Gluten Free UAE

Hoping to be of help to all those living gluten free in the United Arab Emirates – نأمل أن نكون عوناً لكل من يعيش حياته خالية من الجلوتين في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة


Kifta (or kafta, kefta, kofta, or kufta, depending on your dialect and spelling preferences), is a basic Arab recipe that is eaten, in its simplest form, either grilled, broiled, baked, … Continue reading

06/08/2012 · Leave a comment

Onions and Sumac

This little dish is part condiment and part salad. It is often served alongside grilled meats, providing a sharp and tangy contrast to the rich meat flavour. 2 large sweet … Continue reading

06/08/2012 · Leave a comment

My top 10 tips for Celiac Disease sufferers – The Naturopath

Tips for Coeliac Disease sufferers By: Parviz Rashvand, ND Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine Inflammatory Bowel Diseases including Coeliac result in extensive inflammation and tissue destructions. As a result, digestion and … Continue reading

22/07/2012 · Leave a comment

Baba Ghanouj

Baba ghanouj, also called mutabbal beitinjan (or, properly, bathinjan), is so easy to find in Arab restaurants in the Middle East and abroad, it’s practically become a cliché. But there … Continue reading

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My top 10 tips for a Gluten Free Diet – the Nutritionist

Eat 3 meals a day, never be tempted to skip a meal even when trying to lose weight. Skipping a meal does not help with weight loss. Ensure that you … Continue reading

21/05/2012 · Leave a comment

Sacher Torte

You will need for the cake: – 130g butter – 110g icing sugar – 6 egg yolk – 130g good quality dark chocolate melted – 6 egg white (whipped hard) … Continue reading

06/04/2012 · Leave a comment

Broccoli Tahini Salad with Almonds and Sesame

1lb broccoli, cut into bite-sized florets 1/4 cup tahini 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 small garlic clove, minced (optional) hot water 1/4 cup whole almonds 2 tablespoons … Continue reading

06/04/2012 · Leave a comment

Sandwich Wraps

You could also use this in place of tortillas and even use this as a quick pizza snack by making a thick base and smother it with tomato sauce, toppings, … Continue reading

08/03/2012 · Leave a comment

Breakfast Changes and Making the whole House Gluten Free

One of the most challenging meals in our family after diagnosis was breakfast and snack times. Bread had always been a big thing in our house. As Northern Europeans we … Continue reading

06/03/2012 · Leave a comment

Roasted Yellow Pepper Soup with Basil Cream

I am always roasting red peppers and thought I would cook with yellow peppers for a change. This soup has a deep flavour and the basil cream blends well and … Continue reading

06/03/2012 · Leave a comment