Foods That Have Gluten

May 22, 2013 2:22 am0 commentsViews: 403
Foods That Have Gluten

Some foods naturally contain gluten and some other foods are added to gluten during the cooking process. Various types of gluten foods have been described below:

Glutinous grains include:

  • Barley, barley malt
  • Bran
  • Bulgur
  • Farina
  • Kamut
  • Orzo
  • Semolina
  • Spelt
  • Wheat

Flours and other ingredients containing wheat are glutinous food. These include:

  • White Flour
  • Graham Flour
  • Spelt
  • Triticale
  • Durum Wheat
  • Wheat Bran
  • Kamut
  • Semolina
  • Wheat Germ

Any pasta is considered as glutinous containing:

  • Farina
  • Wheat
  • Semolina

Wheat is an essential ingredient of many processed baked foods. These gluten foods include:

  • Pasta
  • Cake
  • Cookies
  • Bread
  • Bread crumbs
  • Pastries
  • Cupcakes
  • Tortillas
  • Cereal
  • Bagels
  • Crackers
  • Muffins
  • Beer
  • Pastries
  • Oats
  • Sandwich buns
  • Couscous
  • Hotdog buns
  • Gravy
  • Dressings
  • Pizza crust
  • Sauces
  • Flour Tortillas
  • Pie crust

Meat and poultry are naturally gluten free. Nonetheless, the processing as well as cooking of the meat generally adds gluten. Such gluten cuisines include:

  • Breaded meat
  • deep-fried meats
  • Breaded chicken
  • Breaded veal meat
  • Hot dogs

Some other popular food can also contain gluten due to their cooking process, like:

  • salad dressings
  • bouillon
  • croutons
  • tortilla chips
  • imitation fish
  • rice-pasta mix
  • tabbouli
  • candy
  • soy sauce
  • potato chips
  • canned soup
  • broth in soups
  • turkey
  • canned vegetables
  • gravies
  • hot dogs
  • french fries
  • matzo
  • fried foods

Gluten can enter in the diet through the following substances.

  • Food additives
  • Medications
  • vitamins

Many restaurant menus contain gluten food, for instance,

  • Beurre Manie
    A paste, in which flour and butter is used for making sauces more thick.
  • Au Gratin /gratiner

Cooking process includes bread crumbs along with butter, grated cheese.

  • Battered
    Cooking process includes wheat flour, eggs and milk.
  • Bechamel
    A white sauce, in which wheat flour along with butter is used condensing milk.
  • Bisque
    A soft buttery soup of shellfish in which flour is used for making it more thick.
  • Cordon bleu
    Chicken as well as veal dish containing bread-crumb crust.
  • Meuniere
    Cooking ingredients include flour and butter.
  • Croquette
    Pureed vegetables covered with deep fried bread crumbs along with sautéed.
  • Crusted or Encrusted

Thickly coated applying flour/ bread crumbs intending to bind the ingredients with the food item.

  • Dusted
    Cooking process includes dry ingredient like flour.
  • Demi glace
    A thick stock prepared from vegetables, tomato, veal bones, beef, along with flour.
  • Dredged
    Cooking process includes flour or breadcrumbs.
  • Espagnole Sauce
    A rich brown sauce thickened with flour.
  • Roux
    A paste of fat along with flour applied for thickening sauces and soups.
  • Farfel
    A soup garnish prepared from noodle dough.
  • Croutons
    Cubes of bread, used in salads, made by frying, seasoning or slightly baking.
  • Fricassee
    A meat stew generally thickened using flour.
  • Gnocchi
    Cooking ingredients include flour.
  • Gravy
    A meat-juices sauce, usually thickened using flour.
  • Tempura
    Cooking ingredients include flour-based batter.
  • Marinade
    Cooking ingredients include soy sauce or processed ingredients containing gluten.
  • Milanaise
    Cooking ingredients include bread crumbs and butter.
  • Phyllo
    A special kind of pastry.
  • En groute
    Cooking process includes pastry.
  • Scallopini
    Thin sliced meat generally coated using flour.
  • Souffle
    Cooking ingredients include flour.
  • Streusel
    A crumbly mixture prepared from flour and other ingredients.
  • Fillo
    A special kind of pastry.
  • Raspings
    Kind of bread crumbs.
  • Teriyaki Sauce
    Cooking ingredients include soy sauce.

 

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