Going gluten-free sounds scary at first, but not once you realize you’ll never have to sacrifice flavor. Sticking to a gluten-free lifestyle is easier than ever with the right recipes. And once you try these gluten-free versions of classic favorites, you — and everyone you feed them to — will be asking for more. From spicy shrimp tacos to drool-worthy stir-fry, add these recipes to your dinner rotation and never look back.
Naturally gluten-free rice noodles and tofu bob alongside fresh carrots, snow peas, sprouts, and scallions in this big flavor stir-fry. Dressed with a mixture of gluten-free soy sauce, creamy nut butter, spicy sriracha, lime zest, and ginger, this simple spring recipe explodes with flavor and nutrients. Bring any leftovers for lunch tomorrow and enjoy this noodle dish chilled.
Nothing screams spring like a plate full of leafy greens. As for the rest of this sheet-pan dish, well, there’s no classic crowd-pleaser like meat and potatoes. Crispy fingerling potatoes, savory sausage links (Check the label to make sure it’s gluten-free) , and sweet mustard sauce offer up a pleasant aroma and palatable suite of flavors — and all done in less than 30 minutes.
Vibrant, crunchy, and packed with an impressive number of different vegetables, a couple (or a few, we won’t judge) of these brilliantly colorful spring rolls will satisfy you for hours. Wrapped in rice paper and dunked in spicy-sweet peanut sauce, these will steal a spot on your regular dinner repertoire.
Taco Tuesday? How about Taco Everyday? Spicy sauteed shrimp on crispy, gluten-free corn tortillas topped with cilantro, mango, black beans, and flaked coconut… Need I say more? Light and refreshing yet incredibly satisfying, these gluten-free shrimp tacos might just replace your old favorite taco recipe.
This green curry features fresh carrots, asparagus, and spinach for a nutritional powerhouse of a meal. We’re big fans of it’s bold flavor and simplicity. Serve it over any gluten-free grain of choice — rice, quinoa, amaranth, bulgar — for a hearty dinner. You can also experiment with the mix-ins to make this meal your own. Try adding sliced peppers, snow peas or other spring veggies. It’s a tasty way to use up all the good stuff showing up at the market.