Food on Friday ~ Gluten-Free

We may all be sensitive to gluten.

In yesterday’s post I wrote about how bad gluten can be for some people, and how bad modern American wheat is for everyone.  Ergo, today’s Food on Friday features gluten-free recipes for those of us who don’t want to consume wheat flour, and for those of us who may have some degree of non celiac gluten intolerance.

Heather Christo’s website holds all allergen free, and mostly gluten-free recipes.  Not only do they all sound delicious and nutritious, but all of Heather’s dishes look absolutely beautiful.  Recently, as well as featuring grilled nectarine balsamic chicken, blackberry coconut oatmeal muffins, (both vegan and gluten free), and telling us everything we need to know about gluten free beer, Heather has a great recipe for grilled salmon, strawberries, and nectarine kebabs.  Looks fantastic.

Grilled Salmon, Strawberries, and Nectarine Kebabs

San Diego cook Averie Sunshine has a great recipe for spicy baked eggs and hash brown casserole, a pumpkin and cheesy baked potato casserole, as well as this creamy and crispy hash browns frittata, and Averie says all of these are both vegetarian and gluten-free.

Creamy and Crispy Hash Browns Frittata

Andrea at Cooking with a Wallflower has this really easy recipe for garlic shrimp spring rolls with tamarind vinaigrette, Vietnamese inspired and gluten-free.  This should be ready in 35 minutes and would make a fabulous midweek dinner.

Garlic Shrimp Spring Rolls with Tamarind Vinaigrette

Todd & Diane, the White on Rice Couple have a stack of vegetarian and gluten-free recipes. But being a meat-eater, I really like the look of this sriracha roast chicken with sriracha gravy.

Sriracha Roast Chicken with Sriracha Gravy

From Group SOI, purveyors of Italian Food Solutions, we have a quinoa salad with cardamom and coriander extra virgin olive oil.  Quinoa has become one of the most popular health foods, as it’s high in protein, has all nine essential amino acids, and is gluten-free.

Quinoa Salad with Cardamom and Coriander Extra Virgin Olive Oil

If you want to be gluten-free, but you must have noodles, then try Ramen Noodles.  Ramen Noodles should be gluten free, but it’s always worth checking the labels.  So, from Teighan Gerard at Half Baked Harvest we have these 15 minute garlic butter Ramen noodles.  What could be easier for a midweek dinner?

15 Minute Garlic Butter Ramen Noodles

For those of us who like recipe collections, Woman’s Day has 40 delicious dinner recipes you won’t even realize are gluten-free, including this fantastic looking balsamic chicken with apple, lentil, and spinach salad.  This very easy dinner should be ready in just 25 minutes.

Balsamic Chicken with Apple, Lentil and Spinach Salad

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jack collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

there are loads of gluten-free cookbooks

 

 

 

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9 responses

  1. Thanks for sharing these. I find that these days more fruits such as nectarines, peaches, pears, apples and strawberries are paired with meats as part of a meal. It is refreshing and I do enjoy it. Yum!😃

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    1. I would never thought of doing that if I hadn’t seen some of these recipes.
      Thank you for following my blog. ❤

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  2. Recepies all look good and are healthy options (mostly).

    For people who avoid wheat at all costs, many Chinese supermarkets offer rice noodles and some even sell a flat, ribbon type if rice noodle…read the ingredients to be safe though. Most pot or instant noodles (an Asian staple), are made with wheat.

    Quinoa is a wonderful and nutrious grain, but a few people have an allergic response to it.

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    1. Rice noodles are really good.
      I agree it’s really important to read the labels on the stuff we buy, and sometimes I’m very bad at that.
      But Hell, I’m just a guy.
      ❤ ❤ ❤

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  3. Do you cook then take these pics?

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    1. These are not my recipes, they are from a selection of great cooks I follow. I stopped posting my recipes a while ago, when I realised I just wasn’t as good as some of the ‘more professional’ food bloggers out there.
      Anyhow, for really good food porn you have to look at other peoples’ pictures.
      All the cooks I follow are women ~ coincidence or what. ❤

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      1. Fair enough. Luckily you don’t make then I was just about to drive over and let you make food porn for me! Hehe

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      2. I try out almost all the recipes I post on here. Tonight I’m making salmon with garlic butter http://damndelicious.net/2016/05/23/garlic-butter-salmon-foil/ ~ it’s Friday, it has to be fish for dinner. ❤ ❤ 😉

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