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30 Gluten-Free Indian Recipes

Indian cuisine has a lot of gluten-free recipes and this is what makes people fall in love with Indian food. So here in this article, I collect for you a collection of 30 delicious gluten-free Indian recipes that you will abseloutly love.

1. Gluten Free Samosa Patties

These spicy samosa patties are free to produce and do not include any dairy products. A traditional Indian dish that has been reimagined and made even tastier. Who likes samosas?! Who’s ready for a samosa that’s not just plant-based but also gluten-free and healthier?

  • Prepare the peas and onion in a small saucepan with 1 tablespoon of the buttery spread and 5 minutes of cooking time over medium heat, or until the onion is tender.
  • Throw the skin-free roasted potatoes into a big basin.
  • Combine the potatoes and peas once the onions are done cooking. Be sure to keep the vegetables undrained before adding them to the potatoes.
  • To the mashed potatoes, stir in the curry powder, salt, pepper, and buttery spread (about a tablespoon’s worth). Combine everything by mashing potatoes.
    Mix the gluten-free flour and salt in a small bowl and put aside.
  • Using paper towels, line a plate.
    Over medium heat, melt the remaining tablespoon of buttery spread and the two tablespoons of canola oil in a frying pan.
  • Make little patties from the potato mixture and coat them in the gluten free flour. Set a couple patties in the pan after the oil and buttery spread is sizzling.
  • Roast for three minutes on each side, or until golden brown.
    Put them on the platter lined with paper towels to drain after they’re done cooking. Finish making the remaining patties.
  • Keep warm and serve. Gets you 8 little burgers

2. Gluten-Free Naan

Naan is a type of Indian flatbread that is typically offered in restaurants there. Even though we skipped India on our trip around the world last year, I’ve always been curious about this bread because of its striking similarities to pita bread and the fact that we didn’t visit India. You can’t go wrong with this gluten-free naan recipe, which you’ll find here. It goes great with curries, this dairy-free butter chicken, or even kabobs.

3. Gluten-Free Spicy Beef Samosas

Roast Beef with a Kick, Free of Gluten Garlic, ginger, cumin, curry powder, and cinnamon provide great flavor to the meat, green peas, and onions in samosas, which are Indian pastries.

Samosas can be made with a variety of contents, including chicken, spicy beef, and peas, as well as vegetarian options mostly made from potatoes and spices. Spicy beef with peas is a household favorite here.

4. Gluten-free Mixed Vegetable Pakora

Make a batch of these tasty and simple Gluten-Free Mixed Vegetable Pakora fritters. Add the vegetables you like most to make them your own!

  • Get a pot or deep fryer ready with at least two to three inches of vegetable oil and heat it to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • To make the batter, whisk together the flours, salt, spices, and baking powder in a large basin. To make a thick batter, add water and mix vigorously. The bean flour has to rest in the batter for about 5 minutes to soften.
  • Fold in the rest of the ingredients and stir until everything is coated with the batter.
  • Carefully drop little quantities of batter (about 1/4 cup each) into the hot oil using an ice cream scoop or two spoons.
  • To get a golden brown color, fry the patties for a few minutes on each side.
  • Cooked patties can be moved to paper towels with the use of a slotted metal spoon.
  • Warm up with some fresh cilantro-mint chutney.

5. Baingan Bharta – Roasted Eggplant Mash

It is recommended to eat Baingan Bharta with flatbread or parathas so that you can get the full flavor of the dish. The greatest results may be achieved with this Punjabi Baingan Bharta dish by using only a small amount of spices. Vegan & gluten-free.
This Punjabi baingan bharta is a meal that is quite famous in Northern India and also happens to be one of my personal favorites. It consists of smoked roasted eggplant mash that is seasoned with Indian spices.

Serve it with some hot rotis or paratha for the best experience!

6. Masala Jowar Roti

Jowar rotis are a gluten-free and healthful alternative to regular rotis. The traditional recipe for the Jowar Roti / Jolada Rotti eaten in North Karnataka has previously been posted on this site.

However, the traditional method of creating Jowar roti’s involves some nack, skill, and a little bit of time. Thinly patting a bhakri is an art form. Many individuals attempt to make jowar rotis the traditional method, but give up after a string of failures.

