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Winner, Winner, Gluten-Free Dinner!

Winner, Winner, Gluten-Free Dinner!

Congratulations to Lexi Van de Walle, the winner of our cookbook giveaway contest! She's won a copy of The Gluten-Free Almond Flour cookbook by Elana Amsterdam. Her recipe was tasty, resourceful and perfect for the upcoming holidays!

And congratulations to our runner up, Elizabeth Minchilli, for her Zucchini Ricotta Soup recipe.

Thank you to everyone for your recipe submissions; we really appreciate it. It was such a pleasure to read through your stories and the wonderful (and delicious) creations that you came up with. Keep it up!

Stayed for some of our future giveaway contests. We can't say when, but we'll be giving away a copy of the Flour Bakery and Café cookbook and some Petrossian caviar. Keep checking the website, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter to hear the announcements.

Have a great Thanksgiving!

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20 Gluten-Free Chicken Dinners That Taste Good

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. These chicken recipes will keep you healthy and happy.

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. We gathered 20 of our most satisfying &mdash and tasty &mdash gluten-free chicken dinners.Need something sweet to follow dinner? Try these no-wheat desserts.

Cat Cora's nutritious gluten-free quinoa is quick to make. Adding chicken makes it a great meal-in-one.

Yogurt helps keep chicken moist and succulent. No need for a heavy oil marinade to create a tasty gluten-free chicken dish this version imparts all the flavor you need, saturating the chicken in a mix of plain nonfat Greek yogurt, garlic, and cumin.

Soba is made from buckwheat, a gluten-free grain, so it's good for people with celiac disease. Some brands of soba also contain wheat &mdash check the ingredient list.

To add more flavor to this rich, gluten-free dinner, chef Floyd Cardoz suggests marinating chicken in 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon each minced fresh ginger and ground coriander, and 2 sprigs rosemary.

Slow cooking this classic and gluten-free dish creates a tender chicken leg that is completely infused with Italian herbs and flavors.

Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this gluten-free dish a lovely fragrance.

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine and gluten-free dinner.

This recipe give chicken the perfect skin: nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibrant flavor from white vinegar.

Roasting is the easiest way to cook a chicken. For maximum browning, use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a high-sided roasting pan. Create a complete meal by cooking vegetables alongside the bird.

Spatchcocking -splitting, then flattening a chicken- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Bacon adds big flavor to this simple, gluten-free chicken dish, and microwaving the sweet potatoes makes it speedy and convenient to throw together.

Using leftover chicken in a hash with green pepper, onion, and jalapeños makes a nice, hearty breakfast-for-dinner dish. A dash of hot sauce is delicious here.

Hearty and comforting, this vegetable-packed, gluten-free chicken stew takes very little time to prep and can be nearly ready to go when you get home.

This light curry recipe uses canola oil instead of butter, and opts for light coconut milk, saving 170 calories and 20 grams of fat per serving.

This easy glaze comes together in minutes but is packed full of flavor, thanks to two types of mustard and fresh, fragrant aromatics.

A soak in herb-laced buttermilk imparts a slight tang to this chicken while tenderizing the meat.

Easy, gluten-free, healthy, and packed with protein, this dinner is nutritious and flavorful.

Curry can have a strong kick, which is why the optional toppings, such as cooling Greek yogurt and fresh cilantro for an aromatic contrast, are all the more welcome.

Orange juice makes for an easy sauce, adding a light and citrusy touch to this Mediterranean-inspired, gluten-free recipe with chicken breast, red bell pepper, onion, and Kalamata olives.

This colorful and gluten-free recipe is bursting with bright flavors from the addition of orange juice and cilantro.


20 Gluten-Free Chicken Dinners That Taste Good

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. These chicken recipes will keep you healthy and happy.

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. We gathered 20 of our most satisfying &mdash and tasty &mdash gluten-free chicken dinners.Need something sweet to follow dinner? Try these no-wheat desserts.

Cat Cora's nutritious gluten-free quinoa is quick to make. Adding chicken makes it a great meal-in-one.

