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Gluten-Free Thai Recipes: 1 Ingredient, 5 Ways

Gluten-Free Thai Cooking: 1 Ingredient, 5 Ways

Thai Kitchen logoThai food is one of today's hottest cuisines, and many of the ingredients used are naturally gluten-free.

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) has teamed up with Thai Kitchen to help you "Take on Takeout" and learn to use gluten-free Thai ingredients in your everyday cooking.

Starting June 11, 2012, we'll highlight 6 Thai Kitchen products and teach you 5 ways to use them in gluten-free recipes. Best of all, you'll have a chance to win each one! Watch NFCA's Facebook page June 11-22, 2012, for our posts about 1 Ingredient, 5 Ways. Tell us how you use that featured ingredient in your gluten-free cooking, and we'll enter you in the giveaway.

Each winner will receive:

  • The featured Thai Kitchen ingredient
  • A Thai Kitchen reusable shopping bag
  • Two Thai Kitchen coupons
  • Two Thai Kitchen refrigerator magnets

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Featured Gluten-Free Ingredients:

  • Green Curry Paste

    This gluten-free ingredient adds heat and flavor to any dish. Learn what goes into green curry paste and 5 ways to cook with it.

  • Fish Sauce

    This gluten-free ingredient can be used as an alternative to soy sauce. Learn other ways to use it here.

  • Sweet Red Chili Sauce

    This sweet and spicy sauce adds instant flavor to gluten-free food. Here are 5 quick meals you can make using this ingredient.

  • Stir-Fry Rice Noodles

    This ingredient isn't just for Pad Thai! Learn how you can use this ingredient in your everyday cooking, including 5 Thai-inspired recipes.

  • Red Curry Paste

    Learn what goes into red curry paste and how this Thai ingredient can add heat and flavor to your gluten-free food.

  • Coconut Milk

    This gluten-free, dairy-free ingredient can serve a number of roles in cooking. Get recipe ideas here.

  • Have you or your family members been diagnosed?
    Complete our celiac disease symptoms checklist today to find out if you are at risk of having celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity ('gluten sensitivity').  We can help improve your quality of life!
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