Some years ago, I went through the same thing. Knowing the advantages of Jowar, I was determined to incorporate it into my diet. Consequently, I’ve begun preparing jowar rotis in the same way as I prepare Akki Rotti and Ragi Rotti.

7. Instant Pot Coconut Chicken Curry

Instant Pot Coconut Chicken Curry – quick, easy, and healthy dinner in just 30 minutes! This easy Indian chicken curry dish features ginger, garlic, onions, and a variety of aromatic spices, all brought together with a dash of coconut milk for a smooth finish. Enjoy this gluten-free and dairy-free stew over aromatic basmati rice.

8. Papdi Chaat (Vegan Gluten-free)

This recipe is for you if you are on a gluten-free diet and believed you would not be able to enjoy dahi papdi chaat because of your diet. A delectable North Indian street cuisine that is more accessible for people who have food sensitivities. An authentic and delicious vegan version of an Indian chaat!

9. Instant Pot Dal Makhani

The entire family will go crazy about dal makhani, the Indian equivalent of a hearty stew. The Instant Pot makes the process simple and fast. On chilly days, when you need a pick-me-up, or when you just want something tasty, this dal curry is the way to go. Some dishes are so delicious that their popularity transcends borders and kitchen skills. One such dish that is popular all across the world is Dal Makhani.

10. Aloo Methi

This Aloo Methi is a simple stir fry cooked with potatoes and fresh fenugreek leaves. It is softly flavored and is delicious when eaten with a flatbread such as roti or paratha. Vegan.
Potatoes and fresh fenugreek leaves are cooked in a straightforward Indian stir fry dish. My family used to eat a lot of this Aloo Methi throughout the winter, and we found that it went particularly well with flatbreads like roti.

11. Creamy Vegetable Korma (Vegan + Gluten-Free)

Vegetable Korma is a healthy dish that can be prepared in a single skillet using only a handful of ingredients, including vegetables, cashews, yogurt, and spices influenced by Indian cuisine. This creamy and cozy recipe can be made vegan or with any degree of heat you choose, and it takes very little time to prepare and clean up afterward.

12. Methi Matar Malai

Fenugreek leaves, green peas, and cream are the star ingredients in the rich North Indian stew known as Methi Matar Malai (or Methi Mutter Malai). This recipe’s smooth texture, creamy flavor, and rich texture make it a hit with eaters of all ages. We guarantee that you will like this delicious curry dish.

13. Instant Pot Potato Curry with Red Lentils

Red lentil and potato curry made in an Instant Pot is simple, healthy, and soothing. This gluten-free and vegan Indian-style pressure cooker dinner is brimming with warming spices and is the perfect accompaniment to your favorite grain and/or bread!

14. Instant Pot Aloo Baingan (Potato & Eggplant Curry)

The curry dish known as Aloo Baingan Masala is a simple dish that only requires one pot to prepare. It is created with potatoes, eggplants, and fragrant spices and can be made in an instant pot or on the stovetop. A vegan and gluten-free Potato and Eggplant Curry that works wonderfully as a side dish alongside roti, naan, or parathas.

15. Spicy Bombay Potatoes

Bombay potatoes, also known as Masala Aloo, are delicious and will quickly become a household favorite if you enjoy potatoes. One-pot baby potatoes seasoned with fragrant herbs and spices work as well as a starter or a side dish. Whether you choose to use an Instant Pot or cook them on the stove, these spicy Bombay potatoes will be ready in about 20 minutes. Gluten-free and vegan.

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16. Kala Chana Chaat (Black Chickpea Salad)

Made with black chickpeas, crispy onions, tomatoes, avocado, and spices, Kala Chana Chaat is a healthy alternative to traditional salads. You may eat this protein-rich salad for breakfast or as a snack because of its light texture and bright flavor. Free of animal products and gluten.

17. Easy Gluten Free Naan Bread

The incorporation of yogurt, eggs, and either butter or ghee into the dough of this gluten-free naan bread yields a finished product that is particularly soft and supple. You may prepare the dough ahead of time, and then you just need a few minutes to cook it up in a skillet!

18. Dahi Bhalla

Discover the secret of making Dahi Bhalla that is so smooth and creamy, it just melts in your mouth. Lentil fritters are doused in spiced yogurt and topped with chutneys and spices in this gluten-free dish.