Yogurt helps keep chicken moist and succulent. No need for a heavy oil marinade to create a tasty gluten-free chicken dish this version imparts all the flavor you need, saturating the chicken in a mix of plain nonfat Greek yogurt, garlic, and cumin.

Soba is made from buckwheat, a gluten-free grain, so it's good for people with celiac disease. Some brands of soba also contain wheat &mdash check the ingredient list.

To add more flavor to this rich, gluten-free dinner, chef Floyd Cardoz suggests marinating chicken in 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon each minced fresh ginger and ground coriander, and 2 sprigs rosemary.

Slow cooking this classic and gluten-free dish creates a tender chicken leg that is completely infused with Italian herbs and flavors.

Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this gluten-free dish a lovely fragrance.

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine and gluten-free dinner.

This recipe give chicken the perfect skin: nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibrant flavor from white vinegar.

Roasting is the easiest way to cook a chicken. For maximum browning, use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a high-sided roasting pan. Create a complete meal by cooking vegetables alongside the bird.

Spatchcocking -splitting, then flattening a chicken- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Bacon adds big flavor to this simple, gluten-free chicken dish, and microwaving the sweet potatoes makes it speedy and convenient to throw together.

Using leftover chicken in a hash with green pepper, onion, and jalapeños makes a nice, hearty breakfast-for-dinner dish. A dash of hot sauce is delicious here.

Hearty and comforting, this vegetable-packed, gluten-free chicken stew takes very little time to prep and can be nearly ready to go when you get home.

This light curry recipe uses canola oil instead of butter, and opts for light coconut milk, saving 170 calories and 20 grams of fat per serving.

This easy glaze comes together in minutes but is packed full of flavor, thanks to two types of mustard and fresh, fragrant aromatics.

A soak in herb-laced buttermilk imparts a slight tang to this chicken while tenderizing the meat.

Easy, gluten-free, healthy, and packed with protein, this dinner is nutritious and flavorful.

Curry can have a strong kick, which is why the optional toppings, such as cooling Greek yogurt and fresh cilantro for an aromatic contrast, are all the more welcome.

Orange juice makes for an easy sauce, adding a light and citrusy touch to this Mediterranean-inspired, gluten-free recipe with chicken breast, red bell pepper, onion, and Kalamata olives.

This colorful and gluten-free recipe is bursting with bright flavors from the addition of orange juice and cilantro.


20 Gluten-Free Chicken Dinners That Taste Good

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. These chicken recipes will keep you healthy and happy.

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. We gathered 20 of our most satisfying &mdash and tasty &mdash gluten-free chicken dinners.Need something sweet to follow dinner? Try these no-wheat desserts.

Cat Cora's nutritious gluten-free quinoa is quick to make. Adding chicken makes it a great meal-in-one.

Yogurt helps keep chicken moist and succulent. No need for a heavy oil marinade to create a tasty gluten-free chicken dish this version imparts all the flavor you need, saturating the chicken in a mix of plain nonfat Greek yogurt, garlic, and cumin.

Soba is made from buckwheat, a gluten-free grain, so it's good for people with celiac disease. Some brands of soba also contain wheat &mdash check the ingredient list.

To add more flavor to this rich, gluten-free dinner, chef Floyd Cardoz suggests marinating chicken in 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon each minced fresh ginger and ground coriander, and 2 sprigs rosemary.

Slow cooking this classic and gluten-free dish creates a tender chicken leg that is completely infused with Italian herbs and flavors.

Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this gluten-free dish a lovely fragrance.

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine and gluten-free dinner.

This recipe give chicken the perfect skin: nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibrant flavor from white vinegar.

Roasting is the easiest way to cook a chicken. For maximum browning, use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a high-sided roasting pan. Create a complete meal by cooking vegetables alongside the bird.

Spatchcocking -splitting, then flattening a chicken- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Bacon adds big flavor to this simple, gluten-free chicken dish, and microwaving the sweet potatoes makes it speedy and convenient to throw together.

Using leftover chicken in a hash with green pepper, onion, and jalapeños makes a nice, hearty breakfast-for-dinner dish. A dash of hot sauce is delicious here.

