For gluten-free choices stick to corn, bean, potato, quinoa, rice, and soy pastas.
There are a variety of gluten-free pastas available. Most are made of corn, rice, quinoa, or buckwheat. Since these pastas
lack wheat, which acts as a binder in traditional pasta, they cook differently and can get mushy quickly if overcooked. Reference
the package when cooking each variety because cook times and procedures for the best results vary.
This spinach and mushroom lasagna is a delicious change of pace from traditional lasagna recipes. It is sure to become a family favorite.
View Recipe: Spinach and Mushroom Lasagna
Don’t press out extra water from the tofu for this recipe; that way, the cheesy layer will remain moist and creamy. Serve
with a green salad.
View Recipe: Baked Vegetable Lasagna
A generous amount of black pepper brings some welcome heat to this pasta dish.
View Recipe: Linguine with Peppery Shrimp
Since gluten-free pasta can clump and stick together if it stands for a while, be sure to cook it to al dente (since it’ll
cook a bit more while it bakes), and have it ready just in time to toss with the sauce. We call for gluten-free panko-style
breadcrumbs for the topping (we suggest Kinnikinnick brand panko).
View Recipe: Three-Cheese Baked Penne
This aromatic, colorful, and delicious pasta will please your senses of smell, sight, and taste.
View Recipe: Roasted Vegetable Pasta
You can easily strip rosemary leaves from their tough, inedible stems by holding the top of a stem in one hand, and then pulling
in the opposite direction of the way the leaves grow.
View Recipe: Tomato-Basil Pasta with Asiago
Ripe, late-summer tomatoes are juicy and delicious in this entrée, with no seeding or peeling necessary.
*Remember to check for gluten in Italian sausage.
View Recipe: Fresh Tomato, Sausage, and Pecorino Pasta
Roasted red peppers and cream sauce deliver rich flavor in this quick and easy pasta recipe. Balsamic vinegar helps balance
the natural sweetness of the red peppers.
View Recipe: Pasta with Roasted Red Pepper and Cream Sauce
Make homemade breadcrumbs from a small piece of a gluten-free baguette to bind the meatballs. Serve the pasta with a salad
and the rest of the baguette to round out your meal.
*Remember to check for gluten in turkey Italian sausage and chicken broth.
View Recipe: Spaghetti and Meatballs
The sweet-savory flavor of teriyaki sauce is a centuries-old mixture of soy sauce and mirin (sweet cooking wine). Over time,
Japanese Americans added ginger, brown sugar, pineapple juice, and green onions, elements of the bottled teriyaki sauce Americans
*Remember to check for gluten in teriyaki sauce and chili garlic sauce.
View Recipe: Teriyaki Pork and Vegetables with Noodles
Whisked eggs and Parmesan cheese are stirred into a skillet of just-cooked pasta to coat the noodles with a rich, creamy sauce.
The spinach isn’t traditional but adds color and a subtle earthy flavor twist.
View Recipe: Pasta Carbonara Florentine
Introduce your taste buds to Vietnamese cuisine with this quick and easy soup. The rich broth, aromatic herbs, and tender
steak will leave you wanting more.
*Remember to check for gluten in beef broth and soy sauce.
View Recipe: Vietnamese Beef-Noodle Soup with Asian Greens
Bring the flavor of your favorite takeout to the dinner table in no time. Add a snow pea sauté to complete the meal.
*Remember to check for gluten in soy sauce, hoisin sauce, and roasted peanuts.
View Recipe: Spicy Asian Noodles with Chicken