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Shrimp Stir-Fry with Bok Choy, Mushrooms and Spinach

My family loves this meal! Personally, I like to have this gluten-free stir-fry as a low-carb meal. For the rest of the household, rice or gluten-free noodles are optional side dishes – and according to my husband, they are required. The stir-fry works well either way. And I love to serve whole foods to my family.

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Easy, Gluten-Free Chicken Breasts in the Crockpot for Two

The other day, I was facing an extremely hectic schedule. So, I really needed an easy gluten-free meal that wouldn’t take much work or attention. Also, beca…

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Potato Salad with Agave and Bacon Dressing — Gluten-Free

On a hot summer day, a scoop of tangy, creamy, crunchy potato salad makes a great gluten-free side dish.

This versatile standby, dressed up with agave nectar and bacon, complements a barbecue sandwich or a hot fillet of fish or a grilled hot dog equally well. Better yet, it can be prepared earlier in the day, so the kitchen isn’t hot from cooking potatoes.

With a little care, potato salad can be gluten-free without any special substitutes.If you’re new to gluten-free cooking, remember to use mayonnaise that has not been contaminated by a gluten-y knife or spoon.

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Gluten-Free Chicken Soup with Mushroom and Onion

A light, flavorful, yet filling bowl of homemade chicken soup fits a lot of descriptions. It’s nutritious. Comforting. Easy on the waistline. Not so well known is how easy it can be to make. Even gluten-free soup can be quick and easy.

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Pan-Grilled Asparagus, Garlic and Parsley

As fresh asparagus begins to show up in the produce market in abundance, I find many recipes to enjoy it – soups, salads, sides, quiches – you get the idea. The best way to enjoy it, though, is perhaps the simplest – pan-grilled in a little oil (or, if you’re like my husband, in a little butter) until crisp-tender, with simple herbs and maybe a squeeze of lemon just before serving. This is cooking gluten-free, making food everyone will like.

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Roast Chicken with Savory Vegetables — Simple, Healthy and Gluten-Free – Yes, Gluten-Free IS Healthy!

We roasted a chicken a few days ago, the way my mother used to make one. She didn’t need to cook for a celiac or gluten-intolerant diet. Her recipe for roast chicken was naturally gluten-free.

Simple. Healthy. Natural. Economical, too. I’m amazed at how much the same food costs if someone else cooks it for me!

It was simple, and it was healthy, and it was gluten-free.

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Slow-Cooked Corned Beef Dinner – That’s Gluten-Free As Easy As It Gets!

Many traditional meals have to change somewhat to become gluten-free, but for St. Patrick’s Day, we don’t need to change our favorite meal. Most of the corned beef brisket I’ve found to cook is safe for gluten sensitive people. That doesn’t mean I don’t thoroughly verify the ingredients, but this is one of the easiest meals for someone with celiac disease or gluten intolerance.

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