Hearty and comforting, this vegetable-packed, gluten-free chicken stew takes very little time to prep and can be nearly ready to go when you get home.

This light curry recipe uses canola oil instead of butter, and opts for light coconut milk, saving 170 calories and 20 grams of fat per serving.

This easy glaze comes together in minutes but is packed full of flavor, thanks to two types of mustard and fresh, fragrant aromatics.

A soak in herb-laced buttermilk imparts a slight tang to this chicken while tenderizing the meat.

Easy, gluten-free, healthy, and packed with protein, this dinner is nutritious and flavorful.

Curry can have a strong kick, which is why the optional toppings, such as cooling Greek yogurt and fresh cilantro for an aromatic contrast, are all the more welcome.

Orange juice makes for an easy sauce, adding a light and citrusy touch to this Mediterranean-inspired, gluten-free recipe with chicken breast, red bell pepper, onion, and Kalamata olives.

This colorful and gluten-free recipe is bursting with bright flavors from the addition of orange juice and cilantro.


20 Gluten-Free Chicken Dinners That Taste Good

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. These chicken recipes will keep you healthy and happy.

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. We gathered 20 of our most satisfying &mdash and tasty &mdash gluten-free chicken dinners.Need something sweet to follow dinner? Try these no-wheat desserts.

Cat Cora's nutritious gluten-free quinoa is quick to make. Adding chicken makes it a great meal-in-one.

Yogurt helps keep chicken moist and succulent. No need for a heavy oil marinade to create a tasty gluten-free chicken dish this version imparts all the flavor you need, saturating the chicken in a mix of plain nonfat Greek yogurt, garlic, and cumin.

Soba is made from buckwheat, a gluten-free grain, so it's good for people with celiac disease. Some brands of soba also contain wheat &mdash check the ingredient list.

To add more flavor to this rich, gluten-free dinner, chef Floyd Cardoz suggests marinating chicken in 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon each minced fresh ginger and ground coriander, and 2 sprigs rosemary.

Slow cooking this classic and gluten-free dish creates a tender chicken leg that is completely infused with Italian herbs and flavors.

Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this gluten-free dish a lovely fragrance.

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine and gluten-free dinner.

This recipe give chicken the perfect skin: nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibrant flavor from white vinegar.

Roasting is the easiest way to cook a chicken. For maximum browning, use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a high-sided roasting pan. Create a complete meal by cooking vegetables alongside the bird.

Spatchcocking -splitting, then flattening a chicken- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Bacon adds big flavor to this simple, gluten-free chicken dish, and microwaving the sweet potatoes makes it speedy and convenient to throw together.

Using leftover chicken in a hash with green pepper, onion, and jalapeños makes a nice, hearty breakfast-for-dinner dish. A dash of hot sauce is delicious here.

Hearty and comforting, this vegetable-packed, gluten-free chicken stew takes very little time to prep and can be nearly ready to go when you get home.

This light curry recipe uses canola oil instead of butter, and opts for light coconut milk, saving 170 calories and 20 grams of fat per serving.

This easy glaze comes together in minutes but is packed full of flavor, thanks to two types of mustard and fresh, fragrant aromatics.

A soak in herb-laced buttermilk imparts a slight tang to this chicken while tenderizing the meat.

Easy, gluten-free, healthy, and packed with protein, this dinner is nutritious and flavorful.

Curry can have a strong kick, which is why the optional toppings, such as cooling Greek yogurt and fresh cilantro for an aromatic contrast, are all the more welcome.

Orange juice makes for an easy sauce, adding a light and citrusy touch to this Mediterranean-inspired, gluten-free recipe with chicken breast, red bell pepper, onion, and Kalamata olives.

This colorful and gluten-free recipe is bursting with bright flavors from the addition of orange juice and cilantro.


20 Gluten-Free Chicken Dinners That Taste Good

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. These chicken recipes will keep you healthy and happy.

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. We gathered 20 of our most satisfying &mdash and tasty &mdash gluten-free chicken dinners.Need something sweet to follow dinner? Try these no-wheat desserts.

Cat Cora's nutritious gluten-free quinoa is quick to make. Adding chicken makes it a great meal-in-one.

