Living gluten free in the UK as a British South Asian

More needs to be done to support British South Asians who suffer from coeliac disease, say Sefinat Somorin, Humayun Muhammad and Yvonne Jeanes.

What’s new in dietetic provision for adults with coeliac disease?

Yvonne Jeanes reveals how dietetic-led services and remote appointments are helping patients manage their condition.

North African Chicken Tagine

This flavoursome dish originates from North Africa. It can be made with any meat, fish or vegetables, along with a variety of different dried fruits. Tagines traditionally take a long time to cook, but this one is a speedy version, ideal for a family meal.

Aloo Gobi

This is a classic Indian dish made with potatoes, cauliflower and a blend of spices.

Spinach, Squash and Chickpea Curry

This vegetable curry is delicious served with basmati rice. Any kind of squash can be used in this recipe – butternut squash works well. The canned chickpeas used in this recipe are pale yellow in colour but in South Asian countries red, black and brown chickpeas can be bought.

Mango and Banana Sunset Lassi

Lassi is a cooling yoghurt drink. It is usually drunk during the hot summer months but is also drunk after a meal as it is thought to aid digestion. Traditionally, rose water is a common ingredient and adds a sweet perfumed aroma.

Pear and Cocoa Rice Pudding

Add pears and cocoa powder to the humble rice pudding to create a lovely yet healthy version of the classic French dessert: poires belle hélène (pears in chocolate sauce).

Anything Goes Salad

Salad can be a delicious, colourful, crunchy combination of vegetables, fruit, nuts and seeds, cheese and even meat or fish.

Elderflower Apple Fizz

This refreshing drink adds elegance and style to any occasion.

Hearty Beef Stew

We all love a hearty stew to warm us up in the colder months. Serve with bread or roasted root vegetables. Everything is cooked in one pot, so there is less washing up!

Blueberry Smoothie

This refreshing smoothie is a light and refreshing drink to enjoy with a meal.

Chicken Rogan Josh

Rogan Josh is usually made with lamb but is just as good when made with chicken

Citrus Sticky Chicken

Nothing shouts “yum” louder than this chicken and vegetable recipe

Jerk Chicken

The Jerk style of cooking meat originated amongst the indigenous Indians of the Caribbean (Arawaks and others). ‘Jerk’ means to slowly barbecue the meat with spices.

Coronation Chicken

This is a great way of using up leftover cooked chicken or turkey.

Chicken Korma

This creamy Chicken Korma is full of flavour; the best thing about it is that you can add whatever vegetables you choose, making it a real family favourite.

Vegetarian Chilli

Bring a taste of Mexico into your life! Brighten up a grey day with this colourful, hot and spicy veggie dish. Serve with boiled rice, bread or just eat on its own.

Citrus Iced Tea

Iced tea makes a lovely, refreshing drink in the summer when it is too hot for a cup of tea!

Florida Cocktail

For a retro Christmas dinner starter, try this recipe for a Florida Cocktail.

Fantastic Fruit Compote

Originally eaten as a dessert, this recipe makes a delicious start to the day either eaten alone or as the perfect partner for porridge, pancakes or yoghurt.

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