Whether you are looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner or something inbetween like a snack or even dessert there are a wide range of gluten free meal ideas to choose from.
Serve with rice or chapati or naan for a quick Indian dinner. You can add vegetables and also use it as a filling for pies or samosas.
This is a great tasting and spicy eggplant curry. You can peel the eggplant or use it with the skin on. Serve this garnished with chopped coriander and a raita on the side.
Chicken is pan fried in butter and paprika and served with pan fried mushrooms and onions. Delicious Hungarian comfort food.
Bocconcini are small balls of fresh mozzarella, an Italian cheese made from buffalo milk but now also made from cow's milk. Soft and fresh they keep for 2 days in brine in the refrigerator.
Fresh scallops are grilled and served with a creamy white wine, eschalot and butter sauce.
A good vegetable frittata is a simple and satisfying meal and easily customisable to whatever you have on hand - just make sure you add the longest cooking vegetables first.
This is a simple main course to impress your friends with. It does not take long to make and is very filling. For a big eater, I could only manage 1½ of these. If you are hosting for light eaters, you might consider cutting them in half after they are cooked. Mashed potatoes complements it very well, along with asparagus, roasted sweet potatoes or risotto.
This is a great vegetarian main with no pasta or crust. It is good cold or warm and it also freezes well.
Easy gluten-free and dairy-free pies made with spring roll wrappers instead of pastry. These can also be reheated the following day or eaten cold.
In this tasty pie dish, ramekins filled with tuna/salmon with herbs and veggies then topped with mashed sweet potato and cheese substitute and baked.