Yogurt helps keep chicken moist and succulent. No need for a heavy oil marinade to create a tasty gluten-free chicken dish this version imparts all the flavor you need, saturating the chicken in a mix of plain nonfat Greek yogurt, garlic, and cumin.

Soba is made from buckwheat, a gluten-free grain, so it's good for people with celiac disease. Some brands of soba also contain wheat &mdash check the ingredient list.

To add more flavor to this rich, gluten-free dinner, chef Floyd Cardoz suggests marinating chicken in 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon each minced fresh ginger and ground coriander, and 2 sprigs rosemary.

Slow cooking this classic and gluten-free dish creates a tender chicken leg that is completely infused with Italian herbs and flavors.

Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this gluten-free dish a lovely fragrance.

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine and gluten-free dinner.

This recipe give chicken the perfect skin: nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibrant flavor from white vinegar.

Roasting is the easiest way to cook a chicken. For maximum browning, use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a high-sided roasting pan. Create a complete meal by cooking vegetables alongside the bird.

Spatchcocking -splitting, then flattening a chicken- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Bacon adds big flavor to this simple, gluten-free chicken dish, and microwaving the sweet potatoes makes it speedy and convenient to throw together.

Using leftover chicken in a hash with green pepper, onion, and jalapeños makes a nice, hearty breakfast-for-dinner dish. A dash of hot sauce is delicious here.

Hearty and comforting, this vegetable-packed, gluten-free chicken stew takes very little time to prep and can be nearly ready to go when you get home.

This light curry recipe uses canola oil instead of butter, and opts for light coconut milk, saving 170 calories and 20 grams of fat per serving.

This easy glaze comes together in minutes but is packed full of flavor, thanks to two types of mustard and fresh, fragrant aromatics.

A soak in herb-laced buttermilk imparts a slight tang to this chicken while tenderizing the meat.

Easy, gluten-free, healthy, and packed with protein, this dinner is nutritious and flavorful.

Curry can have a strong kick, which is why the optional toppings, such as cooling Greek yogurt and fresh cilantro for an aromatic contrast, are all the more welcome.

Orange juice makes for an easy sauce, adding a light and citrusy touch to this Mediterranean-inspired, gluten-free recipe with chicken breast, red bell pepper, onion, and Kalamata olives.

This colorful and gluten-free recipe is bursting with bright flavors from the addition of orange juice and cilantro.


20 Gluten-Free Chicken Dinners That Taste Good

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. These chicken recipes will keep you healthy and happy.

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. We gathered 20 of our most satisfying &mdash and tasty &mdash gluten-free chicken dinners.Need something sweet to follow dinner? Try these no-wheat desserts.

Cat Cora's nutritious gluten-free quinoa is quick to make. Adding chicken makes it a great meal-in-one.

Yogurt helps keep chicken moist and succulent. No need for a heavy oil marinade to create a tasty gluten-free chicken dish this version imparts all the flavor you need, saturating the chicken in a mix of plain nonfat Greek yogurt, garlic, and cumin.

Soba is made from buckwheat, a gluten-free grain, so it's good for people with celiac disease. Some brands of soba also contain wheat &mdash check the ingredient list.

To add more flavor to this rich, gluten-free dinner, chef Floyd Cardoz suggests marinating chicken in 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon each minced fresh ginger and ground coriander, and 2 sprigs rosemary.

Slow cooking this classic and gluten-free dish creates a tender chicken leg that is completely infused with Italian herbs and flavors.

Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this gluten-free dish a lovely fragrance.

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine and gluten-free dinner.

This recipe give chicken the perfect skin: nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibrant flavor from white vinegar.

Roasting is the easiest way to cook a chicken. For maximum browning, use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a high-sided roasting pan. Create a complete meal by cooking vegetables alongside the bird.

Spatchcocking -splitting, then flattening a chicken- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Bacon adds big flavor to this simple, gluten-free chicken dish, and microwaving the sweet potatoes makes it speedy and convenient to throw together.

Using leftover chicken in a hash with green pepper, onion, and jalapeños makes a nice, hearty breakfast-for-dinner dish. A dash of hot sauce is delicious here.

