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Gluten Free at Wok & Wine Edinburgh

Gluten Free Chinese Food at Wok & WineLast week I paid a visit to the Wok & Wine restaurant in Edinburgh. As the name suggests, Wok & Wine is a Chinese restaurant that also serves a good selection of wine. If you have coeliac disease you will know that eating out in Chinese restaurants can be a challenge due to the fact that soy sauce appears prominently in many dishes. Wok & Wine provide a separate gluten free menu that includes a good selection of dishes made with gluten free soy sauce and using potato and rice flour instead of wheat flour.

You can find Wok & Wine on 57a Frederick ... Read More...

Gluten Free at Rosa Mexicano in South Beach Miami

Guacamole at Rosa Mexicana - Gluten FreeI hadn’t had a Mexican meal since before I went on a gluten free diet, so I was delighted to find that Rosa Mexicano featured a gluten free menu!

Rosa Mexicana is a chain restaurant and can be found in two locations in Miami – Lincoln Road Mall and in Mary Brickell Village, which is a shopping mall in downtown Miami.

You can also find Rosa Mexicano in Boston, LA, Washington DC, Atlanta, Minneapolis and a few others.

The restaurant is very bright and colourful and the one we visited in Miami was also pretty big. They  have a ... Read More...

Gluten Free Hummus Recipe

Gluten free hummus recipeI love hummus and the great thing is that it is usually gluten free. The main ingredients are chickpeas, olive oil, garlic and lemon juice and it is widely available in supermarkets and whole food stores. As always, just be sure to check the label to make sure that no gluten has been added to the recipe.

Recently I started making my own hummus and I was amazed at how quick and easy it was to make. I can usually make this in around 5 minutes and it keeps in the fridge for around 2-3 days.

It’s also very versatile and ... Read More...

Chicken and Spinach Curry Jalfrezi Style (Gluten Free)

gluten free chicken jalfrezi spinach curryI didn’t cook Indian curries very often before I started a gluten free diet, but recently I’ve come to love them! I’ve found that pretty much every Indian curry recipe I’ve come across so far has been naturally gluten free and the taste that you get from creating a curry from scratch is just amazing!

Another good thing is that you don’t need too many specialist ingredients. You can buy all the dried herbs and spices from your local supermarket and they’ll last in your store cupboard for many months or years.

My latest creation is something that I call “Chicken Spinach Jalfrezi”. I’ve made this a ... Read More...