These Dahi bhallas are so irresistibly tasty that you shouldn’t wait for a holiday to eat them, and everyone, young and old, enjoys them immensely.

19. Tandoori Cauliflower (Gobi Tikka)

An excellent gluten-free and low-carb snack is Tandoori Cauliflower. This Tandoori Gobi Tikka is delicious, golden, and crispy because it is roasted in the oven or air fryer after being marinated in a spicy yogurt mixture. This quick and healthy cauliflower dish is sure to be a hit with the whole family.

20. Kuttu Ka Paratha | Vrat Ka Paratha

Recipe for kuttu ka paratha (or kuttu ki roti) with accompanying photographs. Buckwheat flour is used to create a flatbread known as kuttu ka paratha, which is eaten as is. It is cooked during the Hindu fasting festival of Navratri. During fasting days, only specific flours and substances are permitted, and buckwheat flour is one of them.

21. Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney in the south Indian style that is simple to make and has a lively blend of salty, spicy, sweet, and sour flavors. A little bit of flavorful spice goes a long way. The absence of nuts is not required for a vegan, gluten-free, soy-free dish.

22. Tandoori Aloo | Aloo Tikka

The tandoori oven is an iconic part of Indian cuisine, and its use is fascinating even if you don’t like tandoori food. I provide a recipe for Tandoori Aloo, also known as Tandoori Aloo Tikka, which is not only a delicious appetizer but also quite easy to prepare.

Although the process may not be identical to that of a traditional tandoor, the end result is the same: potatoes marinated in a blend of spices and cooked to perfection in either an oven or a skillet. There is no gluten in this delicious Tandoori Aloo.

23. Avial Recipe (Aviyal)

The meal known as avial, usually spelled aviyal, is a staple of traditional Kerala cuisine. It is also commonly served in some regions of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. You can’t have Sadya without this meal (a festive vegetarian feast served on plantain leaf).

Here’s a classic recipe for avial, a South Indian dish made with a variety of vegetables, fresh coconut, curry leaves, coconut oil, and curd (yogurt). For a filling and wholesome lunch, pair with steaming rice, sambar, pickle, and papadoms.

24. Oats Chilla Recipe

Oats Chilla is a healthy Indian breakfast meal that is also gluten-free and vegan. It includes moong dal, oats, veggies, and every sort of beneficial vitamin that you need to get your day started out well. Watching the video is very necessary.

25. Moonglet (Indian Street Food Omelette)

Moonglet is a type of vegan omelette that is popular in Indian street food. There is neither tofu nor chickpea flour in this recipe. Moonglet is free of gluten, has a high protein content, and is rather healthy.

26. Instant Gluten-Free Masala Dosa

Even if you’re an experienced dosa maker, this Instant Gluten-Free Masala Dosa is an excellent, speedy replacement for a healthy morning meal or snack when you don’t have any fermented dough on hand. Vegan, vegetarian, and safe for celiacs, peanut allergies, and soy allergy sufferers.

27. Rajgira ke Wade / Amaranth Flour Savory Dumplings (Gluten Free)

A gluten-free and tasty snack made using rajgira atta, commonly known as amaranth flour. This snack may be made for fasting or any other occasion. It is traditionally prepared by deep frying, although you may also pan grill it.

28. Gluten-Free Coconut Chicken Curry

Ideas for quick and easy meals that are gluten-free are at the top of my to-do list, and this isn’t just because you guys ask for them so often!

(even though this does help me eventually get around to publishing them on the blog, so thank you for that)

After spending all day laboriously preparing baked goods for the blog in the kitchen, the last thing I want to do is spend the evening laboriously preparing food for supper in the same kitchen!

To my great fortune, whipping up a batch of my gluten-free and vegan coconut chicken curry from scratch is a piece of cake.

29. Gluten-Free Puri

Chapati flour, which is the traditional ingredient used to make puris, is typically manufactured from wheat.

Nevertheless, gluten-free chapati flour is called for in this recipe. The final product is a delectable Indian snack that is gluten-free, light, and healthy.

30. Cauliflower and Potato Curry (Aloo Gobi)

Aloo Gobi, also known as Cauliflower and Potato Curry, is a popular vegetarian curry dish in Pakistan and North India. This dish is tried-and-true, not difficult to execute, and brimming with flavor. Attempt after attempt till success!