Gluten Free Veg Indian Recipes
What is Gluten?
Gluten - a protein found in wheat, semolina (rava) and its products. This condition, called gluten-sensitivity, requires one to eat foods without this particular protein. Many Indians cannot think of a meal without wheat and its by-products, but it is possible - and very tastily too!
It is a must to adapt to such recipes, because those who are gluten-intolerant need to nevertheless consume balanced meals. This section will help you achieve just that, with its vast range of recipes, which span all age groups and preferences. These delicious gluten free Indian snacks, gluten free rotis and gluten free parathas, gluten free Indian desserts and some special, gluten free kids-friendly Indian recipes, will show you that gluten-free meals can be quite peppy too! And, all it takes to make these ever-popular favourites gluten-free are slight changes in the ingredients and cooking methods!
Gluten free Indian breakfast recipes
Jowar Palak appe, is one such example which makes use of only jowar flour, spinach and a handful of spices. Just mix them, add water and pour the batter into apple mound. Then 5 minutes is the only wait time before you can cook and serve them.
There is the classic South Indian options to have.
1. Brown Rice Dosa to
2. Poha Dosa to be had with Coconut Chutney.
Ingredients to avoid for Gluten Free Veg Diet
Indian Veg Foods to Avoid for Gluten Free Diet
Gluten free parathas
Yes, we show you some lovely parathas you can have without any wheat or maida.
Rajgira flour for Gluten Free Paratha (Amaranth/Ramadana flour): It is obtained from Rajgira which is the seed of the Amaranth plant. It is a very rich source of protein, calcium and iron. During fast, Indians make Rajgira Paratha .
Buckwheat (Kuttu) flour for Gluten free Paratha: It is called "Kutti-no daro" in Gujarati and "kutto" in most other Indian languages. Buckwheat is high in Protein and Gluten Free which is used to make Suva Buckwheat Paratha.
Gluten free Indian desserts
Here are some gluten free halwas for you to try.
1. Our gajar ka halwa with khoya is a Punjabi carrot halwa recipe. Many a shortcut there might be, but sometimes the traditional method of making a mithai yields the richest taste! This authentic recipe of authentic gajar ka halwa proves that!
2. Anjeer Halwa : Richness personified, the Anjeer Halwa is a really striking dessert made of puréed figs, powdered almonds and milk powdered, cooked with ghee and a little bit of sugar to add to the natural sweetness of figs.
3. Doodhi Halwa : A traditional mithai that everybody has a reason to like—some for the taste, some for the goodness of doodhi and milk, and some for the warm feeling it instils on a rainy day!
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