16 Gluten-Free Dishes You Can Eat At Almost Any Restaurant

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You can have your favorite dish, and eat it too. Because each restaurant varies in their use of ingredients and recipes, these dishes are not guaranteed to be gluten-free wherever you go. But these are some of the best gluten-free options. When in doubt, always ask to see ingredients. 1.

Randy Mayor via myrecipes.com Made with: brown or white rice, meat, and tomato sauce. 2.

laylita.com Made with: tomatoes, tuna, hard-boiled eggs, olives, anchovies, and a vinaigrette. Sometimes served on a bed of lettuce. As always, it’s a good idea to ask the specific type of dressing being used. 3.

pinchofyum.com Made with: rice cooked in broth to a creamy consistency. Beans and meat can sometimes be added in as well. 4.

blog.fairwaymarket.com Made with: corn instead of flour. Choosing corn tortillas instead of flour will open up a whole new world. Try out some chicken fajitas or beef tacos. 5.

Randy Mayor via myrecipes.com Made with: precooked corn flour. They can be served with basically whatever gluten-free side dish you want. 6.

spoonful.com Made with: stir-fried rice noodles cooked with eggs and sometimes meat such as shrimp or chicken. The dish is usually topped with peanuts and peanut sauce. 7.

myrecipes.com Made with: sauerkraut and sausage with onions and salt and pepper, or other seasoning. 8.

howsweeteats.com Made with: a sauce made out of garlic and parsley. It’s perfect with just about any meat or rice dish. 9.

bbcgoodfood.com Made with: lamb with occasional seasonings, so be sure to ask just in case. But with a side Greek salad, this is a meal worth getting excited about. 10.

melskitchencafe.com Made with: quinoa and vegetables with a simple broth base. 11.

m.hankooki.com Made with: ground mung beans, with green onions, kimchi, or peppers cooked in a frying pan. 12.

goodtoknow.co.uk Made with: rice noodles, herbs, and meat. 13.

operagirlcooks.com Made with: combination of potatoes mashed with one or several other vegetables, sometimes with bacon or sausage. 14.

yumuniverse.com Made with: this bread-like dish is made from teff flour which is gluten-free. It’s generally served with some sort of potato stew. As usual, it’s important to examine the stew and ask for ingredients if necessary! 15.

bigoven.com Made with: buckwheat flour! Buckwheat flour is gluten-free and these crepes can be topped with your favorite fresh fruits. Yum. 16.

shape.com Made with: it depends on what kind of sushi you’re eating, but absolutely avoid all tempura and anything with soy sauce. If you’re unsure, it’s best to ask exactly what is in the roll.

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