Gluten Free Traffic Light Rice

Since being diagnosed as coeliac, rice has been my gluten free best friend! Thankfully, I was always much more of a rice girl in pre-coeliac days anyway so using rice in a large percentage of my meals feels normal to me.

Bibimbap, a Korean rice dish which literally means ‘mixed meal’ was one of my favourites when I lived in Seoul and is the inspiration for many mixed meals that I make these days. Simple, gluten free and as colourful as possible is the way to go. If kimchi is involved, even better!

Traffic light rice

Ingredients (serves 2)

  • 1 cup of rice
  • half can of sweetcorn
  • half can of peas
  • red pepper
  • half an onion
  • garlic
  • chilli powder
  • tomato paste (or kimchi)
  • dried seaweed

How to make it

  • Empty one cup of rice and 1.5 cups of water into a pot and turn heat on
  • When rice starts boiling, take off heat and cover
  • Slice garlic, onion and pepper and fry in pan
  • Add corn and peas and mix
  • Add some tomato paste and chilli powder
    (this can be substituted for spicy Kimchi to make it more Korean if available and depending on your mood)
  • Add veggie mixture to boiled rice and mix together
  • Serve with dried seaweed on the side and enjoy!
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