What Do Celiacs Eat For Dinner?

Chilli con carne

Honey pork

Gluten free dinner time for me tends to involve a lot of different veggies plus tofu, egg, beans, meat, fish or a combination. In terms of gluten free grains I like rice, quinoa and amaranth. My favourite gluten free dinner of all time is probably chilli con carne. I also love egg, veggie and kimchi fried rice! Simple, tasty and a great way to use up leftover vegetables. Every now and again (like yesterday!) nothing beats a big bowl of gluten free cereal for dinner! 😀

To keep meals interesting and to introduce new gluten free foods into my diet I’m always looking for new ideas to try. Yesterday I asked you what you like to eat for gluten free dinner and this is what you said. Perhaps some of these ideas will inspire your next gluten free meal…

  • Gluten free tacos
  • Vegetable and rice noodle soup
  • Garlic bread with tomatoes, mozzarella, herbs, onions, vinegar and olive oil
  • Gluten free fish pie
  • Grilled meat or fish with veggies and scalloped potatoes au gratin
  • Stir fried veggies with chopped up sausage or chicken
  • Fish with avocado salad
  • Corn-quinoa pasta with sun dried tomatoes, goats cheese and mixed greens
  • Vegetable chilli
  • Curry
  • Sashimi
  • Gluten free cereal
  • Home made gluten free pizza
  • Gluten free meatloaf
  • Thai curry with rice or quinoa
  • Tuna, red onion, green chilli, greek yoghurt, lime juice & fresh coriander served on baked sweet potatoes
  • Chicken marsala
  • Saute chicken or sausage with peppers and onions over polenta or a baked potato
  • Grilled vegetables with rice or quinoa
  • Polenta chips with spices
  • Gluten free vegetarian nachos
  • Vegetable stir fry
  • Gluten free burgers
  • Sushi
  • Gluten free pasta & sauce
  • Gluten free asparagus pancakes
  • Gluten free pasta with pesto
  • Vegetable and sausage omelette
  • Gluten free spaghetti bolognese

What do you like to eat for your gluten free evening meal? Share your favourites in the comments below..


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  • Pete UK

    Oct 23rd, 2012

    I have a few staples but particularly enjoy Chilli Con Carne (good choice) as well as Thai curry or Indian. A lot of Indian food uses GF flour such as chickpea and rice. GF pasta can make for a quick meal but I also tend to eat a lot more fish and veg now too.