52 gluten-free recipes
Try one of our midweek meals suitable for gluten-free diets, from vibrant green frittata to chicken traybakes and mushroom stroganoff
fLooking for gluten-free recipes? There are plenty of gluten-free foods that you can enjoy, check out our meal ideas below then try our gluten-free baking ideas.
Gluten is a protein that is found in certains foods such as wheat, rye and barley, and some of us do not tolerate gluten well, and need to avoid it completely due to an allergy, as seen in coeliac disease, an intolerance such as non-coeliac gluten sensitivity, or it may be that there is just some digestive discomfort such as bloating or cramping. There are still plenty of foods that are naturally gluten free including meat and fish, eggs, fruits and vegetables, grains such as quinoa, rice and buckwheat and nuts and seeds.
Please note: if you follow a gluten-free diet, please always read the label when shopping for ingredients
*Our recipes are gluten-free according to industry standards
Swap beef for porcini and flat mushrooms to create a rich vegetarian version that doesn't compromise on flavour.
We've used gram flour to create the base in this warming vegan gumbo, making it great for people on a gluten-free diet.
This easy loaf can be slathered with butter or dunked into a hearty soup, proving there's no need to miss out on freshly baked bread if you're avoiding gluten.
Now those on a gluten-free diet can enjoy everyone’s favourite bake – banana bread is flavoured with honey, vanilla and mixed spice, and studded with walnuts.
The perfect gluten-free dish for curry lovers: chicken is mixed with aromatic spices like cumin, coriander and mild chilli to pack a punch in the flavour department.
Pasta lovers don’t fret, you can now whip up a batch of homemade gluten-free pasta with just four ingredients.
These pancakes can be made in just 20 minutes and are totally gluten-free – finish with your favourite toppings for a satisfying brunch.
Black pepper and green chillies give this simple seafood curry vibrance and heat.
Jazz up this classic family recipe with herby sausages, smoky paprika and oozing mozzarella. Make this flavoursome lasagne for an easy midweek meal.
Want an easy midweek dinner that's high in protein? Try our pan-fried coriander chicken recipe with vibrant, homemade red pepper hummus.
Turn your chickpeas into these lightly-spiced fritters and serve with a zesty cucumber salad for a quick, healthy lunch.
Add a bit of spice to your chicken traybake with cinnamon, cumin and turmeric for an easy midweek dinner.
Use a pack of ready-cooked or left-over rice to put a super-fast king prawn salad together. Make it green with edamame beans, cucumber and avocado.
Add vibrant peas, salty bacon and sweet red peppers to your frittata for an easy midweek meal.
Make the most of seasonal sea trout in this vibrant fish tray bake packed with soft baby new potatoes, fresh spring asparagus and covered in a creamy dill mustard sauce.
Spice up your midweek meal with our homemade lamb koftas nestled in a fragrant curry. Served with rice for a hearty meal for four.
This colourful soup is packed with nutritious veggies, pulses and spices for a vegan dish that's hearty and wholesome.
Give your midweek meal a healthy lift with our 15-minute shredded chicken salad with juicy pineapple and crunchy cucumber.
Our vegetarian tray bake packs in plenty of seasonal veg and salty halloumi for a vibrant summer dinner ready in 30 minutes.
Check out this easy gluten-free tomato pasta with aubergine topped with fresh basil. This simple recipe is veggie friendly and delicious.
This plate of grilled broccoli, served with spiced harissa carrot and sweet potato purée, feta and sesame seeds, makes for an impressive gluten-free dish to whip up for dinner parties.
This summery Italian one-pot is easy to make and freezes brilliantly, plus, it's gluten free. The recipe is easily halved if you only want to serve 3-4 people.
Try our easy gluten-free fusilli pasta dish with salami and cherry tomatoes. This recipe is a super quick midweek meal for 2.
A relish of shrimp paste is known as nam prik kapi in Thailand and, colloquially, as nam chub in the south. It’s always on the table at London's Plaza Khao Gaeng with cucumber and other cooling vegetables. Here, it's served with a Thai omelette to make a flavour-packed starter.
This recipe gives you hits of flavour, yet with a light touch – bream can be purchased from most places these days, but if you can’t get hold of it, you can substitute for sea bass.
Somewhere between a chip and a roast potato, these crisp-on-the-outside spuds are soft and fluffy within, and flavoured with garlic and herbs. Serve piled on a platter for an impressive side.
