Is Indian Food Gluten Free?


Today we’re going to be taking answering the question: does Indian food have gluten? And compiling a gluten-free Indian food list to make life easier for you, whenever you’re craving a curry.

What Can We Eat?

Fortunately for us, Indian food has a huge range of options for us. From main courses to side dishes, to desserts, to starters – we don’t have to go without! Wheat is seldom used in Indian cuisine

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Let’s take a look at some popular Indian foods you can enjoy when following a gluten-free lifestyle. * Tandoori Chicken * Vegetable Pakora * Chicken Tikka Masala * Chicken Korma

Gluten-Free Indian Food List

* Butter Chicken * Lamb Biryani * Onion Bhaji * Saag Aloo * Poppadum * Chapati

* Spices * Chapati * Naan * Kofta * Sevian * Anything Fried

Foods To Watch Out For

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If you decide to make a curry from scratch, it’ll almost always be gluten-free. However, if you buy a kit or a ready-made sauce in a jar, it may contain gluten.

Ranch Dressing – Does It Contain Gluten?

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To conclude, although all dishes are almost always gluten-free, it’s always safest to check with your server – or the label if you’re in a store.

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