Gluten Free Dinner Recipes

Here are a few Gluten Free Dinner Recipes to try out.

Curry with Thai-Style Tofu and Butternut Squash

  • Warm the oil in a heavy medium saucepan over medium-low heat. Stir in the white portion of the green onions and the ginger for 2 minutes, or until aromatic. Stir in the squash for 1 minute to warm it up. Bring to a simmer in the coconut milk, 3/4 cup (6 fl oz/180 ml) water, lime juice, fish sauce, curry paste, and sugar. Incorporate the tofu. Cook, partially covered, for about 20 minutes, or until the squash is just tender. Cook for 2 minutes, or until the chard has wilted.
  • Divide the rice among four warmed bowls and fluff with a fork. Pour the curry over the top. Sprinkle with the green portion of the green onions and the basil and serve straight immediately.

Honey-Mustard Glazed Salmon with Grilled Asparagus

  • Why spend money and calories on a dinner that you can make at home in less time than it takes to order out? Furthermore, if you ever plan to convince your child to eat fish, this 3-minute sauce (which also works well on shrimp, scallops, and chicken) is the secret to this grilled salmon dish.

Baked Chicken with Tomatoes and Capers

  •  This baked chicken breast dish calls for roasting the meat with tomatoes and capers, then basting it in a flavorful broth with olive oil to keep it moist and eventually providing it with both a chunky, textural topping and an incredibly gratifying sauce to pour all over the top. Plus, you’ll save more than just calories—you’ll save time on cleanup!

Gluten Free Dinner Recipes – Jambalaya

  • By reducing the rice ratio (or even replacing it with quinoa for a gluten-free option) and increasing the veggies and protein, this jambalaya dish drastically reduces the calories and carbohydrates. But don’t worry: it still has enough soul (and taste) to please even the most discriminating Creole reviewers.

Teriyaki Pork Chops with Sauteed Apples

  • This pork is marinated in a sweet, garlicky teriyaki sauce, and the apples are sautéed with ginger and Chinese spices, creating a beautiful, nuanced yin-yang pairing. These teriyaki pork chops are simple enough to make on a hectic Tuesday night, yet they appear to be sophisticated enough to serve to dinner guests on a memorable Saturday.

Gluten Free Dinner Recipes – Margarita Chicken

  • Margarita chicken, a dinner that can be ready in 20 minutes, has all the same bells and whistles (Cheese! Salsa! Sizzle! ), but without the extra calories and costs spent at a restaurant.

Smoky Ribs in a BBQ Peach Sauce

  • It all begins in the oven, with spice-rubbed ribs slow-roasted until soft. They then proceed to the grill for a concentrated burst of hickory smoke. Finish with a barbecue sauce spiced with whiskey and peach, and you’ve got a ribs dish worthy of any barbecue king.

Chicken Pizzaioli 

  • We skip the breading (which gets mushy below the sauce anyhow) and sear the chicken rather than fried it to lighten things up without sacrificing taste. A dollop of crimson sauce and a small coating of sizzling mozzarella finish the dish—but not you.

Lamb Chops with Tzatziki Sauce

  • Lamb has long been considered a second-class citizen in American families, meat to be consumed just once a year after you’ve had enough of chicken and beef. Unfortunately, lamb is not only flavorful and easy to prepare, but it is also surprisingly lean when prepared correctly.

Seared Scallops with White Beans and Spinach

  • There’s no need to save seared scallops for a special occasion. They pair well with basic, robust foods that bring out their inherent, delicate flavor. They’re a great source of lean protein, incredibly simple to prepare, and go well with both powerful and delicate flavors.

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