Skewers – As long as all of your spices are gluten free this is naturally gluten free.
- Grilled Chicken Teriyaki – Use gluten free Teriyaki sauce.
Notice that many of these recipes aren’t specifically gluten free, but as I said before there are simple modifications.
The first few times you apply modifications to make a gluten free recipe it can be tricky. There are a lot of different things that you need to pay attention to. I know the thought of doing all your recipes gluten free can be very intimidating, but to be honest nothing is worse than not being able to eat some of your favorite things. Good thing, I am here to help you learn how to make your favorite foods once more.
Send me some of your favorite recipes and I would love to help you make them safe gluten free recipes. Plus, I really love to try new recipes.
Looking for gluten free restaurants? Be sure to check out my other post about “Where to Eat Out with Gluten Free Options”.
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