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You can make this with rice noodles or pure buckwheat soba noodles. The key is to cook the noodles only until they're halfway done, and then remove them from the hot water. They should be pliable, but still firm in the center. Pan-frying will finishes the cooking process. Add chicken, or shrimp, and you have the makings of a great meal.
One easy way to get a wider grain profile, and more nutrition, into your diet is to add gluten-free grains to standard brown, white or mixed rice.
If you love fried chicken, and especially if you love great fried chicken that happens to be gluten-free, then you’ll love Japanese-style fried chicken that uses potato starch to create a golden crispy crust, and a truly tender, juicy fried chicken that will have empty plates asking for more.
Want to crush it at your next big party this year? This fried chicken recipe will help you kick any party into high gear. From Manhattan to San Francisco, and points beyond, Korean fried chicken is all the rage in the food world.
For those lucky enough to have traveled in Lao, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam, these lettuce wraps might seem familiar. Variations on lettuce cups are fairly common in the cuisine of those countries.
Here's a yummy, easy to make recipe for Thai-style basil chicken that combines three sauces, onions, peppers, garlic, and, of course, plenty of basil.
This green curry is one of my favorite Thai-style meals to cook at home. It is easy to make, and delicious. It can be served over rice or gluten-free noodles, and you can include whatever vegetables you like or have on hand. You can also add any kind of meat or tofu you desire, as you are cooking the vegetables.
This quick easy stir-fry uses skirt steak, mushroom, sweet red pepper and Chinese broccoli or greens to deliver big flavor and a tasty meal.
This recipe for chasew chicken is easy to make, and delivers a tasty dish that will please most eaters, and help you to liven up your dinner repertoire.
Soba is a Japanese classic. This version marries gluten-free pure buckwheat noodles, steak, snow peas, and a few other simple ingredients to deliver dish that pays homage to soba's traditional roots.
This quick, delicious stir-fry brings together juicy pork, green beans, green onions, sweet red peppers, ginger, garlic and other simple ingredients to deliver a sophisticated flavor.
Here's a quick, tasty way to enjoy Thai-style coconut curry on the barbecue. I like to prepare the marinade a day ahead of time, and let the pork marinate overnight, but they're pretty good with just a 30-minute soak before grilling. This is a great way to use up any extra pork chops.
Eating grilled meat or seafood off sticks is a rite of passage in Thailand. Street-side food stands are ubiquitous in Bangkok, and offer a mind-boggling variety of options.
whenever I crave gyoza, I fire up the grill, and get busy mixing up some gyoza skewers. I think they're a great gluten-free alternative to traditional gyoza.
This recipe produces tasty gluten-free kebabs of teriyaki-glazed chicken, shrimp and/or salmon. Serve alone for a snack, or with rice and salad or grilled vegetables for a full meal.
These Thai-style beef and chicken skewers are a big hit at parties and barbecues. They taste great with peanut sauce, and will deliver big flavor and lots of smiles every time I make them.
Seared ahi tuna is a real treat, and this recipe makes it easier than ever to serve up a delicious ahi feast on a stick.
This is a flexible recipe, and you can substitute chicken or pork for shrimp. You can also use sugar snap peas...
Along with lemon chicken, orange beef is one of my many favorite Chinese dishes. In the days before I went gluten-free, I ordered orange beef whenever I got the chance. Now, like many other dishes, many restaurants dredge their beef in wheat flour when making Orange Beef, so I've grown much more careful.