When you first find out that you have a gluten sensitivity, you begin to notice that gluten is everywhere. It isn’t surprising, considering that grains are a staple of most people’s diets and that many grain products are packed with gluten.
You don’t have to live your life feeling deprived if you. Check out these gluten free recipes your whole family will love, and which won’t keep you in the kitchen for hours.
This sounds like a surprising one because most sesame chicken is breaded, and that breading has gluten.
This sesame chicken recipe skips the breading, making the dish gluten free and also healthier than the original.
You’ll use a unique sauce combining apricot jam, ketchup, ginger, soy sauce, and crushed red pepper along with garlic and onions. You’ll cook the chicken in this sauce, serve it on a bed of rice, and your job is done.
Spaghetti is one of those people-pleasers. You’d have a hard time finding someone who doesn’t like spaghetti. You don’t have to give it up to go gluten free.
It’s all about finding a noodle substitute. While Recipe Marker offers unique ideas for other healthy substitutions, nature itself gives us a simple noodle substitute: spaghetti squash.
To do this, start with a spaghetti squash and cut it in half, lengthwise. Don’t forget to scoop out the seeds.
As with any roasted vegetable, sprinkle olive oil, salt, and pepper onto the cut sides of the squash. Keep it light so the squash doesn’t get soggy.
Next, flip the squash so the cut sides are on the pan. Use a fork to poke a few holes in the rind. Leaving the cut side down, roast the squash for up to 40 minutes in a 400-degree oven.
Finally, remove the squash from the oven and let it cool for a few minutes. Take a fork to separate out the “noodles.”
Pair this with your favorite gluten free spaghetti sauce and meat if you choose, and dinner is served.
This dish is a unique spin on the traditional Mexican quesadilla. If you’ve never made quesadillas before, they’re among the simplest dinner recipes you can find and, and kids and adults both love them.
Of course, any gluten free quesadilla starts with a gluten free tortilla. You can use anything you want as the filling.
This bacon ranch quesadilla recipe uses turkey bacon, fresh spinach, ranch dressing, and shredded cheese. You can add some green onion for crunch as well.
Toss everything in the middle and use a frying pan or griddle to crisp the outside of the quesadilla. Serve it all up with salsa for dipping. If you prefer, you can use the special sauce in the recipe above: half ranch dressing, half salsa.
Gluten sensitivity or Celiac’s disease doesn’t have to be as much of a disruption in your life as you expect. With gluten free recipes like these, you can still serve up delicious dinners that fit your schedule.
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