Hearty and comforting, this vegetable-packed, gluten-free chicken stew takes very little time to prep and can be nearly ready to go when you get home.

This light curry recipe uses canola oil instead of butter, and opts for light coconut milk, saving 170 calories and 20 grams of fat per serving.

This easy glaze comes together in minutes but is packed full of flavor, thanks to two types of mustard and fresh, fragrant aromatics.

A soak in herb-laced buttermilk imparts a slight tang to this chicken while tenderizing the meat.

Easy, gluten-free, healthy, and packed with protein, this dinner is nutritious and flavorful.

Curry can have a strong kick, which is why the optional toppings, such as cooling Greek yogurt and fresh cilantro for an aromatic contrast, are all the more welcome.

Orange juice makes for an easy sauce, adding a light and citrusy touch to this Mediterranean-inspired, gluten-free recipe with chicken breast, red bell pepper, onion, and Kalamata olives.

This colorful and gluten-free recipe is bursting with bright flavors from the addition of orange juice and cilantro.


20 Gluten-Free Chicken Dinners That Taste Good

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. These chicken recipes will keep you healthy and happy.

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. We gathered 20 of our most satisfying &mdash and tasty &mdash gluten-free chicken dinners.Need something sweet to follow dinner? Try these no-wheat desserts.

Cat Cora's nutritious gluten-free quinoa is quick to make. Adding chicken makes it a great meal-in-one.

Yogurt helps keep chicken moist and succulent. No need for a heavy oil marinade to create a tasty gluten-free chicken dish this version imparts all the flavor you need, saturating the chicken in a mix of plain nonfat Greek yogurt, garlic, and cumin.

Soba is made from buckwheat, a gluten-free grain, so it's good for people with celiac disease. Some brands of soba also contain wheat &mdash check the ingredient list.

To add more flavor to this rich, gluten-free dinner, chef Floyd Cardoz suggests marinating chicken in 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon each minced fresh ginger and ground coriander, and 2 sprigs rosemary.

Slow cooking this classic and gluten-free dish creates a tender chicken leg that is completely infused with Italian herbs and flavors.

Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this gluten-free dish a lovely fragrance.

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine and gluten-free dinner.

This recipe give chicken the perfect skin: nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibrant flavor from white vinegar.

Roasting is the easiest way to cook a chicken. For maximum browning, use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a high-sided roasting pan. Create a complete meal by cooking vegetables alongside the bird.

Spatchcocking -splitting, then flattening a chicken- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Bacon adds big flavor to this simple, gluten-free chicken dish, and microwaving the sweet potatoes makes it speedy and convenient to throw together.

Using leftover chicken in a hash with green pepper, onion, and jalapeños makes a nice, hearty breakfast-for-dinner dish. A dash of hot sauce is delicious here.

Hearty and comforting, this vegetable-packed, gluten-free chicken stew takes very little time to prep and can be nearly ready to go when you get home.

This light curry recipe uses canola oil instead of butter, and opts for light coconut milk, saving 170 calories and 20 grams of fat per serving.

This easy glaze comes together in minutes but is packed full of flavor, thanks to two types of mustard and fresh, fragrant aromatics.

A soak in herb-laced buttermilk imparts a slight tang to this chicken while tenderizing the meat.

Easy, gluten-free, healthy, and packed with protein, this dinner is nutritious and flavorful.

Curry can have a strong kick, which is why the optional toppings, such as cooling Greek yogurt and fresh cilantro for an aromatic contrast, are all the more welcome.

Orange juice makes for an easy sauce, adding a light and citrusy touch to this Mediterranean-inspired, gluten-free recipe with chicken breast, red bell pepper, onion, and Kalamata olives.

This colorful and gluten-free recipe is bursting with bright flavors from the addition of orange juice and cilantro.


20 Gluten-Free Chicken Dinners That Taste Good

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. These chicken recipes will keep you healthy and happy.

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. We gathered 20 of our most satisfying &mdash and tasty &mdash gluten-free chicken dinners.Need something sweet to follow dinner? Try these no-wheat desserts.

