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If you're thinking that eating gluten-free foods might make you feel a little lighter and brighter, this is a great time to try the trend. That's because right now both late winter and early spring fruits and vegetables are available in markets throughout the country. Here are 15 delicious gluten-free recipes to try this season. (Bonus: they're also kosher for Passover.)
Just serve with raw vegetable crudités.
Passover always coincides with prime citrus season in the U.S. and Canada, so make the most of your favorite varieties in this gorgeous savory salad.
Perfect for a light meal or elegant dinner party, this tartare has layers of fish, avocado puree and a crunchy shaved raw vegetable salad dressed with citrus vinaigrette.
Turn gluten-free matzo into crispy nachos topped with cheese, guacamole and more!
Just like Bubbe used to make. Okay, maybe even better!
Rub the bird with olive oil instead of canola oil for super crispy skin.
Stuff a whole fish with thyme and slices of lemon and fennel, then cover it in salt for a flavorful and fragrant pescatarian dish.
It's a delicious vegetarian main course alternative.
Skip the kosher-for-Passover Parmesan cheese and butter if you're eating meat. Otherwise, bring 'em on!
Be bold and put an egg on your fried potatoes!
Red onion and briny capers are the perfect foil to sweet heirloom beets.
Rev up your usual quinoa with a medley of light add-ins and an easy vinaigrette.
It's ooey, gooey, holiday-ready and amazingly easy to create.
Use gluten-free matzo to make this warming dessert casserole that's also delicious for breakfast the next day.
So good that you may decide to use matzo year-round to make a gluten-free sweet treat.