Gluten-Free Recipes

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Carrot and Red Lentil Soup

This beautiful soup is comfort food in a bowl (and vegan!). 

Skillet Eggs in Enchilada Sauce

This saucy skillet meal takes inspiration from the Middle Eastern shakshuka (eggs poached in a tomato sauce) and is a tasty and easy vegetarian dinner to make on a weeknight.

Greek-Style Shrimp and Potatoes

Rating: Unrated
Simple, saucy, and scrumptious—that’s the name of the game with this easy shrimp dinner. The rich, brothy base is made of tomatoes, vegetables, onions, and green beans; finish by cooking the shrimp until just tender. Topped with feta and fresh dill, the dish is reminiscent of a cool night at a restaurant on a Greek island. Hey, you can dream it, at least, and all from the comfort of your kitchen. Stay on theme and seek out a Greek wine made from grapes like Assyritiko or Malagousia. Serve with garlic- and oil-rubbed toasted bread for dipping in the sauce.

Turkey-Pumpkin Chili

Rating: Unrated
Is there a recipe that shouts “fall” more than a chili made with turkey and pumpkin? Probably not, and this delicious dish has ample spices to draw out the savory side of the pumpkin and cannellini beans to add body to each hearty bowl. If you want a fresh herb to sprinkle on top, try cilantro, which comes from the same plant as the coriander seed, which infuses the base of the soup.

More Gluten-Free Recipes

One-Tray Maple Pork Chops

This quick pork chop recipe is the perfect autumnal weeknight dinner. First, you’ll coat pork chops with a spicy maple-mustard glaze, then broil them to create a mouthwatering caramelized crust on each piece. These bake alongside savory-sweet parsnips, fennel, and apples, which play off the juicy meat. Fennel fronds are a fresh way to garnish this dish, but if you can’t find bulbs that have their stalks still intact, you can use chopped fresh parsley instead. Serve with a light, spicy red wine like pinot noir or Syrah, or a medium bodied white like Chardonnay or pinot gris.

Turkey-and-Rice Meatballs

These family-friendly meatballs come together quickly—just turkey, rice, olive oil, and seasoning are required—and taste great with a crunchy kale and apple salad. The lemony tahini dressing is a winner—its creamy texture adds welcome richness to the plate. Pro tip: A freezer that’s stocked with these turkey-and-rice meatballs is your friend. Make with the salad as written below, or serve them stirred into a brothy soup, twirled into pasta, or beneath a blanket of melted cheese atop a garlic-rubbed roll. Thanks to their flexible flavors, they’re at home in many dishes.

Smoky-Sweet Steak Supper

Rating: 5 stars

Sometimes you need a simple recipe that won’t take a lot of time or fancy ingredients, but will still deliver great flavor. Enter this steak dinner, which combines a brown sugar-and-paprika rubbed steak with a fresh green salad. Thanks to the blanched green beans, there’s enough fiber in the salad to keep you full until breakfast, plus an anchovy-spiked vinaigrette that adds umami-rich deliciousness to everything it touches. The resulting dinner is both elegant and ready in under 30 minutes. Win-win. Serve with a light red wine like pinot noir or a medium bodied white like Chardonnay.