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Top BEST Light & Easy Gluten Free Recipes

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Be it health conscious people or people suffering from wheat allergy, maintaining a gluten-free diet is very important.

To know little details about gluten-free recipes you should know What Gluten Is.

Gluten is a type of protein mostly found in wheat, barley and rye. It is also found in food products made of these grains. And wheat is one of the most consumed gluten-rich grains.

Why Prefer Gluten-free Recipes?

Although many people can tolerate gluten just fine, still some are there who suffer from celiac disease or are gluten intolerant. No matter what your case if, you can always try some tasty gluten-free foods. Such recipes are made with ingredients that do not contain gluten at all. Some of the delicious gluten-free recipes are:

  • Sai bhaji
  • Aloo bhindi
  • Dal tadka
  • Shami kebab
  • Spicy eggplant stir fry
  • Dry vegetable masala

Let’s go and see some of the exciting gluten-free recipes that are nutritious and light.

Spicy eggplant stir fry is a great dish that can be served as a starter or goes well with the main course. This is prepared by chopped eggplants. Make sure that the pieces are long. Next, you need to dry roast some spices to add aroma and flavour to the dish. Other necessary ingredients of this dish are lentils (preferably urad dal), onion, garlic, grated coconut, chilli powder, mustard seeds, jaggery and salt as per taste. The whole frying should be done well so that the spices get well mixed with the eggplant and leaves a rich flavour. To get the detailed recipe stop by the desilicious kitchen.

Another interesting recipe that is absolutely gluten-free is shami kebab made from mattar dal, green peas, spinach and mashed potato as the main ingredients. This is a very easy recipe as all the ingredients along with some spices and salt need to be mixed well in a mixing bowl. Make sure you roast the chana dal and grind it in a mixer. Also, the green peas need to get boiled and then ground. These kebabs taste superb with chutneys and sauces.

Dal fry tadka recipe is made of lentils that need to be soaked for about 20 minutes. The other ingredients are garlic paste, turmeric, chilli powder, coriander leaves, chopped tomatoes, kasuri methi, dry mango powder, coriander powder, salt, chopped green chillies and whole garam masala. This tadka dal is rich in flavour but is healthy as it contains the goodness of lentils. The two most important things to remember while preparing dal tadka are- the dal should be boiled well in the pressure cooker and after adding the tempering you should close the lid of the pan so that the aroma gets absorbed in the dal.

Gluten-free foods are after all, too good to resist. Try some today and eat healthy.

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Ikea large chair with your pretty add-ons

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it’s no key that Ikea is a good position to purchase inexpensive child products. But here’s one way to modify one of their hottest items.

Recognize this large chair? It’s no key that Ikea is a good position to purchase child products. And at $25 (currently available for sale in Europe for $19.99), the Ikea Antelop large chair is hard to beat. It’s wipeable, the feet come down and you may even bunch them. But similar to the chair, the Ikea-made components for the Antilop are pretty basic.

Enter Yeah Child Goods.

Frustrated by the hard to remove tray, very roomy seat—and the fact that nothing of the Ikea components participate in the decor of her house, mompreneur Katie Kruithof decided to give her chair an upgrade. She designed dishwasher safe, food-grade silicone placemats to match perfectly in to the prevailing tray, which is often removed for quick clean-up. Next came designer cloth covers for the Antilop chair place (available from Ikea for $5). In 2016, she exposed an Etsy store and started selling the products to different Ikea-loving parents.

In 2019, she included adjustable base sits in bamboo, maple and cherry wood to give the chair the perfect concluding touch. Notice: occupational counselors agree that large chairs without base sits can be detrimental to mealtime achievement as it leaves baby’s feet hanging, which is often rather uncomfortable.

While plenty of different hacks of the Antilop chair exist on the web (this one employs a cheap exercise group to make a pseudo base rest), Kruithof easily has one of the very visually attractive approaches.

  • Have a look at a several items under (Pinterest moms, you have been informed!):
  • A social justice-themed support cover.

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