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13 Recipes You Won’t Believe Are Gluten-Free

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you suffer from Celiac disease or have a gluten sensitivity, finding new and
creative meal solutions can seem difficult. But keeping dinnertime exciting
doesn’t have to take a professional chef or nutritionist. It merely requires some
good recipes that you can turn to time and time again. Here’s a roundup of some
great staples!

1. One-Pan Balsamic Chicken and Vegetables

One-pan meals are simple
and great for weeknight suppers. The best part is that you can often use any vegetables
and ingredients you have on hand.

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2. Stuffed Cabbage

Stuffed cabbage leaves are
a staple of many Mediterranean cuisines, and another recipe you can easily customize
to suit whatever’s in the fridge. This version, from Seeded At the Table, is a great
starting point.

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3. Salmon with Cucumber Chili Relish

This salmon dish gets a
kick from the cool but spicy cucumber chili relish. Perfect for summer, it’s a
great example of how sometimes the simplest meals are best.

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grilled cheese

4. Grilled Cheese with Gouda, Mushrooms, and Onions

It can be hard to find
good gluten-free bread that isn’t filled with confusing ingredients. Once
you’ve found your go-to, however, try this gourmet grilled cheese — but
consider cutting the butter in half.

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5. Chicken Tacos with Mango and Avocado Salsa

Use corn tortillas for
these chicken tacos, and you won’t have to worry about gluten. The salsa,
meanwhile, is a fresh twist on a classic and can easily be used with other

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6. Spaghetti Squash with Bacon,
Spinach, and Goat Cheese

Spaghetti squash is a
great “hack” for gluten-free cooking. If it’s a recipe you’d normally use pasta
in, try it with this super healthy vegetable instead.

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7. Cauliflower Crust Pizza

You don’t have to go
without pizza just because you can’t have bread. There are numerous pizza crust
recipes out there that use cauliflower as the base, and though they’re a little
unorthodox, the results are delicious.

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8. Potato Salad with Green Beans and Tarragon

A unique twist on a picnic
classic. Try this potato salad at the next family get together.

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chicken kebab

9. Chicken Kebab Salad

The salad options are
endless when you’re eating gluten-free — just hold the croutons. This chicken
kebab salad is a great choice when you want to fire up the grill.

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10. Cinnamon and Coconut Pancakes

Pancakes on a gluten-free
diet? Yes, and you don’t have to eat them for breakfast. Try this recipe with
fresh fruit when you’re craving something different.

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11. Bahamian Bean and Corn Salad

This is another unique
salad option, and it has heat. Make it even healthier by opting for dry or
frozen beans instead of canned ones, which can have a lot of sodium.

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12. Power Protein Salad

With extra protein, this
salad isn’t one to leave you hungry an hour after mealtime. It uses chicken
breasts, but you could mix it up with grilled salmon too.

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13. Cauliflower Lasagna

Like the cauliflower pizza
crust, this recipe leans on the white cruciferous veggie for the “noodles” in

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gluten-free doesn’t have to feel restrictive. Because more and more people are
shunning gluten, you’ll find that recipes and grocery store options are
expanding for this specialized diet. Beware of the highly processed choices
hitting shelves and opt for cooking with whole foods whenever possible.

Posted by: Dr.Health

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