Gluten Free Sorghum Tortillas Recipe (No Added Starch and Gum-Free Option)

Gluten Free Sorghum Flour Tortillas

This jowar¬†roti recipe¬†(Indian Sorghum Tortillas or Flatbread) recipe is incredibly easy to make, may be made gum-free, and contains no added starch. You may have already tried my similar recipe, Gluten Free Oat Tortillas¬†as well as watched the video. This sorghum recipe only requires one simple change. I know that a few people with celiac disease are also oat intolerant and would appreciate an alternative to the oat tortillas. Now, I have provided you with the exact amounts of water to use. (I also updated the oat tortilla recipe so that you have it there as well.) You can use a¬†tortilla press, rolling pin, or your hands to make them. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Sorghum Tortillas Recipe (No Added Starch and Gum-Free Option)”

Gluten Free Garam Masala Recipe

Homemade Gluten Free Garam Masala

Many spice blends like garam¬†masala (Indian spice) and allspice, often contain gluten. If you’re not sure about the gluten status of a spice blend, make your own. Garam masala is best when you make it using roasted, whole spices which have been ground, but the easiest and fastest way is to use prepared ground spices. That’s what I use. Use your homemade gluten free garam¬†masala in recipes like my Gluten Free Chicken Korma or Gluten Free Beef Korma Recipe. Continue reading “Gluten Free Garam Masala Recipe”

Spicy Gluten Free Indian Potato Pancakes with Easy Tomato Chutney

Gluten Free Indian Potato Pancakes, Tomato Chutney, and Basmati Rice

Containing common and easily obtained Indian spices, these spicy gluten free potato pancakes make an incredible gluten free side dish. Make the easy tomato chutney or your favorite dipping sauce. I even enjoy sweet red chile sauce from a bottle. Adjust the heat on these potato pancakes to your liking. I like to add a little red hot chili oil when serving them plain. They are simply scrumptious! Serve them for breakfast with eggs or lunch or dinner as a side. Continue reading “Spicy Gluten Free Indian Potato Pancakes with Easy Tomato Chutney”

Gluten Free Beef Korma and Basmati Noodles (Dairy-Free Options)

Gluten Free Beef Korma and Basmati Noodles

King Soba sent me tons of their products. I’ve been slowly using them in various ways. In a hurry yesterday to make dinner for just the two of us, I realized rather than using basmati rice, I could use King Soba’s Basmati Brown Rice Noodles instead. They only take 5 minutes to boil. They worked perfectly in this gluten free beef korma recipe. You can use ground beef or bison, or even meatballs! Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Beef Korma and Basmati Noodles (Dairy-Free Options)”

Soft Gluten Free Garlic Naan – Oven-Baked or Stovetop

Oven-Baked Gluten Free Naan

Naan is the Indian version of flatbread. There are two versions, crisp/firm and the one I prefer, soft. The soft is to-die-for and is the only version I make! Everyone who has tried my skillet version¬†raves about it. If you have a pizza stone, that version is even better! That’s all I make during the fall and winter. To avoid my kitchen from over-heating, I use the stovetop version during the summer months. Continue reading “Soft Gluten Free Garlic Naan – Oven-Baked or Stovetop”

Oven Baked Gluten Free Naan Recipe, Beef Stew and Mint Sauce

Chili Beef Stew, Gluten Free Naan & Sauce

I have been experimenting with my gluten free naan recipe for my upcoming cookbook. Meanwhile, I already have a recipe for a skillet version¬†on this site. I have added a baked version to the skillet version and explore an additional option in my cookbook, which should be published this fall, Carla’s 125 Best Gluten Free Recipes (including some new recipes, not on this site.)¬†Meanwhile, enjoy this delicious dish! Continue reading “Oven Baked Gluten Free Naan Recipe, Beef Stew and Mint Sauce”

Basic Basmati Rice Recipe

Fluffy Basmati Rice

I was about to make some basmati rice (Indian white rice), but was wondering if soaking rice was healthier. I already soak beans and nuts to remove enzyme blockers. In my research, I discovered soaking basmati rice, as well as others, not only removes some nutrient blockers, it makes it easier to digest. In addition, the soaking speeds up the cooking process. You’ll appreciate the rinsing process because it removes so much of the starch that it makes this a¬†fluffy, not sticky, basmati rice recipe. I use it with my Chicken Korma Recipe. Enjoy! Continue reading “Basic Basmati Rice Recipe”

Spicy Indian Green Beans Recipe

Spicy Indian Green Beans

I have served my Chicken Korma Recipe a number of times, but usually accompanied it with plain vegetables. Recently, I decided to spice those up a little. You control the spice level. Using 1/8 teaspoon provides an ever so light amount heat. While 1/4 teaspoon is perfect for us. You may prefer 1/2 teaspoon. Enjoy this¬†flavorful Indian green beans recipe with your favorite Indian food. Continue reading “Spicy Indian Green Beans Recipe”