2 Gluten-free lunch ideas

When it comes to major lifestyle changes like the gluten-free lifestyle it can be really
challenging to keep things interesting and enjoyable. It can be so easy to get bored and
run out to get fast food for meals especially when you’re short of time at work, or you
have an extremely busy schedule that involves children with varied schedules, or even
just a partner on a different schedule. Having great meals takes some creativity and
learning a few new tricks, so this article is going to give you a few gluten free lunch

1- Spicy cobb sandwich with chicken

Brine two chicken breasts in a bowl by placing them into a water and heavily salted
mixture. Place them in your refrigerator for at least 40 minutes. Slice up a tomato, an
avocado, and one onion, then cook and drain a few strips of bacon. Remove the
chicken breasts and season them both with salt and pepper. Cook the chicken in a pan
or on a grill for about 5 minutes on each side. Be sure to completely coat the chicken
with Frank’s Red Hot sauce periodically one it’s’ close to being finished.

Once the chicken is cooked, place a few slices of jack cheese on each chicken breast
and let the heat melt the cheese to the chicken. Speed fry some eggs and make some
gluten free toast. Slice a few leaves of lettuce thinly. Take the toast, and apply a small
amount of mayonnaise. Add chicken breast and top with the remaining ingredients. Now
you have a wonderful and healthy sandwich.

2- Stuffed bacon cheeseburger

Take four pieces of bacon and fry them up. While they are frying, chip up a half of a
small onion, shred ¼ cup of cheddar cheese. Break the bacon up and mix the bacon,
chopped onion, and shredded cheese in a bowl. If you want to give the mix a little more
of a kick, you can mince up anda add a jalapeno. Take a ¼ lb of ground beef and add a
teaspoon of salt and a teaspoon of pepper. Mix it thoroughly, and press into 2 large thin
large patties.

Place the mixture of cheese and other and ingredients into the middle of the bottom thin patty and work it into a thin layer that is evenly distributed. Place the other thin patty on top ant make sure the edges of the meat come together and press them into each other. Heat a pan and place the stuffed beef patty on the pan. Cool until solid enough to flip, then cook on the other side. While it is finishing, you can toast a gluten free bun. Remove from the pan, and place on the bun. Now you have a brilliant stuffed bacon cheeseburger!

In a nutshell, as i said in my last article there are more recipe ideas for a gluten-free diet. You just have to know which ingredients are gluten-free, combine them to your taste and create a diet for you and your family.

See you soon,


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