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Our nutritionists have verified that the recipes marked as gluten-free do not contain wheat, rye, barley or oats. However, many processed foods, such as broths, soy sauce and other condiments, may contain hidden sources of gluten. If a recipe calls for a packaged (e.g., canned) ingredient, we recommend that you carefully read the label to make sure you pick a brand that does not contain a hidden source of gluten. Also, please note that while a recipe may be marked as “gluten-free,” the serving suggestions that accompany it may contain gluten.

Escarole & Rice Soup with Chicken
Escarole adds an assertive bite to an Italian-themed soup that would otherwise be just another chicken and rice soup.
Swedish Cabbage Soup with Meatballs
A slightly sweetened chicken broth gives this cabbage soup its delicate flavor. Make it a meal: Swedish rye crisps are...
Portuguese Potato & Kale Soup
Collard or mustard greens can be substituted for the kale in this flavorful soup.
Chicken with Mustard & Leeks
A savory mustard coating keeps the chicken moist; threads of carrot and leek add color. Make it a meal: Garlic-Rosemary...
Chicken with Grapes & Mushrooms
Grapes often symbolize a plentiful harvest so this dish that joins red grapes, mushrooms and fresh tarragon with lean...
Quick Vegetable Ragoût
Cherry tomatoes, artichoke hearts, lima beans, garlic and basil steam up perfectly in these papillotes.
Halibut with Japanese Flavors
Sweet miso, rice wine and soy sauce infuse halibut with a rich Asian flavor. Thin slices of nori and scallions are a...
Tuna with Oranges & Shiitakes
Orange and shiitakes are a delicious combination for fresh tuna. Make it a meal: Ginger Fried Rice is a delicious...
Pears with Dried Cherries & Port Sauce
Port, cherries, pears and star anise are a delicious combination. Serve with Greek yogurt for a quick and healthy...
Chicken Breasts in Island Aromas (Petti di pollo ai profumi dell'isola)
A marvelous blend of fresh citrus, herbs and spices flavors the chicken. The dish is also quite good when served cold....
Islander Salad (Insalata isolana)
Here, crisp lettuce is tossed with ripe tomatoes, potatoes, capers, basil and olives. Tomato juice is the secret...
Paella Rápida
Smoked mussels replace the pork sausages of a traditional paella, adding depth of flavor without the fat.
Mixed-Berry Champagne Ambrosia
Any combination of berries or cherries (or nectarines or peaches, for that matter) can be used in this sparkling...
Beet-Raspberry Soup
The unlikely combination of beets and raspberries produces a wonderfully refreshing and delicious soup.
Mediterranean Grilled Vegetable Soup
Whirl grilled bell peppers, zucchini and onion in a food processor with some vine-ripened tomatoes in this smoky...
Lamb Curry with Apples
This quick apple curry is the perfect use for leftover cooked leg of lamb. Make it a meal: Brown basmati rice soaks up...
Rich Crab Dip
In our healthier version of this ultra-rich dip, the crabmeat plays a starring role while a blend of pureed nonfat...
Mixed Greens & Oranges with Balsamic Vinaigrette
Orange zest and juice are whisked with balsamic vinegar to dress this salad of arugula, oranges, romaine and red onion.
Sauté of Root Vegetables
This delicious combination of leeks, rutabaga and celery root is seasoned with fresh thyme. Make it a meal: Serve with...
Brandy Custard Sauce
Not as hard on one's arteries as a classic hard sauce, which blends butter, sugar and brandy. Evaporated fat-free...
Leek & Potato Soup
Our lightened version of classic potato-leek soup uses just a touch of reduced-fat sour cream to make it rich and...
Corn Chowder
Evaporated fat-free milk is the key to this slimmed down version of classic corn chowder.
Spinach & Grapefruit Salad
The combination of pink grapefruit sections, dark green spinach and white jícama is both visually and texturally...
White Bean & Roasted Tomato Soup
Pureed beans add a satisfying richness and roasted tomatoes add incredible flavor to this hearty winter soup. Make it a...
Wilted Spinach
Olive oil and pine nuts are a simple addition to sautéed spinach.
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