Cat Cora's nutritious gluten-free quinoa is quick to make. Adding chicken makes it a great meal-in-one.

Yogurt helps keep chicken moist and succulent. No need for a heavy oil marinade to create a tasty gluten-free chicken dish this version imparts all the flavor you need, saturating the chicken in a mix of plain nonfat Greek yogurt, garlic, and cumin.

Soba is made from buckwheat, a gluten-free grain, so it's good for people with celiac disease. Some brands of soba also contain wheat &mdash check the ingredient list.

To add more flavor to this rich, gluten-free dinner, chef Floyd Cardoz suggests marinating chicken in 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon each minced fresh ginger and ground coriander, and 2 sprigs rosemary.

Slow cooking this classic and gluten-free dish creates a tender chicken leg that is completely infused with Italian herbs and flavors.

Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this gluten-free dish a lovely fragrance.

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine and gluten-free dinner.

This recipe give chicken the perfect skin: nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibrant flavor from white vinegar.

Roasting is the easiest way to cook a chicken. For maximum browning, use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a high-sided roasting pan. Create a complete meal by cooking vegetables alongside the bird.

Spatchcocking -splitting, then flattening a chicken- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Bacon adds big flavor to this simple, gluten-free chicken dish, and microwaving the sweet potatoes makes it speedy and convenient to throw together.

Using leftover chicken in a hash with green pepper, onion, and jalapeños makes a nice, hearty breakfast-for-dinner dish. A dash of hot sauce is delicious here.

Hearty and comforting, this vegetable-packed, gluten-free chicken stew takes very little time to prep and can be nearly ready to go when you get home.

This light curry recipe uses canola oil instead of butter, and opts for light coconut milk, saving 170 calories and 20 grams of fat per serving.

This easy glaze comes together in minutes but is packed full of flavor, thanks to two types of mustard and fresh, fragrant aromatics.

A soak in herb-laced buttermilk imparts a slight tang to this chicken while tenderizing the meat.

Easy, gluten-free, healthy, and packed with protein, this dinner is nutritious and flavorful.

Curry can have a strong kick, which is why the optional toppings, such as cooling Greek yogurt and fresh cilantro for an aromatic contrast, are all the more welcome.

Orange juice makes for an easy sauce, adding a light and citrusy touch to this Mediterranean-inspired, gluten-free recipe with chicken breast, red bell pepper, onion, and Kalamata olives.

This colorful and gluten-free recipe is bursting with bright flavors from the addition of orange juice and cilantro.


20 Gluten-Free Chicken Dinners That Taste Good

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. These chicken recipes will keep you healthy and happy.

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. We gathered 20 of our most satisfying &mdash and tasty &mdash gluten-free chicken dinners.Need something sweet to follow dinner? Try these no-wheat desserts.

Cat Cora's nutritious gluten-free quinoa is quick to make. Adding chicken makes it a great meal-in-one.

Yogurt helps keep chicken moist and succulent. No need for a heavy oil marinade to create a tasty gluten-free chicken dish this version imparts all the flavor you need, saturating the chicken in a mix of plain nonfat Greek yogurt, garlic, and cumin.

Soba is made from buckwheat, a gluten-free grain, so it's good for people with celiac disease. Some brands of soba also contain wheat &mdash check the ingredient list.

To add more flavor to this rich, gluten-free dinner, chef Floyd Cardoz suggests marinating chicken in 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon each minced fresh ginger and ground coriander, and 2 sprigs rosemary.

Slow cooking this classic and gluten-free dish creates a tender chicken leg that is completely infused with Italian herbs and flavors.

Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this gluten-free dish a lovely fragrance.

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine and gluten-free dinner.

This recipe give chicken the perfect skin: nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibrant flavor from white vinegar.

Roasting is the easiest way to cook a chicken. For maximum browning, use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a high-sided roasting pan. Create a complete meal by cooking vegetables alongside the bird.

Spatchcocking -splitting, then flattening a chicken- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Bacon adds big flavor to this simple, gluten-free chicken dish, and microwaving the sweet potatoes makes it speedy and convenient to throw together.

