8 Gluten-Free Meals to Take You Out of Your Routine
Having gluten sensitivity or celiac disease doesn’t have to condemn you to a life of bland on a plate. There are plenty of gluten-free meals that you can try to make, juicy and dripping with flavor. Here are some of them.
Okay, so maybe you can’t have any bread or pasta or a bunch of other things that you crave. But there are plenty of good-to-eat things out there for you to try. Bonus: they’re all pretty healthy, too!
8 gluten-free meals to try soon
And now, a vegan dish coming to us right from the Asian cuisine. This one is centered on the protein-rich soybean plant. You’ll use it in the form of firm tofu, sweet-salty hoisin sauce, and soy sauce. Spike with chili and ginger, stir-fry, and you won’t be sorry. It can be used in a low-carb diet, or even as a side dish over some meat. It’s up to you, really.
Try your hand at the herby, aromatic, and warming Pho soup, a Vietnamese specialty. First, you prepare your own beef stock. It’s easy and besides, you can flavor it the way you want. This time try the spicy and tangy goodies in the ingredient list. Keep the remaining flavored beef stock for later use. Follow the serving steps and be amazed.
Welcome to a hearty side-dish made with creamy white beans and savory sweet onion. Flavor it with thyme, rosemary, and bay. Serve it as a dish in its own right or as a side to sausages or other meat. Either way, prepare for a warming and filling experience.
The distinction between puree and thick soup is not always a clear one. But regardless, this cashew and cauliflower dish is so soft and creamy, that it doesn’t quite matter. Also, soft doesn’t exclude spicy so, be generous with the turmeric, cumin, and smoked paprika. Enjoy a warming and flavorful experience.
When running out of time and when you are a big fan of oats, try this hot and spicy porridge for your breakfast. Make it hearty by mixing in mushrooms and topping it with a soft-boiled egg. We flavored ours with soy sauce and beef stock, but you can always make yours vegetarian.
This creamy leek and potato soup has “nuts” and “seeds” written all over it. It has coconut oil, it has cashews and it has almond milk. As for the garnishing, rosemary-flavored sautéed pumpkin seeds seemed to us like a glorious choice. Prepare to go nuts.
Beware! These decadent bites are extremely delicious. Fried bacon rolls wrapped around cheese-stuffed prunes can turn you into a greedy gobbler. To make things even more delicious pair the sweet-tart prunes and crispy salty bacon with a sharp honey sauce.
What would you say about trying a smooth chocolate dessert inspired to us by the French cuisine? A mousse with whipped cream, yolks, and milk with a jelly served over it. You can increase your chocolate amount if you want an even more chocolaty experience. Give your mousse some texture and an interesting taste upgrade with a raisin and white wine jelly.