Different recipes for celiacs: Celiac disease is an intolerance to the gluten contained in some grains, like wheat and barley, among others. However, being Celiac not mean having to eat flavorless, unlikeable food. There are several foods that one can eat, which are easily prepared. This could range anywhere from breads, pizzas, cakes and biscuits to all kinds of soups and stews . Here are some options, recipes for celiacs that will undoubtedly enjoy.
Recipes for Celiacs:
Rice Flour and milk Cake
• 120gr. rice flour
• 80gr. cornstarch
• 50gr. tapioca flour
• 1 heaping Tbsp powdered milk
• 180gr brown sugar
• 1 tsp of self-raising flour
• 100gr. butter
• 2 eggs
• Milk, however much necessary
1. Sift flour and self-raising flour. Beat butter and sugar until creamy.
2. Add eggs, one by one, continue beating and add flour and if necessary add more milk (must be a like a shortcake).
3. Pour into a greased and floured bowl.
Vegetables and tofu (or cheese) Pizza
– 50 grs. of fresh yeast,
– 300 cc. of warm milk,
– 1 tbsp. salt
– 100 grs. butter,
– 500 grs. 3 of flour mixture. (see recipes for celiacs in this journal)
– 1 or 2 cups tomato sauce,
– 2 bundles of spinach,
– 1 cup white sauce,
– 2 cloves garlic,
– 200 grs. of minced mozzarella
1. Blend yeast, salt, sugar and warm milk, add half the flour and continue blending a few seconds, add the remaining flour and stir with a wooden spoon.
2. Spread the dough in a greased pizza pan. Cover with a dishcloth and leave to rise.
3. Spread the tomato sauce on and bake for 10 minutes. Cook spinach, squeeze it and dice it, mix it with white sauce and minced garlic. Cover the pizza with the precooked spinach and small pieces of tofu.
4. Place the minced mozzarella on top. Bake again until the cheese melts.
Macaroni in tomato sauce
– 250 g gluten-free macaroni (you can get in health food stores)
– 7 tomatoes
– 1 onion
– 1 green pepper
– 2 cloves of garlic
– 1 pinch of sugar
– 100 g ham, vegetarian
– 100 g chorizo, vegetarian
– ½ half zucchini
– 100 g of grated cheese
-Extra-virgin olive oil
1. Cook the macaroni in plenty of salted water. Rinse with water, drain and set aside.
2. Chop the onion, garlic and green pepper. Sauté briefly in a pan with olive oil. Carve up the tomatoes and add them in. Season and add a pinch of sugar.
3. Simmer for 20 minutes, then puree.
4. Cut the zucchini, ham and chorizo into squares. In a skillet with oil Poach the zucchini. Once golden, add it to the chorizo and ham. Add the macaroni and sautee.
5. Mix the tomato sauce and macaroni in a dish, sprinkle with cheese and breadcrumbs in the oven.
Creamy Lentils with tofu
• 400gr. Lentils
• 16 prawns
•3 cloves garlic
• 2 cups chicken broth
• 2 tablespoons chopped parsley
• 1 small glass of cream
• 1 large onion
1. Soak lentils the night before. In a casserole dish, place the onion, peeled and cut into four pieces, one tablespoon of garlic and parsley. Cover with water and cook everything for 1 hour. Once cooked, drain water and keep the onion and garlic.
2. In another saucepan, boil 2 liters of water with chicken broth. Once boiling, add lentils, onion and garlic. Set aside. Then cook the lentils well, remove from heat and mash in a blender until creamy smooth.
Then add cream, salt and pepper, mix well and let everything simmer for 10 minutes.
Sprinkle on the parsley, garnish with the cooked prawns and serve hot.
Leek Puff Pastries
• 500 gr. leeks
• 2 dl. cellar wine
• 100 gr. Mushroom
• 250 gr. cream
• One onion
• 100 gr. butter
• 200 gr. smoked trout
• 4 sheets of puff pastry, 10 cm. long gluten-free
• 1 bay leaf
• salt and pepper
1. Clean and chop the leeks and cook.
2. Sauté chopped onion and sliced mushrooms in butter. Add the champagne and let it boil down to 1 / 3 of its original volume. Add cream and boil down by half.
3. Finally, add the leeks and place over heat for 5 minutes more. Season.
4. Bake the pastry at 200 º C, for about 10 minutes.
5. Spread pastry sheet in half, place the leeks and trout on top and close with the other half. Suatee.