Gluten Free Indian Veg Breakfast
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. Intolerance to this protein by an individual is termed as gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity. Currently there is no cure for this condition. The only thing to be followed is avoid these foods which you are intolerant to. However some people who have wheat as their staple food, find it difficult to do so. This section is specially dedicated to ‘cooking without wheat and its products’.
There are many other grains and their flours available which can be explored. Have a look at the variety of delicacies made using these flours and you are sure to overcome the myth that cooking gluten free is challenging. You can try a variety of flours like jowar flour, nachni flour, soya flour, rice flour, buckwheat flour, bajra flour, rajgira flour, besan as well as brown rice flour. All you need to eliminate from your pantry is wheat flour, rye, barley, semolina (rava), maida, pastas and noodles made with semolina and durum wheat. Oats is another ingredient which is best avoided by gluten intolerant individuals.
Quick Indian Gluten Free Breakfast
Every kitchen is busy in the morning. You have to accommodate cooking breakfast as well take away tiffins for lunch. Given this situation, breakfast being quick and easy is a blessing. And if the recipe is made with just a few easily available ingredients, then it’s like icing on the cake. We have many such options.
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.
Jowar Palak Appe
Explore some delicacies with buckwheat flour too. Locally termed as ‘kutto’ or kutti no daro’, this is one of the healthiest flour too. It comprises of all the amino acids thus a complete protein grain. You can use it in its grain form to make Buckwheat Pancakes and grind it to make its flour and make Buckwheat Dhokla.
Buckwheat Pancakes, Kuttu Pancake Diabetic Snacks
A few other quick gluten free breakfast options are Quick Mini Soya Dosa and Quick Rice Panki.
South Indian Gluten Free Breakfast
There are so many options for Gluten free breakfast. From the basic Idli to Rasam Idli to Idli curry are there to be had with Gluten free Tomato Chutney. Then there are a large collection of Dosas to have as they are made up of rice and dal. There is the classic Dosa to healthy Brown Rice Dosa to Poha Dosa to be had with Coconut Chutney. On weekends when you have extra time on try a slightly elaborate recipe like Mysore Masala Dosa with Green Chutney.
Rasam Idli, Idli Rasam
Crunchy Gluten Free Indian Breakfast
Who doesn’t like crunchy snacks? Crunchy crispy savouries flavoured with a variety of spices can be an exciting experience for anyone. You can serve homemade gluten free snacks like chakli, khakhra, puris etc. with a hot cup of Masala Chai. Since kids love these kind of crunchy snacks, these can be on-the-go breakfast for them. You can try bajra methi khakhra, which has the goodness of iron and nachni soya puri, which provides good amounts of calcium for your bones.
Bajra Methi Khakhra ( Gluten Free Recipe)
Chakli is another jar snack which we all love. Try a non-wheat version like Rice flour chakli. While this is deep-fried, if you wish you can also a baked version of gluten free chakli like Nutritious Chakli. This is made by combining 3 gluten free flours – ragi flour, soya flour and nachni flour.
Baking instead of deep-frying the puris helps reduce the calorie count. Store it in an air-tight container and take along to office, school or even on a journey.
Gluten Free Bread
Bread is one food which gluten intolerant individuals miss the most. But do not despair. Today there are many varieties of bread which can be made without maida. Since even a restricted ingredient in small quantity can be quite irritating for gluten sensitive people, we highly recommend that you bake your own bread and sit back and enjoy it. You need to definitely invest in a good oven.
Almond Flax Bread with Eggs is one gluten free option for you to try your hand at. This is a really unique snack, which tastes great and is a chock-full of good health too. Almonds and eggs both are a very good dose of protein which is required by every cell of our body for its health, maintenance and repair.
Almond Flax Bread with Eggs, Gluten Free
Another way to make bread is by using a combination of rice flour and cornflour. Yes, you guessed it right.. It’s the Rice flour Bread. This bread is dense and not airy like wheat loaves, but it definitely has an interesting taste and texture that everyone will enjoy, especially when relished fresh on the day it is made.
And if you want to go healthy then add healthy grains like buckwheat and quinoa to these flour and make something unique like Buckwheat and Quinoa Bread. This multi-grain bread with a nice crust and dense mealy texture is wonderful to bite into. It lasts in the fridge in an airtight container for 4 days.
Buckwheat and Quinoa Bread
It is amazing how correct ingredients merely mixed together can create such a wholesome and tongue-tingling effect! Indeed, the perfectly balanced textures and exciting flavours can please the most fussiest person. Try the breakfast options from this section on gluten free breakfast ideas and begin your day with a tension-free mind of no allergy effect on your body.
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