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Vegan corn kebab-glutenfreeindian.com

Vegan corn kebab-glutenfreeindian.com

Vegan corn kebab-glutenfreeindian.com This is again a simple recipe, throw a few things together and your Kebab is ready. I am using sweet potato instead of the regular potato. Sweet potato is loaded with antioxidants, it is cheap and easily available so makes every sense […]

The softest gluten free garlic & herb bread recipe-glutenfreeindian.com

The softest gluten free garlic & herb bread recipe-glutenfreeindian.com

The softest gluten free garlic & herb bread recipe: If you are looking for the softest and yummiest Gluten Free bread recipe then your search stops here 🙂 Hi! For this recipe, please subscribe to the newsletter. Thanks!

Lemon syrup and yogurt Gluten-free cake recipe-eggless option available too

Lemon syrup and yogurt Gluten-free cake recipe-eggless option available too

Lemon syrup and yogurt Gluten-free cake recipe: You can literally make this with ingredients from your pantry, no need to purchase any special ingredients. So should be start baking?? Prep Time: 15mins Cooking Time: 40mins Total: 50-55mins INGREDIENTS: Gluten Free all purpose flour: 1 1/2 […]

How to make chaat masala at home

How to make chaat masala at home

How to make chaat masala at home: Ingredients: Cumin seeds – 100 grams Whole Coriander – 100 grams Black peppercorns – 50 grams Dry Mango Powder: 30 grams Ajwain (Caraway seeds): 10 grams Whole Red chilli – 10 grams Plain salt – 200 grams Black […]

World’s best vegan ‘chicken’ soup seasoning

World’s best vegan ‘chicken’ soup seasoning

World’s best vegan ‘chicken’ soup seasoning: I am saying world’s best because it truly is! The ultimate Dry Glutenfree Vegan Mix! Just add water for the most incredible broth to use in all your favourite recipes. Replaces store bought broth powder wonderfully. Now that winter […]

Yogurt and moong daal chila

Yogurt and moong daal chila

Yogurt and moong daal chila I make these gluten- free crepes very often. This is super easy to make, and you do not need a lot of spices for this, even the basic turmeric, red chilli powder/paprika and salt are enough. Even before we jump […]

Yummiest glutenfree chocolate cake recipe- glutenfreeindian.com

Yummiest glutenfree chocolate cake recipe- glutenfreeindian.com

Yummiest glutenfree chocolate cake recipe: Here’s what you need to bake this chocolate heaven goodness: Ingredients: 1. Glutenfree all purpose flour (GF maida): 1/2 cups 2. Almond flour:1/2 cup 3. Cocoa Powder: 3/4 cup (60gms) 4. Shredded chocolate chunks : 2 tbsp 5. Baking Soda: […]

The most awesome gluten free bread recipe

The most awesome gluten free bread recipe

The most awesome gluten free bread recipe: I love this recipe, i find the recipe easy and the bread that i get is nice and soft. I ate a bread in Amsterdam and wanted to recreate that in my kitchen, although i could never make […]

Glutenfree eggless vanilla & chocolate marble cake cooked in pressure cooker

Glutenfree eggless vanilla & chocolate marble cake cooked in pressure cooker

Glutenfree eggless vanilla & chocolate marble cake cooked in pressure cooker: My oven isn’t working properly plus i love to do crazy things in the kitchen so decided to give this a go. Loved the way this cake turned out, i feel it is better […]

Gluten free Namak Paare or Nimki recipe- glutenfreeindian.com

Gluten free Namak Paare or Nimki recipe- glutenfreeindian.com

Gluten free Namak Paare or Nimki recipe- glutenfreeindian.com Every Indian has grown up eating Namak Paare at home. Every home has a different way of creating the shapes but they almost taste the same. This year when the monsoon finally hit Delhi i suddenly had […]


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Tips to make gluten-free travel easy- glutenfreeindian

Tips to make gluten-free travel easy- glutenfreeindian

1. Research before you travel: I have literally divided the world like this- gluten eating world and non-gluten eating world. Travelling to countries where they eat a lot of rice is still easier. For example, countries like Vietnam and Thailand didn’t trouble much but when I was in Portugal I was hungry the entire day because I forgot to pack my lunch. So it is always better to know the place before you leave. land the destination, hop on a cab and go to the nearest supermarket where you can get GF supplies.

2. Learn how to say ‘no gluten’ in local language: This may sound funny but it really helped me at many places. I had written the words down on a paper and would show to the waiter or the storekeeper everytime I wanted to communicate and when they couldn’t understand English.

3. Stay at an Airbnb: make sure you stay at a place where there is a proper kitchen to cook. You can get the GF ingredients from the market and make your own food. make sandwiches, pack salads etc and you are set for the entire day. This has literally saved my life, now I hardly look for hotels.

4. Carry fruits or snacks always: long trips to the markets, museums or the beaches can be hectic, so always carry something in your bag.

5. Book GF meals with the airlines before leaving: before booking the flight check with the airlines, many airlines do have a separate GF menu. make sure you book the airline with a GF menu when it is along haul flight also make sure you pre book the meal because you have to notify them in advance.

6. Book your accommodation around a market area: I always do this so that I can go to the supermarket or the fruit store to buy fresh produce.