If you're someone who follows a gluten-free diet, you know you sometimes have to get a little creative in order to bring satisfying meals to the table. Luckily, we created a whole slew of recipes this past year that fit the bill. While we loved them all, you definitely had your favorites. Here were the top 10 gluten-free dishes, according to you.
These cabbage rolls, stuffed with ground beef and rice, are serious comfort food on even the busiest of weeknights. While most recipes are labor-intensive, these come together in about 35 minutes in one skillet.
A mix of kidney beans, black beans, and lentils ensures this meatless chili is just as rib-sticking as the original.
Sweet sun-dried tomatoes, earthy mushrooms, fragrant rosemary, and mellow white beans all come together to dress seared chicken breasts in this easy skillet dinner.
Feel free to pick up a bag of store-bought cauliflower rice to make this veggie-heavy bowl even easier to whip up.
This quick sauté of chicken and greens gets a hit of umami flavor from Parmesan cheese shavings. It feels wholesomely satisfying for lunch or dinner.
This salad can be stored in the fridge, undressed, for up to a week, which makes it a great recipe to throw together on Sunday and eat for lunch throughout the work week.
The brine from a pickle jar, which is usually poured down the drain, is the secret to this ultra-flavorful, ultra-tender roast chicken dish.
If you have a bag of frozen broccoli and a bag of frozen shrimp in your freezer right now, you're pretty close to making this stovetop casserole a reality for dinner tonight.
Crispy chicken thighs are the ultimate easy weeknight dinner. These ones get the fast and fancy addition of a rich pan sauce made from Dijon mustard and a splash of heavy cream.
This recipe takes all the best components of classic ground beef tacos — the cumin-scented meat, the shredded yellow cheddar, the juicy chopped tomatoes — and rolls it into one family-friendly casserole, ready to be served over rice or just alongside a pile of tortilla chips.
A skillet full of meaty mushrooms spiked with lots of salty Parmesan and fragrant thyme is not only a great choice for a side dish, but is also wonderful tossed with pasta, served over rice, or spooned over steak or chicken.