Impress with homemade zesty lamb koftas on a bed of vibrant jewelled rice, flavoured with pomegranate seeds, cumin, coriander, cardamom pods, saffron and pistachios.
Broad beans are at their best in summer – this dish makes great use of them with smoky, paprika-coated hake and golden, crispy new potatoes.
This low-effort, high-impact recipe makes the most of abundant British squid and takes just 20 minutes to put together. Served with a chilli and garlic relish, it'll go down a storm at your next BBQ.
This classic comfort-food dish, with crispy potatoes and corned beef, will never go out of style. Top with a fried egg and finish with a dollop of brown sauce.
A picanha – also called the rump cap – is a great cut of beef for barbecuing. It comes with a chunky layer of fat on top which melts as it cooks, basting the meat and adding to its flavour.
Make this comforting classic by wrapping chicken breast in streaky bacon before smothering it in BBQ sauce and molten cheese – serve with mash and wilted greens for a hearty dinner for two.
A whole chicken is brined here with bay and lemon, before being roasted and then slathered in tarragon butter. The result is beautifully juicy meat with golden skin and a subtle aniseed-flavoured edge from the fresh leafy herb.
This dish is redolent with shrimp paste, lime leaf and lemongrass – the punchy sauce pairs incredibly well with the hard-boiled eggs served on the side.
This salad of crunchy lettuce and crisp bacon bits is all about the creamy homemade ranch dressing. It makes a great side dish for a summer BBQ.
Fill courgettes with a mix of lamb mince, garlic, cumin and harissa, and bake in a fiery tomato sauce to make an exciting weeknight meal for two.
In Pakistan, this dish is traditionally cooked all night and eaten for breakfast with hot, freshly made naans. It’s often made with extra bones so the marrow enriches the curry further, whilst a homemade nihari masala spice mix takes this dish to the next level of flavour.
This recipe for Tuscan pork steaks ticks all the boxes for a nutritious midweek meal. It's low calorie, low fat, low sugar, low salt and high in protein.
This lamb shoulder is slathered with a punchy marinade of garlic, ginger, cumin, fennel, turmeric and cinnamon, then slow-roasted for a fall-apart texture and served with homemade harissa.
This is a great one-pan brunch dish – it’s simple, economical, can be scaled up or down and, most importantly, is super delicious. Vegan? Just ditch the eggs, use a Med cheese substitute, add some chickpeas and a handful of fresh spinach.
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Mackerel's oily flesh means it can withstand strong flavours such as chilli and citrus – both of which are used in this dish alongside ginger, tamarind, cumin and garam masala. Roast the fish until the skin becomes crisp and lightly blistered.
Fragrant garam masala pairs with coconut milk to create a creamy, spiced sauce for fried prawns. This recipe comes from Lila Di at London's Soho restaurant, Gunpowder.
Marinated in yogurt, ginger, garlic and spices, these juicy chicken skewers make a great starter for an Indian-inspired feast or a delicious lunch, wrapped in flatbreads.
You can have the crab potted up and in the fridge ready for whenever you need it, then simply toast some bread and make up the salad to serve for an easy starter.
The deep game flavour of the venison works really well with the spices and chocolate in this chilli recipe. Serve with rice and soured cream for a crowdpleasing winter dinner.
Cook these pork medallions in a glaze made of balsamic vinegar, maple syrup, chilli and garlic until it thickens and caramelises – this is a real midweek winner.
Make the most of bitter-sweet black treacle by pairing with juicy gammon. Serve with crispy potato wedges and a zingy pineapple chutney to balance against the meaty steaks.
Scallops are plentiful and inexpensive on the Peruvian coast, and this conchas a la parmesana recipe is one of the simplest recipes in all of Peruvian gastronomy. It is also one of the biggest crowd-pleasers at a backyard barbecue.
Inspired by The Quality Chop House restaurant’s confit potatoes, this method creates the crispest, fluffiest thousand-layer potatoes.
This kebabs recipe has it all: spicy paprika chicken, sweet caramelised pineapple and plenty of refreshing mint. Serve alone as starter, or with some rice or noodles as a main dish.
This classic dish sees chicken breast slathered in a white wine and cream sauce with smoky lardons. It's a flavour-packed dinner for two, ready in just 25 minutes.
Southern Thai curries are a delight of spicy pastes with turmeric, chilli and black pepper, tempered with rich coconut milk. This gaeng gati gai curry melds these elements harmoniously.