Using leftover chicken in a hash with green pepper, onion, and jalapeños makes a nice, hearty breakfast-for-dinner dish. A dash of hot sauce is delicious here.

Hearty and comforting, this vegetable-packed, gluten-free chicken stew takes very little time to prep and can be nearly ready to go when you get home.

This light curry recipe uses canola oil instead of butter, and opts for light coconut milk, saving 170 calories and 20 grams of fat per serving.

This easy glaze comes together in minutes but is packed full of flavor, thanks to two types of mustard and fresh, fragrant aromatics.

A soak in herb-laced buttermilk imparts a slight tang to this chicken while tenderizing the meat.

Easy, gluten-free, healthy, and packed with protein, this dinner is nutritious and flavorful.

Curry can have a strong kick, which is why the optional toppings, such as cooling Greek yogurt and fresh cilantro for an aromatic contrast, are all the more welcome.

Orange juice makes for an easy sauce, adding a light and citrusy touch to this Mediterranean-inspired, gluten-free recipe with chicken breast, red bell pepper, onion, and Kalamata olives.

This colorful and gluten-free recipe is bursting with bright flavors from the addition of orange juice and cilantro.


20 Gluten-Free Chicken Dinners That Taste Good

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. These chicken recipes will keep you healthy and happy.

Gluten-free has never tasted so good. We gathered 20 of our most satisfying &mdash and tasty &mdash gluten-free chicken dinners.Need something sweet to follow dinner? Try these no-wheat desserts.

Cat Cora's nutritious gluten-free quinoa is quick to make. Adding chicken makes it a great meal-in-one.

Yogurt helps keep chicken moist and succulent. No need for a heavy oil marinade to create a tasty gluten-free chicken dish this version imparts all the flavor you need, saturating the chicken in a mix of plain nonfat Greek yogurt, garlic, and cumin.

Soba is made from buckwheat, a gluten-free grain, so it's good for people with celiac disease. Some brands of soba also contain wheat &mdash check the ingredient list.

To add more flavor to this rich, gluten-free dinner, chef Floyd Cardoz suggests marinating chicken in 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 tablespoon each minced fresh ginger and ground coriander, and 2 sprigs rosemary.

Slow cooking this classic and gluten-free dish creates a tender chicken leg that is completely infused with Italian herbs and flavors.

Lemon and pepper are a classic combination. In this recipe, crushed whole peppercorns and coriander seeds add an appealing crunch, and rosemary gives this gluten-free dish a lovely fragrance.

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine and gluten-free dinner.

This recipe give chicken the perfect skin: nicely spiced and super-crispy. The cilantro relish served alongside gets vibrant flavor from white vinegar.

Roasting is the easiest way to cook a chicken. For maximum browning, use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a high-sided roasting pan. Create a complete meal by cooking vegetables alongside the bird.

Spatchcocking -splitting, then flattening a chicken- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Bacon adds big flavor to this simple, gluten-free chicken dish, and microwaving the sweet potatoes makes it speedy and convenient to throw together.

Using leftover chicken in a hash with green pepper, onion, and jalapeños makes a nice, hearty breakfast-for-dinner dish. A dash of hot sauce is delicious here.

Hearty and comforting, this vegetable-packed, gluten-free chicken stew takes very little time to prep and can be nearly ready to go when you get home.

This light curry recipe uses canola oil instead of butter, and opts for light coconut milk, saving 170 calories and 20 grams of fat per serving.

This easy glaze comes together in minutes but is packed full of flavor, thanks to two types of mustard and fresh, fragrant aromatics.

A soak in herb-laced buttermilk imparts a slight tang to this chicken while tenderizing the meat.

Easy, gluten-free, healthy, and packed with protein, this dinner is nutritious and flavorful.

Curry can have a strong kick, which is why the optional toppings, such as cooling Greek yogurt and fresh cilantro for an aromatic contrast, are all the more welcome.

Orange juice makes for an easy sauce, adding a light and citrusy touch to this Mediterranean-inspired, gluten-free recipe with chicken breast, red bell pepper, onion, and Kalamata olives.

This colorful and gluten-free recipe is bursting with bright flavors from the addition of orange juice and cilantro.