These gluten free savory recipes will warm your soul and are perfect for the winters as the temperatures begin to drop.
If one day someone was to come and tell you to avoid gluten completely, you’d be lost. If you ever start checking the labels of the products, you will begin to wonder if there’s anything left in the world for you to eat. But surprisingly, there are so many things you don’t have to give up, so may fresh exotic recipes available that you would have never known otherwise. These recipes makes a person like me(with no restrictions or diet) salivate! These gluten free savory recipes will truly warm your soul.
Although this dish is categorised as an accompaniment, I very often find myself eating this as a snack in the middle of my meals. Well, partially my love for maple syrup greatly influences the reason why I make Chungah’s “snack” recipe so very often. The crunchy carrots along when bathed in the herbs, olive oil and syrups brings out a taste that gratifies every carrot loving individual’s palate. The taste is very unique as compared to usual carrot recipes. The quickness in its preparations also makes it a very attractive dish to make. This is one of the gluten free savory recipes that you absolutely have to give a try.
If some vegans are trying to find some relief going through our posts, you have finally reached that point. This recipe by Amrita, helps in filling everyone’s stomach including the vegans and those averse to gluten. This recipe is so fresh and chock-full with healthy ingredients. The one pot quinoa is quick to prepare and the dish in itself fills a person right to the point where they can’t even move.
Anyone feel like having some Pasta today? Well, there’s a twist to it. It’s more of a pasta salad day. I get these bouts of notions, telling me that I need to get eat healthy. These sudden feelings lead to one such meal after months of cramming high levels of junk food. The pasta salad combines succulent pepperoni with the veggies and the pasta, making it appealing to those disinclined towards salads as well. This would ideally be non-gluten free recipe, but that’s where Kristen comes into the picture. She provides substitutes for all the seasoning, dressing and mixes. By making a gluten-free version of the Italian dressing and salad seasoning, all the non-gluten eaters have no excuse to avoid healthy eating!
I remember eating Singapore rice for the first time. I think I had it with chicken in black bean sauce. I remember it being one of the softest and most tender noodles I have ever had. I was pleasantly surprised that these thin little strands take only around 20-25 minutes to be cooked. Considering the fact that the dish looks complex and is plentiful when it comes to flavour, even an amateur cook like me could make it super tasty. Louisa’s recipe can only be given credit to be able to fulfil a Chinese food lover’s stomach with velvety soft, scrumptious noodles.