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wheat it out easy gluten-free cooking
by Emily Meyer|
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More gluten-free recipes...

mains
asparagus and brie frittata
caribbean beans and rice

confetti scrambled eggs
risotto with carrots and onions
risotto with shiitake mushrooms, zucchini, & roasted red pepper
broiled fish with avocado salsa
chicken curry
chicken and mushroom stew
stir-fried chicken with broccoli
curry chicken with caramelized onions
pernil (roasted pork shoulder)
pesto-stuffed scallops
shrimp balls
spicy grilled shrimp and pepper skewers
steamed scallion chicken
tequila-lime grilled chicken

sides
roasted asparagus
garlicky spinach rice
saffron rice
zucchini sautéed in olive oil
baked zucchini, tomato and cheese

spicy bean sprouts
roasted green beans
basic blanched green beans
braised garden veggies with fresh herbs
lemony brussels sprouts
candied yams
spicy breakfast potatoes
basic tomato sauce (serve with gluten-free pasta)
fresh summer tomato sauce (serve with gluten-free pasta)

desserts
bananas foster
honeyed figs stuffed with almond mascarpone cheese
lemon curd
baked pears in maple syrup
easy fruit sorbet
strawberries withamaretto whipped cream

Gluten does seem to be sneaky and turn up everywhere. But, just by paying careful attention to the ingredients on labels, you can have endless options for delicious cooking! Even for the lucky ones who donít have to worry about eating gluten, itís still worth the effort to make your own stuff. Taking the time to blend up your own salad dressing for example, lets you control what goes into it, resulting in a healthier, more satisfying and tastier dish!

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Emily Meyer is a midwestern cubicle dweller by day who breaks out to work in her art studio and kitchen by night. For feedback or questions, contact Emily through her blog It's Always Something, Isn't It?

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