Bright, soothing ginger undergirds this tropical blend that’s rich in vitamin C. Enjoy this shrub by the spoonful or add it to beverages and vinaigrettes.
Almost any vegetable can be turned into a crisp, tangy pickle. Jalapeño peppers and root veggies like beets can be fermented and preserved to enjoy as a gluten-free condiment, a gluten-free salad or a gluten-free side dish.
Gluten-Free Pickled Beet Slices are delicious with gluten-free burgers and gluten-free sandwiches, in gluten-free salads and on gluten-free antipasto trays.
Jalapeño peppers are easy to grow and they produce an abundant yield. Red jalapeños may have an extra-peppery kick. Wear gloves when slicing them to avoid getting residue on your hands and rubbing your face or eyes. This gluten-free recipe uses sliced peppers with some seeds. To reduce the heat, remove all the seeds. Enjoy these pickles in Mexican dishes or wherever you enjoy a bite of extra heat.
Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish of fermented vegetables. Ruby kimchi contains colorful vegetables and red chilis. Blonde kimchi is less colorful and milder in flavor. Enjoy gluten-free kimchi as a healthy and refreshing side salad and as a condiment on rice, meat, tacos and scrambled eggs.
It’s easier than ever to eat your vegetables, thanks to the spiralizer. This inexpensive, little gadget is the hottest new kitchen tool since the potato peeler. It turns veggies into “noodles,” “rice” and “grits,” replacing these super-starchy standards with more nutritious gluten-free choices.
This Gluten-Free Blonde Kimchi recipe can be made mild to moderately spicy. Adjust the heat by adding more or fewer chilis or selecting a hotter or milder type. Asian radishes (daikon, black, watermelon) differ in flavor from conventional salad radishes, so don’t substitute.
This Gluten-Free Ruby kimchi recipe can be made mild to moderately spicy. Adjust the heat by adding more or fewer chilis or selecting a hotter or milder type. Asian radishes (daikon, black, watermelon) differ in flavor from conventional salad radishes, so don’t substitute.
Transform zucchini into gluten-free noodles or gluten-free “zoodles” and combine them with this gluten-free, allergy-friendly pesto. It’s packed with nutrient-dense ingredients and turns this dish into a delicious, creamy entrée. For added protein, stir a can of rinsed garbanzo beans into the pesto before tossing with the zoodles.
This classic gluten-free Creole dish has a healthy twist. It calls for chicken Andouille sausage and is served with Sweet Potato Grits and Garlic Collard Greens. Okra adds a nutritional boost with vitamins, minerals and fiber. If you don’t enjoy okra, substitute green beans.