Gluten-free cook­book

Sunday Independent (Ireland) - Life - - APPETITES -

Go­ing gluten-free, be it for med­i­cal rea­sons or a life­style choice, is not al­ways as straight­for­ward as it sounds. Of course you know to stay clear of all those gor­geous, freshly baked breads se­duc­ing you with their creamy plump­tious­ness and al­lur­ing aro­mas. Gluten-free bread some­how al­ways tastes like saw­dust, but, nonethe­less, the space for gluten-free prod­ucts on su­per­mar­ket shelves is hap­pily ex­pand­ing ev­ery week.

I’ve seen lots of books that are very clin­i­cal, so, when it comes to cook­ing in­ter­est­ing gluten-free dishes at home, it’s good to have the help of some­one who not only loves food, but is a top chef, who also hap­pens to be coeliac.

My Gluten-Free Kitchen, left, by Gearoid Lynch of the won­der­ful Olde Post Inn in Clover­hill, Co Ca­van, has nailed it from the food lover’s point of view. Think of wild gar­lic pesto bread, prawns tem­pura, chicken Kiev or pizza — all worry free.

See gill­books.ie

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