I love to cook this colorful skillet full of some of my favorite veggies, all of which are ideal for a gluten-free diet. Even better, they’re also in season right now so you may be able to find them at your local farm market. Each is good by itself, but combining them is even better! You’ll have a powerful punch of antioxidants and vitamins if you eat this dish, especially vitamins A, B, C, E, K and folate, not to mention minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium.
If you like tender, hot bites of chicken with crisp-tender vegetables, this gluten-free chicken stir-fry will make a quick and easy meal for you. You can modify it easily to satisfy your family’s tastes, even if you’re cooking for a gluten-free diet and a regular diet at the same time, simply by adding or changing the vegetables.
A salad with napa cabbage has a more tender texture and a milder, sweeter flavor than most types of American cabbage. And, to make it even better, its vitamins and minerals make it a healthy addition to a gluten-free diet.
Recently I was looking for another way to include kale in some of our gluten-free meals. Kale is a powerhouse of nutrition to use in a healthy gluten-free diet. We’ve eaten kale in salads, had it steamed and braised, and even baked it into chips. I decided this time to include kale in another of our favorite dishes, a “skillet dinner.” You probably know what a “skillet dinner” is, but my personal definition is that it’s a quick skillet-full of several nutritious gluten-free things that I have on hand, including meat, if you want it. In my home, an ideal “skillet dinner” satisfies everyone at my table. Plus, it is fairly easy to clean up. (I especially like the “easy-to-clean-up” [...]
I love the flavor of napa cabbage. It’s such a pleasant, healthy addition to my gluten-free diet.
It has a problem, though…
…It’s so delicate that it can easily be overwhelmed if it’s combined with the wrong flavors and textures.